Born in Fijisawa City, Kanagawa, in 1968. Lifelong Learning Subsection Chief, Culture and Lifelong Learning Section, City of Fuchu, Tokyo (Former Curator/Educator, Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo). BA, Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts. Worked for establishing Fuchu Art Museum in 2000, and organized contemporary art exhibitions and educational programs, Open Studio Programs and Workshops. Exhibitions are “The 2nd Fuchu Biennial 2004 – For the World to Come”(2004), “Art Site Fuchu 2010: The Power for Living” (2010), “Shinkai Kakuo: a trace of the painter” (2016). His recent articles are ‘Museums and “Freedom of Learning” –Concerning the Basic Human Rights of the Constitution and the “Freedom of Expression”’(2020), ‘History of Art Controversy in Post-War Era’(2021), ‘Painting – Artists’ Expressive Activities in Great Kanto Earthquake’(2024). He serializes “Cultural Topics: Art” in Monthly Zen’ei (Vanguard) since 2005.