Illustrator - Japan
I work at a Japanese game company as a graphic artist and I draw illustrations. I hope you enjoy my work.



  • Nap

    They became tired while studying because they don’t like studying.

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  • Hurry!

    Hurry, hurry! Before summer comes to an end!

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  • Bus Stop

    It’s such a cold winter, but it’s warm if we keep close!

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About Me


Illustrator / Japan

I have liked art and games since I was young, and I passed my school days drawing and playing games.

Since as long as I can remember, I wanted to work at a company related to art or games, and I set my sights on getting into the gaming business after thinking “If I can work at a game company, I can make both dreams come true!”

After that, it was difficult due to the lack of jobs available, but my dream somehow came true and I began working at a game company. I spend my days working as a video game graphic artist while also posting illustrations online in my spare time.

Since Tokyo Otaku Mode reached out to me, I feel like my horizons as an artist have rapidly expanded through posting work aimed at overseas viewers, collaboration works, etc., etc.

From here on as well, I want to broaden my activities so that even more people will know of my work. I look forward to your support.


  • Creator NameAnyas
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale


    How did you get into drawing?

    I think it was when I scrawled a picture of Kamen Rider when I was 3 or 4 and my parents praised me for it.

    What are you particular about in your work?

    I always focus on the aspect of “making girls cute!” but it’s difficult. I’m always jealous of artists who draw extremely cute girls.

    How long does your work take to create?

    I draw over about 1-2 weeks. I would like to steadily draw something complex over about a month, but I end up losing interest.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    When I ride my bike and take pictures of scenery. Or perhaps I should say I take pictures in search of material for my work.