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Keiko Fukuyama

Keiko Fukuyama (Japanese: ふくやまけいこ), born September 7, 1961, Tokyo, is a freelance artist who has provided illustrations for numerous manga publications and light novels, many of which she has authored, as well as delving into animation. Her debut work, Fukuyama Jikkuvukku, was self-published in 1981. Fukuyama's style involves the use of traditional mediums, including felt pens and pencils to create vibrant, colorful images. She has written and illustrated a handful of Pokémon-related books, and also provided a number of illustrations for the Pokémon Trading Card Game in 1999 and 2002, most notably Pokémon featured in the Rainbow Island aspect of the Southern Islands Collection. For a list of cards illustrated by Keiko Fukuyama, go here.

Works

Manga and light novels

Title Date Publisher
Fukuyama Jikkuvukku 1981-07-15
Ellis & Amelia: Jelly Beans (Animage Comics, originally serialized in Monthly Comic Ryū
between March 1982 and November 1983)
1984-01-10 Tokuma Shoten
What happened to Joan 1984-09-20 Pulp Co., Ltd.
Rainbow Whale and Apple Pie (Illustrator) 1985-05 Shueisha
Ghost Mom: SOS! (Illustrator) 1986-03 KAISEI-SHA
Lime RHYME 1986-07-02 Tokuma Shoten
Lucky Bag 1986-10-27 Fusion Product COMIC BOX
Flickering☆ Mimi-chan 1987-02-28 Asahi Sonorama
Kyoshinhei o Taose! (Illustrator) 1987-07 Tokuma Shoten
Ghost Mom: One-shot Crisis! (Illustrator) 1987-12 KAISEI-SHA
Saigo-san's Happiness (Originally serialized in Wings between May 1987 and June 1990) 1988-03-15 Shinshokan
A Bright Red Door (Illustrator) 1989-04 Kodansha
Tokyo Story Vol. 1 (Animage Comics, originally serialized in Animage between November
1987 and January 1992)
1989-05-01 Tokuma Shoten
Tokyo Story Vol. 2 (Animage Comics) 1989-06-30 Tokuma Shoten
Lilac Story (Originally serialized in Smiling Comic between July 1986 and February 1987) 1989-07-10 Fusion Product POE BACKS
Saigo-san's Happiness Vol. 1 1989-12-10 Shinshokan
Ghost Mom: Psychic Game (Illustrator) 1989-12 KAISEI-SHA
Tokyo Story Vol. 3 (Animage Comics) 1990-04-30 Tokuma Shoten
Heno Heno 1990-04-30 Tokuma Shoten
Saigo-san's Happiness Vol. 2 1990-09-10 Shinshokan
Tokyo Story Vol. 4 (Animage Comics) 1991-01-20 Tokuma Shoten
Tokyo Story Vol. 5 (Animage Comics) 1992-02-20 Tokuma Shoten
Tokyo Story Vol. 6 (Animage Comics) 1992-03-20 Tokuma Shoten
Tokyo Story Vol. 7 (Animage Comics) 1992-04-20 Tokuma Shoten
Ghost Mom: The Secret of 2100 (Illustrator) 1992-08 KAISEI-SHA
Dad's Christmas 1992-12 Daitosha
Apfel Land Story (Illustrator, originally serialized in Animage between February and
November 1992)
1993-02-20 Tokuma Shoten
Rainbow of Rainy Street 1993-03 KAISEI-SHA
Jelly Beans (Animage Comics Special) 1993-12 Tokuma Shoten
Mr. Tap's Detective Room (Originally serialized in Monthly Comic Ryū between May 1984
and March 1985)
1993-12 Tokuma Shoten
Star Island's Lulu-chan Vol. 1 1994-05-06 Kodansha
Yūki-kun's Neighbors 1994-07-25 Asahi Sonorama
Ghost Mom: Idol of the Devil (Illustrator) 1994-08 KAISEI-SHA
Star Island's Lulu-chan Vol. 2 1994-11-02 Kodansha
Beautiful Eyes 1994-11 Daitosha
Sakura (Serialized in Monthly Shōnen Captain between September and November 1995) 1995-09 Tokuma Shoten
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 1 (Originally serialized in Nakayoshi between
November 1994 and March 1998)
1995-11 Kodansha
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 2 1996-09 Kodansha
Ghost Mom: Time, Return! (Illustrator) 1996-09 KAISEI-SHA
Tokyo Story Vol. 1 (Daitosha) 1997-01 Daitosha
Tokyo Story Vol. 2 (Daitosha) 1997-01 Daitosha
Tokyo Story Vol. 3 (Daitosha) 1997-02 Daitosha
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 3 1997-08 Kodansha
Secret of the Fairy 1997-09 Daitosha
Saigo-san's Happiness Vol. 1 (Daitosha) 1998-02 Daitosha
Saigo-san's Happiness Vol. 2 (Daitosha) 1998-02 Daitosha
Fukuyama Animal Encyclopedia 1998-05 Magazine•Magazine
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 4 1998-05 Kodansha
Kamikirimushi (Originally serialized in Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh between February
and October 1996)
1999-03 ASCII Media Works
Pokémon Picture Diary: Let's Go With Pikachu! 1999-07 Shogakukan
Pokémon Picture Diary: Pokémon Island Friends 2000-07 Shogakukan
Nano Torino Vol. 1 (Originally serialized in Comic Gum) 2003-09-23 Wani Books
Nano Torino Vol. 2 2004-05-22 Wani Books
The Song of the Night by the Window (Illustrator) 2004-11-16 Kodansha
Tokyo Story Vol. 1 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2004-12 Hayakawa Shobo
Tokyo Story Vol. 2 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2004-12 Hayakawa Shobo
Tokyo Story Vol. 3 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-01 Hayakawa Shobo
Saigo-san's Happiness (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-01 Hayakawa Shobo
White Labyrinth (Illustrator) 2005-01-14 Kodansha
Nano Torino Vol. 3 2005-02 Wani Books
Star Island's Lulu-chan Vol. 1 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-03-09 Hayakawa Shobo
Star Island's Lulu-chan Vol. 2 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-04-08 Hayakawa Shobo
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 1 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-06-09 Hayakawa Shobo
Pikachu•Meowth's Great Adventure (Originally serialized in Elementary School First Grade
between April 2004 and March 2005)
2005-07 Shogakukan
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 2 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-07 Hayakawa Shobo
Nenneko Princess of the Illusory Valley Vol. 3 (Hayakawa Comic Library) 2005-08-09 Hayakawa Shobo
Magic of Spring (Illustrator) 2006-03-15 Kodansha
Hinagiku Junshin Jogakuen (Serialized in Monthly Comic Ryū between November 2006 and
August 2010)
2006-11 Tokuma Shoten
Magic of Summer (Upper) (Illustrator) 2007-03-23 Kodansha
Magic of Summer (Lower) (Illustrator) 2007-03-23 Kodansha
Hinagiku Junshin Jogakuen Vol. 1 2008-02-20 Tokuma Shoten
Berry Picking Pokémon (Illustrator, numbers picture book) 2009-01 Shogakukan
Hinagiku Junshin Jogakuen Vol. 2 2009-05-20 Tokuma Shoten
Hanashi no Hanashi (Originally serialized in Comic Rush) 2009-11-07 Jive
Collected Works of Keiko Fukuyama 2010-04-07 Jive
Otenki Koharu-chan (Serialized in Manga Time Special between April 2010 and November 2012) 2010-04 Houbunsha
Hinagiku Junshin Jogakuen Vol. 3 2010-07-13 Tokuma Shoten
Keiko Fukuyama Portfolio: Orihime 2010-10-17 Jive
Keiko Fukuyama Portfolio: Altair 2011-03-07 Jive
Merumo-chan Vol. 1 (Originally serialized in Monthly Comic Ryū in November 2009, between
October 2010 and August 2011, and on the official website from 2012)
2011-03-12 Tokuma Shoten
If You Meet in a Vegetable Garden (Illustrator) 2012-01-01 Genette
Merumo-chan Vol. 2 2012-08-03 Tokuma Shoten
Green Haired Ami 2014-05-15 Takeshobo
Milky Way: Keiko Fukuyama's Delivery 2014-06-21 Reissue.com


Animation

Title Release date Position
Fukuyama Gekijō - Natsu no Himitsu 1990-09-27 Original Creator
Apfel Land Story 1992-12-12 Character Design


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