Born in Kyoto, Japan in 1964.
Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University.
Spent most of his 20s traveling around the world.
Miida's approach is grounded in the idea of
"free expression in the natural world" and his artwork spans
drawing, prints, T-shirt design and live painting.
An exhibition of oil paintings with a Rastafarian theme,
Cool Counter, was held in 1995.
Un Gran Sol, held in 1997, was based on the theme Japanese Style.
For Deep and Late in 2000, and Blue Pain, Papaland in 2002,
his works incorporated red and blue motifs.
In addition to exhibitions, he has worked with potters in Mexico
and on wall paintings in Bangkok, Ethiopia and Baja California.
His artwork is consistently inspired by his travels around the world.