1958.
Born in Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Studied under grandfather Suishin and father Suigetsu and later under Iizuka Shokansai.

1986.
Since his first selection for the Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition, he has been selected for two consecutive awards.

1987.
Since the first selection for the Traditional Craft New Works Exhibition, he has been consecutively selected for an award.

1988.
Since the first selection for the Traditional Craft Mokutake Exhibition, he has been selected for three consecutive awards.

2009:
Dispatched to Germany as a cultural exchange mission of the Agency for Cultural Affairs
 In five cities, lectures, demonstrations and surveys of museum collections will be held.

2010.
Exhibited at the exhibition “Contemporary Tea Ceremony: Use and Form” at Kikuchi Kanji Museum of Art, Tokyo
Solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Nihonbashi

2012.
Art Fund Award for Collect Exhibition (London, UK)

2013.
Exhibited at the Contemporary Japanese Crafts Exhibition (Morikami Museum, Japanese Garden, Miami, USA)
Participated in the 60th anniversary of the Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition at KOGEI, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

2015:
Exhibited tea utensils at the Dainippon Tea Ceremony Society exhibition “Senshinkai” at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Nihonbashi.
Exhibited the current exhibition of Kanmi Kikuchi Awarded Crafts (Kikuchi Museum of Art)

2016:
Solo exhibition (Mitsukoshi, Nihonbashi)

2017:
Exhibited at the Japanese Bamboo Art Exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
Exhibited the Okada Shigekichi Prize Exhibition at MOA Museum of Art, Tokyo.
The Eighty-three Great Treasures of the Heisei Era (Yakushiji Temple, Nara)

2018:
Exhibited tea utensils at the Dainippon Tea Ceremony Society exhibition “Senshinkai” at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Nihonbashi.
Exhibited at Japonisme 2018 (Paris, France)

2019:.
Exhibited the Okada Shigekichi Prize Exhibition (MOA Museum of Art)
26 artists will exhibit at Takashimaya Department Store, Nihonbashi.

Previous members
Member of the Japanese Traditional Crafts Exhibition Advisory Committee (2001, 2004, 2008, 2015)
Member of the jury for the exhibition of new works of traditional craft (1999.2002)
Juror, East Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition (2019)
Jury Member, Seibu Craft Exhibition (2009)

Collection and purchase
Imperial Household Agency, Goto Museum, Hasegawa Museum, National Gallery of Scotland, Hamburg Museum of Decorative Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yakushiji Temple, Sanzenin

Currently a regular member of the Japan Industrial Arts Association