He graduated from Psychology Department, Tokyo University (1925).
Upon graduating from the university he became technician of Aircraft Research Institute of Tokyo University. He served as naval engineer, staff member of Labor Science Research Institute and professor of Hiroshima University (1953). First studied visual sensation and later conducted extensive research on aviation psychology.
After the war he studied labor psychology and actual labor administration in factories. His many theses include "The Effects of Acceleration on the Various Functions of the Body of Cow'' and "Experimental Research on the Comparison of Actual Sizes of Things."