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Teizo Takeuchi Personal information Full name Teizo Takeuchi Date of birth November 6, 1908(1908-11-06) Place of birth    Tokyo, Japan Date of death    April 12, 1946(1946-04-12) (aged 37) Place of death    Soviet Union Playing position Defender National team 1930-1936 Japan 004 00(0) * Appearances (Goals) Teizo Takeuchi (November 6, 1908 – April 12, 1946) was a Japanese football player who was part of the Japan national team for the 1936 Summer Olympics football competition in Berlin. He is the father of famous Japanese lighting designer Motoko Ishii. He served in the military and was detained in the Soviet Union following the war. In 1946, he died in a detention camp in Siberia.[1] International career statistics Japan national team Year Apps Goals 1930 2 0 1931 0 0 1932 0 0 1933 0 0 1934 0 0 1935 0 0 1936 2 0 Total 4 0 References ^ "竹内悌三 (Teizo Takeuchi)" (in Japanese). Footballjapan.jp. http://archive.footballjapan.jp/user/scripts/user/person.php?person_id=31. Retrieved 5 October 2010.  (Japanese) Japan Football Association official site v • d • e Japan squad – 1936 Summer Olympics GK Fuwa • DF Horie • FW S. Kamo • FW T. Kamo • FW Kawamoto • MF Kim • FW Matsunaga • FW Nishimura • MF Oita • GK Sano • MF Sasano • DF Y. Suzuki • FW Takahashi • DF Takeuchi • MF Tatsuhara • FW Ukon • Coach: S. Suzuki Persondata Name Takeuchi, Teizo Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 6, 1908 Place of birth Tokyo, Japan Date of death April 12, 1946 Place of death Soviet Union This biographical article related to a Japanese football defender is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e