An unstoppable designer, nick-named “”The Japanese’s Parisian””, was part of the first wave of Japanese stylists that tried their luck in the world’s fashion capital.

In 1970 he organized his first fashion show at the Vivian Gallery and opened his fashion boutique for women.

His innovative style, showcasing unpredictable combinations of Parisian fashion and Japanese colors and poetry, has led him to his success and a worldwide recognition.

In the 80’s he expanded to men’s fashion, the perfume industry and different collaborations while maintaining his boldness and freedom. With his current transition to interior design, he created a unique collection of fabrics and ceramics for Roche-Bobois. His pieces demonstrate his signature style due to graphic and cultural references: origin mix, color printing and creation of delicate patterns.