Originally from Tokyo, Japan, she started to study flamenco in 1994 in Boston with Omayra Amaya.
She moved back to Tokyo in 1999 and continued to study flamenco with Antonio Alonso, a former principal dancer at Ballet Nacional de España and performed many shows as a member of the Antonio Alonso Dance Company in Japan such as productions of Carmen with the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra at Suntory Hall in Tokyo.
In 2010, she moved to Hong Kong and joined Clara Ramona Dance Centre.
Founded Esencia Flamenca in 2015 and continues of studying with many artists and performing and teaching.