The book is filled with about 500 pieces from 100 popular illustrators including Noizi Ito and Murata Range.
Had a flick through the book and stopped at a few pages which caught my eye - wanted to post more photos but probably would have got in toraburu ^^;
All text is in English and Japanese which should be great if you are studying the lingo too.
The publication also comes with a service where you can download wallpaper by some of the illustrators by using the password printed in the book.
"Bishojo" [美少女] means "beautiful girl" and this book is packed with them!
Would love to have a poster of this girl in the sunset.
Makes a great coffee table read. Which brings me to a question - are you completely satisfied with jpeg illustrations or do you occasionally pick up illustration magazines or books like this?