He graduated from the Tama Art University, and started his career in advertising at McCann Erickson Japan. He worked on both domestic and global accounts such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Xbox, Johnson & Johnson, and Panasonic. He then joined Dentsu in 2006, as art director and graphic designer, and expanded his playing field while working for clients including Uniqlo, Honda, Fuji Film, Kirin, and Nestlé. I enlarge the work front from company branding, production of the logo mark, a plan of TVCM more now in 2015.
Besides his day-to-day work, he finds the time to work on his own artwork that involves paper craft, pencil drawings, and paintings. He often collaborates with clients to create art in the form of advertising. His exhibition for the cutter brand Olfa titled Cutter Art of Olfa was highly acclaimed. In 2012, he drew a series of exquisite and intense illustrations for an ad campaign by the stationery brand Staedtler, and put together another well-received exhibition which traveled to multiple locations in Japan.
He is also a member of the Japan Graphic Designers Association.