He graduated from Tokyo University in 1921.
After graduating from Tokyo University in 1921 he stayed behind as an instructor to become assistant professor in 1938 and eventually professor of the university's Industrial Technique Research Institute in 1950. He was conferred a doctorate for his study on applied physics in 1936.
Since the end of the war he gained a reputation as a manufacturer of electron microscopes of high efficiency. He was a director of the Electron Microscope Society and a central figure in physics circles. Also he was a supervisor to Applied Physics Society and member of Japan Physics Society. Among his works are "Outline of Fundamental Dynamics" and "Electron Microscopes".