Born Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
Education : Ph.D in Pharmacy from Tokyo University; Master in Ikebana, Japanese Flower Arrangement; Painting in watercolor under the guidance of SUNY Plattsburgh Faculty 1981-1986; Critiques from Robert Johnson at Achenback Foundation in California 1990.
Holdings : Butler Institute of American Art; Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum in CA; J.V. Zimmerlie Art Museum at Rutgers; Kaiser Permanente; Mariott Suite Hotel in Reston, VA; National Museum of Women in the Arts; Nyuzen-machi in Toyama-ken, Japan; Pharmacia & Upjohn in Peapack, NJ; Press Republican in Plattsburgh, NY; Plemmons Collection of Contemporary Arts at Appalachian State University; Redwood City Public Library; SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum; San Francisco Art Commission; Springfield Art Museum; Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University.
Commission : Painting of Koi for Redwood City Public Library.
Exhibits : (one-man) Noriko Hasegawa at SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum 1998; Feature Artist Exhibition at San Mateo County Expo Center 1991; Watercolors at Stanford Faculty Club 1990; Watercolors at Student Union Art Gallery at San Francisco State University 1988.
Exhibits : (group) Paper and Clay at Ren Brown Collection Gallery in Bodega Bay, CA 2001; AIM for Arts at Federationof Canadian Artists in Vancouver, BC 2000; Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolor at Old Forge, NY 2000; Rocky Mounty Watermedia Exhibition 2000, 1994, 1989, 1986; San Diego Art Institute Annual Exhibition 2000; Roso Kai Watermedia Exhibition at Shinkjuku Cultural Center in Tokyo 1999; Water and Wood at Quicksilver Mine Co Gallery in Sebastopol, CA 1997; Watecolor, Best of the West at Boise State University 1994; Objects, However Humble, Still Life Exhibition at Sonoma County Museum of Visual Arts 1994; France-Japan Exhibition at Grand Palai inParis and Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and Osaka City Museum of Art 1994; A view of one's own at J.V. Zimmerlie Art Museum 1994; Two Artists Exhibition at Student Union Art Gallery San Francisco 1993; Asian-American Contemporary Art Exhibition 1992; East Meets West in Watercolor at Marin County Civic Center 1991; Time & Light at Napa Valley College Gallery 1990; National Academy of Design Biennial Exhibition 1986 Awards : Best Transparent Watercolor Award 1994 from Triton Art Museum Biennial in Ca; Gold Award 1996 California Watercolor Association; John Young Hunter Memorial
Award from Allied Artists of America 1999; Juror's Mention from Butler Institute Midyear Show 2001; Medal of Honor Kathleen Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Exhibition 1994; Merit and Purchase awards from Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum Biennial Exhibition; Springfield Art Museum Purchase Award 2000.