profile of Shintaro Fujiyama
December 1, 1954 Born at Ikegami, Ohta-ku, Tokyo.
1966 Debut at the age of twelve.
1973 Admitted to the Japan Professional Magicians Association[JPMA].
1974 Entered the Nihon University.
1977 Changed the stage name from Minami Jr. to Shintaro Fujiyama, gave twenty-days' performance for announcement in Tokyo and Nagoya.
1978 Graduated from the Nihon University.
1980 Appeared on the stage of the Magic Castle in Los Angeles.
Had recitals in spring and in autumn
.
June 1981 Performed at the Magic Castle in L.A.
July 1981

Invited to PCAM convention in L.A. as a main guest performer
Appear on the TV in the USA.
Invited The International Brotherhood of Magicians World Convention in Pittsburgh, The St. Louis Magic Convention as a guest.
Went on tour of public performance around the USA
.
December 1981 Selected for the Magic of the Year 1981.
1982 Performed at the Magic Castle.
Selected for the Magic of the Year in succession for two years
.
1984 Elected to a member of the directors' board of the JPMA.
1985 Organized the Tokyo Illusion, the great illusion team.
1986 Guested in the New York World Magic Symposium.
1987 Won the second prize in the Japan Close-up Magic Grand Prix.
1988 With the 18th recital, entered the Cultural Agency Art Festival, won the Best Artist Prize.
1991 Established Tokyo Illusion Co.,Ltd.
Elected to a member of the executive directors of JPMA
.
1992 Elected to the president of Japan Region of the Society of American Magicians[SAM].
August 1992 directed the 1st World Magic Symposium in Tokyo sponsored by SAM Japan.
July 1993 Guested in the SAM National Convention in New Orleans.
August 1993 directed the SAM Japan 2nd World Magic Symposium in Tokyo.
July 1994 Guested in the FISM World Magic Congress in Yokohama.
Won the Best Artist Prize for the second time; for the first time in the category of magic
.
July 1996 Guested in the SAM National Convention in Las Vegas.
1998 Awarded the grand prix in the Art Festival of the Cultural Agency of Japan; being the only one artist who have won the Best Artist Prize for three times before now.
Guested in Hawaii Magic World Convention.
Guested in Taiwan Magic World Convention
.
1999 Guested in Hong Kong Magic World Convention.
Guested in Guilin China Magic World Convention.
2000 Guested in the FISM World Magic Congress in Lisbon.
July 2002 Guested in the 100th Anniversary of SAM National Convention in New York.
2003 Performed in the Magic Castle in Los Angeles as Japan Week. (all members are Japanese)
Guested in the 8th Los Angeles Conference on Magic History.
2005 Guested in the SAM National Convention in Austria.
Guested in the SAM National Convention in Boston
.
2006 Guested in the Colombe d'Or Convention.
2007 Elected to the vice-president of JPMA.
July 2007 Guested in the FISM World Magic Congress in Beijing.