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© Kazuya Minekura / Enix • Saiyuki Project • TV Tokyo 2000 


 
[ alternate retelling of Saiyuki (OAV) ]

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Alternative title:
Chroniques de l'extrême voyage Saiyuki (French) 
Gensōmaden Saiyuki (Japanese) 
Paradise Raiders 
Saiyuki - La Leggenda del Demone dell'Illusione (Italian) 
Saiyuki-Viaje al oeste a lo extremo (Spanish) 
幻想魔伝 最遊記 (Japanese) 
幻想魔傳 最遊記 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: action , adventure , comedy , supernatural 
Themes: bishounen , demons 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Many years ago, humans and demons lived in harmony. But that unity ended when demons started attacking humans and plotted a mission to unleash Gyumao - an evil demon imprisoned for thousands of years. Now, Genjo Sanzo, a rogue priest, must team up with three demons - Sha Gojyo, Son Goku, and Cho Hakkai - and embark on a perilous journey to the west to stop these demons from resurrecting Gyumao and restore the balance between humans and demons on Earth. 
User Ratings: 1204 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 121 votes (dub:64, sub:53, edit.dub:2, ?:1, others:1
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Excellent: 249 votes (dub:124, sub:116, ?:3, edit.dub:1, raw:1, others:4
2 Italian dubbed
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Very good: 277 votes (sub:156, dub:111, raw:2, ?:2, others:6
3 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 French dubbed
1 French subtitled
)
 Good: 237 votes (sub:131, dub:92, edit.dub:3, ?:1, raw:1, others:9
4 French subtitled
2 Italian dubbed
1 Indonesian dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
)
 Decent: 142 votes (sub:70, dub:63, raw:3, others:6
4 French subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 German subtitled
)
 So-so: 66 votes (sub:39, dub:25, raw:1, others:1
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Not really good: 26 votes (sub:19, dub:6, raw:1)
 Weak: 38 votes (sub:21, dub:16, ?:1)
 Bad: 24 votes (sub:14, dub:9, ?:1)
 Awful: 15 votes (sub:6, dub:6, edit.dub:1, others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
)
 Worst ever: 9 votes (sub:6, dub:3)
Seen in part or in whole by 3155 users, rank: #302 (of 6011)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.300 (Good+), std. dev.: 2.0546, rank: #1615 (of 6004)
Weighted mean: 7.177 (Good+), rank: #1738 (of 6004) (seen all: 7.71 / seen some: 6.48 / won't finish: 4.12)
Bayesian estimate: 7.181 (Good+), rank: #1565 (of 4571)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 50 
Episode titles: We have 50
Vintage:
2000-04-04 to 2001-03-27 
2002-10-28 (France) 
Opening Theme:
#01: "For Real" by Hidenori Tokuyama 
#02: "Still Time" by Hidenori Tokuyama 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Tightrope" by Charcoal Filter 
#2: "Alone" by Mikuni Shimokawa 
Links: We have 3
Trivia: We have 11
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DVD (Region 1)
    Saiyuki - Complete Collection [Thinpak] (DVD) 2006-10-31
    Saiyuki - Complete Collection [Thinpak] (DVD) 2008-11-04 (from $37.49)
    Saiyuki - Complete Collection (DVD) 2009-08-11 (from $28.78)
    Saiyuki - Complete Collection (DVD) 2013-06-18 (from $29.01)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 1) 2005-02-01 (from $29.99)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 2) 2005-04-12 (from $7.33)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 3) 2005-06-07 (from $4.00)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 4) 2005-08-09 (from $26.98)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 5) 2005-09-20 (from $4.00)
    Saiyuki - Double Barrel Collection (DVD 6) 2005-12-13 (from $4.00)
    Saiyuki - The Journey Begins (DVD 1) 2003-04-29 (from $2.00)
    Saiyuki - Old Friends, New Enemies (DVD 2) 2003-06-10 (from $12.45)
    Saiyuki - Confronting Their Demons (DVD 3) 2003-07-22 (from $23.37)
    Saiyuki - Storms (DVD 4) 2003-09-02 (from $2.00)
    Saiyuki - Sting of the Scorpion (DVD 5) 2003-10-14 (from $2.00)
    Saiyuki - Demon Rising (DVD 6) 2003-11-25 (from $5.45)
    Saiyuki - The Gods of War + Artbox (DVD 7) 2004-01-06 (from $35.98)
    Saiyuki - The Gods of War (DVD 7) 2004-01-06 (from $2.00)
    Saiyuki - Soldiers of Destiny (DVD 8) 2004-02-17
    Saiyuki - Children of Sacrifice (DVD 9) 2004-03-30 (from $2.00)
    Saiyuki - Trouble in Paradise (DVD 10) 2004-05-11 (from $17.26)
    Saiyuki - Following the Scriptures (DVD 11) 2004-06-22 (from $25.74)
    Saiyuki - New World Order (DVD 12) 2004-08-03 (from $29.99)
    Saiyuki 1 DVD + Empty Artbox + Tshirt (DVD 1) 2003-04-29 (from $15.24)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hayato Date 
Screenplay:
Katsuyuki Sumisawa 
Michiko Yokote (ep 24) 
Storyboard:
Hayato Date 
Hitoyuki Matsui (5 episodes
eps 22, 28, 36, 43, 49
)
 
Tomoki Kyoda (ep 24) 
Toshiyuki Tsuru (OP 1-2, ED 2; 5 episodes
eps 5, 11, 23, 42, 48
)
 
Episode Director:
Hitoyuki Matsui (5 episodes
eps 22, 28, 36, 43, 49
)
 
Masaaki Kumagai (7 episodes
eps 5, 11, 17, 23, 32, 42, 46
)
 
Masahiko Murata (4 episodes
eps 34, 39, 44, 50
)
 
Toshiyuki Tsuru (OP 1-2, ED 2; ep 48) 
Music: Motoi Sakuraba 
Original Manga: Kazuya Minekura 
Character Design: Yuji Moriyama 
Art Director:
Rieko Ohiwa (ep 1) 
Yuji Ikeda 
Art: Kazuhiko Suzuki (23 episodes
eps 2-24 even, 28, 30, 32-33, 36-42 even, 43, 46, 48
)
 
Animation Director: Shinichiro Minami 
Executive producer:
Keisuke Iwata 
Yuji Nunokawa 
Animation producer: Naoji Hounokidani 
Assistant Art Director: Mio Isshiki 
Background Art:
Kazuhiko Suzuki (ep 24) 
Tsuyoshi Fukumoto (ep 24) 
Color setting: Takuya Kawami 
Digital Processing: Hiroto Tanaka (ED 2) 
In-Between Check:
Reiko Yamada (ep 24) 
Shigeharu Sekiguchi (ep 1) 
Key Animation: Hiroto Tanaka (ED 2) 
Program Marketing:
Junya Itou (TV Tokyo; eps 19-49) 
Mami Saeki (TV Tokyo; eps 1-18) 
Sound Production: Hajime Takakuwa 
Story Treatment: Katsuyuki Sumisawa 
Theme Song Performance:
Charcoal Filter (ED 2) 
Hidenori Tokuyama (OP 1-2) 
Mikuni Shimokawa (ED 2) 
Akira Ishida as Cho Hakkai 
Hiroaki Hirata as Sha Gojyo 
Souichiro Hoshi as Son Goku 
Toshihiko Seki as Genjo Sanzo 

Kaoru Morota as Hakuryu 
Takeshi Kusao as Kougaiji 
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Homura 

Ai Orikasa as Linchei 
Akiko Kimura as Shoryu 
Akiko Yajima as Chinpu(ep 13) 
Akira Ishida as Field Marshall Tenpou 
Asako Dodo as Sanbutsushin 2(ep 1) 
Atsuko Enomoto as Meihou(ep 14) 
Bakuto as Jade Emperor(eps 1-44) 
Bin Sasaki as
Narrator 
Sanbutsushin 1(ep 1) 
Chie Koujiro as Chin Yisou's Puppet 
Chizuko Hoshino as Shaohei 
Dai Matsumoto as
Demon 1(ep 1) 
Dokugakuji 
Narrator(ep 25) 
Eiji Maruyama as Chingenshi 
Eiji Yanagisawa as Fake Gojyo 
Fumihiko Tachiki as Storekeeper 
Fumio Matsuoka as Wuhan 
Haruhi Terada as Qiuhua(ep 19) 
Hidenori Tokuyama as Tongpu(ep 18) 
Hideto Ebihara as Soushi 
Hidetoshi Nakamura as Red Demon 
Hideyuki Umezu as Daiki(ep 19) 
Hiroaki Hirata as General Kenren 
Hiroko Nishi as Child 
Hiroshi Matsumoto as
Abbott(ep 6) 
Dokugakuji 
Narration(ep 25) 
Hiroshi Tsuchida as
Demon 
Fei Eldest 
God 
Guard 
Immortal 
Nataku's subordinate 
Sekieki 
Shunei's Father 
Soldier 
Hiroshi Yanaka as Shien (Season 2) 
Hiroya Ishimaru as Chin Yisou(eps 8-9, 11-12) 
Hisanori Nemoto as Monk 1(ep 1) 
Houchu Ohtsuka as Ni Jenyi 
Issei Futamata as Fluffy 
Issei Kusumoto as Nataku's subordinate 
Jin Horikawa as Zenon(Season 2) 
Kaho Kouda as Nataku 
Kaoru Morota as
Baby(ep 24) 
Girl 
Immortal 
Lirin 
Shunei's Mother 
Kaya Matsutani as Kouran 
Kayu Suzuki as Sha Gojyo(young; ep 47) 
Kazuaki Ito as Houmei's Father 
Kazuhiro Yamaji as Gojun 
Keiko Aizawa as Dr. Huang 
Keiko Sonoda as
Gojyo's Stepmother 
Meihou's Mother 
Ken Narita as Koumyou Sanzo 
Kenichi Mochizuki as Nataku's subordinate 
Kenji Hamada as Silver-haired Demon(ep 4) 
Kenta Miyake as Demon 
Kentarou Itou as Fei Second 
Kikuko Inoue as Yanming(ep 24) 
Kotono Mitsuishi as Shunhua(ep 19) 
Kouji Ochiai as Jikoku 
Kyousei Tsukui as Yaki 
Maki Mizuma as Boy(eps 20, 22) 
Makoto Tsumura as You(ep 3) 
Masako Joh as Child 
Masako Kobayashi as Kouryuu 
Masamichi Sato as Soutu 
Masaru Hachinohe as
Customer 
Demon 3(ep 1) 
Soldier 
Villagers 
Masauru Matsumoto as Dokugakuyji 
Mayumi Yanagisawa as Shunei 
Michiko Neya as Kanan 
Mioko Fujiwara as Boy Demon(ep 1) 
Misa Watanabe as Kanzeon Bosatsu 
Miyu Matsuyone as Girl 
Miyuki Matsushita as Xiahua(ep 19) 
Mugihito as Jade Emperor(eps 45-50) 
Naoko Takano as Tonghua(ep 19) 
Rei Igarashi as Spider Woman 
Reiko Takahashi as Shoen 
Rie Ishizuka as Shunrei(ep 4) 
Ryoka Yuzuki as Rinrei 
Ryotaro Okiayu as The Undertaker (ep 30) 
Ryuji Mizuno as Gairu 
Ryusei Nakao as Pochi(ep 25) 
Saori Higashi as Gonou(child) 
Sayuri Sadaoka as Aunt Han(ep 4) 
Shigenori Sôya as Ikaku 
Shigeru Shibuya as Souei 
Shigeru Ushiyama as Shuuei/Rikudo(eps 6-7) 
Shinobu Satou as Gyokumen Koushu 
Shinpachi Tsuji as Instructor Wang 
Souichirou Tanaka as Ryokusho 
Sukekiyo Kameyama as Porky 
Susumu Chiba as Yousui 
Takao Ishii as Jiroushin 
Takayuki Okada as Monk 2(ep 1) 
Takehiro Murozono as Fake Hakkai 
Takuma Suzuki as Fake Sanzo 
Takuo Kawamura as Guard 
Takuya Kirimoto as Fei Third 
Tamaki Saitoh as Immortal 
Tokuyoshi Kawashima as Purple Demon 
Tomohisa Asou as Outo 
Tomoyuki Kouno as
Akatsuki 
Ascetic Egan 
Demon 2(ep 1) 
Green Demon 
Immortal 
Meihou's Father 
Toru Ohkawa as Crowman 
Toshihiko Seki as Konzen Douji 
Tsutomu Isobe as Li Touten 
Yorie Terauchi as Sister 
Yoshito Ishinami as Old Man 
Yousuke Akimoto as Shin Taijin 
Yuki Masuda as Houmei 
Yūko Kobayashi as
Kouryuu (Young Genjo Sanzo) 
Renli 
Yuko Minaguchi as Yaone 
Yuriko Yamaguchi as Sanbutsushin 3(ep 1) 
Yuuichi Nagashima as Fake Goku 
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Director: Steven Foster 
Art Director: Ruby Halipoto 
Executive producer:
John Ledford 
Mark Williams 
Producer: Steven Foster 

Creative Director:
Chris Hawley 
David Del Rio 
DVD Coordination: Janice Williams 
DVD Graphics:
Bill Newton 
Fumiko Chino 
International Coordination: Toru Iwakami 
Post-Production Manager: Shelly Thomas 
Project Translator: Shoko Oono 
Recording engineer:
Jason Grundy 
Stanley Thomas 
Wade Shemwell 
Sound Design: Christopher Bourque 
Sound Design & Mix: Cesar Inserny 
Subtitle Script & Timing:
Andrew Kent 
Kyle Jaranson 
Braden Hunt as Cho Hakkai 
David Matranga as Genjo Sanzo 
Greg Ayres as Son Goku 
Illich Guardiola as Sha Gojyo 

Ben Pronsky as Instructor Wang 
Braden Hunt as Tenpou 
David Matranga as Konzen Douji 
Hilary Haag as Lirin (Kougaiji's sister) 
Illich Guardiola as Kenren 
Jason Douglas as Homura 
Jason Miesse as Dokugakuji / Sha Jien(eps 5-18) 
John Swasey as Zenon 
Karen Coffer as Kanzeon Bosatsu / Merciful Goddess 
Kaytha Coker as
Gyokumen 
Gyokumen Koshu 
Kelli Cousins as
Dr. Huang(eps 9-29) 
Hakuryu 
Mike MacRae as Dokugakuji / Sha Jien(eps 20-50) 
Rozie Curtis as Dr. Huang(eps 42-50) 
Shawn Taylor as Kanzeon Bosatsu / Merciful Goddess(eps 7, 20-21) 
Shelley Calene-Black as Yaone (apothecary) 
Spike Spencer as Shien 
Tommy Drake as Ni Jyeni 
Tony Oller as Nataku 
Vic Mignogna as Kougaiji 

Adam Conlon as
Ascetic Egan(ep 41) 
Demon 8(ep 1) 
Jien(uncredited; ep 4) 
Tongpu(ep 15 and 18) 
Yousui(ep 36) 
Alex Stutler as
Fake Sanzo(ep 10 and 32) 
Monk(ep 6) 
Allison Keith as Kanan 
Allison Sumrall as Shoen(ep 33) 
Andrew Klimko as Ryokusho(ep 31) 
Andrew Menzel as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Andy McAvin as
Father 
Jade Emperor 
Soushi 
Ben Pronsky as
Demon 7(ep 1) 
Li Touten(ep 41) 
Scar(ep 4) 
Wang 
Yaki(ep 14) 
Camden Bertrand as Attendant(ep 41) 
Cameron Bautsch as Boy(ep 20) 
Chris Nelson as Kazuki(ep 18) 
Christine Auten as
East Sanbutsushin 
Gojyo's Stepmother 
Christopher Patton as
Fake Goku(ep 10 and 32) 
Koumyou Sanzo 
Spot(eps 25-26) 
Christopher Riley as
God(ep 41) 
Linchei(ep 37) 
Men(ep 41) 
Clint Bickham as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Don Rush as Demon 10(ep 1) 
Elizabeth Bannor as Quihua(ep 19) 
Emily Carter-Essex as Xiahua(ep 19) 
Fred Walters Jr. as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Geoffrey Muller as
Fluffy(ep 25) 
Mingetsu(ep 13) 
Yo 
Greg Stanley as Porky(ep 26) 
Hilary Haag as
Female Demon(ep 2) 
Lirin 
Renli(uncredited; eps 20-21) 
Jamie Stern as Undertaker(ep 30) 
Jarrod Huffaker as Acestic Egan(ep 28) 
Jason Douglas as Fake Gojyo(ep 10 and 32) 
Jason Konopisos as Gojun 
Jason Miesse as Dokugakuji 
Jason Price as Daiki(ep 19) 
Jason Steele as Cook(ep 25) 
Jay Hickman as
God(ep 41) 
Houfa's Fiancé(ep 23) 
Jikoku(ep 31) 
Men(ep 41) 
Shuei/Rikudo(eps 6-7) 
Joe Grisaffi as
Fei III 
God(ep 41) 
Heaven's Soldier 
Men(ep 41) 
John Area as Demon 5(ep 1) 
John Gremillion as Soutou(ep 31) 
John Swasey as
Chingenshi(uncredited; ep 13) 
Demon 1(ep 1) 
Fake Hakkai(ep 10) 
Karen Coffer as Merciful Goddess 
Kelli Cousins as
Houfa(ep 23) 
Shunrei(ep 4) 
Kelly Manison as
Poker Groupie 2(ep 1) 
West Sanbutsushin 
Kevin Corn as Kouryuu(Young Genjo Sanzo) 
Kevin Miles as Storekeeper(ep 24) 
Kira Vincent-Davis as
Chinpu(ep 13) 
Shuunei(ep 43) 
Kyle Jones as Demon 11(ep 1) 
Leo Allan as
God(ep 49) 
Man(ep 49) 
Lesley Tesh as Shunhua(ep 19) 
Lew Temple as Monk(ep 6) 
Luci Christian as Yanming(Human Form; ep 24) 
Mandy Clark as
Donghua(ep 19) 
Meihou(ep 14) 
Marcie Corder as Yanming's Son(ep 24) 
Marcy Bannor as
Aunt Han(ep 4) 
Sister 
Matt Culpepper as Otou(ep 31) 
Matt Kelley as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Shin Taijin(ep 38) 
Matt Rushmore as Wuhan(ep 17) 
Mike MacRae as
Clever Demon(ep 3) 
Demon 3(ep 1) 
Dokugakuji 
Mike Vance as Fake Hakkai(ep 32) 
Monica Rial as
Howei 
Kouran 
Poker Groupie 3(ep 1) 
Rin Rei 
Nyl Stewart as Cho Hakkai / Gono(young; ep 37) 
Paul Hope as High Official(ep 41) 
Paul Locklear as
Gairu 
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Paul Shuette as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Philip Lehl as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Randy Sparks as
Brawler(ep 5) 
Souei(ep 29) 
Rick Burford as Chin Yisou(ep 8) 
Rick Piersall as
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Rob Mungle as
Commander(ep 18) 
God(ep 41) 
Men(ep 41) 
Sekieki(ep 31) 
Rob Nash as
Cheek(ep 4) 
Demon 2(ep 1) 
Rozie Curtis as Huang(ep 50) 
Sam Foster as
Boy(ep 22) 
Sha Gojyo(young; ep 36) 
Shelley Calene-Black as
Poker Groupie 1(ep 1) 
Yanming(Wasp Form; ep 24) 
Yaone 
Spike Spencer as
Demon 6(ep 1) 
Silver-Haired Demon(ep 4) 
Taylor Hannah as Shaohei 
Ted Pfister as Grey Sanbutsushin 
Todd Pace as Demon 9(ep 1) 
Todd Waite as Jiroushin 
Tony Oller as Prince Nataku 
Ty Mayberry as
Demon 4(ep 1) 
Shoryu(ep 33) 
Vicki Barosh as Black Widow(ep 2) 

English companies
Broadcaster:
AXN-Asia (Asia) 
The Anime Network 
Distributor:
Madman Entertainment (Australia) 
Section23 Films (North America; 2013) 
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C. 
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll 
Gong 
Joost 
Madman Screening Room (Australia & New Zealand) 
The Anime Network 
Licensed by:
ADV Films 
Enoki Films 
Post Production: Monkey Boy Studios 
Korean staff
Korean companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Anione 
Korean cast
(none)
French staff
French cast
ADR Director: Valérie Uzan 

Directeur de Plateau: Marie-Line Landerwijn (Made In Europe) 
Alexandre Aubry as Son Goku 
Aurélien Ringelheim as Son Goku (Made In Europe dub) 
Damien Gillard as Cho Hakkai(Made In Europe dub) 
Martial Leminoux as Sha Gojyô 
Nessym Guetat as Genjô Sanzô (Made In Europe dub) 
Patrick Bethune as Genjô Sanzô 
Stéphane Ronchewski as Chô Hakkai 
Tony Beck as Sha Gojyô(Made In Europe dub) 

Magali Barney as Gyokumen 
Véronique Biefnot as Gyokumen(Made In Europe Dub) 

Benoît Grimmiaux as Dokakuji(Made In Europe Dub) 
Brigitte Guedj as Kanzenon 
Bruno Buidin as Ni(Made in Europe Dub) 
Cyrille Artaux as Ni 
David Manet as Homura(Made In Europe dub) 
Didier Cherbuy as Komyo 
Elisabeth Guinand as Shunrei(Made In Europe) 
Emmanuel Gradi as Dokugakuji 
Esther Aflalo as Shunrei(Made In Europe Dub) 
François Creton as Kogaiji 
Frantz Confiac as Jirogami 
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Xenon(Made In Europe dub) 
Laurent Vernin as Faux Sha Gojyô(Made In Europe dub) 
Léa Gabrielle as Shunrei 
Magali Barney as Yaoné 
Maia Baran as Kanon(Made In Europe ep 11) 
Marie Van Ermengem as Yanmine(Made in Europe dub) 
Marie Van R as Yanmine(Made In Europe Dub) 
Marie-Line Landerwijn as Yaone(Made In Europe dub) 
Martin Spinhayer as
Rikudou(Made In Europe) 
Voix additionnelles(Made In Europe dub) 
Mathieu Moreau as Kogaiji(Made In Europe dub) 
Michel Gervais as Narrateur(Made In Europe; ep 1) 
Nathalie Bienaime as Phan 
Nathalie Bleynie as Ririn 
Nicolas Dubois as Faux Sanzo , Divers(Made In Europe dub) 
Peppino Capotondi as Voix additionnelles(Made In Europe dub) 
Philippe Allard as Tongpu(Made In Europe Dub; ep 18) 
Philippe Resimont as Xenon(Made In Europe dub) 
Stéphane Flamand as Ririn(Made In Europe dub) 
Susan Sindberg as Koryu 
Suzanne Sindberg as Koryu 
Thierry Janssen as Shien(Made In Europe dub) 
Vincent Violette as Rikudo 
Xavier Percy as Voix additionnelles(Made In Europe dub) 

Alexandre Crépet(Made In Europe Dub) 
French companies
Broadcaster:
AB 1 
Mangas 
NT1 
Dubbing:
Lincoln (DVD) 
Made In Europe (TV) 
Studio Lincoln (DVD) 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Juan José Moscoso (Spain dub) 

Subtitling: Montse Meneses (Spain dub) 
Ariadna Jiménez as Son Goku(Spain dub) 
Jordi Navarro as Cho Hakkai(Spain dub) 
Mario Martín as Genjo Sanzo(Spain dub) 
Ramón Rocabayera as Sha Goyjo(Spain dub) 

J. Ignacio Latorre as Kougaiji(Spain dub) 
Jesús López as Nataku(Spain dub) 
José Antonio Cerdan as Zenon(Spain dub) 
Oriol de Balle as Homura(Spain dub) 
Sofia Garcia as Yaone(Spain dub) 

Carlos Lladó as Shuuei / Rikudo(Spain dub; eps 6-7) 
Carmen Ambrós as
Hômei(Spain dub; ep 2) 
Kanan(Spain dub) 
Lirin(Spain dub) 
Shunrei(Spain dub; ep 4) 
(Spain dub; ep 3) 
Eva Ordeig as Kouryuu (Genjo Sanzo nino)(Spain dub) 
Jesús López as Ni Jenyi(Spain dub) 
Pep Gaya as Jiroushin(Spain dub) 
Susana Damas as
Gyokumen Koushu(Spain dub) 
Kanzeon Bozatsu(Spain dub) 
Kouran(Spain dub) 
Tasio Alonso as Dokugakuji(Spain dub) 

Angel del Río(Spain dub) 
Carlos Lladó(Spain dub) 
Carmen Ambrós(Spain dub) 
Eva Ordeig(Spain dub) 
Jesús López(Spain dub) 
María Rosa Gil(Spain dub) 
Susana Damas(Spain dub) 
Tasio Alonso(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
8 Madrid TV (Spain) 
Buzz Channel (Spain) 
Dubbing Studio: Cristal Media (Spain dub) 
DVD Distribution: Selecta Visión 
Translation: TRADUCCIONES IMPOSIBLES (Spain dub) 
TV Distribution: Selecta Visión 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Paolo Cortese 
Art Director: Andrea Sergio 
Translation: Laura Valentini 
Executive producer: Francesco Di Sanzo 

Consultant: Naoya Ootsuka (d/world) 
Dialogues: Barbara Chies 
Dubbing Assistant: Elisabetta Cortese 
Dubbing Sound: Paolo Nagy 
Graphic Assistant: Remo Boscariol 
Licensing: Mandy Mometti 
Managing Director: Massimiliano Rella 
Marketing Director: Giorgio Pulini (italian edition) 
Partners Coordination:
Alice Quaglino 
Gianluca Aicardi 
Post-Production Coordinator:
Cristina Minoja 
Cristina Zanchetta 
Postproduction Staff Secretary: Carmen Larovere 
Product Manager: Simona Stanzani 
Production Director: Fabrizio Mazzotta 
Production Staff Secretary: Anna Marani 
Project Manager:
Carlo Cavazzoni 
Simona Stanzani (DVD) 
Andrea Ward as Genjo Sanzo 
Massimo De Ambrosis as Sha Gojyo 
Patrizio Prata as Cho Hakkai 
Simone Crisari as Son Goku 

Cinzia De Carolis as Kanzeon Bosatsu 
Massimiliano Manfredi as Kougaiji 

Alessio De Filippis as Nataku 
Anna Cesareni as Sanbustushin 
Aurora Cancian as Gyokumen Koushu 
Barbara De Bortoli as Shunrei 
Claudia Catani as Sanbustushin 
Domitilla D'Amico as Homei 
Federica De Bortoli as Lirin 
Francesco Bulckaen as Shien 
Francesco Prando as Homura Taishi 
Gianni Musy as narrator(eps 1-2) 
Giorgio Locuratolo as Li Token 
Ilaria Latini as Yaone 
Laura Boccanera as Prof.ssa Fan 
Marco Vivio as Koryu 
Massimiliano Alto as Pochi(ep 25) 
Massimo Lodolo as Rikudo Syuei 
Mauro Gravina as Ni'jianji 
Mino Caprio as Chin'isou 
Oliviero Dinelli as Jiroshin 
Oreste Baldini as Komio Sanzo 
Pietro Biondi as Sanbustushin 
Rachele Paolelli as
Kanan 
Rinrei 
Riccardo Deodati as Gyumao 
Roberto Del Giudice as fake Sanzo(eps 10, 32) 
Roberto Stocchi as fake Hakkai(ep 10) 
Simone Mori as Zenon 
Stefano Mondini as Dokugakuji 
Vittorio Di Prima as Imperatore celeste 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Cultoon (from June 2008) 
GXT 
Ka-Boom (from 31 December 2013) 
MTV Italia 
Distributor: Dynamic Italia 
Dubbing: Coop. Eddy Cortese 
Postproduction: Studio P.V. Milano 
German cast
German staff
Translation:
Simone Gisler 
Tobias Hössl 

Redaktion And Translation: Anita Holdener 
(none)
German companies
Distributor:
Anime-Virtual 
Kazé Germany (now) 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Alexx Agcaoili as Genjo Sanzo 
Benjie Dorango as Sha Gojyo 
Fourth Lee as Son Goku 
Jose Amado Santiago as Cho Hakkai 
Louie Paraboles as Cho Hakkai 
Vincent Gutierrez as Sha Gojyo 

Charvie Abeletes as Lirin 
Glenda Resurreccion as Yaone 
Jojo Galvez as Kougaiji 

Charvie Abeletes as
Dr. Huang 
Houmei(ep 2) 
Kouran(ep 17) 
Shunrei(ep 4) 
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster:
GMA Network (March 6, 2006) 
Hero 
QTV Channel 11 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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