Is Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in Canada? – Watch Anime Online

Japanese anime and manga series are increasing in number on Netflix as there is an increased demand from the fans. If you are a fan of dark anime, you must have heard about Tokyo Ghoul.

But the real question is, ‘Is Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in Canada?’

Sadly, the anime series is not streaming on Netflix in Canada. As of today, Tokyo Ghoul is only available on the platform in Japan and the UK, including a few other regions.

It is due to geographical restrictions. However, there is a simple way to bypass these restrictions and watch all seasons of Tokyo Ghoul online.

How to Watch Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in Canada [Quick Guide]

Follow these steps to watch the hit Japanese manga Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix from Canada:

  1. Choose a VPN and subscribe to it. I highly recommend Surfshark as it is the cheapest VPN with plenty of servers in the UK, Japan, and  65 other countries.
  2. Download the VPN application on your device.
  3. Log in and connect to a Japan server.
  4. Go to Netflix and sign in.
  5. Search for Tokyo Ghoul and enjoy streaming.



Why You Need a VPN to Watch Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in Canada

To watch Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in Canada, you will need a VPN. A VPN is a tool that offers servers in plenty of countries. You can connect to these servers to change your virtual location and trick Netflix into thinking you are located elsewhere.

If you search for Tokyo Ghoul on your Netflix library from Canada, it will show you similar results, and not the series.

However, with a VPN, you can connect to a Japan or UK server, and it will assign you a Japanese IP address with full access to the Netflix library, which has Tokyo Ghoul. This way, you can connect to any country server and easily change your Netflix region.

Netflix has plenty of Japanese anime series available for streaming, like all of Naruto Shippuden on Netflix, Jujutsu Kaisen anime on Netflix, and Weathering With You Netflix movie.

How to watch Tokyo Ghoul in the correct order?

If this is your first time watching Tokyo Ghoul, here’s is the correct chronological order to watch the Tokyo Ghoul series:

  1. Tokyo Ghoul: Jack & Pinto OVAs
  2. Tokyo Ghoul Season 1
  3. Tokyo Ghoul Live-Action Movie
  4. Tokyo Ghoul: Root A Season 2
  5. Tokyo Ghoul: re (Season 3)

What is Tokyo Ghoul About?

Tokyo Ghoul tells the story of a student Ken Kaneki who is excited about his date with a girl who turns out to be a Ghoul and attacks him. That incident changes Kaneki’s life forever, as he befriends Ghouls and tries to hide his true self from his human friends.

The first two seasons of Tokyo Ghoul were released in 2015, with the season finale of the anime released in 2018. It is a popular action Japanese anime series with a high IMDB rating of 7.8/10.

Tokyo Ghoul Trailer

You can watch the full trailer of Tokyo Ghoul here (uncut version):

Tokyo Ghoul Cast

Here is the cast of Tokyo Ghoul:

  • Natsuki Hanae as Kaneki Ken
  • Austin Tindle as Ken Kaneki
  • Sora Amamiya as Touka Kirishima
  • Brina Palencia as Touka Kirishima
  • Mike McFarland as Kataro Amon
  • Sean Hennigan as Yoshimura
  • Lara Woodhull as Hinami Fueguchi

Where can I watch Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix?

You can watch Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix in the UK and Japan. If you live elsewhere, you will need a VPN to change your Netflix region to Japan or UK which has all 3 seasons of the anime series.

Is Tokyo Ghoul on Crunchyroll Canada?

No, Crunchyroll does not have Tokyo Ghoul in Canada or anywhere because Funimation has the rights to the anime series.

What are some other popular anime like Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix?

If you are a fan of Tokyo Ghoul, here are a few popular anime that you would love to watch on Netflix:


Despite its popularity, Tokyo Ghoul is not available worldwide on Netflix. Currently, fans in a few regions can enjoy the anime online, and it does not include Canada.

But there is a way you can watch the anime series from your country by using a simple VPN app. With a VPN, you can change the region of your Netflix and enjoy unlimited movies and shows.

Jack Foster is a tech geek and a binge-watcher with a major interest in streaming. He loves to blog about the latest movies, TV series, all events, and happenings in the steaming and entertainment industry.

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