She graduated Attached Music High School of Tokyo University of the Arts and the University as well, and later extended study at the Amsterdam Conservatory. Received a Newcomer Award from Tokyo University of the Arts.
Appeared as a piccolo player in the unpublished movie music world premiere project composed by Shostakovich (appreciated by his wife), Japanese classical performing arts-concert tours of contemporary music, etc., including numerous orchestras in Belgium, France, including the Netherlands, after participating those chamber music project and being an assistant of professor of flute department at Amsterdam Conservatory, she returned to Japan in 2003.
Long-time Shinnai Shamisen (Fujimatsu Kikusaburo Muneya), other Japanese musical instruments and flamenco (flute and cante) collaborations, etc., art festivals in solo and group in Tokyo and other regions, cultural performance appearances, extra appearances in Tokyo orchestra and chamber orchestra etc. Her activities are wide.
2011 she had recital which was a fusion stage of classical music, flamenco and contemporary music.
2014 released a solo and duo album,
Concerts with talented quintets, Japanostalgia (percussion, contrabass, Sho, Koto and various flutes) tour in Tokyo was astonishing.
Music such as Classic piece in jazz style by flute, Japanese piece in jazz style by Japanese bamboo flutes and few musical, few jazz and pops by vocal, currently she is playing in various places in Tokyo.
So far, flutes study by Haruyo Sagara, Norio Iwasaki, Narumi Murakami, Chang-kok Kim, Masami Nakagawa, Harry Starrevelt, piccolo by Vincent Coltvint (Amsterdam Concertgebouw piccolo player), flute traverso by Martin Root, chamber music by Koji Okazaki , Masaharu Yamamoto and Bas Polard, flamenco singing by Atsuko Misawa and Ryuteki by Takeshi Sasamoto.