Japanese artist born in Tientsin, China.
In 1943, she returned to Kagoshima with her family during World War II. She studied western style painting at the Women’s University of Fine Arts and created many murals at Tokyo aiming to unite art and architecture.
In 1973, she visited the United States for the exhibition of the mural of glass mosaic at New York Laverne Gallery.
She stayed in Paris for 17 years from 1977.
In 1985, she began to produce the sculptures of marbre at the atelier of Mr Carlo Nicoli at Carrare in Italy.
In 1986, she began to produce the sculptures of bronze at the atelier of Landowski at Paris.
One of the most famous works is “The Eye of Shinjuku”, created in 1970. It’s a glass sculpture that can be admired in the West Exit of Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. The central part of the eye Shinjuku is rotating behind corrugated glass wall. The eye observes the hurried passers.
His work is close to surrealism.
1959 Mural exhibition at the Ginza Yoseido gallery, Tokyo
1960 Solo exhibition at the Yamagataya Department store, Kagoshima
1967 Solo exhibition at the Ginza Okura Gallery, Tokyo
1968 Solo exhibition at the Mamiana Paul Gallery, Tokyo
1973 Solo exhibition at the Laverne Gallery, New York
1975 Solo exhibition at the Ginza Fuma Gallery, Tokyo
1976 110 Contemporary Artists, at the Central Art Museum, Tokyo
1982 Solo exhibition at the Ginza Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo
Commissioned Work – Murals, Reliefs, Sculptures
Nishi-Izu Dogashima Hotel
Shuzenji Tofuya Hotel
Asahi Tatemono Head Office Lobby
Hara Ophthalmic Hospital Lobby
Ota-Ku Fukushi Sogo Centre Lobby
TBS Palais Français
Shosen University Centennial Museum Lobby
The Shinjuku West Plaza (The Eye of Shinjuku)
Kusatsu Resort Mansion Baden
Asahi Meguro Mansion Lobby
Castle de Repas, Normandy in France
Sun Field Country Club
Niigata Chuo Bank Lobby