born in Tokyo on February 6, 1956. Her grandfather is a French Swiss.
She lived in Switzerland until she was fifteen.
In 1972 she made her debut as a "Choco" the Rider Girls of "Kamen Rider" (Credits was Mimi).
In 1973 she debuted as a singer by Mimi 's name from Nippon Columbia.
She released 3 singles and 1 album.
In 1978, she turned from an idol singer to a female professional wrestler.
In 1980 she went to the United States and appeared in Robert Aldrich's movie "California Dolls" starring Peter Fork.
In 1993 she moved to Hiroshima and continued religious activities.