Kyoko Nobi is a dancer, choreographer and founder of the CNC (Contemporary Natyam Company).
She is renowned in Japan and India, both for her academic work as a psychologist (a graduate of Waseda University) and for her talent as a dancer.
After a training in dance of the most eclectic, it is in the field of Indian classical dance, the "Bharata natyam", that it deploys its energy and is known.
Kyoko Nobi founded the Contemporary Natayam Company (CNC) in 1985.
In the late 1980s, she worked as a dance therapist in the Hasegawa Psychiatric Hospital.
She also published a book on the history of Masala (literally "mix of spices"), popular genre of Indian cinema.
Kyoko Nobi regularly lectures at the Indian Embassy in Tokyo, the Senzoku Music University and the Global Indian International School.