- 1 Description
- 2 Biography
- 3 Other appearances
- 4 Techniques
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Trivia
- 7 External links
Description[edit | edit source]
Having featured in the [[Captain Tsubasa (1981)|original manga, he is known as a substitute keeper for some Japanese categories. He is a giant player who was a challenging contestant in the Yomiuriland tournament. He also appeared as a minor character in the U-13 International tournament and commenting about Makoto Soda to Nankatsu and Jito in the first round of the 16th National middle school tournament. He has had very few appearances since then in the manga.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Kids' Dream arc[edit | edit source]
He appeared as a good keeper, with quick reflexes despite his large body. When he first met Tsubasa and Nankatsu SC in Tokyo, he said that since Wakabayashi wasn't there, the best keeper of the tournament would be him. However, in the match between Nankatsu and Naniwa, Tsubasa had proved that Nakanishi was way under Wakabayashi by scoring from outside the penalty area. The match ended up in a 5-1 victory for Nankatsu. Tsubasa told him that if he had put all his spirit properly into taking the ball he might have succeeded. He was named as the third goalkeeper in the top 20 players of the 6th Yomiuriland national junior tournament.
Boys' Fight arc[edit | edit source]
Battle of World Youth arc[edit | edit source]
In the prologue, Nakanishi appears as one of the members of Tatsunami high school with Makoto Soda, on a round of the National high school tournament in Japan against Hyuga's Toho Academy high school.
Golden-23 arc[edit | edit source]
Rising Sun arc[edit | edit source]
Other appearances[edit | edit source]
Nakanishi is a benched keeper, being the third option or U-13 Japan, being benched together with Ishizaki. In the training camp, he does play as a sweeper-defender since he plays as a defender against Tsubasa, who was playing as a forward in the opposite team.
Nakanishi appears in the character roaster in Captain Tsubasa ZERO - Kimero! Miracle Shot.
Techniques[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Taichi Nakanishi/Techniques
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Taichi Nakanishi/Gallery
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- He is known as Theo Sellers in some European countries.
- He is known as Borjini in some Latin American countries.
- Taichi's tendency to stick his tongue to the side while talking and saving low shots is possibly a homage to Peko-chan