After returning to Japan, she aspired to sing and dance, and in her twenties she performed on the stage of Japan’s famous all-female Takarazuka Revue. There she first experienced the splendor of delivering dreams and happiness. In 2017 MIHO started painting again, and since then she has participated in a charity thumbhole exhibition (all exhibited paintings approximately 6″x 9″) every year. IN 2019, MIHO lost her beloved dog, and works that she painted to express her feelings of gratitude for him and for his current state in heaven were selected for the All Japan Art Exhibition. With that opportunity, and feeling that her beloved dog was encouraging her, she truly began her art activities in earnest. Through art, MIHO aims to create a world full of love and to contribute to society by delivering healing, dreams, and happiness. MIHO creates her paintings with motifs of animals, plants and beautiful objects by placing oil paints on acrylics, sometimes decorating them with glitter or natural stones, finishing each as a gorgeous work.