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My experience in collaborating with and across the disciplines of theatre from opera, musical, dance, drama, concert and literature have led me where I am today. I have habitually exhibited my own art works while simultaneously working in the field of physical theatre. While working as a scenographer, I have used various non-standard theatre spaces such as art galleries, ruins and the outdoors. I like to explore works inspired by history and from them, form a connection with my works. History is not only legitimate, academic national history but could also be any small passage of time in my life. During the process of my creative development, my practice evolved from simply fine art to my current field of extended theatre, however, the process of making fine art is always in mind and influences my theatre making. I will continue to develop making theatre/performance works through the eyes of an art practitioner. 


M.A. in Performance: Design and Practice,

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London – 2023

M.F.A. in Japanese Painting, Tokyo University of the Arts – 2017


B.A. in Japanese Painting, Kyoto City University of Arts – 2015

Awards, Grants

Pola Art Foundation, Grants for Overseas Study by Young Artists – 2022

39th Mitsubishi Art Gate Programme – 2018

37th Mitsubishi Art Gate Programme – 2017

Yamaguchi Award for Japanese Painting Graduate – 2015


Bach in the Clouds, Platform Theatre, UK – 2023

The Philosophy of Don Giovanni, Dohjidai Gallery, Japan – 2018

Parallel Room, Hitsuji Gallery, Japan – 2018

Group Show



Misao and Eitaro, Drayton Arms Theatre, UK – 2019

Don Giovanni, 


Shame – 2023

Macbeth – 2023

Katabasis – 2022

Are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Dead? – 2017

Live Hamlet – 2017

Wedding Singer – 2016

The Secret Garden – 2014

Mary Poppins – 2013

Oliver Twist – 2012

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