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Yearly Archives: 2009

My Quick Review of Asukabook (Updated)

UPDATE, JULY 15, 2014: It’s been almost 5 years since originally writing this article, and I no longer recommend Asukabook based on price/value. There are now many more compelling options, all much more competitively priced. Although Asukabook still does produce excellent quality books, their pricing is not in-line with today’s market. This is especially true…


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  • Eunice BrownleeOctober 23, 2009 - 1:59 pm

    Thanks so much for this review! I would have to agree with every point you make.

    I have been using Asuka for a couple of years as well. My client that orders one every year loves that it’s unique, but also a top-quality book.

    I too, love their customer service. I’ll never forget when I ordered my first book, getting a phone call to let me know that I had missed a guideline on one page and the full-bleed effect I was looking for wasn’t going to happen. I appreciated that they had paid such close attention to those details and cared enough to let me correct it. Many companies would have let it go to print, then tell me it was my fault it didn’t come out right, then let me pay for another one.

  • jessamyJuly 2, 2010 - 2:08 am

    Thanks for the indepth review.

    I’m “hunting to death” for an online printer to print portfolio – ie cmyk based work.

    Am also considering Asuka as Blurb didn’t do a good enough job. The fact that your review was made a few months ago made me feel a little more confident they’ll do a good job.

    Thanks again.

  • JamesDecember 17, 2010 - 6:05 am

    Wow. Talk about a comprehensive review. Thanks so much. I’ve been reading round for quite some time re. which company to use for my business and after reading your review I’m sold. I am gonna call Asuka now and register and will drop in a good word for you. You should be on commission

  • William PorterAugust 17, 2013 - 4:24 pm

    THANK YOU so much for the excellent and thorough discussion of Asukabooks. I see that it’s a couple of years old but I’m just now (in 2013) looking into Asukabooks and still find your info helpful. Your idea of what you want to give your clients is exactly mine: the quarter-inch-thick page old-style albums aren’t what my brides seem to want. Thanks.

  • Gillian HershJune 16, 2014 - 8:49 pm

    Very helpful. Thank you!

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