Kazuki Takahashi


Kazuki Takahashi was born in Tokyo, Japan on October 4th, 1961 and is the Cartoonist. At the age of 60, Kazuki Takahashi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
October 4, 1961
Place of Birth
Tokyo, Japan
Death Date
Jul 4, 2022 (age 60)
Zodiac Sign
$20 Million
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Kazuki Takahashi Career

In 1981, Takahashi's one-shot manga Ing! Love Ball, submitted under the pen name Hajime Miyabi (雅はじめ, Miyabi Hajime), won the Shogakukan New Comic Award and was published in Weekly Shōnen Sunday in the same year. His serial debut was in 1986 with Go-Q-Choji Ikkiman, an adaptation of the TV sports anime of the same name, published in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine. In 1990, his one-shot Tokio no Taka was published in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump. Another manga, Tennenshoku Danji Buray, was published in the magazine from 1991 to 1992. In a 2002 interview, Takahashi later called much of his early manga work a "total flop".

In 1996, Takahashi launched Yu-Gi-Oh! under the pen name "Kazuki Takahashi" in Weekly Shōnen Jump, where it was serialized until 2004. The series became a huge success and has sold more than 40 million copies. The series has also received several media adaptations, notably an anime television series and a trading card game developed by Konami, which holds the Guinness World Record for the best-selling trading card game in history, with more than 25.1 billion cards sold as of 2011. Takahashi continued to supervise the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise following the end of the original manga's run.

In 2013, his one-shot manga Drump was released in Weekly Shōnen Jump. In 2015, Takahashi received the Inkpot Award from Comic-Con International for his outstanding contributions to comics. In 2018, Takahashi published the limited series The Comiq in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Takahashi also wrote a two-part manga, titled Secret Reverse, for the Marvel × Shōnen Jump+ Super Collaboration, which was released on Shōnen Jump+ in September 2019.


The Yu-Gi-Oh creator died trying to save three people in Japan from drowning in riptide

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 12, 2022
The 60-year-old Yu-Gi-Oh (playing cards pictured below) manga series creator was discovered off the coast of Okinawa (top right) south Japan on July 7 and was initially thought to have been snorkeling when he died. However, a recently released report by the US Department of Defense reveals that Mr Takahashi (left) put himself in jeopardy in order to save three strangers, including an 11-year-old teen.