Given birth to and raised in Yamaguchi, Japan, Misako Kano began understanding how to play piano when she was five years of age. She studied traditional and jazz piano at colleges in Japan as well as the U.S. through the mid-’80s through 1990. Kano resided in N.Con.C. for a lot of the ’90s, worked well as home pianist in the Natural cotton Golf club (1992), and documented two albums as innovator of an organization that included Thomas Chapin. On the close from the ’90s, she resided in Tokyo, still functioning internationally. Kano released an record by the end of 1999 with the beautiful rhythm portion of bassist Tag Helias and percussionist Stomu Takeishi.