|Japanese Title:||トリコ グルメハンティングブック|
|Romanized Title:||Toriko Gurume Hantingu Bukku|
|Year Released (JP)||November 4, 2011|
|Year Released (US)||N/A|
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The Toriko Gourmet Hunting Book is a fan book compiling informations on the series' characters, locations, organizations and food seen from volume 1 to volume 16. Among them are geographical maps of the Human World, the anatomy of a GT Robo, details on fighting moves and Gourmet Hunter capture and surviving methods. The Gourmet Hunters Club's Toriko Times feature polls from the Japanese readers, fan propositions for Gourmet accessories, a guessing game of Melk the First's inaudible sentences and a series of fan questions answered by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro. Finally in addition are two pages on Johannes investigating the sightings of "Leader" Takeshi throughout the manga, but also the first one-shot and pilot of Toriko as well as the One Piece x Toriko crossover.
- Four Heavenly Kings
- Toriko's World
- The Anatomy of Two Mega-Organizations
- Gourmet Organizations
- Key Characters of the Gourmet Age
- Gourmet Hunters Club, Toriko Times
- The best moments
- Melk's guessing game
- The 5 best partners
- Questions to Mr. Shimabukuro
- Special Menu
- Mini-poster "Gourmet Age/Four Heavenly Kings"
- Johannes presents an urban myth: Chasing the mysterious man appearing around the world
- Special flash: A Gourmet legend resurrected, Battle Wolf!
- Two Epic Tales
- Fork and Knife
- Many of this book's entries correspond to the Gourmet Checklists, though most simply summarize the series' information up until the Mellow Cola arc.
- Takeshi is the main character of Shimabukuro's first serialized work, Seikimatsu Leader den Takeshi!. The author usually draws him as a cameo in chapters of Toriko and has done the same in other past works.
- The Toriko one-shot dated from 2002 was the first prototype for the series. The second was published in 2007 and is featured in Toriko Gaiden among other short stories from Shimabukuro.
- A few characters have their name stylized in the guide while the rest don't. This includes Toriko (using the manga's logo), Coco, Sunny, Zebra, Starjun, Grinpatch and Tommyrod.