Name Takeshi - meaning, origin, popularity 

Takeshi name meaning

What does Takeshi mean?

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Japanese
Usage: Japanese
Meaning: Warrior, Military and Bamboo Unbending One
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Specifically used in Japanese uncustomary, Takeshi is used as a gender insensitive name, meaning of Takeshi is "Warrior, Military or Bamboo Unbending One" came from Japanese. Takeshi is variant of Takeo. Takeo means Gentleman, Strong As Bamboo and Hero is of Japanese origin.

Variants of Takeshi

Takeo, Takeshea

Names that rhyme with Takeshi

How popular is the name Takeshi?

Takeshi is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1912 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1924, it ranked 1106th when 42 boys were named Takeshi. Over 689 people have been named Takeshi in United States. But an extremely popular name in Japan where every 1 in 300 have the name. According to our evaluation, over 540000 babies have been named Takeshi globally.

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What numbers say about Takeshi?

You prefer to fight your battles alone. You tend to play cold so you don't get hurt. You are selective when it comes to friends. You care about the people you love deeply but can imagine living without them. Others see you as perfect, so start acting so. Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own. Although you don't pay much attention to your surroundings, you always pay attention to the people you love and the things you care.

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Famous people named Takeshi

    Takeshi Araki, Araki was elected mayor of Hiroshima in 1975
  • Takeshi Urata, made with: K. Suzuki M. Inoue O. Muramatsu T. Niijima S. Inoda Y. Banno A. Natori W. Kakei M. Kizawa Y. Shimizu H. Shiozawa N. Satō T. Kagawa
  • Takeshi Nagata, Japanese geophysicist
  • Takeshi Asami, Japanese race car driver
  • Takeshi Noda, Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party
  • Takeshi Miyazawa, comic book artist
  • Takeshi Nishimoto, classically trained guitarist and composer
  • Takeshi Morishita, Japanese physician and scholar on cardiological imaging
  • Takeshi Seyama, Japanese film editor from Tokyo
  • Takeshi Yasuda, Japanese potter who was born in Tokyo
  • Takeshi Kawamura, Combining all of these influences, Kawamura’s early plays, created with Daisan Erotica, included 'Radical Party', about a group of young, nihilistic male prostitutes
  • Takeshi Mizukoshi, Japanese photographer
  • Takeshi Tokuda, Japanese politician serving in the House of Representatives
  • Takeshi Hayashida, Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party
  • Takeshi Hosaka, Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party
  • Takeshi Shina, Japanese politician of the Democratic Party of Japan
  • Takeshi Amemiya, economist specializing
  • Takeshi Umehara, philosopher
  • Takeshi Kitano, was released in Japan in November 2005
  • Takeshi Kaga, Kaga was born on October 12
  • Takeshi Kaneshiro, Taiwanese-Japanese actor and singer
  • Takeshi Aono,
  • Takeshi Kusao,
  • Takeshi Kaikō, Kaikō was
  • Takeshi Obata, Japanese manga artist that usually works as the illustrator
  • Takeshi Honda, Takeshi Honda was born on 23 March 1981
  • Takeshi Ueda, Takeshi was born in Yokohama, Japan
  • Takeshi Rikio, Japanese retired professional wrestler
  • Takeshi Inoue, martial artist
  • Takeshi Okano, Japanese manga artist known both for his own works as well as being the collaborative artist with manga writers such as Shou Makura and Tatsuya Hamazaki
  • Takeshi Konomi, Japanese manga artist
  • Takeshi Caesar, and won the Asia Pacific Kickboxing Federation Welterweight Championship
  • Takeshi Okada, 2003, 2004
  • Takeshi Fukuda, director of photography for many anime television and movie productions
  • Takeshi Morishima, professional wrestler
  • Takeshi Watabe, Japanese voice actor
  • Takeshi Sakurada, lieutenant general
  • Takeshi Aragaki, Japanese professional Go player
  • Takeshi Honda, Japanese animator, designer
  • Takeshi Okumura, pool player
  • Takeshi Fuji, Hawaiian-born Japanese former professional boxer
  • Takeshi Yoshida, is chief engineer for the 2000 Toyota Corolla and a Senior Managing Director of Toyota Motor Corporation
  • Takeshi Yagi, Japanese TV director/producer whose credits include Tsuburaya Productions' popular Ultra Series
  • Takeshi Iwaya, officeholder
  • Takeshi Abo, musical artist
  • Takeshi Nozue in Fainaru Fantajî Sebun Adobento Chirudoren as Director
  • Takeshi Koike in Jûbê ninpûchô as Animation Department
  • Takeshi Furusawa, is a Japanese Film Director.
  • Actor Takeshi Azuma, well-known for TV series Yae no sakura
  • Takeshi Ikeda played the vital character of N in 1997 flick Nurenure hakui: Motto oku made.
  • Takeshi Sakamoto characterized the crucial character of Kihachi in 1935 flick Hakoiri musume.
  • In 1974 action and adventure flick, Kamen Raidâ X: Go-Nin Raidâ tai kingu Dâku, Takeshi Sasaki portrayed Hayato Ichimonji and Kamen Rider 2.
  • Takeshi Wakamatsu portrayed central character of Rei Aku in 1994 drama and horror flick Enjeru dasuto.
  • Takeshi Yamato, from 1996 action flick Shuranosuke Zanma-Ken: Yôma Densetsu, who characterized Dogan.
  • Takeshi Shima played vital role of Kôichi Kihara in 1970 drama flick Segura magura: shinitai onna.
  • Takeshi Okimura characterized vital character of Koichi, Nianchan in 1959 drama flick Nianchan.
  • Takeshi Nagaike played the main role of N in 2003 movie Tanikawa Miyuki: Kôkô kyôshi: Yogosu!.
  • Takeshi Hashimoto played the leading role of N in 1968 flick Shôwa genroku Tokyo 196X-nen.
  • In 2005, Takeshi Yamamoto portrayed the role of Bitou in comedy, romance flick Pîkan fûfu.
  • In 1926, Takeshi Kimura portrayed the role of N in drama flick Kurotegumi Sukeroku: zenpen.

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