I have a book detailing different color pallets of traditional Japanese colors, and I want to use one of these color pallets in designing a website. The issue is, the book lists all the colors in CMYK, and is, of course, printed. When I enter the CMYK values and convert to hex colors, some of them stay largely the same, and others appear way too bright on screen. I know the color spaces are different, and about the differences between additive and subtractive coloring, but I'd really like to use the colors as they are printed in the book!
I was reading about printing, and matching printed colors to colors on screen, but I have the reverse problem. Is there any way that I can simulate printed CMYK colors on my screen? Ideally I'd like some way that doesn't require manually adjusting each color, as there are quite a lot of them.
Sorry if this is a hopelessly naive question, still very much a beginner.