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Éditions Treville is a Japanese publishing house who have published work by Yoshifumi Hayashi, Hans Bellmer, Irina Ionesco, Trevor Brown, Gilles Berquet and others.

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Éditions Treville inherited the publishing vision of its forerunner Treville (1985-1998) toward providing the exotic contents of unknown & imaginative world of aesthetics as an inspiration to readers and creators throughout the entire world.

All our titles are created upon the basis of novel and unique ideas in terms of both editing and design. We intend to continue to develop our innovative and exciting publishing activities on five different character levels. Éditions Treville (É.T.) publications are at present centered around five different levels, with unique titles in each of the following unique levels:

Our Editions Treville publications consist of 6 separate labels, each of which has its own unique titles.


é.t. Style Stylish visual books that introduce contemporary architectural interior and lifestyle designs overflowing with inspiration.

é.t. Art Books Monographs by individualistic photographers, artists and designers.

é.t. Pan-Exotica Monographs by deep, exotic, and fantastic artists.

é.t. Insolite Cool and sexy fashions and pop culture created under the theme of Celebration of Femininity.

é.t. Écrit E.T. Ecrit: Non visual books such as literature, essays,critiques, etc.

é.t. Products Original products other than books that derive from each level.

é.t. Classics Reprint.

Yoshifumi Hayashi bibliography

  • 1994 La Jeune Mariée d’un Materialiste Enciente de Cerveaux, Éditions Treville
  • 1995 Traité Secrets échangés entre monsieur y, physiologiste, et un hermaphrodite vaguement séquestré dans le boudoir d’une régente mariée, Treville editions
  • 1999 Le Carnaval pour Roméo et Juliiette, Treville editions




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