A high school student who is a master of the game “Taiko drum master(Taiko-no-Tatsujin)”.

He’s a master of the arcade game “Taiko no Tatsujin!” As you can see in the video, he is fast and accurate. To the untrained eye, it makes no sense how he can hit a given spot so quickly and so accurately… He also holds a Guinness record of 1241 single strokes per minute.

There are masters in every world, but this is amazing.

“Taiko no Tatsujin” is a music game developed by Namco (now Namco Bandai Amusement) and launched on February 21, 2001. The arcade cabinet consists of a central display, two input devices that resemble drums in front of it, and a total of four bachi in a bachi bag under each drum. The player stands in front of one of the drums and holds two bees to play the game. Two drums and four bachi can be used for a two-player game. In this case, the first player plays on the upper lane with the drum on the left side, and the second player plays on the lower lane with the drum on the right side.

The player must strike the face or edge of the drum when the notes flowing from right to left overlap the judgment frame. If the note is exactly on the judgment frame, the score is “good”; if it is slightly off, the score is “acceptable”; and if it is far off, the score is “not acceptable”. If you hit without mistake, you will get a combo, and the number of combos will be displayed on the left side of the judgment frame.

One response to “A high school student who is a master of the game “Taiko drum master(Taiko-no-Tatsujin)”.”

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    There are gurus in every world.

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