Meet the Author


Brigitte Koyoma-Richard

Brigitte Koyama-Richard is a specialist in Japanese culture and especially prints. She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the Sorbonne, and a degree in Contemporary Japanese Literature from Waseda University in Tokyo. She is a professor at Tokyo's Musashi University where she teaches comparative literature and art history. She has published several books on Japan including "Japon rêvé, Edmond de Goncourt, et Hayashi Tadamasa" (Hermann, 2001), "La magie des estampes japonaises" (Hermann, 2003), "Komodo-e, L'estampe japonaise et l'univers des enfants "(Hermann, 2004), "Mille Ans de Manga"(Flammarion, 2007),"L'Animation japonaise du rouleau peint aux Pokémon"(Flammarion, 2010).

Works by the Author

Japanese Connections: The Birth of Modern Decor

Co-edition with the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Musée d'Orsay