This book introduces one century of the history of the Japanese gardeners, via 210 of the beautiful senryu poems that they wrote. Sunny Seki, a.k.a. Sankyaku Seki, teaches senryu in Los Angeles.
Written in Japanese, this is a compilation of the history of Japanese people in the United States, via 710 of the beautiful senryu poems that they wrote.
Angeline is a limited, commemorative printing of Sunny Seki's very early work. He wrote this story in the spirit of the attacks on September 11, 2001.
The Kappa - an ancient yokai from Japanese mythology - lives in the water and eats cucumbers. Join the kappa and Norihei, as they discover each other and save each other's lives.
This beautiful story shares the possible origin of the kokeshi doll, one of the oldest forms of Japanese folklore. It features Kana-chan, a brave girl from the earthquake-prone land of Northern Japan.
This award-winning folktale explains the possible origin of this famous cat. Available in 9 bilingual languages.
Yuko-chan and the Daruma Doll, a gorgeous multicultural children's book by author/illustrator Sunny Seki, takes readers on a journey into ancient Japan and the story behind the famous Daruma doll.
These shirts proudly feature Sunny's illustration of all four of his characters: Lucky Cat, Daruma, Kappa, and Kokeshi!
These 3.75" paper mache Daruma dolls are handcrafted in Takasaki, Japan, the birthplace of the Daruma doll.