Kazuki Takahashi Obituary, Cause of Death – Of Yu-Gi-Oh! Manga, Japanese Artist Revealed

Kazuki Takahashi Death

Kazuki Takahashi Obituary, Death Cause: Kazuki Takahashi Is known as the creator of the internationally famous Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, who was found dead in July.

Kazuki Takahashi was last seen alive at Mermaid’s Grotto, the diving spot in southern Japan, he was a well-known celebrated Japanese Artist.

An American eyewitness saw a tall, thin man wade into waters where other swimmers were battling a deadly rip current, trying to save the life of two from drowning.

“The glare and the sunlight was kind of silhouetting him, so I didn’t see his face,”

Capt. Neda K. Othman of the U.S. Army, the witness said by phone this week. What she saw, from a distance of at least 40 feet, was his short hair, red shorts, black top, fins, and snorkeling mask.

Kazuki Takahashi’s Cause of Death

A 12-year-old girl and a man were Identified as the drowning ones, who later reached safety with help from Captain Othman’s husband and the couple’s diving instructor.

Two days later, a body was found floating off the coast of a nearby city. Japan Coast Guard officials identified him as Kazuki Takahashi, 60, the celebrated creator of the enormously popular manga and trading card game Yu-Gi-Oh! News of his death was met with an outpouring of grief on social media, in Japan and beyond.

Kazuki Takahashi Obituary

Kazuki Takahashi, an obituary, has been released for him. His family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.

Source: PinkyTimes.com

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