"Super-Frog Saves Tokyo" is a short story by Haruki Murakami. It was originally published in GQ in 2002. The story is set in Tokyo in February of 1995, one month after the Kobe earthquake of January 1995. The protagonist, Mr. Katagiri, is a collections officer who is visited one day by a large, talking frog called Frog. Frog says that an earthquake will strike Tokyo in three days unless Katagiri helps Frog stop it. This story explores themes of imagination, selflessness, and courage.