Ido Misato received her Ph.D. from the Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies Department, the University of Tokyo (2011). Her doctoral dissertation investigated the visual representations and symbolic meanings of pre-modern Japanese genre paintings. As an assistant professor at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, she researches Japanese art in multimedia and international contexts, paying particular attention to folding screens and the spaces within which they were appreciated. Her most recent research focuses from genre paintings on landscape paintings depicting bird-and-flower, gardens and famous places called meisho. She is a recipient of a grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2015- ), and is currently conducting an international collaborative research project on East Asian Art with previous Yenching fellows.
「「東洋画」としての花鳥図―十九-二十世紀初頭の朝鮮の宮廷における日本人画家の活動を通して―」“Bird-and-Flower Paintings as Examples of Oriental Painting : Japanese Painters Active in Korea in the 1910s,” The Memoirs of Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, No. 173 (Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo, March 2018)
『戦国期風俗図の文化史』（吉川弘文館、2017年）A Cultural History of Sixteenth-Century Genre Painting: Screens of Monthly Customs and the Kikkawa / Mori Clan (Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2017)