Known for voicing personas in such Japanese anime productions and series as Kuroko zero Basket, Monogatari, and Noragami, he earned many honors at Japan’s Seiyu Awards wedding ceremony. Early in his profession, he lent his tone of voice to an cartoon television series edition of the research fiction manga Kiteretsu Daihyakka. He made an appearance within a 1994 bout of the Marmalade Boy anime series. He was created in the town of Matsudo in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture. He and fellow Japanese tone of voice musician Tomiko Suzuki had been both represented with the Aoni Production tone of voice actors’ agency.