Gintama: Season 3
Life isn’t easy in feudal Japan… especially since the aliens landed and conquered everything! Oh sure, the new health care is great, but the public ban on the use of swords has left a lot of defeated samurai with a difficult decision to make concerning their future career paths! This is especially true if, as in the case of Gintoki Sakata, they’re not particularly inclined towards holding a day job, which is why Gintoki’s opted for the freelance route, taking any job that’s offered to him as long as the financial remuneration sounds right. Unfortunately, in a brave new world filled with stray bug-eyed montsters, upwardly mobile Yakuza and overly ambitious E.T. entrepreneurs, those jobs usually don’t pay as well as they should for the pain, suffering and indignities endured!
(Source: Sentai Filmworks)
Cast View all
|Tomokazu Sugita||Sakata Gintoki|
|Daisuke Sakaguchi||Shimura Shinpachi|
|Toshiyuki Morikawa||Isaburou Sasaki|
|Susumu Chiba||Kondou Isao|
|Takehito Koyasu||Shinsuke Takasugi|
|Fumiko Orikasa||Yagyuu Kyuubei|
|Akira Ishida||Katsura Kotarou|
|Kenichi Suzumura||Okita Sougo|
|Kazuya Nakai||Hijikata Toushirou|
|Aya Hirano||Imai Nobume|
|Tachiki Fumihiko||Taizou Hasegawa|
|Kujira (Wakako Matsumoto)||Otose|
|Yuu Kobayashi||Ayame Sarutobi|
|Fujiwara Keiji||Zenzou Hattori|
|Shinchiro Miki||Tatsuma Sakamuto|
|Shinichiro Miki||Tatsuma Sakamoto|
|Sayaka Narita||Ana "Christel" Ketsuno [Season 1 - 5]|
|Tomokazu Seki||Pluto Batou [Slip Arc - Silver Soul Arc]|
|Shigeru Chiba||Maizou Rotten [Season 2 - 4]|
|Takumi Yamazaki||Bansai Kawakami [Season 5, Silver Art Second Half War]|
|Shô Hayami||Umibouzu [Season 5 Onward]|
|Bin Shimada||Gengai Hiraga [Gintama Season 4 Onward]|
|Kazuhiro Yamaji||Uranus Hankai|
|Kazuhiko Inoue||Oboro [Season 2 Onward]|
|Takeshi Aono||Gengai Hiraga [Season 1 & 2]|
|Norio Wakamoto||Katakuriko Matsudaira|
|Maya Okamoto||Ane [Silver Soul Arc - Second Half War]|
|Masaya Onosaka||Hajime Obi [Season 2 - Second Half]|
|Fumihiko Tachiki||Taizou Hasegawa|
|Takaya Hashi||Sadasada Tokugawa [Season 2 - 4]|
|Takahiro Sakurai||Shimaru Saitou [Season 4 - 5]|
|Tomo Sakurai||Hinowa [Season 1 - 3]|
|Rikiya Koyama||Neptune Shoukaku [Slip Arc (2017) onward]|
|Keiji Fujiwara||Zenzou Hattori|
|Daisuke Namikawa||Nobunobu Hitotsubashi [Gintama Season 4 Onward]|
|Takayuki Sugo||Jirochou Doromizu [Season 2]|
|Ai Nonaka||Doromizu Pirako [Gintama' Season 2 Only]|
|Kouichi Yamadera||Utsuro [Season 4 Onward]|
|Kouji Ishii||Kagura Ton / Kagura [Male] [Season 4 Only]|
|Ryou Hirohashi||Soyo-hime [Season 2 (2012)]|
|Teiyû Ichiryûsai||Suzuran [Season 2 [Second Part]|
|Rina Satou||Rina Satou [Season 4 ]|
|Yûko Sanpei||Seita [Season 1 - 4]|
|Kôji Yusa||Toujou Ayumu [Season 1 - 4]|
|Yuichi Nakamura||Kintoki Sakata [Season 2]|
|Risa Hayamizu||Matako Kijima [Season 5 & Silver Soul Arc]|
|Haruka Tomatsu||Ginko Sakata [Season Season 4 Only]|
|Houchu Ohtsuka||Abuto [Season Season 5 Onward]|
|Chafurin||Henpeita Takechi [Gintama Season 5  and Silver Soul Arc |
|Yu Kobayashi||Ayame "Sacchan" Sarutobi|
|Tomoaki Maeno||Enshou [Silver Soul Arc (2018)]|
|Yuuki Ono||Shigeshige Tokugawa [Season 4 Only]|
|Kujira||Ayano "Otose" Terada|
|Masako Joh||Mone [Silver Soul Arc - Second Half War]|
|Yuichiro Umehara||Enshou [Silver Soul Arc [1st Half]|
|Fumiko Orikawa||Kyuubei Yagyuu|
Episodes View details
The cast goes over their ideas for the series' new direction.
A baby's dropped off in front of the Yorozuya; claming it's Gintoki's son.
It is revealed that the baby isn't Gintoki's; instead the baby was left at Yorozuya by the mother to keep her child safe from her father-in-law. Meanwhile Kagura and Shinpachi try to save the mother; Gintoki is on his way to return the baby.
While trying to burn old JUMP issues, Gintoki is captured by a female fire fighter in search of a local arsonist.
A mother looking for her son in Edo enlists the help of Yorozuya.
Continuing from the last episode, it is discovered that the son turned out to be the No.1 "Pimp" in Kabuki District.
Terakado Tsu (Otsu) goes to be one day chief of the Shinsengumi to improve its image.
Mutsu requests the Yorozuya recover some stolen cargo.
A serial killer has been going around town-- and one of the crew meets him head on! In the meantime, Gintoki is requested to locate "Benizakura", an unlucky sword stolen from its owner.
Kagura gets captured. Tetsuko goes to visit the injured Gintoki and tells him the truth about the benisakura sword.
Shinpachi and Elizabeth go on the ship to attack Okada. A battle rages on the ship, at which Kagura manages to escape from captivity. On the other hand, Gintoki and Tetsuko (benisakura forger Tetsuya's sister) head towards Takasugi.
The battle comes to a conclusion, with benisakura finally taken over Okada's body, and Gintoki will have to use the sword Tetsuko gave him to stop this.
Yamasaki is sent by Hijikata to investigate what has happened with that fight between Katsura and Takasugi groups. He goes around asking different people, though fails to get any real answers.
Hattori Zenzo has been hired to kidnap a girl who is able to foresee the future. Meanwhile, the Yorozuya has been hired to protect the very same girl.
A set of TV crews follow Katsura around for a day to do a television program special interview.
Kagura's beetle was killed during a beetle fighting match. She tries to drag Gintoki and Shinpachi to go beetle hunting with her. That only succeeds when they know there is a high demand for the beetles - meaning they can make money of it. The trio encounters the Shinsengumi who also happens to be capturing beetles for reason unknown.
An old dango shop owner accepts a challenge from the owner of a popular new dessert shop.
Gintoki gets into an accident with a delivery girl who has the "Need for Speed". / As Gintoki recovers from the delivery incident, Sa-chan is forced to weigh both her feminine needs and her assassin duties when working a mission at the same hospital.
Every year during the Matsuri festival, a "Courage Test" event is held. This year Gintoki, Shinpachi and Kagura helps out in the event.
Gintoki found a female android head in the trash.
It's revealed that the android head belonged to a murder suspect. Two other androids were sent to retrieve the andriod head; along with a horde of maid androids.
Gintoki, Shinpachi, Kagura, and the robot tinkerer head towards the main facility of the inventor and attempts to shutdown the rampaging maid android mob.
Sadaharu is in "heat" and Yorozuya tries to find him a mate. / Katsura attempts to take a driving lesson-- a "Might Happen" driving lesson, that is.
While hunting mushrooms in the woods, Gintoki, Shinpachi and Kagura become infected with mentality-changing mushrooms while getting get involved in a tragic war between a bear and a hunter.
Edo's under attack by M-unibrow zombies!
Gintoki, Shinpachi and Kagura recaps what has happened to date on their 2nd Year Anniversary special.
The fan club members for Edo's top idol, Tsu Terakado, are at the beach practicing their choreography for an upcoming concert. But Takachin notices his fellow members’ enthusiasm getting sloppy. One of the fan club officers has started exchanging e-mails with a girl he met through a blog. Shinpachi is furious the officer has broken their club rule of “Secret communication with women is forbidden.” As their captain, he puts some spirit into them, but…
Even though it’s believed the letters are coming from Okita, Shinpachi's response letter turn out to be a big hit. Urara is happy her older sister has received a response to her letters. But her older sister confesses that she sent Urara's picture with the letter. And it looks like both Shinpachi and Urara sent someone else's pictures with their letters!
Urara's older sister learns that Shinpachi sent Okita's picture with his letters. Shinpachi desperately tries to apologize, but Urara's older sister tells him that she wants to help him get Urara to like him. Afterwards, Gintoki and the others meet up with Urara and Okita. They try to get Urara's attention, but she is only interested in Okita. Urara's older sister can’t do anything about it and runs away in regret. Shinpachi is worried and goes after her, but…
Worried about her pet’s sudden drop in appetite, Kagura takes Sadaharu to the veterinary hospital. Katsura happens to be there as well, explaining how Elizabeth is in bad health and has been hospitalized to undergo surgery. Fortunately Sadaharu’s condition is nothing serious, but he’s kept overnight just to be safe. Around the same time, an old dog that has also been hospitalized is about to take its last breath. It seems the owner is in critical condition as well, and with only death awaiting them both, Kagura decides to take the old dog to its owner.
To let the dying dog Kintaro see its owner for one last time, Kagura and Katsura sneak it out of the hospital…only to find themselves caught in the war between the “Planet Eaters” (dogs) and “Planet Pukers” (cats), while Earth’s fate hangs in the balance. Escaping from the Planet Pukers, who are after Kintaro, the two head to the hospital where the old man is hospitalized. Meanwhile, the old man, who is supposedly in critical condition, goes missing. The old man’s children request Gintoki’s services, but when he arrives at the hospital…
Otose arranges for Gintoki and the gang to spend their winter break at a hot spring inn located deep in the mountains. Anticipating a secluded hot spring bath, the group hikes their way up the mountain trail, only to arrive at a completely deserted and run-down inn. With no available bus to return to Edo, the gang has no choice but to stay at the inn. The inn’s Okami Oiwa welcomes the group, but Gintoki and Shinpachi notice a transparent being standing behind her back!
The inn Gintoki and the gang are staying at turns out to be a ghost inn where all the stands (ghosts) gather, unable to enter heaven due to their attachment to the living world! Gintoki finds himself left all alone after Shinpachi, Kagura, and Otae are all possessed by stands. The Okami Oiwa explains she was looking for someone tough enough to help run the inn. Forced into working as an employee trainee, Gintoki must now join his co-worker Rei to greet the visiting stand customers…
Sick and tired of Oiwa’s tyranny, Gintoki decides to shut down the inn by teaming up with Rei. He plans to use Nobunaga, Hideyoshi, and Mitsuhide (their stands, that is) to bring down the inn’s reputation but is stopped by Okami Otose. Though overwhelmed at first by Okami’s most powerful stand Tagosaku, Gintoki nonetheless manages to exorcize the inn’s customers with the help of Shinpachi and the gang, who are now themselves living stands. With the fate of the inn and himself at stake, Gintoki finally enters a one-on-one battle with Oiwa.
Oiwa lets Tagosaku possess her own body to become “His Excellency.” Fueled by anger and sadness, her surge of attacks gradually corner Gintoki. But just in the nick of time, Gintoki also lets himself be possessed by Stands to become “His Excellency.” To bring down the wasted ghost inn, Gintoki risks everything he has to go up against Oiwa!
Once, the manga Gintaman gained immense popularity in Jump magazine, and was even made into an animated series thanks to Gintoki’s random advice. Ofuji has since taken over from Konishi as editor of Gintaman… But now the manga’s popularity is on a steady decline! Under these desperate circumstances, Gintoki is once again called forth to help fix the problem! Strong criticism and heated debate ensue between Ofuji, Konishi, and Amachi Sensei, along with their special guest. In the end, what sort of breakthrough solution have they come up with?!
As always, Hasegawa, aka MADAO idles away his life. While talking on the phone with his estranged wife Hatsu, Hasegawa ends up inviting her over to his house. But thanks to a string of misfortunes, his home is now a cardboard box in the park! Having told Hatsu that he lives in a pretty nice place, Hasegawa asks Gintoki to help him look for a descent housing…
Having been neglected for so long despite her strong love for Gintoki, Sachan finally goes on the offensive. She tries to win the heart of the sugar-loving Gintoki with a cake. Naturally, her plan fails. That’s when Kondo happens to pass by. Like Sachan, Kondo’s feelings for Otae have continued unrequited and are casually brushed aside (or rather, exploited for running her errands). They argue over who is loved more than the other. After their heated debate, they somehow end up playing cupid for each other…
It’s the usual scene at Odd Jobs Gin. Shinpachi and Kagura are cleaning up the place when they see a picture fall out of the back of a wall frame. To their surprise, the picture is a shot of Gintoki and a mystery beauty! Could she be a woman from his past? While the two argue over the woman’s identity, Gintoki returns with the groceries and reveals a surprising truth. The woman in the picture was the semi-regular character in the “previous” Odd Jobs Gin. For the first time ever, before even Shinpachi or Kagura joined, the story of when Gintoki just started running the Odd Jobs business is revealed…
Seita is a kid who makes his living through pickpocketing. One day Seita picks Gintoki’s wallet only to find it pretty much empty, and discovers that his own wallet was picked back in return. In the end Seita treats Gintoki to some parfait after getting caught red-handed. Brought into Snack Otose for questioning, Seita shocks everyone by revealing he needed the money to see a certain “遊女/Yujo (courtesans/ prostitute).”
Seita was picking pockets to see Hinowa, the highest-ranked 遊女/Yujo (courtesans/ prostitute) in the underground 遊郭/Yukaku (Licensed Quarters) Yoshiwara Tougenkyo, where law has no meaning. But his picking act was all for the sake of seeing the mother he was separated from at a young age. To let Seita see Hinowa, Gintoki and the gang march into Yoshiwara Tougenkyo, where they receive a rough welcome by Tsukuyo – the head of Yoshiwara’s paramilitary force, “Hyakka.”
Kagura’s older brother Kamui arrives in Yoshiwara. As the Seventh Division Captain of the Space Pirate Harusame, Kamui is here to talk with the division’s former captain, The Night King, Hosen. At first everything seems to go well, but tensions gradually start to build up… Meanwhile, escaping from Kamui and his men’s attack, Gintoki and the gang take refuge at Tsukuyo’s hideout.
As Gintoki and the gang head toward Hosen’s lair, they encounter Abuki, one of Kamui’s subordinates, and are overwhelmed by the incredible fighting power of the Yato Clan. On Shinpachi and Kagura’s urging, Gintoki heads out to face Hosen alone. The remaining two fight desperately against Abuki, only to be cornered by the overwhelming difference in power. In the midst of the fierce battle Kagura renews her feelings toward her older brother Kamui and her reason for fighting. But with Shinpachi’s life in danger, Kagura goes through a dramatic transformation…
Amidst the fierce battle, Kagura awakens to her Yato instincts and defeats Abuto. Thanks to Shinpachi’s desperate plea, Kagura is able to return to her senses and together they head after Hosen. Meanwhile Kamui has brought Seita before Hinowa, who is confined to her quarters. “Mom, let’s go home together!” Seita shouts out to his beloved mother. However, unexpected words leave Hinowa’s mouth…
Gintoki arrives before Hosen, just in the nick of time. To restore the bond between mother and son that has been torn by the city of eternal light, Gintoki engages Hosen with fierce determination. But against the King of the Night’s awesome powers, Gintoki is beaten helplessly to the ground. “Go home to the world above with your mom…” Taking to heart the words left by Gintoki, Seita tries to escape from Yoshiwara with Hinowa, but…
The only way to defeat Hosen is to bring back the Sun to the Yoshiwara Shangri-La, the city trapped within eternal night. Seita runs for the control room to break open the iron-plated seal covering the city. Meanwhile, Gintoki and the Hyakka led by Tsukuyo are desperately holding off Hosen’s attack. But despite their best efforts, they cannot stop the King of The Night’s onslaught…King
At last the sun rises above Yoshiwara Shangri-La, the city of eternal light. At the end of a fierce battle, Hosen finally reveals his true feelings for Hinowa and passes away. Observing the entire battle from afar, Kamui is greeted by Kagura and Shinpachi. Kagura is enraged with her reunited brother, but Kamui leaves after “declaring war” with Gintoki.
It is shortly after the fierce battle at Yoshiwara Shngri-la. Shinpachi and Kagura, having faced powerful foes in Hosen and Kamui unlike any they have encountered, are training hard after realizing their lack of strength. Both announce to Gintoki their determination to become stronger. But Gintoki declines to become involved, saying it’s a pain. Learning of the situation, Otae and Hasegawa share their training secrets, but…
During their routine night patrol Hijikata and Okita are attacked and kidnapped by an unknown assailant. When they wake up, the two find themselves chained together and imprisoned inside an abandoned room. As the two come to realize how bad the situation is, a creepy man speaks to them over the monitor. The man, who calls himself Jigzaw, reveals that he has placed a bomb at the Shinsengumi headquarters, and that the only way Hijikata and Okita can escape is for one to kill the other!
As the bombing of the Shinsengumi headquarters nears, Hijikata and Okita are still unable to find any means for escape. Only one key exists to unlock the shackles chaining each other. But if the key is used, it will set off a bomb to kill the other. The rule of the devil begins to stir distrust between the two. Though he commends them for not betraying one another, Jigzaw pressures them to make the final decision by displaying a certain item.
The Odd Jobs trio is going about their usual meaningless chatter when a man with an eye-patch suddenly shows up and begins “ordering” them around. The man’s “power” is so strong, the Odd Jobs find themselves unable to defy his orders…
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