He served with Civil Engineering Bureau of Home Ministry and then as Governor of Yamagata and Yamaguchi prefectures. Later he became director of Population Bureau of Welfare Ministry and Vice-Minister of Welfare in 1941. He served then as chief director of Saiseikai Society.
He began practice of law in 1946. He was appointed technical adviser of Standing Committee for Local Administration of House of Councilors (1950). He made extensive tour of Europe and America.
Books include Doboku Gyosei Yogi (Essentials of Civil Engineering Administration) and Tochi Shuyo-ho (Land Expropriation Law).