Takako Kawaguchi

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Takako Kawaguchi
Employment history:
Role(s): Artist

Takako Kawaguchi (川口 貴子) is a graphic and character design artist. She used the alias Choko (チョウコ) during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Works include the first two Phantasy Star games, Disney's Illusion series, two titles based on the French comic The Adventures of Astérix and two spin-off titles based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series. She later worked on arcade games under Sega AM2.

Choko is best-known for being a showgirl on JoyJoy Telephone[1][2][3] A recording of this can be heard on the album Service Games 01[4][5] Takako Kawaguchi is considered one of the "3 Sega Girls", alongwith Miki Morimoto and Chieko Aoki, all of them very well known among hardcore Japanese Sega fans in the 80's.[6]

She is married to Hiroyuki Kawaguchi[7].

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Magazine articles

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