Takamine (高峰 or 高嶺) is a Japanese family name, translated literally as high ridge or high peak. It may refer to:

  • Takamine (1948-), Japanese film director
  • Hideko Takamine (1924-2010), Japanese film actress
  • Takamine Hideo (1854-1910), Japanese educator
  • Jokichi Takamine (1854-1922), Japanese chemist
  • Takamine Tokumei (1653-1738), Japanese surgeon
  • Takamine Toshio (1885–1959), Japanese physicist

Fictional characters:

  • Kiyo Takamine (Kiyomaro Takamine), Seitaro Takamine, and Hana Takamine, Zatch Bell! (Konjiki no Gash!!)
  • Tsukasa Takamine of Sasami: Mahou Shoujo Club

Other articles related to "takamine":

Kiyo Takamine And Zatch Bell
... Kiyo Takamine, known in the original version as Kiyomaro Takamine (高嶺 清麿, Takamine Kiyomaro?) and his Mamodo (魔物?, lit ...
Takamine Guitars - Company History
... Takamine's US-American distributor is KMC Musicorp ... While known primarily for their acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars, Takamine produced a limited run of very high quality solid body electric guitars in the early 1980's ... The Takamine F-340 was the cause of a letter from Martin Guitars in the early 1980s because Takamine's acoustic guitars including the logo design were supposedly nearly identical to Martin Models ...
Dwight Takamine - Career
... In 1983, he opened his own law office in Hilo, Hawaii as his father Yoshito Takamine resigned after 26 years in the Hawaii House of Representatives ... The younger Takamine took his father's seat in 1984 ... On behalf of the ILWU, whose ties to the Takamine's go back decades, Takamine has pushed a lumber mill in Oʻokala, and a wood-burning power plant in Paʻauilo ...
Takamine Guitars
... Takamine Co ... (高峰楽器製作所, Takamine Gakki Seisakusho?) is a Japanese guitar manufacturer based in Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan ... Takamine is known for its steel-string acoustic guitars ...