In 1984, he won the 2nd prize in the 4th composition contest conducted by Japan Mandolin Union.
His work has been performed all over the world such as Europe, Russia and Thailand, and his solo works have been selected as the compulsory piece for many competitions such as the Japan Mandolin Solo Competition. Many of his works have been published by Trekel-Musikverlang (Hamburg, Germany). He has presented works in "Japanese Composers 2015, 2021" and "Asian Tradition・Asian Contemporary 2019".
He studied the piano under Kohya Harigaya and composition under Terumichi Tanaka.
He is member of The Japan Federation of Composers Inc. as well as a Doctor of Internal Medicine.