Born in Aichi, Japan / Lives in Kyoto
Graduated from Women Art University in Tokyo
Kyoto Sculptors Association, Japan Artists’s Association Inc.. Kyoto Art Council
I was born in Okazaki in Aichi, I studied oil painting at The Women's College of Fine Arts in Tokyo. I became more and more interested in contemporary art. I returned to Nagoya after graduating. I worked as an art teacher at Okazaki women's junior college. When I was a member of the art space Room No.8, I did art activities mainly in Nagoya.
I made many stone works of art. After moving to Kyoto in 1982, I began to run MORI Art School in Kyoto. I have been teaching art for children and a few people with disabilities.
I work mainly with stone, but I also use other materials. I have participated in many solo and group exhibitions in Japan and overseas (Germany, France, Poland, Spain, Korea, Vietnam, Hungary )
I have participated as an artist in residence in Hungary and Iga from 2017. I am interested in art activities that come from intercultural exchange.
Some of my works are on display at the Inaba Manyo historical Museum (Tottori), Mori River Court Building (Nagoya) etc..
Japan Artists Association member, Kyoto Sculptors Association Director and Kyoto Art Council member.