Born in Tokyo in 1974, she graduated from the Design Department of the Academy of Fine Arts, National Tokyo University of the Arts in 1997. In the same year, she won the 6th Palco Urban Art Special Award in Tokyo. After graduating, she worked in design companies and traveled around the world. She finally settled in San Francisco in 2000, and received a Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship and Vonick Art Scholarship at the California University of the Arts, and completed her art degree in 2004. In 2006, she entered the Department of Art and Music of the National University of Tokyo as an assistant researcher in Transmedia Art. In 2009, she was awarded the Japanese Government Artists Study Abroad – Acting for Japanese Cultural Affairs Program, and studied art and artistic environment at the Herford Museum in Mata, Germany. In 2014, she received her Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Department of Art, University of Tokyo. Since being invited to Taiwan to participate in the East Coast Land Art Festival in 2016, I have fallen in love with the nature of mountains and seas in East Taiwan and the wild and simple cultural environment. In 2018, I was invited to participate in the creation of the East Coast Land Art Festival again. Atmospheric wooden installation creation, this year was invited to teach at the Department of Art Creation, Tainan University of the Arts.