About Us


Born in Urawa, Saitama, Japan

Graduated from the Musashino Art University, Oil Painting Dept. 

1993 Fellowship under the Japanese Government Oversea Study Program for Artists, England Sweden

1993 Study at Margaret Benyon studio in England

1994, 95 Making holograms at The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm as a guest artist

1995-98 Study at The Royal University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm 

Present  Works and lives in Sweden and Japan

Solo Exhibitions

2016 "una" Recovery through Recovery, La Maison de la Photographie, Lille, France

2013 "una" Recovery through Recovery, La Galerie Claude Samuel, Paris, France

2011 Tokyo Photography month 2011 MUSÉE  F, Tokyo

2007 “Beyond the EYE: Curate by Kou Matsunaga” MAKII MASARU FINE ARTS, Tokyo

2006 “BEYOND ‘ME’: Curate by Kou Matsunaga” MAKII MASARU FINE ARTS, Tokyo

2000 “Memory: Curate by Michiko Kasahara” Light Works Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa

1988 Art Spot Gallery, Seibu Department Store, Funabashi, Chiba

1987 Kyoni Gallery, Tokyo 

   Gallery Koga, Tokyo  

     Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo




2006 The 13th HODIC (Holographic Display Artists and Engineers Club) Suzuki-Okada Award for Art



Public Collections

The Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Japan

 Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan

 AGA company, Sweden

 Katsuura City Hall, Chiba, Japan

 Nadeshiko Park, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Japan

 Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts

 Yonamiyama Park, Hiroshima

Group Exhibitions

2016 “Bridging Art and Technology” National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

2015 "Flowers" MAKII MASARU FINE ARTS, Tokyo

2015 "Hospital and Art" The Swedish Embassy, Tokyo

2015 "Hardness and Elasticity" MAKII MASARU FINE ARTS, Tokyo

2013 "New Spaces, New Times" Shibuya Hureai Botanical Center, Tokyo

2012, 2013,2014,2016 " Did we meet somewhere ?" Urawa Museum, Saitama. Japan

2012 "To cross the Technology and Art-Hologram Exhibition" Kun Shan University, Taiwan

2012 "Still Autumn" MAKII MASARU FINE ARTS, Tokyo

2011 "Takami Akihiko Memorial Exhibition” Omotesando-gallery and MUSÉE F, Tokyo

2011 "Art and Hospital'" Saitama Citizens Medical Center, Saitama

2011 “10th Artists X + one: Shokuten” Toyama Shimin Plaza, Toyama

2011 " New Vision Saitama 4", The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama

2009 "3D Image Exhibition" Hamagin Space Science Museum for Children, Kanagawa

2008 “on your body-Contemporary Japanese Photography”

     Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

2008 “The Witches’ One Times One” Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokyo;

     Hillside Forum, Tokyo

2008 “αM Project: The 300th anniversary of the birth-Carl Linnaeus Descriptions Flora”

     Omotesando Gallery + MUSÉE F, Tokyo

2006 “Super Ecstasy: The Road to the Happiness” Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Gallery, Kanagawa

2006 “Holography Exhibition” The Centennial Hall, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Kanagawa

2005 “Same but Difference”, Kamakura Gallery, Kanagawa

2004 “Contemporary Sculpture IV-Creation Counterattack: 30 Years Anniversary of Kanagawa

     Kenmin Hall” Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Gallery, Kanagawa

2003 “SECOND EYE” Nacka Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden; Jämtlands Läns Museum, Östersund

2002, 03 “The Workshop Exhibition for Children” Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo

2002 “1st Artists X + one: Shokuten,” Toyama Shimin Plaza, Toyama

2001 “Centripetal Force / Centrifugal Force” Urawa Art Museum, Saitama

2000 “å: The Permeating Stream”, Yokohama Portside Gallery, Kanagawa;   

     The Swedish Embassy, Tokyo

2000 “Holography 2000” St. Pölten Stadtmuseum, Austria

1999 “Hemma Hos” Gallery Grå, Stockholm, Sweden; Teatergalleriet, Kalmar, Sweden

1998 “Blå Himmel” Book Project, Blå Himmel Förlag, Stockholm, Sweden

1997 “Ny Nordisk Konst i Moderna” Kalmar Konst Museum, Kalmar, Sweden

1997 “Jag tycker om att sova” Teatergalleriet, Kalmar, Sweden

1997 “Fishbulle” Projektrummet Kaledonien, Stockholm, Sweden

1996-99, 01 “Small is Beautiful” Flowers East Gallery, London

1996 “The Royal College of Fine Arts Graphic Show” Konstnärshuset, Stockholm, Sweden

1996 “The Spring Exhibition of The Royal College of Fine Arts in Stockholm,” The Royal Art Academy,    


1995 “Tidsvåg Noll” Eriksbergshallen, Gothenburg, Sweden