Born in 1984 in Tokyo, Japan, graduated Kyoto University and went on a scholarship with FABRICA, Benetton's Communications Research Center. He works internationally in the fields of audiovisual art, architecture, info-graphics and programming.
Tokuyama worked together with architects such as Kengo Kuma and Junya Ishigami by designing and developing softwares. He was nominated for Iakov Chernikhov Prize in 2010 for his contributions to architecture.
Since 2009, Tokuyama has been based in Paris and working for Ryoji Ikeda's main installation and concert pieces.
Tokuyama had audiovisual concerts in collaboration with Takeshi Kurosawa (Sora). He took part in group shows besides Arata Isozaki's exhibition in Venice Biennale in 2012.