・Graduated from Nihon University College of Art
・Royal Academy of Dance (RAD)
・Member of Contemporary Dance Association
・Member of Sagamihara Western Dance Federation
・Started dancing at the Teruko Fujisato Ballet Studio at the age of 6.
・Selected as a domestic trainee by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs.
He also studied under Hiroki Urushibara and Hiroshi Shoji.
・ Contest winners: Tokyo Shimbun National Contest, Saitama, Kobe 1st, 2nd, etc.
・Received the “Akiko Tachibana Award”
・Received the “Contemporary Dance Association Newcomer Award”
・Awarded “Ongaku Shimbun Best 10 New Artists in Japan”
・Received the “Muramatsu Award” given to outstanding dancers
Selected as an overseas trainee by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs and traveled to the United States
Invited and trained at the Igal Perry New York Dance Session
・Trained at the Peri Dance Center and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater as a trainee of the Agency for Cultural Affairs in NY
・After returning to Japan, appeared in “Toki no Michi”, won first place in the Tokyo Shimbun National Contest, the Minister of Education Award, the Tokyo Governor’s Award, and the Baku Ishii Award.
· Appeared in the opening performance of the New National Theater and many works in the first few years of its opening.
· New National Theatre, Tokyo “Maihime-tachi no Afternoon” was commissioned to present the work.
・New National Theater ・Japan Agency for Cultural Affairs ・Tokyo Metropolitan Government ・Contemporary Dance Association ・Japan-U.S. Exchange
He has performed as a lead and as a guest on many stages in Japan and overseas, including performances in Los Angeles.
~ As a leader ~
· Lausanne Studied teaching methods as a teacher in the Jan Nuitz teacher course.
・Completed the RAD Teacher’s Course (CBTS) at the Royal Academy of Dance.
Learned teacher knowledge, anatomy, history, music, and teaching methods, and acquired an internationally recognized teaching qualification.
Students are active in many fields.