Mitsuaki Takeda (武田 光秋 is a supporting character in the Takeda Mitsuaki)2001 Godzilla film, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack.
Mitsuaki's friend and colleague Yuri Tachibana asked him to bring her information on mythological monsters, they learned of the legend of the three Guardian Monsters. Being too drunk to get home by herself, Mitsuaki took her back to her house where her father, Taizo Tachibana was waiting. The next day, Yuri and Mitsuaki interviewed a man who swore that Godzilla would return, but that the three Guardian Monsters, Baragon, Mothra, and King Ghidorah would rise to fight him, and he directed them to a forest shrine in Aokigahara where Yuri found a special rock they had been clued to find. They then approached Commander Tachibana with their findings, and attempted to explain that The Guardians were approaching to protect the "homeland of Japan", the land itself, rather than the people or the country, and how Godzilla was formed of the countless souls of the human soldiers who died in the Pacific War. The Commander waived them off. Shortly afterward, Godzilla and Baragon arose, and began to fight. Despite Mitsuaki's advice against going, Yuri was injured while trying to get footage of the fight, and he took her to a hospital. In an effort to protect her, Mitsuaki left her at the hospital and took their car away. After discovering that she had escaped the hospital and was in the evacuated Tokyo, broadcasting footage back to BS Digital Q, Mitsuaki set out to find her. After locating her, the two began to broadcast the fight between Godzilla and King Ghidorah. Eventually, the bridge they were in was destroyed, and they fell into the water below. After getting Yuri to shore, Mitsuaki resuscitated her, and they watched her father emerge from the Submersible Satsuma, after having defeated Godzilla, and the two welcomed him back to shore.
Takeda with Yuri Tachibana
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