Tsukamoto was born in Kanazawa City, Japan. He graduated from the Department of oil painting of Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music in 2005, and received a MFA from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2007. His artworks seems abstract at first glance, but within the multiple thin layers of primary colors, various shapes are shown to exist and to be visible. Combining the aesthetic of traditional Japanese art and the pointillism of Impressionist artists, Tsukamoto is an emerging Japanese young talent. Major solo exhibitions: 2004, Haruhi Museum, Aichi, Japan；2007, Gallery Countach, Tokyo, Japan；2001 and 2013, Gallery M, Aichi, Japan. Group exhibitions: 2008, “BlueDot-Asia”, Seoul Arts Center, Korea; 2011, “Flower Painting-The second harmony”, LEEAHN Gallery, Korea; 2012, “Fan de Nagoya Art Exhibition”, Nagoya, Japan; “The 11th Gunma Biennale for Young Artists”, in which he won the Gateau Festa Harada Award and the award-wining pieces are exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Gunma. Public art: 2011, Shintosu station, Kyushu Shinkansen, Japan.