List of Gegege no Kitaro episodes

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This is a list of episodes for the five GeGeGe no Kitarō anime that aired on Fuji TV.

Episodes[edit]

1968[edit]

Number Title Original Airdate
1 "Ghost Nighter"
"Obake Nightaa" (おばけナイター) 
January 1, 1968
A kid named Donpei walked through a graveyard and finds a baseball bat on the ground with some funny writing on it. He swings it for fun and finds that anything he hits always lands where he wants. He becomes famous at school for always hitting home-runs. This bat belongs to a Youkai baseball team and this team asks Kitaro to get the bat back from the humans. Kitaro explains to the human kids they need the bat back but they won't. Kitaro offers a Baseball game at 3am to settle the issue; if the Humans win the Youkai will give up on the bat and if the Youkai win the human kids will have to give up their lives. Donpei's team accepts. The games is canceled before the game finished because the Youkai don't want to be caught in the sun. The issue is settled with the Youkai getting their bat back while the humans keep their lives. 
2 "Yasha"
"Yasha" (夜叉) 
January 10, 1968
Yasha is a demon that steals children's souls. It lures children to it by possessing a person and plays hypnotizing music on a guitar. The souls are stored in balloons to be eaten later. Yasha's true form is hair. Kitaro's soul gets stolen as well but his father brings his soul back to him before he is killed. In a fight with Yasha, Kitaro calls for his Youkai Lamp (a fire spirit) and burns Yasha to death. The souls of the children are returned. 
3 "Youkai Castle"
"Youkai Jou" (妖怪城) 
January 17, 1968
The seal on a youkai castle is taken off by Nezumi-otoko [Rat-man] and the youkai from the castle requests children from a village to be given to the castle once a month to turn them into youkai. Kitaro happens to be walking by and offers to help. Kitaro asks to borrow one girl to be bait for the bad youkai. Nezumi-otoko comes to get the girl which surprises Kitaro because they know each other. Nezumi-otoko is known to be greedy and not care for anyone other than himself and is only helping the youkai of the castle for fun. The girl gets taken from Kitaro. Kitaro gets in a series of fights with the Youkai of the castle. In the end he is flattened and his chanchanko [his magic vest] is taken by Nezumi-otoko. Kitaro channels his mind into the chanchanko and threatens to suffocate Nezumi-otoko remotely and makes him re-seal the castle. Kitaro becomes un-flattened with help from his father and saves the girl before morning. 
4 "Vampire La Seine [?]"
"Kyuuketsuki Ra・Seenu" (吸血鬼ラ・セーヌ) 
January 24, 1968
5 "Great Sea Beast (Part 1)"
"Daikaijuu ( Zenpen )" (大海獣(前編)) 
January 31, 1968
6 "Great Sea Beast (Part 2)"
"Daikaijuu ( Kouhen )" (大海獣(後編)) 
February 7, 1968
7 "Ghost Train"
"Yūrei densha" (ゆうれい電車) 
February 14, 1968
8 "Old Man of the Mirror [?]"
"Kagami Jijii" (鏡爺) 
February 21, 1968
9 "The Look-up Priest [?]"
"Miage nyūdō" (見上げ入道) 
February 28, 1968
10 "Great Youkai War (Part 1)"
"Yōkai daisensō (zenpen)" (妖怪大戦争(前編)) 
March 6, 1968
11 "Great Youkai War (Part 2)"
"Yōkai daisensō (kōhen)" (妖怪大戦争(後編)) 
March 13, 1968
12 "The Youkai Nurarihyon"
"Yōkai Nurarihyon" (妖怪ぬらりひょん) 
March 20, 1968
13 "Hell Cruise"
"Jigoku nagashi" (地獄流し) 
March 27, 1968
14 "Water Tiger"
"Suiko" (水虎) 
April 7, 1968
15 "Vampire Elite (Part 1)"
"Kyūketsuki eriito (zenpen)" (吸血鬼エリート (前編)) 
April 14, 1968
16 "Vampire Elite (Part 2)"
"Kyūketsuki eriito (kōhen)" (吸血鬼エリート (後編)) 
April 21, 1968
17 "Cat Hermit"
"Neko sennin" (猫仙人) 
April 28, 1968
18 "Witch Doll"
"Majo ningyō" (魔女人形) 
May 5, 1968
19 "Blood Sucking Tree"
"Kyūketsu ki" (吸血木) 
May 12, 1968
20 "Cat-girl and Rat-man"
"Neko musume to nezumi otoko" (猫娘とねずみ男) 
May 19, 1968
21 "Youkai Beast"
"Yōkai-jū (zenhen)" (妖怪獣 (前編)) 
May 26, 1968
22 "Youkai Beast"
"Yōkai-jū (kōhen)" (妖怪獣 (後編)) 
June 2, 1968
23 "Tōge no yōkai" (峠の妖怪)  June 9, 1968
24 (白山坊)  June 16, 1968
25 "Denki yōkai" (電気妖怪)  June 23, 1968
26 (海座頭)  June 30, 1968
27 "Odoroodoro" (おどろおどろ)  July 7, 1968
28 "Makura kaeshi" (まくら返し)  July 14, 1968
29 "Mirror Battle [?]"
"Kagami kassen" (鏡合戦) 
July 21, 1968
30 "Devil Burial"
"Akuma beriaru" (悪魔ベリアル) 
July 28, 1968
31 "Mōryō" (もうりょう)  August 4, 1968
32 "Yōka" (妖花)  August 11, 1968
33 (さざえ鬼)  August 18, 1968
34 (さら小僧)  August 25, 1968
35 "Koma Yōkai" (こま妖怪)  September 1, 1968
36 "Diamond Youkai"
"Daiyamondo yōkai" (ダイヤモンド妖怪) 
September 8, 1968
37 (手の目)  September 15, 1968
38 (おりたたみ入道)  September 22, 1968
39 (妖怪軍団)  September 29, 1968
40 (おベベ沼の妖怪)  October 6, 1968
41 (ばけ猫)  October 13, 1968
42 (人食い島)  October 20, 1968
43 "Hiderigami" (ひでりがみ)  October 27, 1968
44 (げた合戦)  November 3, 1968
45 "Nopperabō" (のっぺらぼう)  November 10, 1968
46 "Ubume" (うぶめ)  November 17, 1968
47 (天邪鬼)  November 24, 1968
48 (雪ん子)  December 1, 1968
49 "Tenko [?]" (天狐)  December 8, 1968
50 (妖怪関ケ原)  December 15, 1968
51 (穴ぐら入道)  December 22, 1968
52 (吸血妖怪団)  December 29, 1968
53 (妖怪大統領)  January 5, 1969
54 "Youkai Rally"
"Youkai Rarii" (妖怪ラリー) 
January 12, 1969
55 (妖怪毛羽毛現)  January 19, 1969
56 (磯女)  January 26, 1969
57 (隠形魔法)  February 2, 1969
58 (おぼろぐるま)  February 9, 1969
59 "Daruma"
"Daruma" (だるま) 
February 16, 1969
60 (笠地蔵)  February 23, 1969
61 (後神)  March 2, 1969
62 "Umijijii" (海じじい)  March 9, 1969
63 "Namahage" (なまはげ)  March 16, 1969
64 (陰摩羅鬼)  March 23, 1969
65 "Yōkai hōkō" (妖怪ほうこう)  March 30, 1969

1971[edit]

  • ==Tomorrow Night== January 13, 1971

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