Born in Niigata in Japan, she began to learn the piano at the age of 4. Since she had 11 years old she performed on stage as soloist or chamber music player. She won the first prize at competition of Niigata prefecture in 1988. Arrived in France in 1992 she entered in Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris in classe of Fabienne Jacquinot where she acquired the execution diploma in 1993. She won the second prize of Wienner competition in Japan in 1994. She returned in France in 1995 after graduated at Tokyo College of high school. In 1996 she acquired the superior diploma then unanimously the concertiste diploma in class of Ramzi Yassa and Gérard Fremy. Then she studied at the famous Imola Academy in Italy during 3 years in the class of Lazar Berman and Piero Rattalino. Shiho finished her studies at Conservatoire Nationale Supérieur de Musique of Lyon in the class of Pierre Pontier. She also studied with France Clidat in summer course.
She was invited for the festival Roque d’Anthéron, La folle journée au Japon, concert of new talents in Paris. She performed with Joseph Calleija, Yasunori
Kawahara. She performed in France, Swiss, Spain, Italy, Morocco, Holland, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea and Japan. She co-organised the Bézyl festival of piano in Sixt-Sur-Aff (35) since
She teached at conservatory of Noyon, Chantilly, and also in New Caledonia as piano teacher and accompanist. She was official accompanist for flute class of Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris from 2008 to 2010.
She resided in Poitiers and Nantes in France, where she gave plenty of concerts, from 2013 to September 2014. She lives in Quimper (Bretagne) since September