Born in Gifu Prefecture in 1984. He majored in electrical engineering at a technical college and cognitive psychology at university. In 2012, he completed his master's degree in Graduate school of Interdisciplinary Information Studies at the University of Tokyo. "nomena" was established in the same year. He pursues the possibility of unprecedented expression from an engineering perspective. In addition to his own creative activities, he also works with up-and-coming artists and designers, as well as technical direction. Major works include the Tokyo 2020 cauldron (Chief Mechanism Architect), the "Tokei no Shasho"
series co-produced with Seiko, the Spinning Solar Sail Shape Control System as a joint research project with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and the work "Square goes" for 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT "Rule?" exhibition. Major awards include the Excellence Award in the Art Division of the Japan Media Arts Festival (2022), the Pen Creator Award (2021), the DSA Design Award (2017), the Grand Prix at the Bloomberg Pavilion Project Competition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (2012), and the University of Tokyo President's Award (2012).