Ito Yuhan was a landscape artist who designed several woodblock prints during the 1930's. His work was published by Nishinomiya Yosaku. According to one source, Yuhan worked as a movie producer in later life, but this is unconfirmed. He is best known for designing several views of Miyajima printed in blue tones. His prints are characterized by vivid colors and subtle gradations. They look similar to watercolors, as they lack an outlining keyblock. Yuhan's soft style transcends his rather typical subject matter, evoking the romantic beauty of Japan's unspoiled past. The absence of human figures adds to the sense of quiet timelessness.