1957 Born in Tokyo
1984 Graduated, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music,
Japanese painting
1986 Inten prize
1987 Graduated, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music School of Conservation technology Completed production of Graduation project, Graduation project purchased by Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1987 Budding Talents Group, (Tokyo, annually until ’93)
1988 Spring Inten, First entry award
Inten “Seasons Examined”, Yamagata Museum of Art collection
1990 Inten “The waterside”, Narukawa museum collection
1992 East Group (Tokyo, annually until 2001)
1993 East, Beautiful East Exhibition (Tokyo)
1996 Summer Brief Encounter Group (Tokyo, annual participant)
1997 Spring Inten “Scampering”, Purchased by Foreign Ministry
1999 S30’s Japan Exhibition (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Annual participant)
Two-person exhibition (Tokyo)
2000 Spring Inten, “Lake”, Purchased by Foreign Ministry
2001 Solo Exhibition (Tokyo Art Club)
2002 Solo Exhibition (Tobi Art Fair, Tokyo Art Club)
2003 Solo Exhibition (Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Kanagawa)
Animal painting Exhibition Japan (Kanagawa)
(Sendai Mitsukoshi Mitsukoshi Hiroshima, Sapporo Mitsukoshi)
2004 Solo Exhibition
2005 State-of-the-art modern Japanese painting artist Exhibition (Nagoya)
(Tokyo Daimaru, Shinsaibashi Daimaru) two-person show
(Kanagawa, Sendai Mitsukoshi)
2006 Solo Exhibition (Tokyo Daimaru, Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi)
2007 Solo Exhibition
(Matsuyama Mitsukoshi, Daimaru Kyoto, Sendai Mitsukoshi)
2008 Solo Exhibition
2009 Solo Exhibition (Gallery Seizan)
“Something Precious”, Group Exhibition (Gallery Seizan)
2010 “Exhibition Female painters” (Hiroshima Mitsukoshi)
2011 Solo Exhibition (Mitsukoshi Sendai, Sapporo Mitsukoshi)
Solo Exhibition (Gallery Seizan)
2012 Solo exhibition (Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi, JR Osaka Mitsukoshi Isetan,
Sendai Mitsukoshi, Daimaru Shinsaibashi)
2013 “Lines”, Group exhibition (Gallery Seizan)
“SENSU Exhibition”, Group Exhibition (Gallery Seizan)
2014 Solo exhibition “Suzuki Kiwako Japan Exhibition” (Gallery Seizan)
Exhibition and “Remain Pure Kiwako Suzuki Exhibition” (Mitsukoshi Sendai)
Associate of Japanese Art Institute,