Dragon scale. The inspiration came down to me, visiting a Japanese shrine. The image of the dragon scale, shining brightly in a variety of colors like the surface of water. In Japan, the dragon is appreciated as the God of water. To express the non-existent excites me. I use tools for making sweets and sugar art, squeezing and painting sugar.
Sugar artist / Pastry chef
Japan, Fukui native Born in 1991
Based in Kobe, I make ornamental wedding cakes and also work as a school instructor.
Sugar art is a technique for decorating cakes with edible ingredients, mainly sugar.
Sugar art works designed on canvas can be stored semipermanently.
I break the notion that “Patissier is the cake maker”
Sugar artist draws a picture with sugar.
I started the industry's first sugarart performance.
Shrine x Music x Sugar art
Philosophy ... I want to make many people happy by making use of strengths beyond the boundaries of the industry.
Vision ... I want to create a world where many people who can express themselves are born
2019 Kobe / 61th Christmas Cake Contest Sugar Art Division Grand Prize
2018 UK / Cake International small decoration Division Bronze Award
2018 Tokyo / Sugar Craft Contest Piping Award
2015 Kobe / Sugar Art EXPO Bronze Award
2014 Kyoto / Sugar Art EXPO Bronze Award
2008 BS Fuji 1st Sweets Koshien Tournament Winner
2019 Fukui / Keyakokuryu Shrine Sugarart Performance
2019 Aomori / Uto Shrine Sugarart Performance
2019 Aichi / Tatsuki Shrine Sugarart Performance
2019 Kobe / Hashiudo Shrine Sugarart Performance & Solo Exhibition
2018 France / Japan Expo Exhibition
2017 Fukui / Cake Decoration Class Wilton Fukui open
2016 Convenience Suites produce
- $1,001 - $5,000