watch Banana Fish anywhere

Anime fans can enjoy the 24 episodes of Banana Fish on some specific streaming services. Banana Fish isn’t available in every country, though, so you’ll need a VPN to watch the show from abroad like you would at home.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) encrypts your traffic and runs it through an intermediary server in a location of your choice. This not only provides you with additional security but also allows you to access geo-restricted content.

In this post, we take a look at how to watch Banana Fish online in different parts of the world, including which streaming platforms feature the show.

How to Watch Banana Fish Online From Abroad

The only legitimate way to watch the entire series of Banana Fish from anywhere is through Amazon Prime Video. Prime Video adjusts its content libraries depending on where you are connecting from, so you will need a VPN to watch from other locations.

NordVPN is our VPN of choice for watching Banana Fish from anywhere, but providers like Surfshark and ExpressVPN are hot on its heels, with UK servers capable of letting you enjoy your typical home streaming platforms from abroad.

NordVPN is great for streaming your favorite media platforms from the US, so for this quick guide, we’ll be referring to the steps for NordVPN on a Windows 10 machine. Other providers’ steps are the same in principle, but the screenshots may look slightly different.

Here’s how to watch Banana Fish online from anywhere:

  1. Find a VPN that reliably works with streaming services. We highly recommend NordVPN. It has several thousand servers globally and works with all major streaming platfroms.
  2. Subscribe for an account and install the VPN app on your chosen streaming device.
  3. Choose a server in your preferred location and click connect. For example, if you need a UK IP address, you will need to connect to a server in the UK.
  4. Once connected, head over to Amazon Prime and try to load an episode of Banana Fish. You should be able to stream without trouble.
  5. If you’re experiencing connection issues or can’t get Banana Fish to load, clear your browser cookies to ensure your browser isn’t storing files related to your home location.


Did you know there's a way to enjoy Banana Fish free for 30 days, thanks to NordVPN's money-back guarantee? All you need to do is sign up for any NordVPN plan and cancel your subscription within 30 days to get a full refund.

Combine NordVPN's money-back guarantee with an Amazon Prime 30-day trial, and you can enjoy Banana Fish (and lots of other shows) completely risk-free.

Where Can I stream Banana Fish Online?

Where Can I stream Banana Fish Online?
Banana Fish is only available on Amazon Prime in a few regions including:

Watching Banana Fish From Anywhere FAQs

Is Banana Fish on other streaming services like Netflix, Crunchyroll, or Funimation?

Banana Fish isn’t available on Crunchyroll at the time of writing, although there was a time when the show was available before they removed it. Banana Fish also isn’t on Hulu or Funimation and there are no plans that say that it’ll be coming to the streaming platforms.

Banana Fish is also unavailable on Netflix at the time of writing. While there is a Banana Fish listing for users viewing from Japan, there’s a “Remind Me”  button on the listing, which will let you know when or if it becomes available again.

Why Do I Need a VPN to Watch Prime Video?

You don’t need a VPN to watch Prime Video in your home country, but in the same way Netflix limits its streaming libraries based on your location, Amazon prime doesn’t license Banana Fish in some regions. If you search for Banana Fish in an unlicensed country, for example, you will see a message explaining it’s unavailable in your location.

Can I Watch Banana Fish Online for Free?

You cannot watch Banana Fish online for free legally. It’s only available on Amazon Prime Video, which is a subscription service. Non-members will need to pay a subscription fee to start watching. Prices in the US start at $8.99 a month.

Can I watch Banana Fish with a free VPN?

You can try to watch Banana Fish with a free VPN, but it’s unlikely that it’ll work. Amazon Prime Video will almost certainly recognise that you’re using a VPN and block access until you disconnect. Free VPNs are notoriously bad at accessing streaming platforms as their servers are easily identified and blacklisted by the major providers. In addition, most free VPNs include a bandwidth cap that you’d use up before you finished watching even a single Banana Fish episode.