Illustrator - Japan
I am a freelance illustrator working in Japan. I focus on magical fantasy illustrations. I work primarily on card illustrations for social games.



  • Meteor

    A girl leaving for a journey from a town of shooting stars.

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  • Morning and Night

    Twin angels who watch over the passing of time.
    They were based on morning and night.

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  • After the Rain

    A town after the rain and a dragon girl.

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About Me


Illustrator / Japan

I am a novice illustrator. I’ve been a fan of fantasy manga and games for a long time, so I began to draw fantasy illustrations. While in high school, I began doing freelance work producing card illustrations for social games, which I continue to do now in 2014.

  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderFemale
  • Birthday5/18/1994
  • Blood TypeO
  • Zodiac SignTaurus
  • Years Active3
  • LocationKanto, Japan


    D.D.U Inc. - Illustrations, character designs
    DeNA Co. Ltd. - Illustrations for “Emblem of the Gods”
    Bandai Namco Games Inc. - Illustrations for “Guilty Dragon: The Sin Dragon and the Eight Curses”
    IGNIS Ltd. - Coloring for illustrations for “Shinki Kakusei Melty Maiden”
    In addition, 4 illustrations that I have not been permitted to post.

    14 illustrations that I have not been permitted to post.


    What triggered your creative start?

    I am a fan of manga, anime and games, which got me interested in illustration. I was also influenced by my father who worked for a game company, and drawing game illustrations was a dream of mine from when I was young.

    What do you adhere to in your work?

    Drawing magical, sparkling fantasy. I also like to incorporate gaps in my illustrations, so, for example, recently I have aimed to create illustrations that include both light and dark, such as a sky that is both beautiful and desolate. I also try to incorporate themes that I like into character design, so I put a lot of energy into that.

    About how long does it take to produce an illustration?

    It differs depending on the background and decorative elements, but it usually takes about 10 hours.

    When do you come up with the ideas for your work?

    For the most part, I usually make a note of themes that I think are good while I’m going about my day. I also use stories that come up in my dreams.