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Curriculum Vitae

2008
    •    Started creating custom-made artworks (general Japanese calligraphic artworks such as baby’s name boards, calligraphic artworks for interior decoration (for cafeterias, restaurants, shops, and house decoration), nameplates, menu books, wedding boards, signboards (for various shops and events), and logotypes for business cards)
    •    Held a private exhibition and gave a live performance at the cafeteria-gallery Eijiu in Akebonobashi, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Appeared on an online video program “Serendipity ? Study of Impromptu Art”, and gave a collaborative performance combining jazz guitar and calligraphy
2009
    •    Exhibited at the Ginza Premium Preview Exhibition at Qualia Ginza Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Appeared on a live event by the jazz band “kind'o soul” and gave a collaborative performance combining music and calligraphy at Miles’ Cafe in Ikebukuro, Tokyo
    •    Appeared on a concert by Aurora Wind Orchestra and gave a collaborative performance combining wind-instrument music and calligraphy at the Hasama Community Center in Funabashi, Chiba
    •    Held a collaborative exhibition “Futari-ten Vol 1” with another calligrapher Yoshun Ohmori at the cafeteria-gallery Eijiu in Akebonobashi, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Exhibited at the Exhibition of Minerva 2009 in the Landmark Tower, Yokohama, Kanagawa
    •    Gave a collaborative performance “Sanjusosho” of calligraphy, Shimai (Noh dance in plain clothes) and contrabass at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Appeared on a live event by the jazz band “kind'o soul” and gave a collaborative performance combining music, dance and calligraphy at Miles’ Cafe in Ikebukuro, Tokyo
2010
    •    Appeared on a chanson live event and gave a collaborative performance combining chanson (Seiji), wall painting (Vivian Sato) and calligraphy at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Exhibited at the 7th Project Tokyo Exhibition (exhibition celebrating the publication of “Art Union Japan Vol 7”) at Kitai Gallery in Kita-ku, Tokyo
    •    Teached calligraphy to Yukihiro, drummer of the Japanese famous rock band “L'Arc~en~Ciel”, under the plan of the fan club bulletin “LE-CIEL” of this band
    •    Participated in an art fair, held a private exhibition, and gave live performances in Paris, France
    •    Participated in a multi-artist exhibition at Qualia Ginza Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Gave a street live performance in Ikebukuro, Tokyo
    •    Participated in a multi-artist exhibition at Gallery Conceal Shibuya in Shibuya, Tokyo
    •    Participated in an art fair in Ghent, Belguim
    •    Held a collaborative exhibition “Futari-ten Vol 2” (combining calligraphy and pottery) at the cafeteria-gallery Eijiu in Akebonobashi, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining jazz (Mitsuo Kabuki Trio) and calligraphy at Boozy Muse in Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance “Kyosho” combining classical flute (Asami Kitayama) and calligraphy, and held a first exhibition for my pupils at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Held a workshop in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Created a logotype and calligraphic artworks for interior decoration at the request of Seika, a small restaurant of creative Japanese cuisine, in Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
2011
    •    Created a logotype, calligraphic artworks for interior decoration, and a show window display at the request of the pottery school Saideigama at Aoyama Bell Commons, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance “Shigo” combining musical improvisation (Mitsuaki Matsumoto) and calligraphy at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance with world-renowned jazz hornist Adam Unsworth at Boozy Muse in Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Held a first live event of Taneco, a collaborative unit of calligrapher, candle artist and classical guitarist/vocalist, at the bar INDIGO in Roppongi, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining jazz/improvisation (Mitsuo Kabuki) and calligraphy at the gallery “exhibit LIVE & MORIS” in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Participated in a multi-artist exhibition at Gallery Conceal Shibuya in Shibuya, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative performance “Tokitoki” combining musical improvisation (Naoto Yamagishi, drumnist) and calligraphy at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Participated in “Earth Tuning”, an outdoor music festival in effort to help Fukushima recovery, as a member of Taneco in Iwaki, Fukushima
    •    Appeared on a live event “Intercultural Exchange Night” and gave a collaborative performance combining music (Hola guuey, jazz unit) and calligraphy at Bullets in Nishi-azabu, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative performance “Gensho” combining classical guitar (Gen Matsuda) and calligraphy at the art space and cafeteria Sakaiki in Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining jazz (Mitsuo Kabuki Trio) and calligraphy at Boozy Muse in Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Held a second live event of Taneco at the cafeteria Daikichiya in Higashi-kitazawa, Tokyo
    •    Held a collaborative exhibition “Futari-ten Vol 3” (combining calligraphy and flower arrangement) at the art gallery Nakamura Arts in Higashi-ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a live performance as a member of Taneco at Gallery Conceal Shibuya in Shibuya, Tokyo
    •    Gave a live performance as a member of Taneco at Minori Garden in Kuki-city, Saitama
    •    Gave a live performance as a member of Taneco at the camping resort “Kuniaki Shimizu’s Paradise of Forest and Lake” in Yamanashi prefecture
    •    Gave a live performance as a member of Taneco at Ludens Resort in Yuzawa, Niigata prefecture
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining calligraphy and Japanese Noh farce called “Kyogen” (the Ohkura school of Kyogen) at Sakaiki in Shinjuku, Tokyo
2012
    •    Gave a live performance and held a calligraphy workshop at the Ludens Resort in Yuzawa, Niigata
    •    Participated in a group exhibition at Ouchi Gallery in New York, USA
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance with contrabassist Pearl Alexander at Sakaiki in Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining calligraphy and jazz (played by vocalist Hiro-a-key and pianist Takegorou Kobayashi) at JZ Brat in Shibuya, Tokyo
    •    Participated in a group exhibition at the Henry Moore Gallery in London, UK
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance titled “Shunkoku” with percussionist Naoto Yamagishi in Rennes, France
    •    Held a collaborative calligraphy workshop with Nusch Werchowska in Rennes, France
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance combining calligraphy and improvised music (played by the London Improvisers Orchestra) in London, UK
    •    Created the display posters and hanging banners for the ceramic art exhibition at Aoyama Bell Commons, Tokyo
    •    Held the special live celebrating Taneco’s 1st anniversary in Yoyogi, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Gave collaborative live performances titled “Kyosho Vol 2” with flutist Asami Kitayama at two places (Sakaiki in Shinjuku, Tokyo and the music cafeteria Blossom in Koshigaya, Saitama)
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance titled “Shadow” combining calligraphy, contrabass (played by Pearl Alexander), and Japanese court music called “Shirabyoshi” (played by Makiko Sakurai) at Rakudoan in Kanda, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance titled “Instinct Moments” with flutist Miya and guest bamboo flutist Terry Day at the Japanese old house gallery “Sakurai” in Nishitokyo, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance of calligraphy, piano & vocal, and djembe at the multi-purpose cafeteria OFFICE in Aoyama, Tokyo
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance titled “Gensho Vol 2” with classical guitarist Gen Matsuda at Sakaiki in Shinjuku, Tokyo
    •    Took part in the live event “ABEL Vol 2” at the live house WOMB in Shibuya, Tokyo
    •    Held a calligraphy workshop at the camping festival “Yuzawa Riverside Jam Camp 2012” in Yuzawa, Niigata
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance with saxophonist Rui Kunii, drummer Shigeki Tanimoto, and bassist Ryosuke Hazama at Bethania Home operated by the social welfare corporation Jiseikai in Nakano, Tokyo
    •    Held a one-person calligraphy exhibition and gave a collaborative live performance with cellist Asaka Igarashi (navigated by Kotaro Sakata) at Diners Club Ginza Lounge in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Took part in the Tokyo Lantern Festival in Nakano, Tokyo, giving a live performance and holding a calligraphy workshop
    •    Held a collaborative exhibition titled “Futari-ten Vol 4” combining calligraphy and jewelry accessory (designed by RYONA) at Arai Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Gave a Xmas live performance collaborated with violinist Harumi Koike at Casa Classica in Akasaka, Tokyo
2013
    •    Held a workshop at the Aoyama office of AXA Life Insurance in Tokyo.
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance with MEI JAZZ TRIO (pianist Kazuhiro Thujo, saxophonist Kunii_Rui, and drummer Decco Takano) at the jazz & oldies live bar Darling in Asakusa, Tokyo.
    •    Appeared as a guest on a Noh farce event titled “Japanese Mind & Traditional Art” in Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo, giving a collaborative performance with Noh farce pro Sentaro Ohkura and Noh flute player Hiroaki Terai.
    •    Participated in a live event and held a workshop as a member of the collaborative unit Taneco at the Ludens Resort and the public-house Murano Oyaji in Yuzawa, Niigata Prefecture.
    •    Appeared on a live event as a guest at JZ Brat in Shibuya, Tokyo, giving a collaborative performance with jazz pianist Takegoro Kobayashi.
    •    Held a collaborative live event titled “Kyosho Vol. 3” with flutist Asami Kitayama at Kioicho Salon Hall in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
    •    Held a planned exhibition at Sakaiki in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
    •    Gave an improvised live performance in collaboration with contrabassist Pearl Alexander at the cafeteria-gallery Eijiu in Akebonobashi, Shinjuku, Tokyo.
    •    Held a workshop at the gallery ONDEN in Harajuku, Tokyo.
    •    Opened the first store of the collaboration brand “-- en --” at the tenant space Capsule Store of the Shizuoka Isetan Department Store in Shizuoka Prefecture.
    •    Opened an exhibit and sales space for the brand “-- en --” at AIMSGELLERY in Okayama Prefecture.
    •    Opened an exhibit and sales space for the brand “-- en --” at the Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Main Store in Osaka, and participated in an anniversary event celebrating the opening of this department store.
    •    Held a collaborative live event titled “Instinct Moments” with flutist Miya and ran a workshop at the gallery Rofusya in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture.
    •    Appeared on the Osumi-Kagoshima Arts Festival 2013 in Kanoya, Kagoshima Prefecture.
    •    Gave a collaborative live performance with flutist Yukari and improvisation pianist Hisaharu Teruuchi at the gallery & live space Knuttel House in Iriya, Tokyo.
    •    Appeared as a guest on the 60th anniversary event celebrating the launch of Fissler’s pressure cookers at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo.
    •    Held a workshop hosted by the Japan America Society of Colorado at the World Trade Center, and held a live event and a workshop at Book Arts League in Denver. Her performance was featured in Rocky Mountain PBS's “Arts District” program.
    •    opened a personal exhibition and gave live performances both in Brooklyn with Jay Anderson, Frank Kinbrough, and Adam Unsworth, and at the NYC Somethin’ Jazz Club.
    •    Writes regularly for the digital magazine Vasco da Gama.
    •    An article about Setsuhi written by jazz journalist Hiroki Sugita was published in the YUCARI magazine.
    •    held a collaborative live show with jazz trumpeter Aya Takazawa at the No Bird jazz club in Ginza, Tokyo.
    •    held a collaborative live show titled “Instinct Moments” with flutist Miya and ran a workshop at the Japanese old house gallery “Sakurai” in Nishitokyo, Tokyo.
    •    held an exhibition of the 縁 (“en”) brand of accessories at the Shibuya Hikarie in Shibuya, Tokyo.
    •    held a collaborative exhibition titled “Futari-ten Vol. 5” combining calligraphy and photography (by Yoshiyuki Ohki).
    •    Will hold a workshop hosted by the Japan America Society of Colorado at the World Trade Center, and hold a live event and a workshop at Book Arts League in Denver
    •    Will hold a personal exhibition and give live performances in Brooklyn, and also appear on the live event at somethin’ jazz club in NY
    •    Will hold a collaborative liver event with jazz trumpeter Aya Takazawa at the jazz club No Bird in Ginza, Tokyo
    •    Will hold a collaborative live event titled “Instinct Moments” with flutist Miya and run a workshop at the Japanese old house gallery “Sakurai” in Nishitokyo, Tokyo
    •    Will hold a collaborative exhibition titled “Futari-ten Vol 5” combining calligraphy and photography (by Yoshiyuki Ohki)