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What Happened To Kaneki In Season 3? Does The Third Season Of Tokyo Ghoul Feature Kaneki?

Kaneki is one of the main characters of Tokyo Ghoul, but fans are a bit confused about him in Season 3. Their main question is: What happened to Kaneki in Season 3? The third season of Tokyo Ghoul is titled Tokyo Ghoul: re. Its director is Toshinori Watanabe, the writer is Chūji Mikasano, and the music composer is Yutaka Yamada. 

The studio is Pierrot, and the producers are Ken Hagino, Yoshito Danno, and Hidetada Soga. They released the first episode of Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 on 3 April 2018 and ended it on 25 December 2018, with twenty-four episodes. 

There are other anime series, live-action films, subsequent mangas, and video games of this show. The audience has rated it 7.7/10 on IMDb, 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 91% on Google. Let us discuss the question: What happened to Kaneki in Season 3?

What Happened To Kaneki In Season 3?

Ken Kaneki is Haise Sasaki in Season 3 of Tokyo Ghoul, but he has no memories. Due to the last season’s messy ending, the next part becomes confusing. Kaneki becomes gravely injured after fighting with Amon. The former’s friend Hide locates Kaneki and takes him to a coffee shop where he works. 

He then feeds himself to his friend. Unfortunately, Hide passes away. When Ken Kaneki comes to his senses, he realizes the events that transpired and feels extreme guilt. He could not stop thinking about his fight with Jason. 

As a result of his regret, he carries Hide’s body to Arima. When he wants to surrender, Arima attacks him since he is a ghoul. Arima pounds on him by stabbing him all the way to his brain. Sadly, Ken Kaneki loses all memory due to brain damage. Now, he is Haise Sasaki with no memory of anything. 

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Tokyo Ghoul Cast

In Tokyo Ghoul, we see Natsuki Hanae and Austin Tindle voicing the character of Ken Kaneki; Sora Amamiya and Brina Palencia voicing the character of Touka Kirishima; Kana Hanazawa and Monica Rial voicing the character of Rize Kamishiro; Mamoru Miyano and J. Michael Tatum voicing the character of Shū Tsukiyama; Takayuki Sugō and Sean Hennigan voicing the character of Yoshimura; and Sumire Morohoshi and Lara Woodhull voicing the character of Hinami Fueguchi. 

We also see Shintarō Asanuma and Eric Vale voicing the character of Nishiki Nishio; Toshiyuki Toyonaga and Clifford Chapin voicing the character of Hideyoshi Nagachika; Katsunosuke Hori and Dan Caskey voicing the character of Tsuneyoshi Washū; Shunsuke Sakuya and Kent Williams voicing the character of Yoshitoki Washū; Ōki Sugiyama, Daisuke Kishio, and David Trosko voicing the character of Kichimura Washū; and Daisuke Namikawa and Alex Organ voicing the character of Kishō Arima. 

About Tokyo Ghoul Anime

Tokyo Ghoul is also known as Tōkyō Gūru, and focuses on the genres of dark fantasy, supernatural, and thriller. The author of the original manga series is Sui Ishida, the publisher is Shueisha, and the English publisher is Viz Media. They published the first chapter on 8 September 2011 in the Weekly Young Jump magazine. 

It ended on 18 September 2014 with 14 tankōbon volumes. The story of Tokyo Ghoul is about ghouls living in the human world, looking nothing different. However, they are mythical creatures and need to feed on human flesh for survival. Half-ghouls have more power than full-ghouls. 

The story follows Ken Kaneki as he survives a deadly encounter with a ghoul named Rize Kamishiro. At the hospital, he learns that the surgery transformed him into a half-ghoul. You can watch the seasons of Tokyo Ghoul on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu. You might have to pay a small fee to watch the episodes.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What happened to Kaneki in Season 3?

Ken Kaneki is Haise Sasaki in Season 3 of Tokyo Ghoul, but he has no memories. Due to the last season’s messy ending, the next part becomes confusing.

2. What does Arima do to Ken Kaneki?

Arima attacks Ken Kaneki since he is a ghoul. He pounds on the latter by stabbing him all the way to his brain. Sadly, Ken Kaneki loses all memory due to brain damage.

3. Who created Kaneki in Season 3 of Tokyo Ghoul?

The third season of Tokyo Ghoul is titled Tokyo Ghoul: re. Its director is Toshinori Watanabe, the writer is Chūji Mikasano, and the music composer is Yutaka Yamada. The studio is Pierrot, and the producers are Ken Hagino, Yoshito Danno, and Hidetada Soga.

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