Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka (1974-75)

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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka

Air Date November 12, 1974 - April 5, 1975
Distributed by Toho
Channel Nippon Television
Genre Tokusatsu
Episodes 156[1]
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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka (行け! (うし) (わか) () () (ろう),   Ike! Ushiwaka Kotarō) is a Japanese tokusatsu show produced by Toho that aired from November 12, 1974 to April 5, 1975. It is a followup series to Go! Greenman and the fourth in a series of tokusatsu shows primarily produced by Toho and Nippon TV, though it does not share canon with any of the shows preceding it.


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  1. Volume of Kotaro's Birth
  2. Volume of the Yokai Family's Grudge
  3. Volume of the Trap of Hell Valley
  4. Volume of Onibaba's Treasure
  5. Volume of Kotaro in Peril
  6. Volume of the Ghost Well
  7. Volume of the One-Horned Demon
  8. Volume of the Sorrowful Satori Yokai
  9. Volume of the Cursed Demon Hannya
  10. Volume of Coonjo and a Handgun
  11. Volume of Uragira's Misfortune
  12. Volume of the Doll Yokai
  13. Volume of the Greed Yokai
  14. Volume of the Tenjouname Yokai
  15. Volume of the Wall-Passing Yokai
  16. Volume of the Defeated-by-a-Chestnut Demon
  17. Volume of Cheating One Another
  18. Volume of the Interesting Manga
  19. Volume of the Intuitive Yokai
  20. Volume of the Came-to-Like-Nyuudou Demon
  21. Volume of Money Yokai Lord Kanen
  22. Volume of the Powerful Unparalleled Kappa
  23. Volume of the Cursed Ushioni Vase
  24. Volume of the Yamauba Duel
  25. Volume of the Badger Road Man Poison Strategy
  26. Volume of the Yokai Sansei
  27. Volume of Evil Spirit Sougenbi
  28. Volume of the Shoukera Venom Claw
  29. Volume of the Emerged-from-a-Vase Yokai
  30. Volume of the Fish Yokai
  31. Volume of Shirakubi
  32. Volume of the Ghost's Sword
  33. Volume of Nopperabou
  34. Volume of Superhuman Strength Yokai Hihihi
  35. Volume of Greed in Moderation
  36. Volume of Nyuudou's Brother
  37. Volume of Yokai Biroun
  38. Volume of the Deception Yokai
  39. Volume of Momonjee
  40. Volume of Sodehikikozo
  41. Volume of Strongman Yokai Saigou
  42. Volume of Hyousube
  43. Volume of the Ghost Egg
  44. Volume of Inugami's Paper
  45. Volume of Yamahiko
  46. Volume of Tomb Yokai Uwan
  47. Volume of Trampoline Yokai Hazumi
  48. Volume of Intense Training
  49. Volume of Imitation Yokai Hesomagari
  50. Volume of Kotaro's Critical Moment
  51. Volume of the Dead Yokai
  52. Volume of the Crybaby Old Man
  53. Volume of Yokai Gashadokuro
  54. Volume of Uragira Held Hostage
  55. Volume of Tree Spirit Todoro
  56. Volume of Yokai Taiyan
  57. Volume of the Garbage Yokai's Appearance
  58. Volume of Kanibozu
  59. Volume of the Yokai Sacrifice
  60. Volume of the Banquet Yokai
  61. Volume of Yokai Yarinbou
  62. Volume of Ghost Nyuudou
  63. Volume of the Poisonous Mushroom Ghost
  64. Volume of Forest Yokai Koppa
  65. Volume of Nurarihyon
  66. Volume of the Reverse Pillar Yokai
  67. Volume of Hitotsumekozou
  68. Volume of Kamioni
  69. Volume of Bat Yokai Burusagari
  70. Volume of Evil Yokai Kasha
  71. Volume of Beach Yokai Nagisa
  72. Volume of the Dancer Yokai
  73. Volume of Nyuudou Catching a Cold
  74. Volume of Uragira's Nightmare
  75. Volume of Yokai Doumeki
  76. Volume of the Naginata-Wanting Yokai
80. Volume of the Darkness Yokai
82. Volume of Yokai Amanjaku
84. Volume of the Bell Spirit
85. Volume of Onihitokuchi
86. Volume of Aonyoubou
87. Volume of the Drunkard Yokai
88. Volume of the Kamimai Yokai
90. Volume of Karakasakozou
94. Volume of the Yokai Sea Spirit
96. Volume of Nurejo
97. Volume of the Yokai Atomizer
98. Volume of Futakuchionna
99. Volume of the Phantom Yokai's Car
100. Volume of the Earth-Diving Yokai
101. Volume of Yokai Fake Nyuudou
102. Volume of Yokai Morokubi
103. Volume of the Poisonous Moth Yokai
104. Volume of Bloodsucking Sickle Dzukai
106. Volume of Drunkard Yokai Hadarashi
107. Volume of City Yokai Onibaba
110. Volume of Yokai Paigon
113. Volume of Ubume
114. Volume of the Bell Sound Yokai
116. Volume of the Spoils of Mountain Fishing
117. Volume of Coonjo's Greatest Chance
119. Volume of Yokai Tsuchigumo
120. Volume of the Hide-and-Seek Yokai
121. Volume of the Dancing Shoes
122. Volume of the Yokai Magic Trick Competition
123. Volume of the Kimono-Wanting Yokai
124. Volume of Yamaonna
125. Volume of the Olden Temple Yokai
129. Volume of the Tricked Yokai
131. Volume of the Magic Ball
133. Volume of Yakubyougami
134. Volume of the Magic Bicycle
135. Volume of Kotaro Riding a Horse
136. Volume of Nyuudou's Misfortune
137. Volume of Yokai Hayatochiri
139. Volume of Crab Yokai Taraba
140. Volume of Bloodsucking Demon Vampi
141. Volume of Shiwanba
142. Volume of Spirit Possession
143. Volume of Dead Yokai Waranari
144. Volume of Judgement Yokai Hyakutataki


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Ryoichi Tanaka   as   Voice of Kotaro Ushiwaka
  • Masayuki Kato   as   Voice of Nyuudou
  • Takashi Taguchi   as   Voice of Uragira
  • Kiyoko Shibata   as   Voice of Coonjo

Video Releases

Toho (2019) [Volume 1]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:
    • オープニング2種
    • 「来るか妖怪」

Toho (2019) [Volume 2]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:
    • "Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka" Still Collection Part 1

Toho (2019) [Volume 3]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:
    • "Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka" Still Collection Part 2

Toho (2019) [Volume 4]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:
    • "Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka" Music Video
    • "来るか妖怪" Music Video



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