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Tokyo Ghoul is an Japanese horror action anime that was produced by Pierrot and released on Tokyo MX. The initial Japanese broadcast was censored due to local network restrictions regarding violence on TV during certain hours . The censored version was then sent to international anime streaming services such as Crunchyroll. (though the uncensored version did eventually start streaming on the service.)

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International CensorshipEdit

  • Episode 1
  1. The scene that shows a close up on a pile of human corpses was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see most of the bodies an blood.
  2. The scene that shows Rize eating one of the corpses was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see Rize eating the corpse.
  3. The scene that shows a close up on a dead human corpse in a ally, was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see the dead man's face.
  4. The scene that shows the ghoul eating the dead human corpse was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see the dead human corpse.
  5. The scene that shows Nishiki looking at Kaneki was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see the dead human corpse.
  6. The scene that shows Nishiki pinning Kaneki to the wall was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result you can no longer see the human's severed arm.
  7. The scene that shows a close up on the dead human corpse was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result most of the dead human's head is covered in shadows and most of the pool of blood is covered in shadows.
  8. The scene that shows a close up on dead ghoul's head was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version the scene was digitally darkened, as a result most of the severed head is covered in shadows.
  9. The scene that shows the dead ghoul body lying on top of the dead human's body was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version shadows were digitally added, as a result you can no longer see the human corpse's head.
  10. The scene that shows a close up on the ghoul's severed head was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version shadows were digitally added, as a result you can no longer see the head and most of the pool of blood surrounding the head.
  11. The scene that shows Touka offering the severed arm to Kaneki was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version shadows were digitally added, as a result you can no longer see the corpse that was next to her feet.
  12. The scene that shows Touka holding the severed arm was modified for the Japanese broadcast. In the Japanese version shadows were digitally added, as a result part of the arm is covered in shadows.
  13. The scene that shows Touka touching the severed head was replaced with a close up on Touka.

Where to find it uncensoredEdit

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