He left Tokyo University of Commerce without graduating (1934). He became a diplomatic student secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was assigned in the U.S.A.
He was appointed third secretary of the Japanese Embassy in America (1941). After the end of the war he held various posts at Ministry of Trade and Industry. He was appointed director of the Overseas Office at Buenos Aires (1952), director of the Provisional Repatriations Office of the Asia Bureau and director of the Repatriations Department of the Asia Bureau of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1955).