1954 Born in Chiba, Japan
1978 Graduated ceramic design, Musashino Art University, Tokyo Japan
1983 Received Choza Prize at the Chozasho Ceramic Competition of traditional work,
1988 Received Newcomer Prize at the Chozasho Ceramic Competition, Tokoname Japan
1988 First Individual Exhibition at the Gallery Sera in Tokoname Japan.
1991 Selected to exhibit at the Asahi Contemporary Crafts Competition, Japan
1992 Selected for the Mino International Ceramics Competition, Mino Japan
1993 Juror’s Recommendation Prize at the Menbachitaishou (Noodle bowl-Grand prize)
Competition, Tokyo Japan
1994 Selected for the Menbachitaisho Competition, Tokyo Japan. Also selected for the
“Hananotou-ten” , and the Unglazed Ceramics Competition. Selected for the Izushi
Triennial Porcelain Competition, Hyogo Japan
1997 Participated at Exchange work shop program in the Czech Republic.
Selected for the Izushi Triennial Porcelain Competition, Hyogo Japan.
1999 Workshop at the Delhi Blue Pottery in India and exhibition in New Delhi. Participation
in The Mug Cup Symposium in the Czech Republic.
Selected for the Craft Competition, Tokyo Japan.
2000 Third selection for the Izushi Porcelain Triennial, Hyogo Japan.
2001 Participated The Pot Symposium in Czech Republic
Selected for Chozasho Competition, Shigaraki Japan
2002 Beer Mug Exhibition, Sapporo, Japan
2003 Participated Mug Cup Symposium in Czech Republic
Selected Izushi Porcelain Competition, Hyogo Japan
2004 Selected for The First Taiwan Ceramic Biennale
Workchop at Spain
Workshop at Korea
2005 Selected for The 3rd Ceramic Biennale Korea 2005
2006 Izushi Porcelain Competition, Merit Prize, Hyogo Japan
2007 The Asahi Contemporary Crafts ,Recommendation Prize, Osaka Japan
2008 Taiwan Ceramic Biennale, Juror’s Recommendation Prize
2009 Residence at Patisatu Studio in Malaysia and exhibition at Kuala Lumpur
2011 Participated Mug Cup Symposium in Czech Republic
2012 Workshop at Macao
2013 Selected for Taiwan Ceramic Biennale 2012
Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei
Icheon World Ceramic Center, Korea
Itou Seiei Museum, Hyogo Japan