Immerse yourself in the yokai images and their mesmerizing detail showcased over more than 500 pages in this epic collection!
About the Yumoto Koichi Collection
With over 5,000 works, the Yumoto Koichi Collection is the largest yokai collection in Japan. Spanning from the early modern period to the present day, the collection includes a wide range of artistic genres from paintings and hand-painted scrolls to nishiki-e woodblock prints and handicrafts such as kimono, metalworks, folk art, and toys. The donated collection is housed at the Yumoto Koichi Memorial Japan Yokai Museum (Miyoshi Mononoke Museum) in Miyoshi City, Hiroshima Prefecture, and part of the collection tours the world as part of exhibitions overseas.
- Size：12.0 × 8.3' / 304 × 210 mm
- Pages：512 pp. (Full Color)
- Publisher：PIE International
- Author：Koichi Yumoto
- English Translation: Sharni Wilson
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Born in 1950, Koichi Yumoto is a collector and researcher of yokai art and former curator of the Kawasaki City Museum. Yumoto’s bilingual books on yokai monsters, Yokai Museum: The Art of Japanese Supernatural Beings from the Yumoto Koichi Collection, Yokai Wonderland- More from the Yumoto Koichi Collection: Supernatural Beings in Japanese Art and Yokai Storyland: Illustrated Books from the Yumoto Koichi Collection (all from PIE International) are available worldwide.