‘Yu Gi Oh!’ creator Takahashi Kazuki found dead off the coast of Japan aged 60 | app

Takahashi Kazuki, who created the hugely popular “Yu-Gi-Oh!” entertainment franchise, died at age 60, according to a report.

Kazuki was found dead in the water on Wednesday near the Japanese coastal town of Nago, prompting an investigation, Japanese public broadcasting company NHK reported, according to Variety.

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