He left Waseda University and became a lecturer at Kokushikan University. He made great efforts to instruct at many clubs for students and the general public as well as overseas in the UK and Australia.
He was awarded 9th Dan from the Japan Aikido Association by Tomiki.
He became the 2nd President of the Japan Aikido Association and the Director of Shodokan upon the death of Tomiki.
He fell ill but persevered and after leaving the hospital resumed instructing.
He retired from lecturing at Kokushikan University. Tetsuro Nariyama took over his position.
He died in February at the age of 75.