In 1995, Kirin Tendo debuted in Kodansha's Julie magazine. She has been featured in teens' love magazines and youth magazines. In 2008, the story "Renai Anagram" was released, and it became so popular that it was republished in a special edition. She has become popular for her depictions of women's psychological suffering. Her works include "Seishun no Kizuna" (Akita Shoten) and "Puttanesca no Koi" (Diamond Comics).