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Taichi is the name of a main character is the Japanese anime "Digimon" Seasons 1 and, to a lesser extent, 2. I think this name is very suited for him as it means "thick one" and Tai usually jumps into things without thinking.
-- kezia12345  12/25/2007
Isn't tai chi a type of martial art?
-- bananarama  8/17/2008
It's actually ta-ichi, not tai-chi.
-- JungKyungSoon  9/16/2008
The meaning of this name reminds me of something inappropriate for children...
-- Anonymous User  12/15/2013
I think this name is cool & interesting! I do think of the character Taichi off Digimon but that's not a bad thing! It also makes me think of the martial art. =D.
-- Anonymous User  10/19/2014
Taichi Yamada is a Japanese screenwriter and novelist. His real name is Taichi Ishizaka. Born in Asakusa, Tokyo, Yamada attended Waseda University before entering the Shōchiku film studios, where he trained as an assistant director under Keisuke Kinoshita. He left the company at age 30 to focus on writing scripts for television dramas, penning such successful series as Kishibe no arubamu and Fuzoroi no ringotachi. He has also written scripts for film and the stage. As a novelist, his novel Ijintachi to no natsu (異人たちとの夏?), published in 1987, won the Yamamoto Shūgorō Prize.[2] It was translated into English, in 2004, as Strangers. Another Yamada novel, In Search of a Distant Voice, was translated and published in 2006 from a novel originally published in Japan in 1989. A third Yamada novel, I Haven't Dreamed of Flying for a While (飛ぶ夢をしばらく見ない Tobu yume o shibaraku minai?), was translated into English and published in 2008.
-- cutenose  2/13/2017

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