Takashi Takeuchi

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Takashi Takeuchi
Native name 武内 崇
Born (1973-08-28) 28 August 1973 (age 45)
Residence Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Visual novel developer/artist
Years active 2000–present
Known for Co-founder of Type-Moon
Notable work Tsukihime, Fate/stay night
Website www.remus.dti.ne.jp/~takeucto/

Takashi Takeuchi (武内 崇, Takeuchi Takashi, born August 28, 1973) is a Japanese artist. noted as the co-founder of Japanese visual novel and anime development and production enterprise TYPE-MOON, and for his illustrations on TYPE-MOON's visual novels, Tsukihime and Fate/stay night, which were both later adapted into anime and manga series.

He has frequently collaborated with his longtime friend and fellow TYPE-MOON co-founder, author Kinoko Nasu. In 2008, Takeuchi, along with Nasu, contributed the special scenario to the Sega/Chunsoft Wii visual novel 428: Fūsa Sareta Shibuya de, which was subsequently adapted into an anime titled Canaan.[1] His influences include Yasuhiro Nightow, Takami Akai, Shou Tajima, Yoshihiro Togashi,[2] Ken Ishikawa,[3] Yoshiaki Kawajiri,[4] and Yoshiyuki Sadamoto.[5]

His real name is Tomotaka Takeuchi(竹内 友崇)


  1. ^ "【TGS2008】「428 the animation」TYPE-MOON監修シナリオ、TVアニメに". 2008-10-12. Retrieved 2008-12-24. 
  2. ^ 竹箒Profile
  3. ^ TYPE-MOON 武内崇×奈須きのこ×OKSG スタッフ座談会第二夜
  4. ^ TYPE-MOON Character material
  5. ^ コンプティーク2006年02月号 奈須きのこ×武内崇 10000字インタビュー

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