2018, Bushwick Open Studio. (Brooklyn, NY) 2017, Bushwick Open Studio. (Brooklyn, NY) 2015, Obedience: Exhibit curated by Saskia Boddeke & Peter Greenaway, and produced by Jewish Museum Berlin with the "Obedience" exhibition. (Berlin, Germany), Wandering Sheep: Exhibit produced by The Greenway Public Art. (The Greenway Park, Chinatown. Boston, MA) 2014, Over the Edge: Paperworks Unbound at the Wah Center (Brooklyn, NY) Pulp Culture: Paper is the Medium at the Morris Museum. (Morristown, NJ), Broken Language at REVERSE. (Brooklyn, NY), Bushwick Open Studio. (Brooklyn, NY) 2013, Bushwick Open Studio. (Brooklyn, NY) 2012, Galleri Urbane. (Dallas, TX), Dallas Art Fair. (Dallas, TX), Print Icon. (New York, NY) 2011, Print Icon. (New York, NY), Times Square Alliance. (New York, NY) 2008, The Harlem School of the Arts. (New York, NY) 2002, Teaching sculpture for kids in kindergarten in Harlem. (New York, NY) 2000, "Gawn" Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art. (Kyoto, Japan) 1998-2001, Residensy in Zen Temple. (Reigen-in, Kyoto, Japan) 1991, "Modern Art Exhibition" sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affaires of Japanese Government traveling to Akita Integrated Life Cultural Hall Museum. (Akita, Japan), Hirosaki Art Museum. (Aomori, Japan), Tokushima Art Foundation for Culture. (Tokushima, Japan), Kochi Art Museum. (Kochi, Japan), Imabari City Kouno Art Museum. (Ehime, Japan) 1990, Gallery Seihou. (Tokyo, Japan) 1989, Gallery Seihou. (Tokyo, Japan) 1988-2006, "Shinseisaku Academy" annual exhibition Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. (Tokyo, Japan) 1987, "The Popura II" Saegusa Gallery. (Tokyo, Japan) 1986, The Budapest Wooden Sculpture Symposium. (Budapest, Hungary) 1984, "The Popura I" Saegusa Gallery. (Tokyo, Japan) 1983, "Yuhosha Exhibition" 50th Anniversary of the Wako University. (Tokyo, Japan) 1982, Art Gallery Kan. (Tokyo, Japan) 1976-1982, "Shinseisaku Academy" annual exhibition Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. (Tokyo, Japan) 1970-1990, Established and directed a private art school for children. (Tokyo, Japan) 1970, Graduated Wako University major of arts and humanities, studied under Yoshio Yoshida. (Tokyo, Japan)
2016, "Wandering Sheep" This project has been selected and recognized as part of the Americans for the Arts 2016 Public Art Network Year in Review. 1988, winner of annual exhibition: Shinseisaku Academy 1976, winner of annual exhibition: Shinseisaku Academy 1973, winner of annual exhibition: Shinseisaku Academy
2007, Kokyou House (Kyoto, Japan) 1993, Tokyo Tama Sports Center for the disability (Kunitachi, Japan)