First aired in 2014, the story of Ken Kaneki, trapped between the shared worlds of humans and ghouls remains one of the most-loved series of all time! Thankfully for fans, there are still places where you can watch Tokyo Ghoul online.
Note: as this is a classic anime series, the streaming rights for different platforms and regions change regularly. We would recommend looking at Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu in your region as results can vary.
The story takes place in Tokyo, where human-like ghouls hide in the shadows of society and kill humans for food. When Ken Kaneki’s date turns out to be a ghoul, he is caught in an accident and saved from death by taking some of the ghoul's organs, becoming a human-ghoul hybrid.
Tokyo Ghoul follows Ken’s life from that point as he finds himself stuck between two worlds, becoming an unwilling conduit for an increasingly vicious conflict between ghouls and the CCG tasked with controlling them.
Is Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix?
Currently, Tokyo Ghoul is only available on Netflix for viewers in Japan and some regions in Europe, including the UK.
Viewers in the UK can enjoy the whole series, including the first season, Root A and both cours of Ghoul:re. Many of the spin-offs, such as Tokyo Ghoul Jack and Pinto, are also available.
Is Tokyo Ghoul on Crunchyroll?
Tokyo Ghoul is available in some regions on Crunchyroll, but not all, so it’s worth checking for your region before you pay for a subscription.
Most regions can find all of Tokyo Ghoul on Crunchyroll. Some regions, such as the UK, have all but the first season available to stream on Crunchyroll.
Is Tokyo Ghoul on Funimation?
Similar to Crunchyroll, Funimation only has certain regional rights for Tokyo Ghoul. Therefore, you should check Funimation for your region before paying anything for a subscription.
According to the latest updates, Tokyo Ghoul is available on Funimation for viewers in North America. However, it’s not available on the platform in most other regions, such as the UK.
Is Tokyo Ghoul on Hulu?
Tokyo Ghoul is available on Hulu for viewers in the USA and across North America. Viewers in other regions may need to try a different streaming platform.
We hope this article helps you on your quest to find this hugely popular anime series! If you want to further your Tokyo Ghoul experience, we would recommend checking out the original manga, too.