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1953 Born in Osaka, Japan. Completed the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts.
1982 Worked in the Conservation Techniques Laboratory, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts (-1987).
Engaged in research on techniques and conservation and restoration of Buddhist statues carved and painted in wood.
2002 "Support for the 1,250th Anniversary of the Opening of the Great Buddha: Satoshi Yabuuchi in Todaiji Temple - Sun and Flowers" (Todaiji Kinsokukaikan)
2003 "Kurayoshi: Green Sculpture Prize" "The 21st Hirakushi Denchu Prize
2005 Special Exhibition "The World of Satoshi Bannai in Daigoji Temple" at Reihokan Gallery and Sakura Garden, Daigoji Temple
2007 "The World of Satouji Hannai in Kofukuji Temple - Autumn Festival of Kofuku Doji -" (Kofukuji Temple, Honinbo Nai Daiendo, East Room, North Garden)
2008 "Sento-kun", the official mascot character of the 1300th Anniversary of Nara Heijo-kyo Capital (Nara)
International Asian Art Fair, Park Avenue, U.S.A.
Hong Kong International Arts and antiques Fair 2008 (Hong Kong)
Formed "Heisei Gigakudan," a masked butoh dance company
Since 1984, he has held numerous solo exhibitions in New York, Paris, and other cities as well as in Japan.
Currently Professor of Conservation of Cultural Properties, Graduate School, Tokyo University of the Arts
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