SUBARU encountered a traditional Japanese performing art in his early age partially due to his mother who managed a group of Japanese drumming.
After he gave up on skateboarding, he entered the world of street dancing.
As he entered his high school, he established a group named SODEEP.
He proved his talent utilizing his influence from the traditional Japanese performing art and he was not scared to dance in front of crowds.
In 1998, he appeared on a TV program called "RAVE 2001" after passing an audition held by TRF, a very famous artist group in Japan.
Since then, he expanded his career as dancer, choreographer, stage director, music creator and videographer.
He is creating new possibilities of entertainment as a new type of creator through dancing as a tool.