Cloud and rain gocco print with purple drops on 5.5 x 7″ 285gsm Fabriano Rosaspina paper. Limited edition of 44. Print Gocco is a Japanese color screenprinting system developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama. Resembling a toy, the compact and self-contained printer is clean, quick and easy to use. At one time, nearly 1/3 of all Japanese households owned a Gocco. In December 2005, Gocco’s parent company, Riso Kagaku Corporation, announced it would end production of the Gocco system due to low sales in Japan. Now, the remaining supplies are held in high demand on such sites as ebay, going for 5-9 times the original price.