Generally, art works attempt to depict “something” within a frame which is relevant to the “reality” or “conception” in the outer world of a frame. In Yoshida’s case, her interest lies in Japanese old customs mirroring our ancestors’ attitudes towards the problems; how to cope with life and death. Her arts are produced out of journalistic coverage. On one hand, her expression is light and nimble with kitsch appearance. On the other, they look bizarre with a feeling of some sort of dark sexual ferociousness. Yoshida world to depict the universal folkloric theme with a brilliant trendy look will develop as days go on.