1976 Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Hiroshima; biennially thereafter
1977 Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Osaka
1978 Kuroda Toen, Ginza, Tokyo
1979 Seibu Art Gallery, Ikebukuro, Tokyo
1980 Kuroda Toen, Ginza, Tokyo
Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Osaka and Hiroshima
Iwataya Art Gallery, Fukuoka
1981 Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Nihonbashi, Tokyo-- biennially thereafter
1992 Akasaka Green Gallery, Tokyo (again in 1994)
1995 Wako Gallery, Ginza, Tokyo
“Zi- Ku -Ritsu” exhibition at Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Nihonbashi, Tokyo
1996 Third exhibition at Akasaka Green Gallery, Tokyo
"Chawan," Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Hiroshima.
1997 "'97 Ji-kû-ritsu," Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Nihonbashi, Tokyo.
1998 "Kohro" at Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Hiroshima.
Akasaka Green Gallery, Tokyo.
1999 "'99 Ji-kû-ritsu," Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Nihonbashi, Tokyo
2007 Hiroshima Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Hiroshima
2008 “Taido” at Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Tokyo
2009 Kandori Gallery, Tokyo
2010 Hiroshima Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, Hiroshima
1976 Entered the Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts; awarded First Prize; has since been awarded 20 consecutive prizes
1978 Japanese National Prefectural Exhibition
1981 Exhibition of Showa Era Pottery
1983 Invited to exhibit in the Hiroshima Prefectural Art Exhibition
1987 Guest exhibitor at the Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition sponsored by the Japan Foundation (this exhibition toured the United States and Europe)
“Hekiyu no Fu” exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Nihonbashi, Tokyo
1991 Hiroshima Art Grant 90 Commemorative Exhibition at Hukuya Department Store, Hiroshima
1992 Selected for “58 Contemporary Ceramic Artists in Japan”, which was exhibited at Espace des Arts Mitsukoshi Etoile, Paris; and Mitsukoshi Department Store, Nihonbashi, Tokyo
1994 Member of Invitational Program at the Institute of Ceramic Studies, Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
Guest Exhibitor at the Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts (Chugoku District)
1996 Contemporary Japanese Ceramics Exhibition, Japan Foundation.
Guest exhibitor at the Exhibition of Contemporary Pottery in the Sanyo and Sanin District
Guest Exhibitor at the Exhibition of Quiet Clarity “Rin” in Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
1997 Table Ware Festival Exhibition, Tokyo Dome (annually thereafter).
Great Works of Contemporary Japanese Ceramics, International Cultural Cooperative, exhibit toured throughout Asia and Japan.
1998 Traditional Ceramics of Contemporary Japan Exhibition, Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Istanbul, Turkey.
Prefectural Art Exhibition, Hiroshima Art Museum.
Shimanami Coast, Aichi, and Hiroshima Cooperative Event, Commemorative Ceramic Arts Exhibition.
1999 Art Works for the Table Exhibition VII '99, Contemporary Art Niki, Tokyo.
Traditional Japanese Ceramics, regional exhibition, special distinction.
"How beautiful, how mysterious": Glaze and Ceramics Exhibit, Shiga Prefectural Ceramic Park.
"The Expression of Blue," exhibition at Shikinen Sengu Memorial Shrine Museum, Mie.
Seventy People From Hiroshima Exhibition: Painting, Handicrafts, and Calligraphy, Fukuya, Hiroshima.
Twenty Years of the City Art Museum Exhibition, Fenlo Art Museum, Holland.
100 Selected Works of Japanese Ceramics: "Now" Exhibition, Paris, France.
'99 Triennale Higashi Hiroshima, local artist invitational, Higashi Hiroshima Art Museum
2002 “100 years of Contemporary Ceramics”, Gifu Ceramics Park MINO, Gifu
2007 “ Tô no katachi IV (Forms of ceramics IV)”, Gallery Kurimoto, Nîgata
“ Selections from Craft Department of National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo”, Tokyo
1979 Created a ceramic wall entitled “Kojiki:Shigen” for the Sports Center of Minami-ku, Hiroshima
1988 Created a statue entitled “A. Un” for the Central Community Hall of Higashi-Hiroshima City
1997 Completed "Great Ocean Voyage" ceramic wall installation, Hiroshima International Plaza.
Selected Public Collections:
Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum
Tanabe Museum of Art, Shimane
Higashi-Hiroshima Museum of Art
Faenza museo Internationale delle Ceramiche, Italy
Auckland Institute & Museum, New Zealand
The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
Salamanca University East-West Cultural Center, Spain
Salamanca City Art Nouveau, Art Deco Museum, Spain
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Gifu Prefectural Contemporary Art Gallery