‘Art in Iwate: A Year after 3.11’, Iwate Museum of Art, Morioka, Japan.
‘Ce que l’amour me dit’ (What Love Tells Me), commissioned by Tateyama Museum of Toyama, for its permanent collection, along with installation and architectural design of exhibition room dedicated to this work.
‘diacritics: a review of contemporary criticism’, vol. 41, no. 2, entitled ‘Asia: More than Global’, 2013, Cornell University, USA.
Solo exhibition catalogue ‘Shosho Yôyô’ (Fragments of Thoughts), 2012, Cyg art gallery, Japan.
‘Arts Management Studies’, no. 12, 2011, Japan Association for Arts Management, Bijutsu Shuppan-sha, Japan.
Calligraphying the text of miniature books by Miyako Akai: ‘Magic Diary’, coupled with ‘Exchange of Diaries after 90 Years’, both special editions, 2009; ‘Letters’, 2008, all published by Kototsubo, Japan.
Ph.D. in Science of Language with the thesis: ‘Déclin et renouveau de la calligraphie japonaise 1870-1970’ (Decline and Rebirth of Japanese Calligraphy 1870-1970), École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) (Paris, France).
Master in Aesthetics, Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo, Japan).