He graduated from Economics Department of Keio University (1921) and then studied at Postgraduate Department of the same university.
He became professor of Kotobu (Higher Department) of Keio University (1924). He was appointed dean of Higher Department of Keio University (1935), director of Kanagawa-ken Shoko Keizaikai (Kanagawa Prefectural Commerce Industry & Economic Society) (1943) and chief director of Yokohama Chamber of Commerce & Industry (1946) and thereafter became dean of Department of Correspondence Education of Keio University (1955) and professor of Economics Department (1949) and lecturer of Law Department of the same university.
He held several additional posts including those of lecturer of Yokohama Municipal University and director of Nihon Zaiseigakukai (Japan Society of Financial Science). Books include "Kinsei Zaisei Shisoshi" (The History of Modern Financial Thoughts) and "Zaiseigaku Soron" (General Principles of Modern Financial Science).