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I remembered the game show entitled Takeshi's Castle for this.
-- rinkachic  8/4/2005
Takeshi Kovacs is the name of the central character in Richard K. Morgan's novels Altered Carbon, Broken Angels and Woken Furies.
-- shijin  11/10/2005
Takeshi Kaneshiro (most beautiful man alive) :)
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2007
Takeshi is the name of the main character in "The Obsidian Key" by Eleanor J. Cramphorn.
-- amelie  1/10/2009
I had a mind baby who was blind and his name was Takeshi.
-- Milkweeddragon  7/19/2015
Takeshi Aoki is a Japanese footballer who plays for Japanese club Sagan Tosu. He made his international debut for Japan on August 20, 2008 in a friendly against Uruguay at Sapporo Dome.
-- cutenose  2/7/2017
Takeshi Urata was a Japanese astronomer. He was a prolific discoverer of asteroids, observing at Nihondaira Observatory.
-- lilolaf  2/9/2017
Takeshi Obata is a Japanese manga artist that usually works as the illustrator in collaboration with a writer. He first gained international attention for Hikaru no Go (1998โ€“2003) with Yumi Hotta, but is better known for Death Note (2003โ€“2006) and Bakuman. (2008โ€“2012) with Tsugumi Ohba. Obata has mentored several well-known manga artists, including Nobuhiro Watsuki of Rurouni Kenshin fame, Black Cat creator Kentaro Yabuki, and Eyeshield 21 artist Yusuke Murata.
-- lilolaf  2/14/2017
Takeshi Kaneshiro is a Taiwanese-Japanese actor and singer. In 1992, Kaneshiro made his singing debut, entering the business with the nickname Aniki, meaning 'older brother' in Japanese. His debut album was Heartbreaking Night (1992). Contracted to EMI, he wrote many of his own Mandarin and Cantonese songs. The following year, his popularity propelled him into acting and he no longer produces any commercial music.
-- cutenose  2/16/2017
Takeshi Kaga is a well-known stage and movie actor in Japan who is probably best known internationally for his portrayal of Chairman Kaga in the Japanese television show Iron Chef produced by Fuji TV.
-- cutenose  2/20/2017
Takeshi Konomi is a Japanese manga artist, known for creating the manga series The Prince of Tennis which ran from 1999 to 2008. Every year the National Tax Agency releases a list of the highest income tax payers for entertainers in Japan. The higher someone's income tax, the higher their actual presumed earnings; however it is possible for a person to have paid more taxes than another person who made more money. Takeshi Konomi placed number nine on this list in 2002.
-- cutenose  2/20/2017
Takeshi Morishima is a retired Japanese professional wrestler. Morishima is best known for his work with Pro Wrestling Noah (Noah) in Japan and has also performed for Ring of Honor (ROH) in the United States in the past. He is a former three-time GHC Heavyweight Champion and one-time ROH World Champion. Morishima currently holds a position on Noah's board of directors.
-- cutenose  2/20/2017
Takeshi Utsumi is a dedicated former Fulbright Scholar who has, for some decades, devoted himself to experimenting with and demonstrating the technology that can bring needed learning, health care and perhaps "peace to everyone on our planet." He is the founder and vice president for "Technology and Coordination" of the Global University System, and is the co-editor of a new book about that project, Global Peace Through The Global University System. The book has been published at the University of Tampere in Finland. Because of his belief that the spread of education is essential for ultimate global peace, Utsumi decided to find people with similar thoughts and to spread these beliefs. Beginning as an individual, Utsumi built an e-mail network from the "bottom-up" of people who share the dream. These people then began to join him in experiments and demonstrations of possibilities for using information technologies to bring affordable, essential learning to those parts of the developing world that have been difficult to reach. Peace gaming is a neologism coined by Utsumi to describe non-military global simulations, or simulations that involve both military and civilian variables.
-- cutenose  2/20/2017

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