|Year 1950||Born in Kyoto|
His father, uncle, grand father and grand-grand father were Urushi Lacquer masters too.
|1969||Another Urushi artist "Masakichi Shima" started teaching Daikai.|
|1976||Daikai began succeeding to inherit the style of Kyo makie.|
|1985||Won the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce Award at Kyoto Lacquerware exhibition.|
|1986||Held Urushi Lacquer exhibition at Kyoto Takashimaya(the largest department store in Japan).|
|1990||Exhibited at the Arts and Crafts in kyoto.|
|1991||Became a technical lecturer for the artists at the traditional industry at Kyoto.|
|1994||Opened his Kyoto Urushi lacquer school.|
|1995||Invited to display his works at INFA 1995 in Hannover, Germany.|
|1997||Won the award at the industrial techniques for the crafts in Kyoto.|
|1999||Held the first Kyoto Urushi lacquer school’s exhibition at Ko-dai temple, Kyoto.|
|2001||He has held the traditional crafts exhibition every year since 2001.|
|2008||Held Amber Makie and Lacquer works exhibition at Sogo department store.|
| 2009||Held Kyoto Urushi Lacquer exhibition at Takashimaya in Namba, Osaka.|
He lives in Kyoto now and teaches many Makie artisans Kyoto-Makie technique.