Timeline

1957
Born in Kanagawa
1980
B.F.A. and 1982 M.F.A. in Japanese Painting, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1985
Completed Doctoral Program coursework, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1995
Research Fellowship in the U.K. , Overseas Research Program of Japanese Government Agency for Cultural Affairs
1995
Associate Professor–Japanese Traditional Painting, Department of Painting, Tokyo National University of Arts

Exhibitions

2009
Dillon Gallery, New York City (solo)
2008
New Traditions in Nihonga, Dillon Gallery, New York City
2007
Nihonga- The Fascinations of washi paper, The Tokushima Modern Art Museum/Tokushima
2007
Ars Gallery, Tokyo / Hiratsuka City Museum, Kanagawa (solo)
2006
Sukiwa Otsu Gallery, Shiga (solo)
2006
A View of Contemporary Nihonga - Between in and out-, Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
2005
Museum of Art-Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima (solo)
2004
Declaration of Meta-Nihonga, Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo
2003
Artist Today 2003, Yokohama Civic Art Museum and others / Painting in our time, Niigata bandaijima Art Museum, Niigata / Contemporary Japanese Painting, Okazaki Mindscape Museum
2003
Takamatsu Tenmaya, Tokyo (solo)
2002
Art Gallery Kankankyo, Tokyo / Nakagen Art, Tokyo (`04, `06) / Gallery Ogata, Fukuoka (`04, `07) (solo)
2002
Nikkei Nihonga Art Prize Exhibition, New Otani Art Museum, Tokyo (also in `04, `06j
2000
A Century of Japanese Painting, The University Art Museum, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1999
A View of Contemporary Japanese Painting, Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo
1999
Nihonbashi, Nanba, Yokohama Takashimaya (solo)
1998
Sen Gallery, Tokyo (solo)
1998
Nihonga : Purity and Border Crossings, Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo
1995
Gallery Tamaya, Tokyo (solo)
1994
Art Work Purchased by the Agency for Cultural Affairs
1993
Gallery Morita, Tokyo (`97, `99, `01, `03, `05, `07) (solo)
1990
Gallery Otemachi , Tokyo (`91) (solo)