Location: Japan

Born in Tokyo, I am a trained veterinarian, and also studied pathology. I made my first foray into art by drawing pets that had passed away, and sending the paintings along with letters to the families. The families really enjoyed the paintings, which inspired me to find a way to heal without medicine. I started doing art in 2011, and in 2013, I exhibited a mural. The motif of my work is cells. My aim is to create an opportunity for viewers to develop their healing abilities by using their senses to experience my art.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science?2003 Azabu University,Tokyo Apr 1997 - Mar 2003



My profession being a veterinarian, I am missioned to heal people by treating their pets. I aim, as my vocational quest to future healthcare, to creating "therapeutic" works of art from "celluar" views which help the veiwers experience their natural healing potential enhanced.

Our world is the Only One Planet Earth. The Spaceship Earth in itself, with all the lives and things its crew, is indeed the Gaia, the whole single maternal life. Therefore, Individual life-forms, humans and others, respectively are the cells which are composing our world as the one living body. This is how the world appears to me, my unfettered perception to which I have come to reach gradually but steadily through my long veterinarian practice.

Letting the each and every cell, organic or inorganic, sparkle, shine radiantly with their respective properties fully activated! Then, we will gain and enjoy the whole beautiful world in her every components in a perfect harmony of beauty.

I am trying to express the whole world as one life by creating works which enable a viewer to experience them and become aware of his/her existence and which live and wither, as if they were lifeforms, while interacting with the natural environment.

Space “Space”

Pen on board, 2014

Mobility “Mobility”

Bachelor of Veterinary Science?2003 Azabu University,Tokyo Apr 1997 - Mar 2003

Continuity “Continuity”

Japanese Ink on paper, 29.7×41.9cm(11.7×16.5inch) 2014

Death “Death”

Japanese Ink and Acrylic with strings on Japanese paper, 2015
(used past artworks)

Floating Being “Floating Being”

Japanese Ink and Acrylic on Japanese paper with Tap Talk (with Touch Lights Tech) 2014