Fuyuko Matsui (born January 20, 1974) is a female Japanese artist, specializing in Nihonga paintings with a grotesque or supernatural element. Her art has been widely exhibited in Japan and she has been featured on TV and magazines.
“Japanese culture has become too clean. Our five senses are too blunt,” says artist Fuyuko Matsui in a interview at the Yokohama Museum of Art. “I think Japan needs some fear to stimulate the sense of pain.”