Noda Yoshiko "Yocci"

Yoshiko Noda, aka Yocci, was born in Osaka, Japan, in 1980. She graduated in painting from the University of Fine Arts in Osaka and the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, and lives and works in Italy.
She has collaborated with Corraini Edizioni for many years, publishing several books and a collection of table mats, in which she describes some of the most important recipes from the Italian and Japanese culinary traditions.
Among her books are "Il Re della torta di carote" (The King of the Carrot Cake), a cycle of three books dedicated to young readers, which chronicles the imaginative adventures of the King and the characters who populate his kingdom.
She also illustrated "Scuola elementare di scrittura emiliana per non frequanti con esercizi svolti" by the writer and translator Paolo Nori.
Between 2006 and 2010 she wrote a column in the weekly magazine Internazionale in which she described her experiences, adventures, inconsistencies and discoveries about life in Italy.
In November 2018, together with the artist Lucia Pescador, she took part in a two-person exhibition at the Corraini Gallery entitled "Lunga vita al lupo" in which she displayed some "modified fairy tales" from both European and Japanese traditions, illustrated and reinvented to be narrated with the ancient Japanese method of kamishibai, a form of "paper theatre".

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