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Garugaru in Rebirth of Mothra
Alternate names Garu Garu, Garu-Garu, Gagaru
Subtitle(s) Mecha Mini Dragon
(メカミニドラゴン,   Meka Mini Doragon)[1]
Flying Devil
(空飛ぶ小悪魔,   Soratobu Shōakuma)RoM[2]
Species Robotic Dragon
Height 20 centimeters
Length 55 centimeters,RoM-RoM2[2]
30 centimetersRoM3[2]
Wingspan 30 centimeters,RoM-RoM2[2]
40 centimetersRoM3[2]
Weight 50 kilogramsRoM-RoM2[2]
Forms Garugaru II, Garugaru III
Controlled by Belvera
Relations Belvera (Creator)
Allies Belvera
Enemies Fairy Mothra, Elias
Created by Sueya Masumi
Portrayed by Puppet, CGI
First appearance Latest appearance
Rebirth of Mothra Rebirth of Mothra III

Garugaru (ガルガル,   Garugaru) is a robotic dragon kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in the 1996 Toho film, Rebirth of Mothra.


Heisei series

Rebirth of Mothra

Garugaru was created by Belvera to help her take over the world. It was attacked by Fairy Mothra, but it managed to escape. It transported Belvera to Desghidorah's tomb, and was eventually destroyed by Fairy Mothra.

Rebirth of Mothra II

Garugaru was rebuilt to help Belvera again, but it was only used for transport. It was modified with cannons, and fought Fairy Mothra once before escaping with Belvera.

Rebirth of Mothra III

Garugaru 3 was built with more advanced weaponry, but it was damaged by King Ghidorah when it was pulled into his dome, but Belvera escaped. After Mothra Leo defeated King Ghidorah once and for all, Belvera arrived to witness Leo's transformation into Eternal Mothra, having repaired Garugaru at some point during the battle. Afterwards, she left on the repaired Garugaru once Moll was revived.


Shubibin Beam

Garugaru III can fire a purple beam called the Shubibin Beam (シュビビンビーム).


Video games

  • Godzilla Generations (1998) - Sega Dreamcast
  • Collect Godzilla: Giant Monster Assembly (1998) - Sega Dreamcast VMU


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