Born in Aichi Prefecture Japan in 1953
Graduated from Meijo University Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmacist License No. 156278
After working as a pharmacist in the medical field (Toyohashi Municipal Hospital) in Japan, she moved to the U.S. in 1979, where she taught at a Japanese language supplementary school. In 1991, she met the founder of a health-related company, was impressed by his stance on preventive health medicine and his management policy. Afterwards, she decided to join the company to make use of her extensive background.
Her main job is to use her expertise to develop products for the company and to educate people about the advancements in health and beauty. Since 1998, she has been writing a monthly health article for U.S. FrontLine, a Japanese magazine to provide her medical knowledge to as many people as possible.
She has also advised for health and beauty features in local Japanese magazines, such as Sweet Orange (Orange County), Sports J (San Francisco), and Jangle (Midwest). Through these activities, she has gained a reputation among magazine’s readers as someone who can be consulted about various topics related to health and beauty, and many people look to her for guidance.
She is also providing medical and pharmaceutical information in the US from Los Angeles to a select group of Japanese female pharmacists. She plans to work with Japanese pharmacists to introduce and amplify the reach of effective products in the beauty and health fields in Japan and the U.S., and to share knowledge about pharmaceuticals in the future. She has been active as a seminar chairperson since 2000 in the South Bay Management Seminar, a non-profit organization.