Jyutaro first performed on stage in 1975 at Toyoko Theater. In September 1977, he became an accredited master of the Wakayagi School in Kabukiza. After graduating from Law at Japan University, he began performing full-time as a dancer. He acquired his instructor license in 1979, and established his own school of Japanese dance.
In 1996, Jyutaro was appointed the 4th-generation head of the prestigious school of Wakayagi Jyukeikai dance (one of the five major Japanese dance styles created by Jyukei Wakayagi), and performed at the Meiji Memorial Hall in July of that year. In 2011, Jyutaro held a performance commemorating the 15th anniversary of Iki branch of Jukei-kai, the Wakayagi style dance group based in Tokyo at Iki Cultural Hall in Nagasaki, in addition to annual Iki branch charity dance shows. In October 2013, he held a performance commemorating his 35th anniversary as a dance master at Nihonbashi Theatre.
Jyutaro established creative dance group “Mushin” in 2013, collaborating with young Japanese dancers from other contemporary styles. Initial performances showcased in May 2014, with further performances in 2015 and 2016.
In 2016, Jyutaro hosted the 20th anniversary of his Wakayaki school name-taking ceremony as the 4th generation iemoto at Asakusa View Hotel, as well as at the Iki Cultural Hall in Nagasaki.
Jyutaro regularly performs at Nihonbashi Theatre as well as other theatres across Tokyo. He instructs at branches of his school throughout Japan, including Tokyo, Chiba, Ibaraki, Saitama, Fukuoka, and Nagasaki.