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Fumihiko Tachiki

 

Fumihiko Tachiki

Fumihiko Tachiki (立木 文彦 Tachiki Fumihiko, born April 29, 1961 in Nagasaki Prefecture) is a Japanese voice actor and narrator.[1]

Contents

  • Sources and publication of nautical charts 1
  • Chart correction 2
    • Limitations 2.1
  • Map projection, positions, and bearings 3
  • Electronic and paper charts 4
    • Labeling nautical charts 4.1
  • Details on a nautical chart 5
    • Pilotage information 5.1
    • Depths and heights 5.2
    • Tidal information 5.3
  • See also 6
  • Further reading 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Career

Formerly a blues singer and known for his low voice, Tachiki is best known as the narrator for the pre-fight movies for Pride Fighting Championships and currently for Dream (Japanese broadcasts only). In 2003, he and Toshiyuki Morikawa formed the band "2HEARTS", one of their works being the opening theme of Blue Seed (under the name "Takada Band"). As part of the band "2HEARTS" with Morikawa, one of their songs was featured as an ending theme for the video game "Dynasty Warriors 4: Empires."

Filmography

Television animation

Video games

Drama CD

Films

Tokusatsu

Music singles

Dubbing roles

Live-action

Animation

Interviews

  • Fumihiko Tachiki and Daisuke Sato Interview - 11/28/2006
  • Fumihiko Tachiki and Daisuke Sato Interview - 11/29/2006
  • Fumihiko Tachiki and Daisuke Sato Interview - 11/30/2006
  • Fumihiko Tachiki and Daisuke Sato Interview - 12/01/2006

References

  1. ^ Calder, Nigel. How to Read a Navigational Chart: A Complete Guide to the Symbols, Abbreviations, and Data Displayed on Nautical Charts. International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press, 2002.
  2. ^ British Admiralty. The Mariner's Handbook. 1999 edition, page 23.
  3. ^ Marine Investigation Accident Branch (2007) Report Number 18/2007.
  4. ^ See, for example, NOAA 14860 - Lake Huron 1:500,000 and NOAA 14853 Detroit River 1:15,000.
  5. ^ Nautical charts on sailingissues.com

External links

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