Based in Kyushu. He focuses on the ink painting of dragons and what it felt in the area.
He has also performed at G7, G20, etc., and won a special prize in Paris, France in 2018.
Received the Art Nihon Daishi Award at the Tokyo Awards Ceremony.
He is known as the [calligrapher who paints graffiti on national important cultural properties] for drawing a dragon god on the window glass of Hakozaki Shrine.
His novel art work (patented in 2003) that puts a pattern in the letters that he originally devised was used as a label for sake such as [Kumi no Ura] and [Hiran].
In recent years, he has also focused on dedication activities to national treasures and world heritage sites