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RIKA MUSEUM sells many cute illustrations of fairy tales (the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, Aesop, Beauty and the Beast, Alice in wonderland, Russian folk tales, etc.) through digital distribution.
The 210 illustrations of Fairy tale are divided into 4 pages (the following ①〜④).
Written by Hans Christian Andersen 105〜113
The little match girl
It was New Year’s Eve and so terribly cold. Snow was falling, and it almost dark. People all around were merrymaking and celebrating.
In the cold and the darkness, there walked along the street a poor little girl, wearing torn and ragged clothes, bareheaded and with no shoes on.
She used to make a living by selling matches ill the street. . .
Long ago, there lived a kind woman who were lonely after her husband had died. She longed for a baby and would often say, “How I would love to have a baby girl, even a tiny little one.”
One day, a good witch heard her wish and gave her a little seed to plant in a flowerpot.
When the seed bloomed into a lovely tulip, the woman saw a tiny, beautiful girl inside, no bigger than her thumb.
The woman instantly fell in love with her and called her Thumbelina.
She was so small that she had a walnut shell for a bed and used a rose petal as a blanket. . .
The Little Mermaid
There once lived a Sea King and his six mermaid daughters in the coral palace at the bottom of the sea.
The youngest mermaid was the loveliest among them and had a beautiful voice.
One night, while she was swimming up on the surface of the water and watching ships go by, she saw a young man falling off his ship.
She immediately save him from drowning. She brought him to the shore and rested him gently against the rock.
She fell in love with this young man. . .
The princess and the pea
Many years ago, there was a prince who wanted to marry true princess of good upbringing.
One night, there was a dreadful storm. There was a knocking heard at the palace gate, The queen open it.
There stood a princess who was wet and shivering.
She said, “I am a princess but I got caught in this storm. Please may I stay here tonight?”. . .
The Ugly Duckling
Once upon a time, there lived a duck.
On a beautiful Summer day, she laid some eggs.
After warming them carefully, the duck waited for the eggs to hatch.
As she watched, the eggs began to crack and lovely ducklings started appearing through the shells one after another.
But one of the ducklings was different. . .
The Emperor’s New Clothe
Once upon a time, there was a emperor who loves fashionable clothe.
He kept changing his clothes so that people could admire him.
One day, Two tailors came to the castle saying that they makes clothes that are like no others. . .
Aesop Fables 114〜118
The North Wind and The Sun
The sun and the north wind had an argument as to who was the greatest power in the world.
They kept arguing with each other and couldn’t make a decision.
Together they agreed they would settle it with a test.
Below them, a traveller was passing by . . .
The Golden Axe
Long ago, there lived a honest woodcutter in a small village.
One day, while cutting a tree near a river, his axe slipped out of his hand and fell into the river.
“Oh, my axe!” the poor woodcutter did not know what to do and he started crying.
Just then, Hermes appeared before him and said ; “Why are you so sad?”
The woodcutter told him that he had lost his only axe. . .
The dog and its reflection
A dog carrying a piece of meat in the mouth over a bridge looked down into the water and saw its own reflection. . .
Once upon a time, there was a craftsman called Gepetto who made his living by making puppets.
One evening, he was carving a puppet out of wood in his workshop.
When he was finished, the puppet almost looked real. Gepetto named the puppet, Pinocchio. . .
The Happy Prince 121〜122
Oscar Wilde （1854〜1900）
Once, high above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of a prince, which was gilded with gold.
For eyes he had two bright sapphires and a red ruby glowed on his sword hilt.
One day, a swallow came to rest on the feet of the statue. . .
Jack and the Beanstalk 123〜129
Once upon a time, there lived a poor widow and her son Jack.
One day, Jack’s mother told him to sell their only cow. On the way to the market, Jack encountered a man who wanted to buy his cow.
Jack asked, “What will you give me in return for my cow?”
The man answered, “I will give you five magic beans!”
Without hesitation, Jack took the beans and gave the man the cow. . .
Beauty and the Beast 130〜132
Long ago, there lived a merchant and his three daughters.
One day, the merchant was due to go abroad and he asked his daughters what they wanted on his return.
The elder sisters demanded expensive things, but the third daughter, whose name was Beauty, said, “Father, I only need a rose plucked by your hand.”
On his way back, the merchant got lost in the woods and reached a huge castle. . .
Russian folk stories 133〜134
The Giant Turnip
Once upon a time, there was an old man.
One day, he planted seed of turnip in a patch of healthy brown soil.
He cared for the seeds and watered them well everyday.
The turnip seeds began to swell. . .
The Golden Fish
Long long time ago, there lived a poor fisherman and his nagging wife.
One day, the fisherman went to the sea and caught a golden fish.
The fish pleaded, “Oh, please let me go! I am the king of the sea! I will grant you any wish!”
The fisherman was surprised to see the golden fish, and threw him back into the sea.
He went home and told this to his wife and she became angry. . .
Alice in Wonderland 135〜156
One day, Alice was sitting in the shade of a tree with her sister.
Suddenly, a white rabbit passed by, checking his watch and lamenting that he was going to be late. . .
About the price, payment method and the spec of 210 fairy tale illustrations
- Price：1,900 JPY (set of 200)
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- Total file size : 760MB
- Background : transparent
- Color profile : sRGB
- Resolution : 300ppi
- Basic canvas size : 15cm x 15cm (a little different by illustrations)
- All of the illustrations are added rough paper texture.
- The download files have no watermark.
- Please decompress the downloaded file before using it.
Daily life illustrations 300 (nature, weather, sea, flower, tree, house, furniture, travel, art, shopping, etc.)
Brunch and sweets illustrations 210 (bread, sandwiches, bagel, quiche, bacon, eggs, cheese, cake, tart, doughnuts, ice cream, etc.)
Amusement park illustrations 200 (ride attractions, circus, movie, magic, tickets, delicious-looking fast food, sweets, etc.)
German culture illustrations 200 (beer, sausage, local dishes, wine, Oktoberfest, sweets, Neuschwanstein castle, famous historical buildings, great people related to Germany, etc.)
Japanese culture illustrations 200 (New Year season, lucky charm, annual events, shinto shrine, ninja, sumo, traditional art, etc.)
Japanese food illustrations 200 (sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, soba, udon, ramen, matcha sweets, etc.)
Crime suspense illustrations 200 (crime scene, criminal, police, detective, law court, prison, etc.)
Halloween illustrations 200 (the Moon, jack-o’-lantern, ghost, haunted mansion, old tree, skull, crow, the Grim Reaper, Halloween sweets, etc.)
Christmas illustrations 200 (Santa Claus, reindeer, Christmas tree, sled, Christmas gifts, snowman, roast turkey, Christmas cake, etc.)
My travel memoir of Southern Germany with many beautiful photos.
You can read it on this website.
Traveling in Southern Germany (written in Japanese)