Born April 20, 1984, from Tokyo.
He graduated from Aoyama Gakuin University, Faculty of Business Administration, Department of Business Administration. He has been an actor since 2001. In that process, he began to aspire to be a film director and began directing independent films in 2005. He has been selected for numerous film festivals both in Japan and overseas, and in 2011, a special screening of Kenichi Ugana was held at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival.
He made his debut in theaters in 2016, directing the first feature film in the Japanese "GAL" -themed movie "Ganguro Gal`s Riot".
After that, he directed the second feature film "Good-Bye Silence", which depicts young people who have encountered music in a world where music is prohibited, and when it was released in 2018, it became a long-run screening.
In 2019, the third feature film "Wild Virgins", in which a virgin man over the age of 30 transforms into a witch, was released and was selected for numerous film festivals such as the 38th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and the 40th Fantafestival.
In 2020, in collaboration with the famous magazine NYLON JAPAN, the fourth feature film "Rolling Marbles" depicting women living in Tokyo was released.
The short series of "Extraneous Matter" directed in 2020 is currently selected for 27 film festivals in 10 countries. "Extraneous Matter -complete edition-" scheduled to be released in theaters in 2021 will be the latest work.