Illustrator - Japan
I like "kiotangle" days + monochrome things and stationery.


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  • Dream Maker

    Year Created: 2010

    • 5604
    • 61
  • Giraffe

    Year Created: 2011

    • 4166
    • 11
  • Monsoon

    Year Created: 2011

    • 4276
    • 25
  • CatBird

    Year Created: 2012

    • 4722
    • 16
  • Kiotangl Girl [Tentative Name]

    Year Created: 2014

    • 5198
    • 20

About Me


Illustrator / Japan






  • Creator Namekion
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderFemale
  • Birthday08/16/1994
  • Blood TypeAB
  • Zodiac SignLeo
  • RegionOsaka

    Personal History

    ■ 2010
    Kodansha Aria Illustration Contest - Award of Excellence
    Manga Illustration Contest for High School Students - Award of Excellence

    ■ 2011
    Illustration “Dream Maker” published in “Pixiv Girls Collections 2011” (Core Magazine)
    Distribution of picture collection application “” (Slowtime Design)

    Forest Blog template design - 2 pieces (VisualWorks Co., Ltd.)
    Torihoudai Land - distribution of 3 standby images (Willcom Inc. and Sight Inc.)

    ■ 2012
    20th 8.15 International Peace Art Exhibition in Tokyo Dome City (Qualiart Co., Ltd.)
    Forest Blog template design - 2 pieces (VisualWorks Co., Ltd.)

    ■ 2013
    7th 100 Artists Exhibition (Ouchi Gallery)
    kotsuw & dai presents Group Exhibition “Fairy Tales (Otogibanashi)” (Art Coktail)

    spine illustration for free paper “He-art” (Ax-field Co., Ltd.)
    Forest Blog template design - 2 pieces (VisualWorks Co., Ltd.)


    What made you start drawing?

    I had too much free time during my junior high classes (I know it’s bad, though. *laughs*) so I tried making scribbles.

    A certain teacher saw those drawings, and without even scolding me, just asked, “Are you entering it in a contest?” and told me various things about illustration-related jobs.

    Although at that time I was absorbed in my club activities (soft tennis),
    that faint objective when I realized that such jobs exist was my motive. *laughs*

    What are your fixations?

    That there are no flaws that stand out even when looked at closely.

    Also, concept is very important, too, but I value the enjoyment of drawing more than anything.

    How long does it take to draw your work?

    In A4, it doesn’t even take a day when I’m in the mood *laughs*.

    Lately, I’ve started live broadcasts on Niconico Douga, and when I draw live, sometimes I get lost in talking and my pen stops moving, but even in such cases it translates to around three days, maybe?

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    At unexpected moments. I think most people are the same.

    When I’m sitting on the toilet giving it my all (laughs), when I’m washing my hair during a bath, or when I hear a song I like and start humming it… And when I'm drawing pictures.

    Ideas pop out in all kinds of situations, but I try not to take notes.

    Because if I really want to draw something, I won’t forget it. (reasoning with herself)