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Takeru TAKAISHI


 

Alternative names:

T.K. TAKAISHI
高石 タケル
たかいし たける

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Human

Information:

Gender: Male
Age: 8
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Yellow/Blonde
Nationality: Japan
Takeru is the youngest Chosen Child out of the core seven. He is gentle, sweet-natured, and generous. He is also obedient and follows the Chosen Children's lead without complaints. He is also described as Hikari Yagami's "equal."
Takeru is the only Chosen Child to not attend the same school as the rest of the others initially due to living in Sangenjaya instead of Odaiba. He is younger brother of Yamato, but lives with his mother, journalist Natsuko Takaishi, instead due to a divorce between their parents.
Although Takeru was too young to remember the events of the divorce clearly, he is still affected by it and does not like to openly talk about it. Despite the distance between him and Yamato, he admires Yamato greatly and tries to be brave to "impress" him, although he begins to open up to the other Chosen Children as well, particularly Taichi.
In the sequel, Digimon Adventure 02, Takeru and his mother relocate to a new apartment building in Odaiba, where he becomes neighbors with Iori Hida and Miyako Inoue. Although he has gotten remarkably taller, his gentle personality has not changed and it makes him popular with the girls at school. He is also said to have "inherited reliability from Yamato." In addition to this, Takeru becomes the star player on his school's basketball team.
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Related anime:

Digimon Adventure Gekijouban Movie, 1999
Digimon: Digital Monsters TV, 1999
Digimon: Digital Monsters Season 2 TV, 2000
Digimon: Our War Game Movie, 2000
Digimon Movie 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown! Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals. Movie, 2000
Digimon Adventure 02 - Diablomon Strikes Back Movie, 2001
Digimon Adventure (2015) TV, 2015

Related manga:

Digimon Manga
Digimon Zero Two Manhua

Voice actors:

Hiroko Konishi, Japanese
Wendee Lee, English
Hiroaki Hirata, Japanese
Irwin Daayán, Spanish
Taisuke Yamamoto, Japanese
Doug Erholtz, English
Oliver-Kim Hasper, German
Ilona Otto, German
Diana Torres, Spanish
Péter Minárovics, Hungarian
Tatiana Dessi, Italian
Jeong Mi Bae, Korean
Guadalupe Leal Rodríguez, Spanish

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