Yokai Wonderland - More from YUMOTO Koichi Collection: Supernatural Beings in Japanese Art -
A newly revealed collection of Japanese art featuring yokai, the monsters of Japanese folklore
This is the second series from the ”Yokai Museum”” and showcases a new collection of works, including never-before-seen works. All of the works featured in this book are from the personal collection of Koichi Yumoto.
This book will certainly appeal to Japanese art lovers, fans of yokai and also to those who are new to these fascinating supernatural creatures. It is also a valuable reference and source of inspiration for designers and illustrators.
- Pages：240 pages (Full color)
- Publisher：PIE International
- Language：J/E Bilingual
- Author：Koichi Yumoto
- English Translation: Sharni Wilson
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About the YUMOTO Koichi Collection
This is the largest personal collection of Yokai art in Japan. Around 4,000 works which range from the Edo period to the present day. These include painting, woodbock prints, scrolls, ceramics, kimonos, wooden sculptures, magazines, children’s toys, board games, and more. In April 2019, the collection was housed in the new Yokai Museum called Miyoshi Mononoke Museum located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
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