Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide | 2014 Series Age Rating
Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide | 2014 Series Age Rating

Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide

Tokyo Ghoul (東京喰種) is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Sui Ishida. It is written by Chūji Mikasano and directed by Shuhei Morita.

The series is produced by Ken Hagino, Hajime Maruyama, Yoshito Danno, Hidetada Soga and distributed by Netflix, Adult Swim, FUNimation Entertainment. However, the production company is Pierrot.

Tokyo Ghoul Age Rating

TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul is rated TV-MA for strong graphic violence and language, some nudity, and brief drug content.

TV-MA – Some content shown in the series may be inappropriate for children under the age of 17.

TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul Release date

TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul was released on 03 July 2014 (USA).

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Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide | 2014 Series Age Rating
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Series Name Tokyo Ghoul
Genre Animation, Action, Drama, Horror, Thriller
Age Rating TV-MA
Season 01
Episodes 12
Release date 03 July 2014 (USA)
Created by Sui Ishida
Official Website Netflix


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Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide

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Strong Violence, a ghoul gets stabbed in the eye and takes out the knife.
Brief Nudity and women in revealing clothes are shown throughout.
There is a sequence of a boy being tortured through different means.
The main protagonist gets his fingers and toes cut off, but all it shows is bloody tools.
There is a scene with a girl eating human organs there is so much blood on the table and plate.
Intense Language, “Fu*k”, “Bit*h”, “Sh*t”, “Di*k”, “Cu*t”, “Bastard”.
Drug Misuse, a boy was drugged before he was tortured.
A woman is occasionally seen naked in some episodes.


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TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul Overview

In this series, a student named Ken Kaneki barely survives a deadly encounter with Rize Kamishiro, his date who reveals herself as a ghoul and tries to eat him.

Tokyo is haunted by ghouls who resemble humans but feast on their flesh. As a ghoul-human hybrid, Ken Kaneki finds himself caught between two worlds.

People are gripped by the fear of these ghouls whose identities are masked in mystery. Little does he realize that his fate will change overnight.

After recovering, Kaneki discovers that he underwent surgery that transformed him into a half-ghoul. This was accomplished because some of Rize’s organs were transferred into his body, and now, like normal ghouls, he must consume human flesh to survive.

Tokyo Ghoul Official Trailer

Tokyo Ghoul - Season 1 - Official Uncut Trailer

TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul Voice Cast

  • Natsuki Hanae as Kaneki Ken
  • Austin Tindle as Ken Kaneki
  • Sora Amamiya as Touka Kirishima
  • Brina Palencia as Touka Kirishima
  • Clifford Chapin as Hideyoshi Nagachika
  • Sean Hennigan as Yoshimura
  • Mike McFarland as Kotaro Amon
  • Lara Woodhull as Hinami Fueguchi
  • Kenny Green as Kureo Mado
  • Phil Parsons as Renji Yomo
  • Monica Rial as Rize Kamishiro
  • Christopher Sabat as Jason
  • Eric Vale as Nishiki Nishio
  • Shintarô Asanuma as Nishiki Nishio
  • Mamoru Miyano as Shuu Tsukiyama
  • Sumire Morohoshi as Hinami Fueguchi
  • Aaron Roberts as Uta
  • J. Michael Tatum as Shu Tsukiyama
  • Colleen Clinkenbeard as Ryoko Fueguchi
  • Aaron Dismuke as Sante

Tokyo Ghoul Age Rating and Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide

Know about Tokyo Ghoul Parents Guide. Why Series Tokyo Ghoul received this age rating? Read the complete information here about Tokyo Ghoul age rating in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

TV-Series Tokyo Ghoul is rated MA15+ in Australia, R-15 in Japan, R13 in New Zealand, 18+ in Russia, NC16 in Singapore, 15 in the United Kingdom, TV-MA in the United States.

In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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