Sayaka Takami

Sayaka was born and grown at the riverside in Taisho ward (Osaka), so her inspiration always comes from water scene. Murmuring of a stream, sea ripples comfortably moving back and forth and the moon reflected on the calm lake surface are the sources of her creation. Sayaka studied transformation of communication at the Kobe University, then got an MBA in marketing from the University of Leicester, UK. She currently lives very close to Lake Biwa. Running, reading and creating something new are her passion.
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