Tokyo yuzen has grace and refinement with an urban sense of style, and since the Edo period has developed to meet demand for expressing an elegant aesthetic sense of chic, and a taste for the simple and quiet.
In compositions involving dynamic daring flow and monochromatic expression the depth and substance of genuine artworks can be found. I respond to the intellectual needs of an urban sense of style and incorporate dignity and grace into my designs. I am pursuing the creation of kimono that complements the beauty of the wearer.
Honors and AffiliationFull member, Japan Kogei Association
- Chairperson, Textile Department of Japan Kogei Association
- Received the Governor of Tokyo Prize at the
Tokyo Textile Arts Exhibition,
and the Grand Prize at the Textile Arts Exhibition