Momoyo Nishimura
is a Japanese graphic designer. She graduated from the department of design at Joshibi University of Art and Design, an established university in Tokyo with over one hundred years of history. Whilst she was a student,she spent a year in Mexico as an exchange student and studied interior design.
After returning to Japan, she was given the opportunity to design Japanese teaching materials for The Japan Foundation.
Since, she has created corporate identities of various enterprises and has designed more than 100 Japanese culture books during her career of 35 years.

From 2005 to 2010, , she opened her own culture studio near the Imperial Palace called "Nihon-no-Kaze (Japanese Breeze)" to promote the understanding of Japanese culture. Here, various easy-to-understand culture classes are being held for international people wanting to learn more about Japan.
Her lectures on Japanese culture and the Edo Period have been held in Japanese schools, municipalitiesand enterprises as well.

In 2009, she create new Japanese culture "
Fudegraphy"for them and many artists. Fude means a brash.
Fudegraphy is a new type of word art.
That is to write western-style characters
with eastern-style pen.

Then she promote "Fudegraphy" overseas. England in 2011, USA in 2012, Australia and New Zealand in 2013.

Moved to Kyoto from 2015, and now reached the point of producing electronic books of Japanese culture in English.