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A guitarist living in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture.

In 2002, he moved to Okinawa at the age of 18 and started band activities.

Joined (formed) various bands regardless of genre, and devoted themselves to live activities at live houses in various parts of Okinawa.

Eventually, he will gradually expand his activities, such as releasing albums with his band and live tours all over the country.

In 2014, he started his solo activities as a project by the live house "7th Heaven Koza" in Okinawa City.

The following year, in 2015, he released his solo album "First Impression". Contains 6 original guitar instrumental songs.

From around this time, he began to perform activities other than just as a band guitarist, such as support and house bands.

As a host band, he has performed with many top players visiting Okinawa.

Return home in 2018.

Without joining the band, he develops support and activities under the name of solo nationwide.

In June 2019, at the cafe "R50" in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, he will perform his first live performance under his solo name after returning home.

Furthermore, in December of the same year, a one-man live event "Start Line" was held at the Lifelong Learning Center Hall in the city. Sold out capacity of 300 people.

Registered as the only guitarist in the "Seki City Artist Bank" operated by the Seki City Culture Division (as of 2021.4.6).

In October 2020, the flagship program "Gitalist Shitaro's Time to say Good Night" started broadcasting on the Internet radio station "Minowa Radio Broadcasting Station" transmitted from Mino City, Gifu Prefecture. (Every Friday from 21:15)

In November of the same year, the distribution solo live "Start Line 2020" was held.

In March 2021, the live video "Start Line 2020 THE MOVIE" was released, which recorded the event.

After 2020, we will build a music production environment at home and respond to requests for music production including jingles and BGM, and guitar recording.

At the guitar maker, he monitors two companies, "K. Yairi" and "ESP".

In addition, the guitar strap is supported by "Kawamasa".

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