WIN ‘Museum: A Magical Colouring Adventure’!


Here’s your chance to win one of two copies of Museum: A Magical Colouring Adventure, the long-awaited colouring book from cult Japanese illustrator Yuko Higuchi!

Museum is more than your standard colouring book – it’s distinctly bizarre in the way only a Japanese colouring book could be. The book follows the story of a brother and sister on their magical and surreal trip through Yuko Higuchi’s museum, where they are transformed into the creatures they encounter – from mushrooms to reptiles to owls.

You can let your imagination run wild by adding colour to the illustrations, or simply just enjoy flipping through it. Of course, colouring books are known to improve mindfulness and reduce stress, so I always recommend colouring.

Yuko Higuchi is a professional painter who lives in Tokyo. She graduated from the Department of Oil Painting, Tama Art University, receiving the Fukuzawa Ichiro Award for her work, ‘Murasaki’. She has collaborated with various companies including Uniqlo Co, Ltd. and Holbein Art Materials Inc.

Here’s how to enter (UK only)…

  1. Show Laurence King Publishing some love – like on Facebook or follow on Twitter
  2. Double your chances of winning by doing the same for Sophie’s Japan Blog – Facebook or Twitter
  3. Comment below and say whether you’re entering once or twice

Entries close on Friday 21st April at 8pm. Good luck!

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5 thoughts on “WIN ‘Museum: A Magical Colouring Adventure’!

  1. I am a follower of Lawrence King on twitter – @mellysocks and I am following your blog on facebook – melanie jane stirling.Thank you.

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