Takamachi Family Gen1-2

Takamachi family from left to right: Kyoya Takamachi, Miyuki Takamachi, Nanoha Takamachi, Momoko Takamachi and Shirō Takamachi

The Takamachi (高町) family is originally from Uminari City, Earth, but its youngest members reside in Midchilda, as of ViVid. It was first introduced in Triangle Heart 3 and, consequentially, in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha.

Etymology Edit

The family name consists of kanji meaning "tall, high" ( taka) and "town" ( machi).


In Triangle Heart 3, the Takamachi family is revealed to have descended from the well-established samurai clan Fuwa. In fact, Shirō Takamachi's surname at birth was Fuwa, but he changed it when he married Momoko Takamachi, presumably to throw the many enemies he has made in bodyguard business off his trail.

The Takamachi family owns a house in the Uminari City, Japan and a bakery cafe named Midori-ya, operated by Shiro and Momoko.


Vivio and Nanoha 1

Vivio was adopted into the Takamachi family by Nanoha

Generation 1Edit

Generation 2Edit

Shiro's children (in order of seniority):

Generation 3Edit

  • Vivio Takamachi (officially born in 0069, adopted by Nanoha in 0075; genetically a member of the long-extinct Sägebrecht family)


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