May 23, 1959
|Known for||Fast trigger finger speed of 16 shots per second|
16 shot per second
Takahashi became famous for his fast trigger finger speed of 16 shots per second during the 1980s and is particularly known for his use of this skill in the game Star Soldier and the Family Computer version of Star Force.
Later on in his life, his trigger speed was reduced to 130 presses per ten seconds. In the 2005-12-8 edition of Yaguchihitori show, he was only able to fire 12 shots per second. During the Star Soldier R challenge event in 2008-3-28, he fired at 12.3 shots per second.
In various fiction featuring Takahashi Meijin, the "16 shots per second" milestone became a key plot element.
The Adventure Island character was also turned into an animated series titled Bugtte Honey.
Guest starring roles in civilian form include:
- Quiz Derby
- Game Center CX
- Pop Jam
- Culture SHOwQ
- Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 (Live action)
- Tetris Party Deluxe
- Running Boy Star Soldier no Himitsu
- Bug tte Honey
- Gintama Episode 98
- Btooom! (Takanohashi)
- Barakamon Episode 4
- Hudson Soft: Shooting Watch
- Meiji Seika: Falcon High Score and Falcon Impulse ads
- Moonstar Shoes:
- Sharp: Twin Famicom
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- Takahashi Meijin Official Site
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