Upon returning to the Shinshu region, I was moved again by such natural phenomena as sounds, light, scents, or heat, and all of them inspired my creative urge, and became the themes and motifs of my works. I aim to make pieces that allow me to express their subtle expressions. In addition, I would like to carefully maintain the mochinori itome (rice resist paste) technique, which is essential to the Yuzen dyeing style developed in the Edo period.
Honors and AffiliationFull member, Japan Kogei Association
Group exhibitions at Nagoya Matsuzakaya, Nagano Tokyu, Matsumoto Inoue, and the Kantenpapa Hall