Born in Liaoning Province, China.
Came to Japan to study after graduating from high school when she was 19.
Studied two years in Japanese language school, and four years in undergraduate university.
Graduated from the Faculty of Business Administration.
Married. Her husband’s family owned an onsen ryokan, and she worked as a waitress at the ryokan until their first son was born.
She had a deep interest and curiosity in Japanese culture, especially kimono culture, and enrolled in the basic course of Kimono Fashion College in the same year.
Entered the Toyoko Kobayashi Kimono Academy to learn more about kimono culture.
Obtained a professor’s license from the Kyoto Kimono Association.
Accompanied the Japan-China Folk Culture Exchange Mission to Nanjing and performed “Juni-hitoe”. She was also invited to Nanjing to plant 1,000 cherry trees given by a local residents’ group to commemorate the achievement of their goal. Later, she was invited to visit the Shanghai World Expo before its opening.
Established her first solo company, which was basically a business travel service at first, but later added items for the wedding business, as well as beauty care and other services.
In the following years, she has been active in the field of weddings and kimono at wedding halls, photo studios, and Hilton Hotel.
Established “fuwalu” office in Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya. Services include kimono rental, fashion seminars, and wedding beauty treatments.
“fuwalu” moved to the current Chikusa area. We accept various kinds of kimono dresses, photography and wedding business, as well as cultural experiences such as tea ceremony and folk crafts.
“fuwalu” Asakusa branch opens
1-5-8 Ikegami-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, Japan
［fuwalu］The store is located in Motoyama, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya City, which is one of the most prestigious cultural and educational areas in Nagoya, with many national and private universities in the vicinity.
Store Description：Inside there is a purely Japanese style dress space, beauty salon, photography space. We also have a Japanese garden outside.
Address：Motoyama, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya (7-8 minutes walk from Motoyama subway station)