Kazuki Takahashi, the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh, died trying to save sinking swimmers from the drain in Okinawa


Kazuki Takuhashi at Comic-Con in San Diego.Photo source: IMDB

The death of Kazuki Takahashi, the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh, shook the world at the beginning of this year in 2022.After a short search, the authorities regained the artist’s body off the coast of Okinawa.

According to the new report of the witness, it seems that the last moments of Takahashi were spent at an attempt to save another after a tide appeared in the mermaid cave.

Kazuki Takuhashi is a legendary hero

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, A 49-year-old soldier of the American army, Major Robert Bourgeau, was recommended to a soldier’s medal after he saved three people in front of a tide in the mermaid cave in ONA in Okinawa on July 4, 202.Bourgeau unknown at the time, 60-year-old Takahashi tried to help in a rescue operation before he was involved in the tide.

“You often play the game” What would happen, “Bourgeau added …” This man had a huge impact on the world. ”

May.Robert Bourgeau in the mermaid cave.Photo: Stars and stripes

According to the Japanese coasting official, Takahashi’s body was discovered two days later, about 300 meters from the shore in Awa in the city of Nago.Takahashi’s rented car was finally discovered in the mermaid cave.

While the spokeswoman for the Coast Guard refused to confirm the role of Takahashi in an attempt to save, the army gave many testimonies of sworn witnesses confirming Yu-Gi-Oh!Heroes of the creator.

Details of the tragic incident of July 4, 2022.

In the afternoon of July 4, 2022, Bourgeau, a diving instructor, met two students in the mermaid cave, where the army officer described the conditions as “really, really difficult.”Bourgeau recalls how he saw a Japanese begging for help and indicating her 11-year-old daughter and a 39-year-old American soldier caught by a current tearing about 100 meters from the shore.Six feet waves allegedly hit people, creating a spin effect.

Bureau jumped into the electricity and headed straight to the girl, but soon he tired when he tried to bring her back ashore.Soon he fell into her mother, who was also caught into the current.”I caught my mother and (girlfriend) and just pressed for the rest of my life,” Bourgeau recalls.

Takuhashi also entered the water at some point in the incident.While Bourgeau didn’t see Takahashi during a rescue operation, his students noticed him before he disappeared under the rough waves.”He is a hero,” said Bourgeau about the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh!”He died, trying to save another person.”

Bureau finally brought his mother and her daughter back to the shallow.He was so exhausted that he risked drowning and could not physically save a 39-year-old soldier.On the other hand, Bourgeau was able to lead a soldier out of the vortex, saving his life.

The 60-year-old Japanese icon was dressed in diving equipment.Initially, it was thought that his death was a consequence of the diving incident, and unclean plays were immediately excluded by local officials.

Takahashi, a well-known name in the world of manga, anime and board games, published for the first time Yu-Gi-Oh!Manga in 1996.The title became a cultural sensation, inspiring a lot of sequels, spinoffs, anime programs, anime films and, of course, an extremely successful card game.