He learned the basic techniques of the Tsugaru Shamisen in Tokyo, trained in the home of Tsugaru and Aomori, and began activities on the street.
The 19th Tsugaru Shamisen National Competition Runner-up in 2000, held in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture, will challenge each competition and leave a spectacular award.
From standard solo performances to old Tsugaru shamisen performances. Performs ensembles using only the Tsugaru Shamisen, shakuhachi and Japanese drums.
He also collaborates with other genres such as jazz, rock, classical music, folk instruments, and recitations, and continues his bold challenge to live music today.
He performs solo at the Amuse Museum in Asakusa, and performs a unique live that invites multinational musicians to guests.
Received the 16th Tsugaru Shamisen All Japan Kanagi Competition "Momotaro Kurokawa Award"
Winner of the 17th Tsugaru Shamisen All Japan Kanagi Tournament
The 18th Tsugaru Shamisen All Japan Kanagi Tournament “Class A Award”
Winner of the 20th Tsugaru Shamisen All-Japan Kanagi Tournament, “Otsuki Award”, etc.
Performed solo recital at the Opera House in Cairo, Egypt, sponsored by Japan Foundation in 2006.
In 2007, he toured North Africa in Turkey, Morocco, Algeria and Japanese music unit, Wasan BOM.
In 2010, he was invited to perform at the 17th Sydney Biennale held in Australia with producer DJ Kazunao Nagata and received high acclaim.
As a leader of the fifty people of the Tsugaru Shamisen at the Aizutajima Mikurairi Exchange Center in Fukushima Prefecture in 2014, he succeeded in ensembles of different schools.
In the same year, he performed with Saera, a duo from Tsugaru, at a Uta Day concert organized by BIGIN in Kadena, Okinawa, and performed with Kiroro.
In December 2015, he performed at the Wasan BOM in Algiers and Constantine, Algeria.
Since 2002, he has performed 15 times at Asagaya Jazz Street.
SP record collector of Tsugaru folk songs and Tsugaru shamisen. Live with gramophone.