In 1925 Takizawa entered Makino Production, and soon became a director after working as actor and scenario writer and published "A Girl and Painter." He belonged to Tokatsu (1932), Nikkatsu (1933) and Utaemon Production. During this time Eisuke distinguished himself for such works as "Pipe of Sankichi", "Sengoku Guntoden" and "Chmetsu". He has given width and new emotional contents to the costume play.
After the war Takizawa made films such as "Osumino Jisankin", "Hakamadare Yasusuke" and "Kirare Santa" but he resigned Toho at the time of the labor dispute in 1947. He later joined Nikkatsu Production and wrote the scenarios for "Kunisada Chuji", "Hit ate Miki" and "Rokunin-no Ansatsusha".