Keith is inspired equally by The Lord of the Rings and Toho's Godzilla movies. Kojiki is his first novel. He is Director of the US Department of Commerce Export Assistance Centre in Providence, Rhode Island. A long time ago, in a world far, far away, Keith was a champion figure skater. Keith lives in Massachusetts with his wife of twenty years and three kids. You can find Keith online at his website: kmyatsuhashi.wordpress.com and on Twitter @keithyatsuhashi.
"Great. Beautifully crafted; well-written, with a loving attention to detail. Among the best of its genre." - Japanator "If you are looking for an exciting fantasy novel, I definitely recommend that you give Kojiki a try. You won't be disappointed." - Masquerade Crew "I had a great time reading this book." 5/5* - Blogger's Bookshelf "I would recommend this for anyone who enjoys character heavy work, or if you're looking for a fantasy novel that's outside the European/American-centric fantasy that you typically see." - Crosshatches "A unique spin on fantasy, a space where dragons and elementals war with each other over broken Tokyo - then this book is worth your time." - Sci-Fi & Fantasy Reviews "Recommended." - The Curious SFF Reader "I'm a huge fan of books that send me on spiraling internet searches, digital walkabouts that start in one place, and wind up somewhere completely different. Kojiki is one of those books, spinning away from a neat, accessible introduction into an exploration of a myriad of creatures and the worlds to contain them." - B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog "In many ways, Kojiki is a metaphor for discovering your heritage and engaging with your roots, especially as a second-generation immigrant. Rooting the novel in Keiko's real world, relatable struggles gives the story depth and helps anchor its wonderful flights of fancy." - Fantasy Faction "A win for Keith Yatsuhashi." - The Silver Words "I am a big fan of Anime and any book that makes me feel like I'm watching an Anime movie...well it gets the immediate thumbs up from me!" - Fiery Fantasy "Definitely a fun read." - It's A Long Story