Born in 1979 in Tokyo. Architect. Set up architecture Dorell. Ghotmeh. Tane (DGT) Architects in Paris in 2006 with Dan Dorell from Italy and Lina Ghotmeh from Lebanon. The firm designed the Estonian National Museum which is scheduled to be completed in 2016. Other projects are ongoing in France, Switzerland, Lebanon and Japan. DGT Architects was a finalist in the "International design competition for the New National Stadium of Japan 2012", gaining worldwide attention for their "Kofun Stadium" plan. DGT has won many prizes including the young architects' prize from the French Ministry of Culture (2008), a prize from the Architects Association of Milan (2008) and prizes in two categories in the Milano Design Award (2014). Tane is a part-time teacher at the Columbia University GSAPP (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation) in New York and at "Ecole Supérieure en Visual Merchandising Design (ESVMD) in Switzerland.