Neslihan Noyan was born and grew up in Ankara. After graduating from the Fine Arts High School, she received her undergraduate degree from Hacettepe University American Culture and Literature Department. She worked as an English teacher not only in Turkey but also Japan. She lived in Japan between 1997-2000 and graduated from Ohara İkebana School of Japan and studied Japanese. She lived in the United States between 2000-2007 and she did her graduate studies on Linguistics at Syracuse University New York and taught English to foreigners in a language school. She has been working as an expert at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2008. In 2010, she wrote a book on behalf of the Japanese Year in Turkey namely “Japan as I Heard and Saw”. She did her first İkebana Exhibition with the title “All mothers are flowers” in 2018 at the Turkish American Associations’s Emin Hekimgil Gallery and the second one with the title” While waiting for Spring” in 2019 at the Japanese Foundation. She is the President of the Japanese Music and Arts Association. She is on the board of Japanese Music and Arts Association and has been directing “Hanami: Japanese Flower Observing project.