GeGeGe no Kitarō (TV 2018)

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Alternative title:
Китаро из леса Гегеге (Russian)
ゲゲゲの鬼太郎 (Japanese)
Genres: comedy, supernatural
Themes: demons, mythology
User Ratings: 25 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 6 votes (sub:6)
 Very good: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Good: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Decent: 2 votes (sub:2)
 So-so: 4 votes (sub:4)
 Not really good: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Bad: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 136 users, rank: #3786 (of 7626)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.520 (Good−), std. dev.: 2.1563, rank: #4317 (of 7648)
Weighted mean: 6.660 (Good−), rank: #3892 (of 7648) (seen all: 7.32 / seen some: 7.73 / won't finish: 4.79)
Bayesian estimate: 6.950 (Good), rank: #2720 (of 5773)
Vintage: 2018-04-01
Opening Theme:
"Gegege no Kitarō" by Kiyoshi Hikawa
Ending Theme:
#1: "Kagami no Naka kara" (From Inside the Mirror) by Maneki-kecak
#2: "Get A Note" by Rekishi
#3: "Mienkeredo orunda yo" by Kiyoshi Hikawa
#4: "No.999" by go! go! vanillas
#5: "RONDO" by BUCK-TICK
Reviews: Show:
GeGeGe no Kitarō (Apr 16, 2018)
News: Show:
Shigeru Hall to Open (Mar 3, 2003)
Toei Animation Fair 2002 (Feb 14, 2002)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Kouji Ogawa
Series Composition: Hiroshi Ohnogi
Script:
Aki Kanehiro (11 episodes
eps 6, 8, 15, 18, 26, 31, 34, 39, 44, 46, 53
)

Date-san (4 episodes
eps 21, 40-41, 45
)

Hiroshi Ohnogi (14 episodes
eps 1-2, 4, 11-12, 19, 25, 35-37, 42-43, 48-49
)

Hiroyuki Yoshino (8 episodes
eps 3, 7, 14, 20, 33, 47, 50-51
)

Masahiro Yokotani (4 episodes
eps 9-10, 17, 38
)

Ryunosuke Kingetsu (6 episodes
eps 5, 23-24, 27-28, 30
)

Yuuichi Nomura (7 episodes
eps 13, 16, 22, 29, 32, 43, 52
)

Storyboard:
Akihiro Nakamura (eps 5, 12, 41)
Gou Koga (4 episodes
eps 6, 14, 22, 39
)

Hiroyuki Kakudou (5 episodes
eps 8, 15, 25, 30, 43
)

Jiro Makino (eps 24, 40)
Kazuhiro Ochi (4 episodes
eps 19, 34, 37, 51
)

Kenichi Maejima (eps 33, 45, 53)
Kenichi Takeshita (eps 2, 13, 38)
Kimitoshi Chioka (eps 7, 23, 42)
Kiyosumi Yamamoto (ep 9)
Koichi Ohata (ep 10)
Kouji Ogawa (5 episodes
eps 1, 3, 16, 37, 49
)

Masato Mitsuka (eps 20, 28)
Mitsutaka Noshitani (ep 31)
Noriyo Sasaki (ep 29)
Yoshitaka Yashima (eps 17, 32, 50)
You Nakano (4 episodes
eps 27, 44, 51-52
)

Yuji Yamaguchi (4 episodes
eps 11, 26, 36, 48
)

Yūko Kiyoshima (ep 21)
Yuriko Kado (4 episodes
eps 4, 18, 35, 46
)

Episode Director:
Akihiro Nakamura (6 episodes
eps 3, 5, 12, 26, 41, 50
)

Gou Koga (4 episodes
eps 6, 14, 22, 39
)

Hiroyuki Kakudou (5 episodes
eps 8, 15, 25, 30, 43
)

Jiro Makino (eps 24, 29, 40)
Kenichi Maejima (eps 33, 45)
Kenichi Takeshita (eps 2, 13, 38)
Kimitoshi Chioka (eps 7, 23, 42)
Kiyosumi Yamamoto (ep 9)
Kouji Ogawa (ep 1)
Mana Uchiyama (4 episodes
eps 17, 32, 44, 51
)

Masato Mitsuka (eps 20, 28)
Mitsutaka Noshitani (eps 21, 31)
Shinichi Suzuki (ep 53)
Takao Iwai (5 episodes
eps 16, 27, 37, 47, 52
)

Tsuyoshi Tobita (4 episodes
eps 10, 19, 34, 49
)

Yuji Yamaguchi (eps 11, 36, 48)
Yuriko Kado (4 episodes
eps 4, 18, 35, 46
)

Original creator: Shigeru Mizuki
Character Design: Sorato Shimizu
Chief Animation Director: Sorato Shimizu

Casting Cooperation: Michitaro Hara (AONI PRODUCTION)
Key Animation:
Kazuya Saitō (eps 14, 23, 29)
Motoki Yagi (ep 52)
Production Advancement: Kouki Uchinomiya (eps 21, 31)
Theme Song Performance:
BUCK-TICK (ED5)
Kiyoshi Hikawa (OP; OP,ED3)
Maneki-kecak (ED1)
Rekishi (ED2)
Miyuki Sawashiro as Kitarō

Banjou Ginga as Nanashi
Bin Shimada as
Konaki Jijii
Nurikabe
Hibiku Yamamura as Agnes
Hideyuki Tanaka as Backbeard
Hiroshi Kamiya as Rei Isurugi
Kappei Yamaguchi as Ittan Momen
Masako Nozawa as Medama Oyaji
Mayumi Tanaka as Sunakake Baba
Ryoko Shiraishi as Victor Frankenstein
Shiori Izawa as Carmilla
Takeshi Kusao as Wolfgang
Toshio Furukawa as Nezumi Otoko
Umeka Shouji as Neko Musume
Yukana as Adele
Yukiyo Fujii as Mana Inuyama

Akiko Utsumi as Boy (ep 22)
Arisa Kōri as Schoolgirl (ep 26)
Arisa Sekine as
Atsushi Kitajima (young; ep 44)
Boy (ep 22)
Child (eps 3, 31)
Oni boy (ep 32)
Tōfu Kozō (eps 23, 48)
Atsuki Tani as
Dorotabo (ep 54)
Oni's father (ep 49)
Aya Hisakawa as
Rokurokubi (ep 23 34)
Zunbera (ep 15)
Aya Yamane as
Karin Yamane (ep 25)
Kumiko Dote (ep 55)
Ayane Sakura as Hanako (eps 10, 50-51)
Bin Shimada as Haruo (ep 23)
Chiharu Sasa as Kappa (ep 9)
Chihaya Terasaki as
Bamboo Human (ep 45)
Delinquent (ep 48)
Master (ep 55)
Chihiro Ikki as Kinoko (ep 52)
Chinami Nishimura as Yuki (ep 39)
Chō as Kasha (ep 38)
Daisuke Sakaguchi as
Kojirō (eps 17, 32, 42)
Tarōmaru (ep 9)
Eiji Takemoto as Reporter (ep 55)
Eri Nakao as Natsumi (ep 23)
Erika Sakata as Girl (ep 44)
Fukushi Ochiai as
Biddy (ep 27)
Customer (ep 13)
Danichiro (eps 11-12)
Father (ep 47)
Ghost-Cup (ep 41)
Kappa (ep 9)
Kinopi (ep 17)
Uchida (ep 26)
Water Yokai (ep 4)
Gara Takashima as Toshiko Sawada (ep 20)
Hideaki Tezuka as Boss (ep 7)
Hideyuki Tanaka as Kani-Bozu (ep 17)
Hideyuki Umezu as Dai-Tengu (ep 42)
Hikakin as Hikakin
Hikaru Midorikawa as Gahi (ep 26)
Hiromi Konno as Numa-Gozen (ep 39)
Hiroshi Iwasaki as Makura-Gaeshi (ep 14)
Hiroshi Naka as Elder (eps 17, 32)
Hiroshi Okamoto as Atsushi Kitajima (ep 44)
Hisao Egawa as Wanyudo (ep 13)
Hisayoshi Suganuma as Yōsuke (ep 10)
Hitomi Ueda as Himeka (eps 46-47)
Houko Kuwashima as
Fuku (ep 49)
Yuna (ep 26)
Kanami Taguchi as Woman (ep 53)
Karin Takahashi as Daiki (ep 54)
Katsuhisa Houki as Kaminari (ep 5)
Kazuhiro Yamaji as Kurose (ep 54)
Kazumasa Fukagawa as
Announcer (ep 1)
Boss (ep 44)
Chairman (ep 53)
Detective (ep 5)
Father (ep 31)
Kappa (ep 9)
Karasu Tengu (ep 42)
Man (eps 25, 45)
Worker (ep 54)
Keiichi Noda as Karura (ep 22)
Ken Uo as Shōji (eps 16-17)
Kenji Akabane as Yūsuke (ep 15)
Kenta Tanaka as Yuu (ep 44)
Kentarou Tone as Isogashi (ep 9)
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Gyōbu-Danuki (eps 11-12)
Kikuko Inoue as Yuna’s mother (ep 26)
Kimiko Saitō as
Azuki-Babaa (ep 31)
Masae (ep 6)
Kohsuke Tanabe as
Bamboo Human (ep 45)
Clerk (ep 31)
Delinquent (ep 48)
Frivolous man (ep 47)
Karasu Tengu (ep 32)
Worker (ep 54)
Yokai (ep 42)
Kōichi Gomi as
Clerk (ep 22)
Husband (ep 38)
Man from the couple (ep 39)
Middle-aged man (ep 25)
Resident (ep 23)
Kokoro Kikuchi as Bakezōri (ep 41)
Konami Yoshida as Takuro-Bi (ep 21)
Kouta Nemoto as
Charatomi (eps 1, 47, 53)
Kujina (ep 50)
Kōzō Shioya as
Azuki-Hakari (ep 31)
Kagami-Jijii (eps 8, 50)
Tantanbō (eps 3, 19)
Kujira as Kubire-Oni (ep 26)
Kurumi Sakamoto as
Lady (ep 56)
Policewoman (ep 38)
Maaya Uchida as Yoko Ishiyama (ep 24)
Mai Aizawa as Yayoi (ep 33)
Mami Horikoshi as Megumi (ep 40)
Mami Koyama as Adele and Agnes' mother (ep 35)
Masaharu Satō as Yamajijii (ep 4)
Masakazu Morita as Shun (ep 39)
Masako Katsuki as Ubume (ep 47)
Masamu Ono as Touma (ep 56)
Masaya Onosaka as Hihi (ep 55)
Masaya Takatsuka as
Fuku's father (ep 49)
Jinguji (ep 22)
Kurose's father (ep 54)
MazinGunner (ep 14)
Mezu (ep 51)
Producer (ep 40)
Yuichi Inuyama
Mayu Kimura as Young woman (ep 56)
Megumi Urawa as Kawauso (eps 18, 20, 55)
Michihiro Ikemizu as
Hataonryou (ep 48)
Miage-Nyūdō (eps 2, 19)
Mika Kanai as Girl with the Bell of Dream Control (ep 14)
Minami Tsuda as Kyosuke (ep 22)
Misaki Watada as
Mizuki Gōhara (ep 9)
Schoolgirl (ep 30)
Momo Ishibashi as
Aya (eps 38, 46-47)
Fan (ep 31)
Girl (ep 32)
Momoko Soyama as
Aki (ep 23)
Alkaline Yuriko (ep 2)
Announcer (eps 31, 43, 53)
Boy (ep 22)
Employee (ep 13)
Girl (ep 55)
Kanji (ep 50)
Miku (ep 40)
Miwako (ep 41)
Miyabi Momoyama
Omega-kun (ep 48)
Princess (ep 17)
Saya (ep 51)
Schoolgirl (eps 26, 30)
Shibasaki (ep 7)
Woman from the couple (ep 39)
Woman, attacked by Odoro-Odoro (ep 43)
Yobuko (ep 42)
Motoko Kumai as
Jirōmaru (ep 9)
Nopperabō (ep 44)
Nao Tamura as Pigu/Amefuri-Kozo (ep 21)
Naoki Tatsuta as
Abura-sumashi (ep 4)
Demon Buer (ep 33)
Miminaga (eps 27-28)
Oshiroi-Babaa (ep 44)
Naomi Ōzora as Yumi Okakura (ep 55)
Naomi Shindoh as Miyabi's mother (ep 52)
Reimi as
Akinori's Wife (ep 14)
Announcer (ep 1)
Datsue Babaa (ep 7)
Female teacher (ep 55)
Hitotsume-Kozo (ep 42)
Kinoko (ep 52)
Mrs. Gōhara (ep 9)
Old Woman (eps 8, 18)
Reporter (ep 48)
Resident (ep 23)
Rie (ep 16)
Villager (ep 6)
Yuriko Igarashi (ep 5)
Ryohei Arai as
Gangi Kozō (ep 35)
Hitotsumebo (ep 50)
Satoshi (ep 40)
Shuichi (ep 41)
Souma
Syndicate (ep 13)
Victim (ep 24)
Ryōsuke Kanemoto as Sho (ep 6)
Ryotaro Okiayu as Oni (ep 49)
Ryouichi Tanaka as
Grandfather (ep 22)
Kanji's grandfather (ep 50)
Ryusei Nakao as Elite the Vampire (ep 56)
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo as Enma-Daio (ep 51)
Shiho Kokido as
Akinori Uchida (young; ep 14)
High School Girl A (ep 7)
Manganase Ayana (ep 2)
Yuuta (4 episodes
eps 1, 4, 19, 46
)
Shikito Miyagi as Victim (ep 24)
Shin Aomori as
Daikichi Kanai (ep 45)
Umizatō (ep 16)
Shino Kakinuma as Ohina (ep 46)
Shino Shimoji as Mikoto Onozaki (ep 43)
Shinpachi Tsuji as Nue (eps 50-51)
Shiro Saito as Momon-Jii (ep 42)
Sho Sonoda as Subaru (ep 56)
Shogo Sakata as
AD (ep 44)
Chairman (ep 40)
Doctor (eps 48-49)
Itsuki (ep 56)
Male announcer (ep 47)
Man (ep 45)
Policeman (ep 38)
Reporter (ep 55)
Villager (ep 49)
Worker (ep 54)
Yokai (ep 42)
Shunsuke Kanie as
Amamehagi (ep 48)
Arimoto (ep 8)
Kappa (ep 9)
Kotani (ep 46)
Logging Foreman (ep 20)
Merchant (ep 13)
Old Man (ep 18)
Resident (ep 23)
Senpai (ep 53)
Station Announce (ep 7)
Victim (ep 24)
Tadashi Miyazawa as Azuki-Arai (ep 31)
Taichi Kusano as
Bamboo Human (ep 45)
Reporter (ep 55)
Worker (ep 54)
Taiki Matsuno as
Kamaitachi (eps 3, 19)
Sara-Kozō (ep 40)
Takashi Matsuyama as
Akimura (eps 2, 24)
Boss (ep 23)
Company president (ep 56)
Keisuke Inudo (ep 38)
Yama-Tengu (ep 52)
Takuya Kirimoto as Ameyama (ep 5)
Tetsu Inada as
Director (ep 22)
Karakasa (ep 23)
Tetsu Shiratori as Odairi (ep 46)
Tetsuo Sakaguchi as Akinori Uchida (ep 14)
Tomohisa Asou as
Isao (ep 41)
Kuzumi (ep 33)
Tomomichi Nishimura as
Belial (ep 32)
Mannen-Dake (ep 45)
Toshiya Chiba as
Kunishige (ep 7)
Victim (ep 24)
Volcano Ōta as
Company President (ep 38)
Danzaburo (eps 11-12)
Delinquent (ep 48)
Egiku (ep 27)
Go Go Man (ep 44)
Karasu Tengu (eps 32, 42)
Man (ep 6)
Reporter (ep 47)
Shopkeeper (eps 5, 31)
Syndicate (ep 13)
Worker (ep 54)
Wakana Yamazaki as Fuyuko (ep 23)
Wataru Takagi as Hakusanbo (ep 33)
Yasuhiko Kawazu as Nuke-Kubi (ep 53)
Yasuhiro Takato as Danjiro (eps 11-12)
Yasunao Sakai as
Courier (ep 5)
Expert (ep 1)
Hiro-kun (ep 23)
Kappa (ep 9)
Man (ep 22)
Schoolboy (ep 3)
Yōkai (ep 7)
Young man (ep 2)
Yasunori Masutani as
Old man (ep 50)
Shogo Onozaki/Odoro-Odoro (ep 43)
Yukana as Kirara Fusano (ep 15)
Yukiko Morishita as
Ghost-Flashlight (ep 41)
Hiroto (5 episodes
eps 1-2, 12, 19, 46
)

Kurose (young; ep 54)
Nickel Kana (ep 2)
Yukiko Motoyoshi as
Customer (ep 13)
Girl (ep 44)
High School Girl B (ep 7)
TV Announcer (ep 5)
Yuko Minaguchi as Junko Inuyama
Yūko Mita as Yuki's mother (ep 39)
Yuko Nagashima as Futakuchi-onna (eps 3, 19)
Yumi Sudou as Kinoko (ep 52)
Yumi Uchiyama as Sunekosuri (ep 6)
Yuri Noguchi as Masashi Uchida (ep 14)
Yurie Kobori as Kiyomi Kanai (ep 45)
Yūsuke Handa as
Bebe (ep 41)
Gozu (ep 51)
Masahiko Kanai (ep 45)
Yûsuke Numata as
Isamu (ep 40)
Kubota (ep 45)
Subordinate (ep 7)
Watanabe (ep 26)
Yuuta Kasuya as Akaname (ep 23)
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French cast
Translation: Kevin Stocker (select eps only)

Adaptation: Kevin Stocker
Translation Supervision: Stéphane Lapie (select eps only)
(none)
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Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll (French speaking territories)
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Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll (Latin America and Spain)
Licensed by: Toei Animation Inc.
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Italian staff
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(none)
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(none)
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(none)
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German cast
(none)
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Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll (Brazil and Portugal)
Licensed by: Toei Animation Inc.
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