Being featured in the journal Yuriika (Eureka) as one of the newest, rising stars of the Japanese poetic world in 2011, her 2nd collection of poetry “Yubisasukotoga dekinai (Pointing Impossible)” was awarded 19th Chuya-Nakahara Prize in 2014. The features of her works are known for the use of ordinary words and the myth-like vision of the world. In 2016 her first book for children “Hey leaf, where is your home?” was published. She also keeps producing diverse collaborative creation with other artists such as dancers, musicians, contemporary artists, and other poets, with her sense and body of “noisy animal”.
She was invited to international poetry festivals in Lethuania (2015) and Ecuador (2017), and also to young writers meeting during the annual book fair in Cuba (2018). Some of her poems are translated into English, Spanish and Lithuanian.