Rinichi was born in Handa city of Aichi Prefecture in the 2nd year of the
Taisho era as an eldest son of a sundriesman.
In 1948, he went to Tokyo and became a disciple of Kawabata Ryushi.
After the initiation, Rinichi standed out soon, he was accpeted for the
Seiryu-Sha Exhibitions for several times.
He was accepted for the Nitten Exhibitions from the 9th held in 1953 to
the 13th in a series.
In 1954, he went to Kyoto and became a disciple of Nishiyama Suisho.
Rinichi was accepted for the Shin-Nitten Exhibitions from the first held
in 1958 to the 9th in a row.
In 1978, he became a teacher of the Nagoya University of Arts.
He deceased in March of the 13th year of the Heisei era at the age of 89.