Singer whose songs have been used as themes for a number of popular Japanese films and television shows, including Bleach, Colorful and Nakanai to Kimeta Hi. Her first album, Guitarissimo (2011), debut at the top of Oricon's album charts.
She moved to Tokyo as a small child and began writing her own songs at age 15. She signed with Sony Music Entertainment Japan as a junior in high school.
She made her acting debut playing a flautist in the film Maestro! (2015).
Her father sparked her love of music.
She performed the song "Good Bye Days" as a duet with singer Yui.