Go! Go! Itsutsugo Land

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Go! Go! Itsutsugo Land
ゴーゴー五つ子ら・ん・ど
(Go go itsutsugo ra·n·do)
Anime television series
Directed by Setsuko Shibuichi (Chief Director)
Produced by Tatsuo Ono
Andrew Tamon Niwa
Written by Kazumi Koide
Mitsuyo Suenaga
Music by Taku Iwasaki
Tom Keenlyside & John Mitchell, Kevin Stremlaw, Traci Stremlaw & David Iris (English version)
Studio Magic Bus (animation)
Eiken (production)
Shogakukan (publisher)
Toei Animation (production)
Licensed by
The Ocean Group (2005-present)
Original network TBS
English network
Original run April 14, 2001March 30, 2002
Episodes 50
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Go! Go! Itsutsugo Land (ゴーゴー五つ子ら・ん・ど Go go itsutsugo ra·n·do?) is a Japanese anime series that originally aired in Japan during 2001 and 2002 on TBS.

The series has been dubbed into English and aired in New Zealand as Let's Go Quintuplets!.[1]

In the Netherlands the series has been broadcast Jetix starting from 2005, under the title Bende van Vijf (Gang of five). In the Netherlands the show is more popular than in Japan and the United States.

The series is about five quintuplets, Kabuto, Hinoki, Arashi, Kinoko and Kodama Morino, who have all kinds of adventures together.

The series totals 50 episodes, each one consisting of 1 to 2 parts.

The name Go! Go! Itsutsugo has a double meaning. Go is, apart from the English word, also Japanese for "five". Itsutsugo means quintuplet.

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