Yu-Gi-Oh! Kazuki Takahashi, a manga artist, dies at age 60

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Kazuki Takahashi, a manga artist, dies at the age of 60

Kazuki Takahashi

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Kazuki Takahashi

Japanese manga artist and sports innovator Kazuki Takahashi is best known for inventing the Yu-Gi-Oh! With more than 25.17 billion units sold worldwide, Yu-Gi-Oh! was recognized by Guinness World Records in 2011 as the world’s best-selling commercial and marketing card game.

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The creator of the Yu-Gi-Oh manga dies at the age of 60 in an apparent accident

The body of famous manga artist Kazuki Takahashi (real name Kazuo Takahashi) was reportedly found off the coast of Nago City in Okinawa. He was now 60 years old.

According to NHK, Takahashi’s body was found by the Coast Guard on Wednesday, July 6 (using Anime Online News Network). He appeared to be using snorkel gear, increasing the risk of a diving accident. To find out exactly what caused his death, the Coast Guard and the police are actively working together.

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The first person to report the body was a passing boatman who, according to the Coast Guard, saw something swimming about 300 meters off the coast of Nago at around 10:30 a.m.

Worldwide tributes to the late manga creator began almost immediately after news of Takahashi’s death broke.

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Takahashi Kazuki Family, Early Life and Old Age

Kazuki Takahashi was born on October 4, 1961 in Tokyo, Japan. We have no information about his father and mother.

We don’t currently have much information about his personal life. We will change this half soon.

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Work as Kazuki Takahashi, what did he do for a living?

Takahashi started manga production in 1982. His first e-book, Toki no taka (often referred to as Fighting Hawk), was published in 1990. One of his early books, Tennenshoku Danji Buray (BURAY), was published in two volumes in 1991 and 1992. Takahashi did not have success until 1996, the year he launched Yu-Gi-Oh!

As a result of Takahashi’s Yu-Gi-Oh! manga published first by Bandai and then by Konami, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading card game was created. The game’s title was originally “Magic & Wizards”, a play on the names of the company that sells the Magic: The Gathering card game and the game itself (the card game’s name was changed to Duel Monsters in anime versions).

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Takahashi continues to direct Yu-Gi-Oh! Manga production since the end of the first manga run. A one-shot manga published by Weekly Shnen Jump in 2013, Dramp was based on a brand new sport developed by Kazuki Takahashi.

The manga creator received the 2015 Comic-Con International Inkpot Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to comics.

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In 2018, Weekly Shnen Jump serialized Takahashi’s restricted sequence The Comiq.

Which university did he attend?

We do not yet know anything about his academic career.

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Kazuki Takahashi’s wife, what about their connection?

We currently know nothing about his relationship.

What is Kazuki Takahashi’s net worth and annual salary?

Kazuki Takahashi has a net worth of approximately $20 million.

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Is he present on any social media sites?

It doesn’t seem to be available on any social networking platforms.

Height and weight of Kazuki Takahashi’s body

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There are some fascinating facts about Kazuki Takahashi that you should know.
Japanese nationality; Asian descent; 60 years old
Marital Status (*60*) N/A Spouse (*60*) N/A

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