After studying film production at Los Angeles City College and working as a boom operator, he came back to Japan and worked for car company Daihatsu Motor and trading company Mitsubishi Corporation for the next 10 years where he gained the international business skill. During that time, he continued studying screenwriting. In 2015, he produced feature film Yamamoto Eri becomes Recoverability Zero which won 2nd Grand Prix at New Directors Film Festival 2015.

He left the trading company after that and started his career as an independent film producer. In 2016, he produced feature film Eriko, Pretended which was a grant-recipient film of Cineastes Organization Osaka. It was screened at Osaka Asian Film Festival 2016 and won SKIP City Award at SKIP City International D-Cinema Festival 2016.

He is a participant of EAVE Ties That Bind 2016 and currently attending the International Film Business Academy of Busan Asian Film School in order to develop My Name is Laila to be directed by Sheron Dayoc and Quantum Suicide to be directed by Mikhail Red.

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