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Ghogo™ copyright icon
Ghogo in Rebirth of Mothra II
Alternate names Gorgo[1][2]
Subtitle(s) Legendary Beast
(伝説獣,   Densetsu-jū)[3]
Species Fairy
Height 20 centimeters[1]
Weight 0.9 kilograms[1]
Allies The Elias, Mothra Leo
Enemies Dagahra
Created by Masumi Suetani
Portrayed by Puppet
First appearance Rebirth of Mothra II

Ghogo (ゴーゴ,   Gōgo) is a fairy kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in the 1997 Toho film, Rebirth of Mothra II.


The character is called "Gorgo" in the English dubbed international version of the film. This spelling is also used in the English credits on Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's 2014 Blu-Ray release of the film.[2]


Ghogo has a long yellow-white fur coat which covers his whole body except for his eyes, antenna and claws. He has big white eyes, also with large black pupils, with an antenna on his head that takes roughly a fourth of his total height. He moves constantly by hopping, with feet similar to chickens' claws.


Heisei Series

Rebirth of Mothra II

Ghogo is sent to Okinawa to find help after Dagahra is released, and he finds Shiori Uranai and two other children. He and the Elias convince them to return to the Nilai-Kanai Temple. He leads them to Princess Yuna, and it is revealed that he has the power to heal Mothra Leo. He turns him into Rainbow Mothra, giving up his life in the process.


  • Ghogo can merge with Mothra Leo.
  • Ghogo's urine heals all wounds.
  • Ghogo is an extraordinary jumper.
  • Ghogo has psychic abilities.

Video Games

Godzilla: Trading Battle

Ghogo makes an appearance in Godzilla: Trading Battle through an effect card called "Fairy Ghogo" (妖精ゴーゴ,   Yōsei Gōgo).


Main article: Ghogo/Gallery.

See Also


This is a list of references for Ghogo. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 All Toho Monsters Pictorial Book (4th Edition). Yosensha. p. 268. 4 September 2016. ISBN: 978-4-8003-0362-2.
  2. 2.0 2.1 ROM2 export credits - Gorgo.png
  3. Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia. Shogakukan. p. 102. 23 July 2014. ISBN: 4-096-82090-3.


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5 months ago
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The friendly gremlin!


8 months ago
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Ghogo's healing ability is just weird for me...

Watch Rebirth of Mothra 2 to find out why


30 months ago
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"Ghogo's urine heals all wounds." Whaaat?


22 months ago
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They call it pee, but is it really? It could just be a regenerative fluid that it expels when someone is injured.

Varan The Unbelievable

31 months ago
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How the hell did this thing get its own copyright icon

Green Blob Thing

31 months ago
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Because its an officially copyrighted character that also serves as one of the main characters in the second Mothra film.


33 months ago
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Remember to remove the batteries from your Furby... you don't want them keeping you awake.


33 months ago
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He's a furby kaiju and that scares me

Green Blob Thing

39 months ago
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Ghogo vs. Oh Pi... Now why hasn't that movie been made yet?


42 months ago
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Yay!!! Kaiju Furby!!!


12 months ago
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I misread that as "kaiju furry"
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