After World War Two, as soon as he returned from Siberia he had his vision. He focused on his art. He experimented with various means at his disposal, All in order to expand the technique which deeply influenced him and was the source of his enthusiasm. Thank God the Master’s wife waited and took care of the children all that time. When The Master returned home, he began dyeing fabric, earning very little. And, as he said, he suffered a lot, because he had to pay for the children’s breakfast at school, but there was no money. His captivity had been an ordeal, but when he came back to Japan, he had to lead a very modest life. And it was only thanks to all his efforts to contribute to Tsujigahana art, that he was able to earn fame.