Hiroo Isono: Enchanted Forests Boxed Notecards


This boxed set of notecards features four stunning images by Hiroo Isono, showcasing the diverse and exquisite seasons of Yakushima, a beautiful and verdant island that boasts Japan's oldest living trees.

These sensational forests also served as inspiration for the setting of Hayao Miyazaki’s iconic film Princess Mononoke. Through light, colour, and texture, Isono brings to life the landscape where locals say it rains '35 days a month'.

Contains five each of the following images: Spring Is Full Bloom, 1998 Autumn Leaves and Waterfall, 1995 Wisteria Purple Forest, 1999 Yakushima Islands, Japan, 2002

  • 20 blank notecards (5 each of 4 designs) with envelopes in a decorative box
  • Printed in full colour on recycled paper with soy based inks
  • High-quality 250 gsm card stock
  • Soft white envelopes

Hiroo Isono captures the tangible enchantment of his homeland’s forests. Known for his ground-breaking art direction of videogames in the 1990s, he remains one of Japan’s most treasured artists.

Materials: Recycled paper with soy based inks

Dimensions: Card size: 13 x 18cm