Born in Utsunomiya City in 1981. He graduated at the top of his class from the Department of Music, Nihon University College of Art, where he majored in piano. He completed his master's degree at the Graduate School of Art and Design of Nihon University, where he received the Yukawa Prize for his master's thesis and performance of Liszt's Piano Sonatas, and completed his studies at the Smarano Organ Academy in Italy.
He has studied the harpsichord with Miwako Numao, John Butt (Professor at the University of Glasgow) and Akiko Kuwagata, and the pipe organ with Eduardo Bellotti. He has studied the piano with Mariko Horie and Jean-Paul Sevilla. In addition, he studied historical and rhetorical interpretation of keyboard instruments with Jacques van Oortmelsen, Liuwe Tamminga, Francesco Cella, Umberto Forni, William Porter, Joel Speerstra and Hans Davidson.
From 2006 to 2012, he was the pianist of Rikkyo University's Trinity Chor.
Served as the organist at Catholic Matsugamine Church from 2008 to 2012.
2009 During the art exhibition "From the Glorious Renaissance to the Splendid Rococo" at Utsunomiya Museum of Art, he gave a series of four harpsichord concerts on the themes of Italy, Holland, France and Germany, together with paintings by El Greco and other baroque mannerists.
2011 Recital of Mozart's 18 piano (clavier) sonatas for modern piano, fortepiano and clavichord
2012 Cathedral of San Petronio in Bologna with two historic grand organs playing works by Giovanni Gabrieli, Pellegrini
2012 Beethoven Piano Trio, Op.1 and 3 pieces (with Shoichi Sumikura and Reiko Hayashi)
2014 Mozart's six sonatas for violin, Mannheim and Paris (performed with Tetsuro Kawakami)
2014 Recital of all six of J.S. Bach's "French Suites" and all 30 of "Inventions and Sinfonia" on harpsichord and clavichord
2015 Series of lecture concerts of J.S. Bach's "The Well Tempered Clavier, Vol. 1 and 2" on clavichord and harpsichord
2016 Japanese premiere of Pachelbel's "Hexachordum Apollinis" combined with the Third Magnificat and the Chaconne in F minor for organ and clavichord
2017 John Cage, "Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano (using Steinway B)," and Morton Feldman, "For Bunita Marcus," a piano recital.
2018 John Cage's "Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano," the first Tokyo performance of John Cage's "Sonata and Interlude for Prepared Piano" on the historic Steinway M, funded by the Asahi Shimbun Cultural Foundation (Ryogoku Monten Hall).
Recitals in 2019 and 2020 of John Cage's "4'33''' and Morton Feldman's "For Bunita Marcus" (Toyosu Civic Center Hall).