Enrolled in Wakatake Art (Okinawa Prefecture). His obsession with letters has continued since childhood. When the work he secretly produced in his room was introduced at the 2001 exhibition, it quickly attracted attention from outside the prefecture and even abroad. There are only two or three pieces that were buried until the end, and most of them stopped halfway. After that, I began to draw letters not only at home but also during Wakatake's creative activities, and for some reason these works are drawn vertically. For the past 12 years or so, he has devoted himself to drawing colorful bells and stars instead of kanji, and for the past eight years has been drawing small dots. It is like a dyed product, and it is a production scene that seems to enjoy the process of painting persistently until it seeps out on the back side. His commitment and unique method are seen there and I am impressed. His works have been introduced repeatedly both in Japan and overseas, and have been published in the Complete Works of Japanese Art (Shogakukan, 2016).