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Girls' Last Tour

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Girls' Last Tour
Girls' Last Tour cover.jpg
(Shōjo Shūmatsu Ryokō)
Girls' Last Tour
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Language Japanese
Channel White Fox
Creator Takaharu Ozaki
Genre Drama
Post Apocalyptic
Science fiction
Broadcast October 6, 2017 – December 22, 2017
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 12

Girls' Last Tour (Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou) is an anime adaptation of the post-apocalyptic manga (written and drawn by Tsukumizu) serialized since 2014 in Kurage Branch magazine. The series follows two girls, Chito and Yuuri, and their trusty Kettenkrad as they travel the ruins of a massive industrial world after an unspecified apocalypse, exploring the world and facing their own existence in an empty world.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Girls' Last Tour:


Tokarev TT-33

A discarded Tokarev TT-33 is seen in the ruins of a Tu-95 bomber in Episode 1.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
The Tokarev surrounded by some bullets and two magazines.


Arisaka Type 38

Yuuri carries an Arisaka Type 38 with her, usually slung on her back, but often strapped into a rifle mount on the Kettenkrad. The bonus material in the manga's third tankōbon states it is a replica, still in its original cartridge, with a synthetic stock.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Yuuri holding her Arisaka rifle. (ep. 01)
Yuuri loads a fresh clip of 6.5x50mmSR into her Arisaka. (ep. 01)
Yuuri works the bolt on her Arisaka, ejecting a spent case. (ep. 02)
The bolt handle is seen. (ep. 02)
Close view of the front sight. (ep. 02)
Yuuri aims her Arisaka. (ep. 03)
The Arisaka is seen among the various cargo in the Kettenkrad. (ep. 04)
The Arisaka is seen in the tank. (ep. 08)
Yuuri holds her Arisaka after hearing a strange noise. (ep. 09)
Yuuri with the Arisaka on the sling. (ep. 10)
Chito holding Yuuri's Arisaka. (ep. 12)
Close view of the bolt action mechanisme. (ep. 12)


A portion of an AKM is seen in the background in the ruins of Tu-95 bomber during Episode 1.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
The 45 degree gas block and 7.62x39mm magazine identify the rifle as an AKM.

Barrett M82A1M

A Barrett M82A1M is seen underwater in Episode 10.

Barrett M82A1M - .50 BMG
The Barrett under the water.

Unknown Rifles

Multiple soldiers are armed with unknown rifles in Chito's memories in Episode 1. Another type of unknown rifle can be seen on a video feed in Episode 12.

Multiple oldiers with unknown rifles on the slings. (ep. 01)
The soldiers fire their unknown rifles. (ep. 12)
Multiple soldiers with the unknown rifles. (ep. 12)

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB

A Browning M2HB is seen abandoned on a tripod in Episode 1.

Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
The M2 on its tripod, surrounded by boxes of ammo.

Handheld M134 Minigun

An M134 Minigun in its iconic handheld chainsaw grip configuration is also found in the Tu-95 bomber in ep. 01.

Airsoft handheld M134 Minigun with 'Chainsaw grip' - 7.62x51mm NATO
Yuuri holds up the M134, having surprisingly little trouble lifting the 61-pound gun.
Another view of the handheld minigun.



Various types cannons and launchers are seen at the several scenes. Most of them resemble static AA guns of WW2 or 1950s.

Twin naval guns are seen on the wrecked ship in the background. (ep. 01)
The muzzle of a tank's cannon (ep. 10)
Numerous cannons are placed around a giant crater. (ep. 10)
A closer view of the cannons. (ep. 10)
One of the cannons visible at the left. (ep. 10)
It is not really possible to say for certain what kind of gun is seen here, but the flared muzzle implies that it is a light AA gun like a 2cm FlaK 38. (ep. 10)
A destroyed autocannon is partially seen at the bottom right. (ep. 10)
A cannon in full view. It resembles the Soviet 85mm 52-K...(ep. 10)
...but the muzzle brake appears to be a simplified one from an M1937 152mm howitzer-gun, the weapon used on the SU-152 and ISU-152, or from the 2A36 152mm field gun...
...and it's mounted on different mounting that look more like German Flak 36.
Perfect view of the firing mechanism. (ep. 10)
A heavy cannon is seen in the background. (ep. 10)

BM-14 multiple rocket launcher

A 1950s-era Soviet BM-14 16-barrel multiple rocket launcher is seen in Episode 10.

Good view of the BM-14 from the right side.
View from the muzzles.
View from another angle.
Good view of the muzzles.

Military Vehicles


Various tanks are seen in several scenes.

A destroyed tank is partially seen at the right. The turret appears to come from a British Centurion while the hull is just kind of weird-looking. (ep. 01)
Perfect view of a Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank. (ep. 01)
The same tank is seen from another angle. (ep. 01)
The central tank looks rather like a British Challenger 1, though it is hard to say for sure considering how small it is. (ep. 01)
An abandoned T-34/76 is perfectly seen. (ep. 10)
Bottom part of the same T-34/76 is seen slightly better. (ep. 10)
Numerous rather cartoony Sturmtigers are seen at the background. (ep. 11)

Combat Helicopter

Two crashed combat helicopters can be seen in Episode 1.

Two crashed helicopters are seen at the right. (ep. 01)

Tu-95 "Bear" Bomber

A derelict Tu-95 can be seen in Episode 1.

The front part of the bomber is seen.
Another view of the same plane.

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