Since early childhood, she loved activities that involved concentrating at her desk and moving her fingers. She attended a Montessori school. She excelled in origami (traditional Japanese art of paper folding), and later took up a job folding linens at a hotel. During her leisure time, she engaged in Japanese calligraphyand knitting. It was during this time that, one day, she suddenly developed acute edema due to the common conical cornea symptoms found in Down syndrome individuals. However, she miraculously recovered and began to draw intricate and bold line drawings with her water-based pen. She diligently connects small circles and cells to depict her favorite things and emotions. Initially, her artworks were monochromatic, but gradually, she started using a wide range of colors, changing shapes, and the fragments multiplied. Eventually, her current artistic style has been established over time.