Japanese embroidery artist

Giving Shape to Emotions

Embroidering not patterns, but the radiance and the workings of life.

I design and embroider what directly resonates with me in my daily life.

Charm of Japanese Embroidery

Why should embroidery be the means of expression, and why should it be Japanese embroidery? This is the big question that I have been holding in my mind in recent years. Whenever I come into contact with various embroidery works I ask myself again and again, but I cannot find the answer. Jewelry for adults has gems, and kimonos can be dyed or woven. Still, we want to color our lives with embroidery. It is difficult to find the answer to this question, but I would like to share with you the charm of Japanese embroidery in my own way.

  • logoBeautifully stitched silk threads with a glossy sheen that change color depending on the angle of view.
  • logoThe colors and shapes of the threads can be created as desired.
  • logoDelicate expression is possible due to the use of thread.
  • logoGold and silver threads are combined with silk threads to create a unique three-dimensional effect.
  • logoEverything is adopted in the design, all things in nature, culture, etc.

There is more, but in short, it is a unique embroidery that we are proud to offer to the world.


Every work of art is unique in this world.

We believe that each piece will sneak into the hearts of viewers like the wind and deliver some kind of message to them.

Although not intended for sale, if you would like to keep it close to you or give it as a gift to a loved one, I can sell it to you. Please contact me to discuss the price.

Also, feel free to contact me to rent them for filming, events, etc.


Monday, November 11 - Saturday, November 16, 2024

Gallery Musashi
Ginza1-9-1 KI Building 1st floor  tel : 03-3564-6348

I will hold a solo exhibition at

It is a very nice gallery just a 2-minute walk from Ginza 1-chome station on the Yurakucho line, or 3 or 4 minutes from Kyobashi station on the Ginza line. I look forward to meeting you there.

After the exhibition, if you find a motif you like among the works, I will consider taking orders for framed paintings of some of them.

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