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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ)’s
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Demand Score

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Average Demand for Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ) is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ) has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

In the early twentieth century, Russo-Japanese War veteran Sugimoto "Immortal" Saichi scratches out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush in the wilderness of Hokkaido. When he stumbles across a map to a fortune in hidden Ainu gold, he sets off on a treacherous quest to find it. But Sugimoto is not the only interested party, and everyone who knows about the gold will kill to possess it. Faced with the harsh conditions of the northern wilderness, ruthless criminals and rogue Japanese soldiers, Sugimoto will need all his skills and luck - and the help of an Ainu girl named Asirpa - to survive.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Japanese

Release Date: April 9, 2018

Also Known As: Золоте божество, Kamui Mozhav |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Canada (13+) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Geno Studio, NBC Universal Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Emily Fajardo
as Additional Voices
Alex Mai
as Additional Voices/Alexander II
Hiroki Touchi
as Wilk
Yoshito Yasuhara
as Kadokura
Ian Sinclair
as Sugimoto/Sugimoto Saichi
Ben Bryant
as Additional Voices/Narizou Arisaka
Jessica Cavanagh
as Huci
Yuki Ishikari
as Captain Maeyama/Maeyama
Joe Cucinotti
as Additional Voices
Kristen McGuire
as Additional Voices
Lynn
as Fina
Junichi Yanagita
as Yamamoto
Aaron Roberts
as Kenkichi Aoyama
Banjô Ginga
as Kiichirou Wakayama
Marcus D. Stimac
as Narration/Narrator/Additional Voices
Miyuki Ichijô
as Huci
Mutsumi Tamura
as Chôkichi
Christopher Lew
as Additional Voices
Akio Ôtsuka
as Nihei Tetsuzou
Jamie Marchi
as Fina
Apphia Yu
as Osoma
Larissa Tago Takeda
as Child
Rina Honizumi
as Beniko
Kenjirô Tsuda
as Ogata Hyakunosuke
David Wald
as Tsurumi
Yuichiro Umehara
as Vasily
Chris Thurman
as Additional Voices
Reigo Yamaguchi
as Talkative Russian/Uilta
Wataru Takagi
as Umakichi Kusuda
Haruki Ishiya
as Mishima
Hideyuki Tanaka
as Tatsuya Nakazawa
Kentarô Itô
as Shiraishi Yoshitake
Hôchû Ôtsuka
as Tokushirou Tsurumi
Kimberly Grace
as Additional Voices/Fumi
Joanna Beaty
as Additional Voices
Taisuke Nakano
as Kouichi Hasegawa
Stephen Sanders
as Kouhei/Kouhei Nikaidou/Additional Voices
Brian Olvera
as Additional Voices
Miho Okasaki
as Child
Kenta Miyake
as Gansoku Maiharu
Joanna Beatty
as Additional Voices
Masumi Taira
as Kenkichi's Mother
You Taichi
as Chiyoko
Bonnie Mitchell
as Additional Voices
Kenny Green
as Toni Anji
Yasuhiro Kikuchi
as Lighthouse Husband
Kenji Nomura
as Tatsuma Ushiyama
Hiroyuki Kinoshita
as Teruchika Yodogawa
Jean-Luc Hester
as Additional Voices
Jim Johnson
as Makanakkuru
Blake Shepard
as Additional Voices/Okada
Greg Silva
as Additional Voices
Eiji Takemoto
as Hajime Tsukishima
Nolan Chapa
as Additional Voices
Yoshimasa Hosoya
as Tanigaki Genjirou
Tomoaki Maeno
as Kirawus
Kyle Igneczi
as Usami
Clay Wheeler
as Additional Voices/Gyuutarou
Ben Phillips
as Shiraishi Yoshitake/Shiraishi
Aaron Dismuke
as Additional Voices
Yutaka Aoyama
as Gotou
Brandon McInnis
as Edogai
Kenta Sasa
as Tanigaki's Brother
Jarrod Greene
as Tetsuzou/Tetsuzou Nihei
Sayaka Kaneko
as Dancing Girl
Tomokazu Sugita
as Kouhei Nikaidou/Youhei Nikaidou
Soshiro Hori
as Ilya/Jockey
Shawn Gann
as Tamai
Takayuki Sugô
as Nagakura Shinpachi
Misaki Watanabe
as Svetlana
Howard Wang
as Cikapasi/Additional Voices
Orion Pitts
as Ogata
Akira Kuwabara
as Uilta Woman
Derek Whitener
as Additional Voices/Mishima
Amanda R. Gish
as Additional Voices
Mark Stoddard
as Inudou
Dalton Tindall
as Toraji
Shôji Izumi
as Tanigaki's Father
Taketora
as Matasuke Ejiri
Fumihiko Tachiki
as Narrator/Narration
Terri Doty
as Ienaga
Nobuo Tobita
as Tamotsu Hidoro
Austin Tindle
as Henmi
Toshihiko Seki
as Henmi Kazuo
Charles C. Campbell
as Kiyohiro Suzukawa/Gotou
Motomu Kiyokawa
as Old Yoichiro
Katsuyuki Konishi
as Otonoshin Koito
Akihiro Tajima
as Heishi
Monica Rial
as Asirpa
Takaya Hashi
as Shirosuke Inudou
Atsuko Yuya
as Young Sofia
Cris George
as Kenkichi's Father/Magnate
Brad Kurtz
as Additional Voices
Arisa Sakuraba
as Village Woman
R. Bruce Elliott
as Ogata's Father
Tetsuo Kanao
as Eddie Dun
Jeremy Inman
as Additional Voices/Shibukawa
Kazuya Nakai
as Nagakura Shinpachi (Young)
Tetsuo Sasaki
as Kenkichi Aoyama
Yôji Ueda
as Shinpei Hidoro
Caitlin Glass
as Edogai's Mother
Daman Mills
as Otonoshin Koito/Additional Voices
Shinpachi Tsuji
as Yamada
Barry Yandell
as Wilk
Jordan Dash Cruz
as Additional Voices/Komiya
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
as Usami Tokishige
Uko Tachibana
as Hidoro Matriarch
Felecia Angelle
as Inkarmat
Tôru Ohkawa
as Heiji Koito
David Matranga
as Tanigaki
Eizô Tsuda
as Kenzou Tamoto
Chikahiro Kobayashi
as Sugimoto Saichi
Anthony Bowling
as Additional Voices
Yûichi Nakamura
as Hijikata Toshizo (Young)
Ryder Roberts
as Additional Voices
Mamiko Noto
as Inkarmat
Tasuku Hatanaka
as Yuusaku Hanazawa
Ryo Yawata
as Russian Emperor
Kimiko Saitô
as Sofia
Kujira
as Yamada Fumie
Hideyuki Umezu
as Thomas
Jun Kasama
as Okada
Kosuke Takaguchi
as Kenkichi's Father
Ayaka Asai
as Osoma
Joshua Bangle
as Additional Voices
Yuka Nukui
as Igogusa chan
Arisa Sekine
as Toraji (Young)
Kana Ichinose
as Enonoka
Andy Mullins
as Additional Voices/Thomas
Comona Lewin
as Additional Voices
Katsuhisa Hôki
as Koujirou Hanazawa
Greg Dulcie
as Hijikata
David Novinski
as Kadokura
Julie Shields
as Additional Voices
Ayaka Nitta
as Tanigaki's Mother
Robert Gemaehlich
as Additional Voices/Noma
Yuma Uchida
as Yasaku Edogai
Taiten Kusunoki
as Kiyohiro Suzukawa
Tetsu Inada
as Captain Wada
Akeno Watanabe
as Cikapasi
Toshio Furukawa
as Chouan Kumagishi
Kanehira Yamamoto
as Prisoner #1
Haruka Shiraishi
as Asirpa
Sumi Shimamoto
as Sister Miyazawa
Christopher Sabat
as Ushiyama
Yû Mizushima
as Toni Anji
Kylie Stewart
as Additional Voices
Bill Flynn
as Captain Wada
Tarusuke Shingaki
as Zenjirou Shibukawa
Bin Shimada
as Narizou Arisaka
Stephen Fu
as Youhei
Masashi Nogawa
as Fox Furrier
Jôji Nakata
as Hijikata Toshizo
Ryunosuke Watanuki
as Komiya
Yasuaki Takumi
as Toraji
Samantha Herek
as Additional Voices/Kenkichi's Mother
Sayaka Ôhara
as Kano Ienaga
Ricco Fajardo
as Kiroranke
Brian Mathis
as Heiji Koito/Tanigaki's Father
Travis Mullenix
as Fake Nopperabo/Additional Voices
Kyle Phillips
as Additional Voices/Maeyama
Chris Gardner
as Additional Voices
Daisuke Ono
as Young Yoichiro
Kent Williams
as Nagakura
Hiromichi Tezuka
as Tamai/Tamai gochô
Hinata Tadokoro
as Noma
Ryô Sugisaki
as Henke/Masseur
Masumi Asano
as Fumi
Wataru Hatano
as Kantarou
Eric Rolon
as Additional Voices
Patric Carroll
as Additional Voices
Quinn Angell
as Hajime Tsukishima/Additional Voices/Hajime
Patrick Morphy
as Additional Voices
Atsushi Ono
as Makanakkuru
Masaki Terasoma
as Kiroranke
Maki Tsuruta
as Lighthouse Wife/Proprietress
Hideyuki Hori
as Shiton Anehata
Hiroki Maeda
as Bartender/Secret Police
Justin Duncan
as Additional Voices

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2019

Nominee

Crunchyroll Anime Awards

Best Girl

Nominee

Crunchyroll Anime Awards

Best Antagonist

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