- Actor-Shared Background: Tina's Mexican voice actress Angélica Villa is also a newscaster in real-life.
- Celebrity Voice Actor: The narrator in the anime series is voiced by actor Kenjiro Ishimaru.
- Cross-Dressing Voices: Komatsu. Only on TV, though. The English dub averts this.
- Dueling Shows: With One Piece. Its author even considered the author of Toriko to be his rival/equal.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Only the first 50 episodes (not counting the One Piece crossovers) were released by Funimation on DVD; the same goes for their streaming service only having the first 48 (with the exception of the first two being in English) subtitled. The only way to watch the whole show legally is via Crunchyroll or Hulu, and there's no telling how long they'll stay.
- The Other Darrin:
- Toriko is voiced by Takashi Kondo in the Jump Festa OVA, while the TV anime has him voiced by Ryotaro Okiayu.
- Komatsu is voiced by Daisuke Kishio in the Jump Festa OVA, replaced by Romi Park for the TV anime.
- Brunch went from Tomoyuki Dan to Katsuyuki Konishi by the following episode of his official debut due to Dan dying of an aortic dissection in October 2013.
- Official Fan-Submitted Content: Some of the manga's bread and butter was accepting food ideas from readers and implementing them into the world of Toriko. It gets to the point where you can see at least one of them per chapter.
- Playing Against Type: Toriko is certainly the manliest voice that Ian Sinclair has done so far. For someone for usually goes for the loud or soft voices, he uses a deep tone for this role.
- Screwed by the Network: It was announced in February 2014 that the anime will end on March 30, 2014, replaced by the Buu Saga for Dragon Ball Kai.
- FUNimation only dubbed and released the first 50 episodes, and nothing afterwards despite some encouraging from Ian Sinclair. The only way to watch the rest of the series is subtitled on Crunchyroll and Hulu.
- What Could Have Been: When Toriko was licensed for a Latin American release, the series was intended to be dubbed at The Kitchen in Venezuela. However, when The Kitchen decided to focus on subtitles for other anime, the series ended up being dubbed at Candiani Dubbing Studios, which also dubbed One Piece and Dragonball Kai in Latin America.
- The Wiki Rule: The Toriko Encyclopedia.
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