Rozalia Rémy started to collect Japanese prints when she was 18 years old. Then she settled in Marché Dauphine, decided to share her interest for this far away art combining drawing, engraving and colors layering. Now, once a year, she travels to the Land of the Rising Sun in search of original works. Her “coups de Coeur” reflect the stylistic diversity and the iconographic evolution from the 18th century to this day. Japanese prints, initially an equivalent to commercial billboards, has evolved towards representations close to mangas and to cartoon-like landscapes.