Takeshi Mori (announcer)
|Native name||森 武史|
December 2, 1959|
Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
|Other names||森 たけし|
|Occupation||Deputy manager of the Information Program Center, Information & Sports Department
Takeshi Mori (森 武史 or 森 たけし Mori Takeshi?, born on 2 December 1959 in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese television parsoality and works for Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation as the deputy manager of the Information Program Center, Information & Sports Department.
He entered Yomiuri TV as a television announcer in 1983, and won the 1987 Silver Award from the Shingo-Ryūkōgo Taishō (lit. "Neologism-Buzzword Prize") with Jiro Shinbo for creating the buzzword neologism Nangiyanā (なんぎやなぁ?) in response to the losing streak of the Hanshin Tigers during that time period.
- "1987 流行語部門・銀賞「なんぎやなぁ」" (in Japanese). Jiyukokuminsha. 1987. Retrieved 2009-07-12.
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