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Toho Releases Godzilla Island on Youtube

Toho Releases Godzilla Island on Youtube

Toho has announced that Godzilla Island will be added to their official Youtube channel for a limited time. A new episode will be added to the Godzilla Island playlist every Monday and Friday--But each episode will only be available for 4 weeks. You can access the playlist here.

Godzilla Island was a 1997 children's television series that was known for using action figures to portray Godzilla and his many adversaries. The ultra-low budget series boasted 256 episodes each roughly 3 minutes long. It aired every weekday in Japan on Nippon Television and ended in September, 1998.

You can watch the first episode, "Attack of the Giant UFO!" below:

Godzilla Island stars Jiro Dan (The Return of Ultraman), Mayumi Okuwa and Kaori Aizawa. It was written by Takahiko Masuda and directed by Shun Mizutani. Asai Kei produced.

Make sure to tune in to new uploads of Godzilla Island every Monday and Friday here.
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This article was written By G. H. (Gman) and published on 2018-01-02 23:05:44

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8 Fan responses to Toho Releases Godzilla Island on Youtube


Jan-03-2018 5:40 AM

Haha! That should be fun to watch! Crunchyroll taketh away, and youtube givith.


Jan-03-2018 6:27 AM

Well this is unexpected.


Jan-03-2018 7:05 AM


i ADORE Godzilla Island!  I've seen it from beginning to end probably a dozen times!  It is, completely unironically, one of my favorite Godzilla things ever.  You totally get into it, and soon, you don't think about the toys.  It sounds ridiculous, but it's totally true!

Its been a difficult show for western fans to see in its entirety.  I'm so glad that now people will have the opportunity to see this super fun, super weird, super wonderful little show.  

The Legend of Brian

Jan-03-2018 11:21 AM

I bought this around a year ago, I'm really glad I did, it was such a fun series. I really hope more fans watch this because it was ridiculously fun. I'll probably rewatch it on Youtube now!


Jan-03-2018 12:41 PM

I really wish I could understand Japanese. I only know a few words besides the names of the monsters.


Jan-03-2018 6:01 PM

^I'm not a Japanese speaker either, but I did a tremendous amount of research on this show 8 or so years ago to try to build up some western knowledge on this little gem of a footnote in Godzilla's history, including an in depth episode guide.  I never did much with the info (some of it ended up on the super old, now long gone version of Wikizilla), but if you'd like clarification on anything as the series progresses, I'd be glad to fill anyone in on what I know about the various story arcs, characters, and evil alien plots!

The Legend of Brian

Jan-03-2018 7:17 PM

In all honesty, I found it way more enjoyable not knowing what was going on. Since it was made to sell toy to little children, I always found the stories simple enough to understand without knowing the language. 


Jan-19-2018 5:32 AM

Does anyone know the lyrics to the Godzilla Island theme song? I think I know the Kaiju mentioned and want to see if I'm right. I think the monsters mentioned are Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, Battra, King Ghidorah, Hedorah, Ebriah, Megalon, MechaGodzilla, Moguera, Manda, Gigan, Anguirus, Gabara, Baragon? (not sure on that one) and SpaceGodzilla. Am I right?

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