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Taiki is a character in the Japanese show, "Sailor Moon". He is in the season that is called Sailor Stars, more likely referred to as: Stars Season, Stars, Star Season, etc.
vinvinneo  11/13/2008
Samoan town.
― Anonymous User  1/2/2016
Small suburb in Auckland New Zealand, Wai o Taiki Bay.
― Anonymous User  1/2/2016
Taiki Morii is a Japanese alpine skier and Paralympian. He competed in the 2002 Winter Paralympics in Salt Lake City, United States, where he placed sixth at the Slalom and eighth at the Giant slalom, sitting LW11.
cutenose  6/16/2017
Taiki Yamazaki is a Japanese actor and tarento. He is represented with Itoh Company.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Matsuno, is a Japanese voice actor and actor from Shinagawa, Tokyo. He is attached to Aoni Production. His real name, as well as his former stage name, is Tatsuya Matsuno. Matsuno is most known for the role of Hajime Kindaichi in Kindaichi Case Files, Koga in InuYasha and Agumon in Digimon Savers.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Murai is a former Japanese football player. Murai joined Yokohama-based Yokohama FC in 2011 after graduating from high school. On 20 December 2012, Murai joined Hong Kong First Division League club Yokohama FC Hong Kong on loan from J2 League club Yokohama FC until the end of the season. He made his debut for his new club against Kitchee on 20 January 2013. His fine performance led the team gain a draw from the defending champions of the league.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Shimada is a Japanese male badminton player from the Yonex team and educated at the Nippon Sport Science University. In 2014, he became the runner-up at the U.S. Open Grand Prix, tournament in men's doubles event partnered with Yoshinori Takeuchi. In 2016, he and Takeuchi also the semi finalist at the Malaysia International Challenge tournament.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Nakago is a former Japanese professional baseball pitcher. He was born on September 21, 1984. He is currently playing for the Saitama Seibu Lions of the NPB.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Seto is a Kansai Ki-in professional Go player. Seto became a professional player in 2000 for the Kansai Ki-in. In his first 5 years at the Kansai Ki-in, he had a spectacular record in the Oteai with 51 wins and just 3 losses through 2005. In 2000, he scored 12 wins and 0 losses. In 2001, he also scored 12 wins and 0 losses. In 2002 he finally lost his first Oteai match with a record of 11 wins and 1 loss. In 2002 his record was 8 wins and 2 losses. In the final year of the Oteai, his record was 8 wins and 0 losses. This amounted his Oteai career record to a 94.4% winning percentage. His run was stopped after the Oteai was replaced with a similar system used by the Nihon Ki-in of promotion through title winning. He won the Nagai award in 2000, along with an award for his run of wins. He is currently 7 dan and one of the strongest young players in Japan.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Nakashima is a former Japanese football player. Taiki Nakashima joined J1 League club; Sagan Tosu in 2015. March 18, he debuted in J. League Cup.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Tamukai is a Japanese football player for Mito HollyHock. Updated to 23 February 2016.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Hirato is a Japanese footballer who plays for Kashima Antlers. Taiki Hirato joined J1 League club; Kashima Antlers in 25 May 2016, he debuted in J. League Cup.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Kato is a Japanese footballer who plays for Renofa Yamaguchi. Updated to 23 February 2016.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Sekine is a professional Japanese baseball player. He plays outfielder for the Yokohama DeNA BayStars.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Tsuruno is a Japanese football player. He plays for Saurcos Fukui.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Tojo is a Nippon Professional Baseball player for the Chiba Lotte Marines in Japan's Pacific League.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Maekawa is a former Japanese football player.
cutenose  7/3/2017
Taiki Mitsumata is a Japanese professional baseball infielder for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
cutenose  7/3/2017

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