I am from Maniwa-shi, Okayama, Japan.At the age of 7, I learned how to play the koto, and I learned how to play the sangen (or shamisen) at age 16.
In 2002, I received the Excellent Award in the Middle School Section of the 20th National Elementary/Middle School Koto Music Competition.
In 2004, I received the Superior Award in Individual Sections at the 17th Japanese Music Concert of High School Students in Okayama.
In 2005, I received the Excellent Award at the 15th National High School Japanese Music Competition.
In 2007, I enrolled in the Ikuta School of Koto Music at Tokyo University of the Arts(specializing in koto).
In 2011, I graduated from the university, and on behalf of graduating classes, I performed for the Emperor at a concert held by Empress Tokagakudo in the Imperial Palace.
In 2011, I enrolled in the master’s program at Tokyo University of the Arts.
In 2013, I received a master’s degree and enrolled in the doctoral program at Tokyo University of the Arts.
In November 2014, I performed in a Japan-China-Korea Joint Concert with Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
In September 2015, I held and performed in Japanese Heart Concert in Moscow, which was cosponsored by Moscow Conservatory and Tokyo University of the Arts.
In November 2015, I performed at Japan Embassy in London.
In 2016, I received a PhD in Music from the Ikuta School of Koto Music.
I conducted “Doctoral concert” 3 times over as a part of my research during my Doctoral program and presented my research study.
In April 2016, I became a part-time instructor of Japanese Music Instruments Practice at Tokyo University of the Arts.
I am currently conducting a study of traditional Japanese music, including koto, piano, and vocal concerts in Tokyo and Okayama.
I have studied under Akiko Toyooka, Toshiko Hoshijima, and Mikana Yanai.