The combined phenotype of thrombocytopenia accompanied by intellectual disability in patients with a de novo heterozygous mutation, i.e., p.Tyr64Cys in CDC42, signifies a clinically recognizable novel syndrome that has been eponymized as "Takenouchi-Kosaki syndrome" (OMIM #616737). In the present study, a detailed phenotypic analysis performed for a total of five patients with Takenouchi-Kosaki syndrome revealed that intellectual disability, macrothrombocytopenia, camptodactyly, structural brain abnormalities with sensorineural deafness, hypothyroidism, and frequent infections comprise the cardinal features of this condition. A morphologic analysis of platelets derived from three affected individuals was performed using electron microscopy. The platelets of the three patients were large and spherical in shape. Furthermore, platelet α-granules were decreased, while vacuoles were increased. We further performed a functional analysis of p.Tyr64Cys in CDC42 through CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene editing in a Caenorhabditis elegans model. This functional analysis suggested that the mutant allele has hypomorphic effects. Takenouchi-Kosaki syndrome is clinically recognizable by the combined phenotype of intellectual disability, macrothrombocytopenia, camptodactyly, structural brain abnormalities with sensorineural deafness, hypothyroidism, and frequent infections as well as the identification of a heterozygous de novo mutation in CDC42, i.e., p.Tyr64Cys.