Illustrator - Japan
I'm a painter who loves watercolors, kimonos, and girls.


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About Me


Illustrator / Japan

Born and living in Tokyo. After my debut with the illustrations of the “Ayakashi no Kagami” series that started in 2008, I’ve been doing illustrations and cover designs for novels, children’s books, and magazines. I periodically participate in Comitia and Design Festa, and also postcard and group exhibitions.

I am dedicated to the soft colors of transparent watercolors, and I mostly paint girls in Japanese clothes.


  • Creator NameYufushi
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapan
  • GenderFemale
  • Birthday8/5
  • Blood TypeA
  • HoroscopeLeo
  • Years Active7
  • RegionTokyo, Japan


    ◆Illustrations (titles omitted) AoiTori Bunko “Ayakashi no Kagami” series, written by Miki Kagaya Tokuma Novels Edge “Rakuen made”, written by Mika Harima MF Bunko DaVinci “Shinryaku Suru Shoujo to Uso no Niwa”, written by Mariko Shimizu Iwasaki Shoten “Hyakunen no Chou”, written by Tomomi Mitsuki Kodansha BOX “Yaminaga-hime”, written by Yuji Hayami Shueisha Cobalt Bunko “Usotsuki na Lady”, written by Kouko Shirakawa ◆Book Covers (titles omitted) Bungeisha “Gyaru-kei Bengoshi Serizawa Airi to Houdou Higai no Shoujo”, written by Hiromasa Tanaka Tokuma Shoten “Rakuen Made”, written by Mika Harima Bungeisha “Yutori Naku”, written by Yuuki Takano Shueisha Bunko “Gakkou no Kaidan”, written by Hiroaki Okazaki Tokyo Sogensha “Dea Lapis”, written by Asami Koseki Media Works Bunko “Owaru Sekai no Album”, written by Hikaru Sugii Kobunsha Jidai Shousetsu Bunko “Nin-nin-nin Fuu” series, written by Yuta Takahashi Poplar Bunko Pureful “Ima wa Mukashi”, written by Kana Azumi ◆Magazines Asuka Shinsha “Small S” “Quarterly S”: illustration story, making, and dialogs Asuka Shinsha “Shoujo Sekai”: manga published in No.1 and No.5 Shueisha “Cobalt”: supervisor of readers’ contribution page in every number, novel illustrations Shueisha “Aoharu”: manga published in issues “sweet” and “bitter” other: illustrations for novel and children magazines In addition, I was responsible for the performance posters of the Merry-Go-Round troupe between 2011 and 2013.


    How did you get into drawing?

    I got into oekaki BBS pictures for coloring, and the friends I made in that period recommended watercolors to me, and so I started using transparent watercolors. When I heard that Asuka Shinsha was launching “Small S”, I submitted some illustrations. They were published in the first issue, and I started to receive illustration and manga requests from them. I started participating in S-camps, going to Comitia with friends and participating in postcard exhibitions, which increased my opportunities for painting.

    What are your fixations?

    The girls in my pictures being cute, the coloring being soft yet vibrant, and the embedment of the characters' feelings.

    How long does your work take to create?

    Between a day and a week. A colored picture usually takes about two days.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    When I go for walks or trips and see sceneries, flowers, or accessories, and when I doze off taking a bath.