Gintama Filler List: What to Watch and What to Skip?

gintama filler list

When you hear someone say something about the funniest anime, then one name you can recall is Gintama. It ran from 2006 to 2018, with a total of 367 episodes.

While it has enough episodes to entertain you, it even has some fillers that don’t have anything to do with the plot. To make your efforts more accessible, we have prepared a Gintama filler list. Make sure to check it out entirely before you start watching the anime.

Gintama Filler List!

Filler Episodes

1-2, 50, 57, 75, 106, 114, 124, 125, 135, 137, 150, 155, 164, 166, 171, 173-174, 176, 185, 209, 252

Mixed Canon/Filler Episodes

82, 111, 120, 367

Note: Mixed Canon Episodes contain some part of additional content that doesn’t exist in the manga. On the other hand, manga canon episodes define the story that follows the original events of the manga. But to enjoy and understand the anime completely, you need to watch these Mixed Canon Episodes too.

Best Gintama Fillers to Watch!

gintama filler list

Gintama has over 20 episodes (Precisely 22) of fillers, making it 6% of filler percentage. To be honest, we can say that Gintama is 95% filler, or none of the episodes are fillers.

Because every episode is too hilarious and you will regret it if you don’t watch it. So, we’ve made a list of the best Gintama filers in our Gintama filler list.
  1. Keep An Eye On The Chief For The Day (Episode 57)
  2. Two Is Better Than One. Two People Are Better Than One (Episode 166)
  3. We’re Sorry (Episode 252)
  4. 99% Of Men Aren’t Confident In Confessing Their Love (Episode 137)
  5. If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them (Episode 150)
  6. You Guys! Do You Even Have a Gintama? (Part 1&2- Episode 1&2)
  7. Are They Still People Who Go To The Ocean And Yell Out ‘Bakayaro’? (Episode 174)
  8. Hometown and Boobs Are Best Thought From Afar (Episode 185)

Conclusion

Well, here’s the ultimate Gintama filler list for you. If you want to skip these fillers, you can, but we’d recommend you to watch at least the recommended ones. What do you think about the anime? Are you enjoying it so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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