|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.|
|| 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.|