Kids Sweets Showdown - Netflix
Kids Sweets Showdown is here just in time for the holidays, teams of two young bakers are getting in the spirit of the season — the competitive spirit, that is. It's up to these fiercely talented kids to prepare merry sweet treats in the hopes of staying on the judges' "nice" list.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Kids Sweets Showdown - List of Toriko episodes - Netflix
Toriko is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro and produced by Toei Animation. It began broadcasting in Japan on Fuji Television on April 3, 2011. The series' debut episode was part of a cross-over special between Toriko and One Piece. The story follows the adventures of Toriko, the titular Gourmet Hunter, as he searches around the world to create his full dinner course by acquiring rare foods and ingredients. On his adventure, Toriko is accompanied by Komatsu, the timid head chef of Hotel Gourmet who decides to improve his culinary skills. The series uses twelve pieces of theme music. The opening theme, titled “Guts Guts!!”, is performed by Akira Kushida. The second opening theme, used from episode 99 to episode 147, is Go Shock My Way!! performed by Akira Kushida. The first ending theme, “Satisfaction”, is performed by F.T. Island. The second ending theme, used from episodes 26 to 39, is “Deli-Deli Delicious” performed by Sea A. The third ending theme, used from episode 40 to episode 50, is “Sabrina” performed by Leo Ieiri. The fourth ending theme, used from episode 52 to episode 62, is “Love Chase” performed by Tomohisa Yamashita. The fifth ending theme, used from episode 63 to episode 75, is “Samba de Toriko!!!” performed by Hyadain. The sixth ending theme, used from episode 76 to episode 87, is “Lovely Fruit” performed by Nana Mizuki. The seventh ending theme, used from episode 88 to episode 111, is “Niji” performed by Jun Sky Walkers. The eighth ending theme, used from episode 112 to episode 123, is “Tautology” performed by the dresscodes. The ninth ending theme, used from episode 124 to episode 135, is “Believe in Yourself!” performed by Palet. The tenth ending theme, used from episode 136 to episode 147, is “Mega Raba” performed by Rurika Yokoyama. The first DVD compilation was released on August 2, 2011, with individual DVDs being released monthly. In 2011, Funimation Entertainment announced that it licensed Toriko for streaming in North America within four days after the Japanese broadcast. It premiered on Hulu and Funimation's official website on April 14. Starting with episode three on April 20, the series was rescheduled to stream within three days after the Japanese broadcast.
Kids Sweets Showdown - Episode list - Netflix
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