Finding the things I can really do
I started going to calligraphy classes at the age of 6 because of my sister and continued to high school.
From that time on, I loved handwriting New Year's cards and letters with a brush and was fascinated by the fun of calligraphy.
After I graduated from a vocational school, I worked for a dental assistant and a construction company saying, “I want to find something I can really put in,” but I feel rewarding and attainment of work. There was not.
I decided to study in London when I was 26 years old.
I went to a calligraphy school that I had been away from for a while and prepared for studying abroad.
I was able to rediscover the fun of calligraphy.
I was very impressed when I held a solo exhibition in London and gave foreigners a name in Chinese characters.
I decided to work as a calligrapher when I came back to Japan.