I believe that
nature has its spirit, soul and its own style of communicating with people, and try to do it to me in intricate ways.

When there is a light breeze,
it looks like the plants are dancing around me, giggling in my ear. 

“Fusion” is one of the terms for my work.

Using egg tempera which is an old European technique,
drawing in illustration form which is a new technique
and adding the Japanese old painting style
such as faded pigment (Kasure), blurred pigment
(Nijimi) and penetrating pigment(Tarashikomi).

I paint on gold leaves on elongated surfaces as in the style of
the Japanese Sengoku and the early Edo era,
and on textured base layers, to make this happen.