He starts to play the piano at five years old.. Between 1992 and 1996 he studied piano at the National University of Music and Fine Arts in Tokyo with Mutsuko Kobayashi, where he got the highest score as  performer. He furthered his piano studies at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels under the direction of Jean-Claude sell Eynden and Burkard Spinley. There he wins the First Prize for Chamber Music and Higher Piano  Diploma with distinction. He has been awarded in different national and international competitions, winning the Grand Prix of the Union of Education in Japan, First Prize at the City of Huesca, Second Competition Maria Canals of Barcelona, Third Prize and Award for Best Performance Music Spanish Competition Ciutat de Carlet, Award of Honor in TIM and second in the competition Ferrol Town where he won the Audience Award and the Award for Best Interpretation of Spanish Music too. He has also been selected to participate in other prestigious competitions such as the Queen Elisabeth Competition and the Piano Competition in Sydney. In 2007, he was invited as repertorist professor to the Meeting of Music and Academy of Santander. He has given many recitals (solo and chamber music and orchestra)  in Japan, France, Belgium, Holland, Italy and Spain.