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Giant Robot Mikazuki
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Number of episodes: 6
First episode: First Night: The Mysterious Giant, Mikazuki, Appears
Original airing: October 23, 2000 - March 24, 2001

Giant Robot Mikazuki (鉄甲機ミカヅキ Tekkōki Mikazuki) is a 2000 6 episode Super Robot television mini-series created and directed by Keita Amemiya.


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  1. First Night: The Mysterious Giant, Mikazuki, Appears
  2. Second Night: The Door That Wouldn't Open
  3. Third Night: Fly Mikazuki, from Zero to Gai!
  4. Fourth Night: New Giant Shingetsu, Arise!
  5. Fifth Night: Serious Fight! Mikazuki vs. Shingetsu
  6. Sixth Night: Forever Mikazuki


  • Tai-Kyo-Ten
    • Mikazuki Zero
      • Mikazuki Gai
    • Shingetsu
      • Shingetsu Beast
  • Gekkokis
    • Gekkoki Shogo
    • Gekkoki Nigo
    • Gekkoki Sango
    • Gekkoki Yongo
    • Gekkoki Gougo




  • Akane Hino



Supporting CharactersEdit


  • Naomi Amamiya
  • Aki Hano
  • Yukijirô Hotaru
  • Hikaru Ijûin
  • Tetsuro Kobayashi
  • Akira Koieyama
  • Kenpachirô Satsuma
  • Yasuyo Shirashima
  • Noboru Takachi
  • Hiroko Tanaka
  • Wakana Yamazaki
  • Sayaka Yoshino


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  • While Keita Amemiya himself has not confirmed this, this series seems to be inspired by the works of Mitsuteru Yokoyama, as it shares a few of the tropes of shows such as Tetsujin-28 and Giant Robo.
    • The story centers around a kid who controls a giant robot: (Shotaro Kaneda with Tetsujin-28, Daisaku Kusama with Giant Robo, Kazeo Isurugi with Mikazuki).
    • The robots battle enemies that have some connection to it.
    • All three robots are brawler types, using non-weapon based finishing moves such as punches and kicks as their primary attacks.
  • The TV show's production was very expensive, costing over ¥1,000,000,000 (over $9,000,000 US). This is the result of using heavy amounts of CGI (which was still a fairly new and expensive concept for TV at the time) elaborate costume and set designs and a slow production schedule, airing one episode each month.

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