We present a magnetic particle imaging (MPI) device using a Halbach cuboid magnet and frequency mixing magnetic detection (FMMD) technology. A Field Free Line was formed in the center of a two-piece Halbach cuboid. Then, the cuboid was moved in the sample volume in a T-shaped and circular shape. The sample was exposed to a magnetic excitation field of two different frequencies. Due to the nonlinearity of the superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs), harmonic frequencies and intermodulation products of the excitation frequencies are generated. This characteristic response signal from the particles was acquired by a coil system and demodulated by a FMMD electronics. Images were created by a backprojection method based on Radon and inverse Radon transformation. Using the Halbach cuboid, we were able to generate a stronger magnetic field compared to the previously reported equipment using large permanent magnets.. The results of the experiment showed that the combination of the Halbach cuboid and FMMD can acquire images similar to those of other existing MPI systems, suggesting that it is a method that has advantages in manufacturing and operation of MPI.