Student, Kyoto University, 1931. Graduate, National University Japan, 1929. Doctor of Medicine, Kyoto University, 1934.
Lecturer internal medicine, Kyoto (Japan) U., 1939-1941; director department pathology, Osaka Prefectural Sengokuso Hospital of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, 1941-1945; director, Dainippon Zoki Institute for Medical Research, 1947-1961; director, Nippon Zoki Institute for Constitutional Diseases, 1962-1980; adviser, Nippon Institute Constitution Diseases, Osaka, Japan, since 1985. Advisory Nippon Zoki Pharmaceutical Company Ltd., 1968-1980. Practice medicine specializing in allergy and autonomic nervous system, Osaka.
Fellow American College Chest Physicians (emeritus). Member Japan Society Allergy (honorary member, award 1970), Japan Society Internal Medicine (counselor), Japan Society Endocrinology (counselor), Japan Society Neurovegetative Research (counselor, award 1988), Japan Society Angiocardiology (counselor) Japan Society Constitution (counselor), International Society Biometeorology, Japan Christian Medical Association.
Married Yoshiko Aoyagi, November 17, 1930. 4 children.