Born in 1959, and currently lives in the city of Yamaguchi. At the beginning of the 1990s, he was creating his original music and scarcely involved in the music scene in Japan. Since 1993, he started to perform with Motoharu Yoshizawa, and his presence came to be widely known. After performing with Kim DaeHwan and Otomo Yoshihide, he played an active part as a member of Korea's CHOI SONG BAE Trio in 1996. In 1997, he released "VUOY"as "Omoide Hatoba," and afterwards, he has collaborated with many musicians: participated in Kazuhisa Uchihashi's "Phantasmagoria," HACO's "Happiness Proof," and Makoto Kawabata's "Acid Mothers Temple." In 1998, he organized "I.S.O." with Otomo Yoshihide and Sachiko Matsubara. He is currently working at home and abroad focusing on "DORAVIDEO," an image control system with drums. In 2005, he won an honorary mention in the Digital Music division of ARS Electronica. He was invited to Venice Biennale in 2007, and Zaragoza World Expo, Spain in 2008.