Born in Osaka in 1986. With his architect father, he was exposed to temples and old buildings from an early age. He was also good at making things, and his childhood dreams were to become a carpenter, an inventor, and a photographer. In 2006, he enrolled in the Department of Crafts at Kanazawa College of Art and became deeply immersed in manufacturing. After graduating, he enrolled in the Ishikawa Prefectural Turning and Turning Technology Training Institute and became a woodturner. In 2015, he became independent and established ``Moku lacquer work''. In addition to his work as a wood craftsman, he is also active as an artist and holds exhibitions. Currently, they are moving forward with the aim of becoming independent from society and becoming self-sufficient in food, electricity, water, infrastructure, etc. We are also promoting activities to create a better lifestyle, such as health, childcare, and DIY. We will send out such information here.