This Servant is a limited Servant. It is only available during special summoning campaigns. When no such campaigns are active, this Servant cannot be summoned. No plans have been revealed to add this Servant to the permanent summoning pool.
An ukiyoe artist from the second half of the Edo period.
In addition to "Katsushika Hokusai", he had over 30 other pen names like "Gakyo Rojin" and "Sori".
Japan's representative painter, he had a great influence on foreign painters and musicians like Van Gogh and Debussy.
Known for his terribly fast brush strokes, he left behind 30,000 works in his lifetime. The aforementioned works range from ukiyoe woodblock prints to paintings done by hand, manga and shunga.
In his later years, he was living together with his third daughter, "Katshushika Ōi" who worked as his assistant. His most important works are the woodblock print series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji", "Hokusai Manga", the monster paintings from his "Hyakumonogatari" series, the shunga "The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife" and others. He was known as an oddball who stood out with his eccentric behavior, such as changing residence 93 times during his lifetime and being really careless with money while living in extreme poverty. On the occasions when he went outside, he was constantly reciting incantations and the like.
Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji.
Mister Hokusai's well-known great masterpiece, The Great Wave.
The 21st work of his series of ukiyoe woodblock prints, "The Great Wave off Kanagawa".
The power of his brush, ascertaining the behavior of nature and drawn out from a mental state of fanaticism, is endowed with a mysterious substance that stimulates the body and mind of the viewer. And then, the Hokusai who communicated with and awakened an evil god from the Abyss, captured that madness in a unique ukiyoe he painted. That is "The Great Wave of Kanagawa". A brush of taboo that stepped into a state of mind beyond even the 36 scenes of the "Visible Fuji" and the additional 10 scenes of the "Hidden Fuji".
All Things in Nature A+
The observing eye that studies the spectacles of nature and sees through that essence.
Bonds of a Father and Daughter A
The bond between the hearts of Hokusai and Ōi, who remained together even in his final years, won't be shaken even by the madness of an evil god.
Alias: Octopus from Another Planet B
Due to a state of mind that came to be from harmonizing with an evil god of the Abyss, a non-Euclidean geometric style of painting is born.
Although he enthusiastically studied the techniques of various painters without being fixated on a single school, he was full of progressive temperament.
Adopting the perspective of Western paintings, he can be said to be the origin of modern-day manga by employing landscape painting that presented a cut-out moment of motion.
Manifesting in this modern age and freed from the strict shogunate's pressure, Hokusai will probably learn every technique of art with glee, vigorously challenging himself.
Be it shunga, abstract, digital or performance art.
Katsushika Hokusai was available for summoning during the: