Japanese guitarist known for being a founding member of the visual kei rock band SuG. They've gained popularity for their albums Tokyo Muzical Hotel, Thrill Ride Pirates, and Lollipop Kingdom.
He was previously part of a band called Travel. He helped form SuG in 2006 after Travel split up.
The band's name is related to the English word thug, but the "th" became an "s" sound due to the nature of the Japanese language.
He hails from Japan.
He and Yo-ka are both well-known visual kei musicians.