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The creator of Yu-Gi-Oh! is found dead in the sea. Takahashi Kazuki

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Surely you’ve heard of Yu-Gi-Oh! whether your kids played the cards or that you played and unfortunate news came out of this world of trading cards and even a TV show because the creator, Takahashi Kazuki, was found dead. Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported that Takahashi, 60, was found floating in the sea wearing snorkeling gear near Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture on Wednesday. The body was identified as Takahashi’s on Thursday after the Japan Coast Guard linked it to a white car that had been abandoned about 7 miles away.

The Coast Guard said the creator traveled alone to Okinawa and his body showed no obvious signs of injury, so authorities are continuing to investigate the cause of death. Who was Takahashi Kazuki? Takahashi, real name Kazuo Takahashi, started out as a manga artist in the 1980s and starred in the 1996 Yu-Gi-Oh! and with the accompanying trading card game. The Yu-Gi-Oh! grew so large that it included television shows, spin-offs, and video games. The Impact of the World of Yu-Gi-Oh! It so happened that only in April last year in Charlotte a championship of these cards was held in a two-day event held by Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. company.

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