At the age of 12, he joined a brass band and fell in love with tenor saxophone at first sight.
Michiyo studied under Mr. Yoshiyuki Hattori, an instructor at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. michiyo has participated in many contests and won many awards for his classical saxophone quartetto.

After graduating from Nagoya YAMAHA music academy, michiyo started to teach electone and piano as an instructor at YAMAHA, but quit after one year because her passion for saxophone was too strong.

Michiyo then moved from Nagoya to Tokyo to pursue saxophone as a full-fledged career.
While learning jazz performance and theory, Michiyo also began performing live in Shibuya with Grover Washington Jr. cover songs and her own original compositions.
Joined the band Dad mom god with members of Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Shinji Takeda, Silver, etc., and participated in club gigs and recordings.

1996 Guest appearance on TV Tokyo's "Tamori's Music is the World" with Dulfer {candy dulfer's father}.
michiyo has toured and recorded with many of Japan's leading singers, including Hiromi Go, Ken Hirai, Mitsuhiro Oikawa, Kiyotaka Sugiyama, and Mai Kuraki and many others.

In July 2014, she met Roberto Vally, who was visiting Japan as a bassist for PAUL BRAUN's live show at Tokyo Cotton Club, and began collaborating with him, asking him to record and arrange bass on each other's songs.
Recently, he has been giving me tracks without melodies and I have been co-writing melodies for all three songs to be released on July 7.
Michiylo has learned a lot musically from Roberto Vally and has received collaborations with some great musicians.

Japanese saxophonists tend to play FUNK, but michiyo is a very smooth saxophonist with tone and melody. michiyo is influenced by players with melody and heart, such as Grover Washington Jr. and Kirk Whalum.

1998 1st album "Theater'M"2015 

2nd "TETE"2018 

3rd "KOOL"2020

 4th "Beautiful Green"

2022 maxi single 7/7 "The Sun Still Smiles"