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Kamen Rider Wizard
Superhero fiction
Created byShotaro Ishinomori
Developed byIshimori Productions
Toei Company
Written by
Directed by
  • "Giant Step" by Astronauts.
  • "Shooting Star" by everset.
Voices of
Narrated byHiroaki Hirata
Opening theme"Life is SHOW TIME" by Shō Kiryūin from Golden Bomber
ComposerKōtarō Nakagawa
Country of originJapan
Original languageJapanese
No. of episodes53 (list of episodes)
  • "Bounce Back" by Southern.
  • "ENDLESS PLAY" by Astronauts feat.
  • "Evolvin' Storm" by everset.
Running time24–25 min. (per episode)
Production companyToei Company
DistributorToei Company
Original networkTV Asahi
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseSeptember 2, 2012 –
September 29, 2013
Preceded byKamen Rider Fourze
Followed byKamen Rider Gaim

"COSMIC MIND" by Astronauts. Kengo Motoi (TV Asahi). Hideaki Tsukada (Toei). Kazuhiro Takahashi (Toei). Kamen Rider Fourze (仮面ライダーフォーゼ, Kamen Raidā Fōze) is a Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series, being the thirteenth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-second overall. It began airing on September 4, 2011, the week following the conclusion of Kamen Rider OOO,[1] joining Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger and then Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters in the Super Hero Time lineup.

The series commemorates not only the Kamen Rider Series' 40th anniversary but also the 50th anniversary of spaceflight, which began with Yuri Gagarin's flight in 1961.[2] The show's catchphrase is "Switch on youth 'cause we're going into space!"

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(青春スイッチオンで宇宙キター!, Seishun suitchi on de uchū kitā!),[3] referencing the Fourze Driver transformation belt which gets its various powers from devices called Astroswitches to conjure attachments to Fourze's limbs.[1][4] As with the two previous series, the protagonist of Fourze made his debut in the annual summer film of the show's direct predecessor, appearing in Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals. The Takasaki University of Commerce in Gunma Prefecture is used for exterior shots of Amanogawa High School in Kamen Rider Fourze. The Kamen Rider Fourze trademark was registered by Toei on April 18, 2011.[5][6]. Fourze was written by Kazuki Nakashima, known for his screenplays of Oh! Edo Rocket and Gurren Lagann. The creature designer was Kia Asamiya, known for his artwork for the manga Martian Successor Nadesico and Silent Möbius.

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#TitleWriterOriginal airdate
1"The Ringed Wizard"
Transcription: "Yubiwa no Mahōtsukai" (Japanese: 指輪の魔法使い)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 2, 2012
2"I Want to Be a Wizard"
Transcription: "Mahōtsukai ni Naritai" (Japanese: 魔法使いになりたい)
Junko Kōmura
Tsuyoshi Kida
September 9, 2012
3"Transform! Live Broadcast"
Transcription: "Henshin! Namachūkei" (Japanese: 変身!生中継)
Junko Kōmura
Tsuyoshi Kida
September 16, 2012
4"The Doll and the Pianist"
Transcription: "Ningyō to Pianisuto" (Japanese: 人形とピアニスト)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 23, 2012
5"The Deciding Match of the Contest"
Transcription: "Kessen no Konkūru" (Japanese: 決戦のコンクール)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 30, 2012
6"To a Beautiful Flower"
Transcription: "Kirei na Hana ni wa" (Japanese: キレイな花には)
Junko KōmuraOctober 7, 2012
7"Buying Memories"
Transcription: "Omoide o Kau Tame ni" (Japanese: 思い出を買うために)
Junko KōmuraOctober 14, 2012
8"A New Magic Stone"
Transcription: "Aratana Mahōseki" (Japanese: 新たな魔宝石)
Junko KōmuraOctober 21, 2012
9"The Dragon's Cry"
Transcription: "Doragon no Sakebi" (Japanese: ドラゴンの叫び)
Junko KōmuraOctober 28, 2012
10"National Security Bureau Section 0"
Transcription: "Kokka Anzenkyoku Zero-ka" (Japanese: 国家安全局0課)
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 11, 2012
11"The Promise to Defend"
Transcription: "Mamorinuku Yakusoku" (Japanese: 守り抜く約束)
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 18, 2012
12"The Wagashi of Hope"
Transcription: "Kibō no Wagashi" (Japanese: 希望の和菓子)
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 25, 2012
13"The Heir to the Dream"
Transcription: "Yume o Tsugu Mono" (Japanese: 夢を継ぐ者)
Junko KōmuraDecember 2, 2012
14"The Return of the Film Director"
Transcription: "Kaettekita Eiga Kantoku" (Japanese: 帰って来た映画監督)
Junko KōmuraDecember 9, 2012
15"After the Last Scene Is..."
Transcription: "Rasuto Shīn no Ato wa" (Japanese: ラストシーンの後は)
Junko KōmuraDecember 16, 2012
16"The Christmas Miracle"
Transcription: "Kurisumasu no Kiseki" (Japanese: クリスマスの奇跡)
Tsuyoshi KidaDecember 23, 2012
17"Another Wizard"
Transcription: "Mō Hitori no Mahōtsukai" (Japanese: もう一人の魔法使い)
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 6, 2013
18"Magical Power Eating"
Transcription: "Maryoku ga Shokuji" (Japanese: 魔力が食事)
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 13, 2013
19"Today's Life, Tomorrow's Life"
Transcription: "Kyō no Inochi, Ashita no Inochi" (Japanese: 今日の命、明日の命)
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 20, 2013
20"Learning the Truth"
Transcription: "Chikazuku Shinshō" (Japanese: 近づく真相)
Junko KōmuraJanuary 27, 2013
21"The Crazed Dance of the Dragons"
Transcription: "Doragon-tachi no Ranbu" (Japanese: ドラゴンたちの乱舞)
Junko KōmuraFebruary 3, 2013
22"The Phoenix's Rampage"
Transcription: "Fushichō no Bōsō" (Japanese: 不死鳥の暴走)
Tsuyoshi KidaFebruary 10, 2013
Transcription: "Kessen" (Japanese: 決戦)
Tsuyoshi KidaFebruary 17, 2013
24"The Wizard's Grandmother"
Transcription: "Mahōtsukai no Sobo" (Japanese: 魔法使いの祖母)
Junko KōmuraFebruary 24, 2013
25"Life Choices"
Transcription: "Inochi no Sentaku" (Japanese: 命の選択)
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 3, 2013
26"Campus Infiltration"
Transcription: "Gakuen Sen'nyū" (Japanese: 学園潜入)
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 10, 2013
27"Big and Little Sisters"
Transcription: "Ane to Imōto" (Japanese: 姉と妹)
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 17, 2013
28"The Stolen Belt"
Transcription: "Nusumareta Beruto" (Japanese: 盗まれたベルト)
Junko KōmuraMarch 24, 2013
29"The Evolving Wild Beast"
Transcription: "Shinka Suru Yajū" (Japanese: 進化する野獣)
Junko KōmuraMarch 31, 2013
30"The Day Magic Disappeared"
Transcription: "Mahō no Kieru Hi" (Japanese: 魔法の消える日)
Tsuyoshi KidaApril 7, 2013
Transcription: "Namida" (Japanese: 涙)
Tsuyoshi KidaApril 14, 2013
32"Part-Time Danger"
Transcription: "Kiken na Arubaito" (Japanese: 危険なアルバイト)
Daisuke IshibashiApril 21, 2013
33"What Money Can't Buy"
Transcription: "Kane de Kaenai Mono" (Japanese: 金で買えないモノ)
Daisuke IshibashiApril 28, 2013
34"The Other Side of a Popular Model"
Transcription: "Ninki Moderu no Uragawa" (Japanese: 人気モデルの裏側)
Tsuyoshi KidaMay 5, 2013
35"The Other Side of Sora"
Transcription: "Sora no Mukōgawa" (Japanese: 空の向こう側)
Tsuyoshi KidaMay 12, 2013
36"The Myna Bird Speaks"
Transcription: "Kyūkanchō wa Kataru" (Japanese: 九官鳥は語る)
Daisuke IshibashiMay 19, 2013
37"Wanted: Despair"
Transcription: "Zetsubō, Shimeitehai" (Japanese: 絶望、指名手配)
Daisuke IshibashiMay 26, 2013
38"Stolen Hope"
Transcription: "Ubatta Kibō" (Japanese: 奪った希望)
Tsuyoshi KidaJune 2, 2013
39"What Was Forgotten On the Pitch"
Transcription: "Pitchi no Wasuremono" (Japanese: ピッチの忘れ物)
Tsuyoshi KidaJune 9, 2013
40"I Want to Ride a Bike"
Transcription: "Jitensha ni Noritai" (Japanese: 自転車に乗りたい)
Junko KōmuraJune 23, 2013
41"The Wizard Fate"
Transcription: "Mahōtsukai wa Unmei" (Japanese: 魔法使いは運命)
Junko KōmuraJune 30, 2013
42"The Ringed Novelist"
Transcription: "Yubiwa no Shōsetsuka" (Japanese: 指輪の小説家)
Tsuyoshi KidaJuly 7, 2013
43"The White Wizard's Secret"
Transcription: "Shiroi Mahōtsukai no Himitsu" (Japanese: 白い魔法使いの秘密)
Tsuyoshi KidaJuly 14, 2013
44"The Son's Keepsake"
Transcription: "Musuko no Katami wa" (Japanese: 息子の形見は)
Junko KōmuraJuly 21, 2013
45"The Smile in My Heart"
Transcription: "Egao wa Mune ni" (Japanese: 笑顔は胸に)
Junko KōmuraJuly 28, 2013
46"The Cracked Feelings"
Transcription: "Hibiwareta Omoi" (Japanese: ひび割れた思い)
Junko KōmuraAugust 4, 2013
47"The Truth About Wiseman"
Transcription: "Waizuman no Shinjitsu" (Japanese: ワイズマンの真実)
Junko KōmuraAugust 11, 2013
48"The Philosopher's Stone"
Transcription: "Kenja no Ishi" (Japanese: 賢者の石)
Tsuyoshi KidaAugust 18, 2013
49"The Beginning of the Sabbath"
Transcription: "Sabato no Makuake" (Japanese: サバトの幕開け)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 1, 2013
50"What Is Important?"
Transcription: "Taisetsu na Mono wa" (Japanese: 大切なものは)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 8, 2013
51"The Last Hope"
Transcription: "Saigo no Kibō" (Japanese: 最後の希望)
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 15, 2013
52"The Kamen Rider Rings"
Transcription: "Kamen Raidā no Yubiwa" (Japanese: 仮面ライダーの指輪)
Shō AikawaSeptember 22, 2013
53"The Endless Story"
Transcription: "Owaranai Monogatari" (Japanese: 終わらない物語)
Shō AikawaSeptember 29, 2013

Televi-Kun DVDs[edit]

Koichi Sakamoto, known for his work on the American Power Rangers franchise, served as the series' main director after his work on the Kamen Rider W films and several episodes of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.

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Amanogawa High School has become the center of strange happenings, and things only get stranger when the bad boy-styled transfer student Gentaro Kisaragi attempts to make friends in his own way, reuniting with childhood friend and self-professed space travel otaku Yuki Jojima, all while gaining the ire of loner Kengo Utahoshi. When the campus becomes overrun with monstrous constructs called Zodiarts, Kengo and Yuki attempt to use the strange devices they have found in the Rabbit Hatch lunar base that they access through a locker in an off-limits part of campus to fight them. However, Gentaro interferes in their plans, in part due to Kengo's body unable to handle the strains of battle, and uses the devices to transform into Fourze.[7][8] Upon learning of other heroes called Kamen Riders, Gentaro creates the Kamen Rider Club whose membership includes Yuki, Kengo, the school's queen bee Miu Kazashiro, Miu's jock boyfriend Shun Daimonji, garishly styled social butterfly JK and goth girl Tomoko Nozama.

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Later joined by Ryusei Sakuta, another transfer student who transforms into Kamen Rider Meteor, and their teacher Mr. Chuta Ohsugi, the Kamen Rider Club and Kamen Rider Fourze learn of the Horoscopes, an evolved group of Zodiarts who have been orchestrating events on the school grounds to build up their ranks. As the battle escalates, the Horoscopes set their motions to their final phase of their master plan before Kengo discovers his true existence. The titles of episodes of Kamen Rider Fourze consist of four kanji that can be read together to form a full statement. Gentaro Kisaragi made his debut in Kamen Rider OOO's third film, Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals. A crossover film between Kamen Rider OOO and Kamen Rider Fourze in the same vein as the Movie War 2010 and Movie War Core films, titled Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー フォーゼ&オーズ MOVIE大戦MEGA MAX, Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Fōze Ando Ōzu Mūbī Taisen Mega Makkusu),[9] was released in Japanese theatres on December 10, 2011.[10] The guest star for the Fourze portion was Hello!

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Project member Erina Mano, who portrayed Nadeshiko Misaki who transforms into Kamen Rider Nadeshiko, the first schoolgirl Kamen Rider.[11] The events of the movie took place between episodes 14 and 15. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai Sūpā Hīrō Taisen) is a film which features a crossover between the characters of the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai Series, featuring the protagonists of Kamen Rider Decade and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, alongside the casts of Kamen Rider Fourze and Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters as well.[12][13] The events of the movie took place between episodes 24 and 25. Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Space, Here We Come!

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(仮面ライダーフォーゼ THE MOVIE みんなで宇宙キターッ!, Kamen Raidā Fōze Za Mūbī Minna de Uchū Kitā!) is the main theatrical release for Kamen Rider Fourze, released on August 4, 2012, alongside the film for Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. The film features the evil Kyodain (キョーダイン, Kyōdain) siblings composed of the older brother Groundain (グランダイン, Gurandain) and the younger sister Skydain (スカイダイン, Sukaidain), who are based on the heroes of Space Ironmen Kyodain.[14][15] It also featured the first on-screen appearance of the 14th Heisei Kamen Rider: Kamen Rider Wizard.

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The events of the movie took place between episodes 38 and 39. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー ウィザード&フォーゼ MOVIE大戦アルティメイタム, Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Wizādo Ando Fōze Mūbī Taisen Arutimeitamu) was released on December 8, 2012, as the annual winter "Movie War" film.[16] In the portion featuring the cast and characters of Kamen Rider Fourze, the story takes place five years after the events of the series. Both Erina Mano and Mikie Hara return to reprise their roles while Kenta Suga guest stars as Saburo Kazeta of a school club called the Monster Alliance who can transform into Sanagiman. The other guest stars for the Fourze portion include Rika Adachi, Kasumi Yamaya, and Toshiya Toyama. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto) is a film released in Japan on April 27, 2013 which features the first crossover between characters of Toei's three main Tokusatsu franchises, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, and the Space Sheriff Series representing the Metal Hero Series as a whole.

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The protagonists of Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Wizard, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, and Kamen Rider Fourze also participate in the film. Sota Fukushi, Kenta Suga, Kohki Okada, and Ayumi Kinoshita reprise their roles voicing Kamen Rider Fourze, Inazuman, Groundain, and Skydain respectively. A Movie War film, titled Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Final: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Rider (仮面ライダー平成ジェネレーションズ FINAL ビルド&エグゼイドwithレジェンドライダー, Kamen Raidā Heisei Jenerēshonzu Fainaru Birudo Ando Eguzeido Wizu Rejendo Raidā) was released on December 9, 2017.

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Along the casts of Kamen Rider Build and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Shu Watanabe and Ryosuke Miura (Kamen Rider OOO), Sota Fukushi (Kamen Rider Fourze), Gaku Sano (Kamen Rider Gaim), and Shun Nishime (Kamen Rider Ghost) reprised their respective roles. A port of Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes titled Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Fourze (仮面ライダー クライマックスヒーローズ フォーゼ, Kamen Raidā Kuraimakkusu Hīrōzu Fōze) was released for both the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo Wii during Winter 2011.

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In addition to adding Kamen Rider Fourze to the game, the Shōwa Riders (e.g., Kamen Rider #1 & Kamen Rider Black RX) were added as playable characters.

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A manga adaptation of Kamen Rider Fourze, written and illustrated by MegaMan NT Warrior artist Ryo Takamisaki, was first published in the February issue of CoroCoro Comic Special. Kamen Rider Fourze: Ama High Grad-Uation (仮面ライダーフォーゼ ~天・高・卒・業~, Kamen Raidā Fōze Ama Kō Sotsu Gyō), written by Hideaki Tsukada, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptions of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders.

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The events of the novel took place after the final episode. The novel was released on February 28, 2014. Four short crossover episodes, collectively titled Kamen Rider Fourze × Crayon Shin-chan (仮面ライダーフォーゼ×クレヨンしんちゃん, Kamen Raidā Fōze × Kureyon Shin-chan), between Kamen Rider Fourze and Crayon Shin-chan were shown in each show's time slots during April 2012 to promote their respective series' new films: Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen and Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called!: Me and the Space Princess.

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  • The characters crossover in two episodes of each respective series.
  • The story follows Shin-chan teaming up with Kamen Rider Fourze in order to go to space and rescue Shin's younger sister who had been taken to Planet Himawari to become its princess.
  • The first and fourth episodes feature both anime and live-action while the second and third were entirely animated.[17][18][19].
  • Transform into Anime (アニメに変身だゾ, Anime ni Henshin da zo, April 13, 2012; Crayon Shin-chan time slot).
  • Com-Bined At-Tack (合・体・出・撃, Gat Tai Shutsu Geki, April 15, 2012; Kamen Rider Fourze time slot).
  • Let's Rescue Himawari (ひまわりをお助けするゾ, Himawari o Otasuke suru zo, April 27, 2012; Crayon Shin-chan time slot).
  • Just Not Enough Friends (友・達・未・満, Tomo Dachi Mi Man, April 29, 2012; Kamen Rider Fourze time slot).
  • The Hyper Battle DVD for Fourze is titled Kamen Rider Fourze Hyper Battle DVD: Rocket Drill States of Friendship (仮面ライダーフォーゼ 超バトルDVD 友情のロケットドリルステイツ, Kamen Raidā Fōze Haipā Batoru Dī Bui Dī Yūjō no Roketto Doriru Suteitsu).
  • Gentaro aims to become friends with Kamen Rider Amazon to obtain the Clear Drill Switch, which has crash landed in the Amazon River.
  • Kamen Rider Fourze: Astroswitch Secret Report (仮面ライダーフォーゼ アストロスイッチひみつレポート, Kamen Raidā Fōze Asutorosuitchi Himitsu Repōto) is a DVD packaged with the July 2012 issue of Televi-Kun magazine.
  • The issue also comes with a poster with the information described in the DVD.
  • The DVD is set before the Hyper Battle DVD, and features the content normally found in the Hyper Battle DVD (explaining the powers and weapons of the Kamen Riders), explained as Tachibana, with Ryusei and Gentaro's help, gathers the data of the 40 Astroswitches to find out what and where the mysterious mass of Cosmic Energy is.
  • Kamen Rider Fourze: Climax Episode (仮面ライダーフォーゼ クライマックスエピソード, Kamen Raidā Fōze Kuraimakkusu Episōdo) is the director's cut version of the combined episodes 31 & 32.
  • It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 21, 2012.
  • Kamen Rider Fourze: Final Episode (仮面ライダーフォーゼ FINAL EPISODE, Kamen Raidā Fōze Fainaru Episōdo) is the director's cut version of the last two episodes.
  • It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 21, 2013. Gentaro Kisaragi (如月 弦太朗, Kisaragi Gentarō): Sota Fukushi (福士 蒼汰, Fukushi Sōta).
  • Kengo Utahoshi (歌星 賢吾, Utahoshi Kengo): Ryuki Takahashi (高橋 龍輝, Takahashi Ryūki).
  • Yuki Jojima (城島 ユウキ, Jōjima Yūki): Fumika Shimizu (清水 富美加, Shimizu Fumika).
  • Miu Kazashiro (風城 美羽, Kazashiro Miu): Rikako Sakata (坂田 梨香子, Sakata Rikako).
  • Shun Daimonji (大文字 隼, Daimonji Shun): Justin Tomimori (冨森 ジャスティン, Tomimori Justin).
  • Tomoko Nozama (野座間 友子, Nozama Tomoko): Shiho (志保). JK (JK(ジェイク), Jeiku): Shion Tsuchiya (土屋 シオン, Tsuchiya Shion). Ryusei Sakuta (朔田 流星, Sakuta Ryūsei): Ryo Yoshizawa (吉沢 亮, Yoshizawa Ryō).
  • Sarina Sonoda (園田 紗里奈, Sonoda Sarina): Yuka Konan (虎南 有香, Konan Yuka).

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  • Chuta Ohsugi (大杉 忠太, Ōsugi Chūta): Takushi Tanaka (田中 卓志, Tanaka Takushi, of Ungirls).
  • Mitsuaki Gamou (我望 光明, Gamō Mitsuaki): Shingo Tsurumi (鶴見 辰吾, Tsurumi Shingo).
  • Kouhei Hayami (速水 公平, Hayami Kōhei): Kousei Amano (天野 浩成, Amano Kōsei). Natsuji Kijima (鬼島 夏児, Kijima Natsuji): Soran Tamoto (タモト 清嵐, Tamoto Soran).
  • Kou Tatsugami (立神 吼, Tatsugami Kō): Kazutoshi Yokoyama (横山 一敏, Yokoyama Kazutoshi).
  • Kuniteru Emoto (江本 州輝, Emoto Kuniteru): Hajime Yamazaki (山崎 一, Yamazaki Hajime).
  • Scorpion Zodiarts (スコーピオン・ゾディアーツ, Sukōpion Zodiātsu, Voice): Eiji Takemoto (竹本 英史, Takemoto Eiji).
  • Virgo Zodiarts (ヴァルゴ・ゾディアーツ, Varugo Zodiātsu, Voice): Rie Tanaka (田中 理恵, Tanaka Rie).
  • Narration, Tachibana (タチバナ, Voice): Nobuyuki Hiyama (檜山 修之, Hiyama Nobuyuki).
  • Toshiya Miura (三浦 俊也, Miura Toshiya, 1, 2, 13, 14): Masanori Mizuno (水野 真典, Mizuno Masanori).
  • Tsuyoshi Satake (佐竹 剛, Satake Tsuyoshi, 7, 8, 48): Satoshi Jinbo (神保 悟志, Jinbo Satoshi).
  • Takato Daimonji (大文字 高人, Daimonji Takato, 7, 8): Ryo Kamon (加門 良, Kamon Ryō).
  • Ritsuko Usaka (鵜坂 律子, Usaka Ritsuko, 9, 10, 25, 26): Hikari Kajiwara (梶原 ひかり, Kajiwara Hikari).
  • Junta Abe (阿部 純太, Abe Junta, 15, 16): Tokimasa Tanabe (田辺 季正, Tanabe Tokimasa).
  • Haruka Utsugi (宇津木 遥, Utsugi Haruka, 21, 22, 48): Nao Nagasawa (長澤 奈央, Nagasawa Nao).
  • Man at kick boxing gym (21, 22): Koji Nakamura (中村 浩二, Nakamura Kōji). Yayoi Tokuda (徳田 弥生, Tokuda Yayoi, 25, 26): Kasumi Suzuki (鈴木 かすみ, Suzuki Kasumi).

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Opening theme
  • Members of light music club (26): Kamen Rider Girls (仮面ライダーGIRLS, Kamen Raidā Gāruzu)Nao Yasuda (安田 奈央, Yasuda Nao)Erika Yoshizumi (吉住 絵里加, Yoshizumi Erika)Kaori Nagura (名倉 かおり, Nagura Kaori)Hitomi Isaka (井坂 仁美, Isaka Hitomi)Mitsuki Endo (遠藤 三貴, Endō Mitsuki). Nao Yasuda (安田 奈央, Yasuda Nao). Erika Yoshizumi (吉住 絵里加, Yoshizumi Erika).
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  • Member of light music club (26): Masaki (of defspiral). Member of light music club (26): AYANO (of FULL AHEAD). Mei Shirakawa (白川 芽以, Shirakawa Mei, 30-32): Runa Natsui (夏居 瑠奈, Natsui Runa). Yuki's father (43, 44): Yuu Kamio (神尾 佑, Kamio Yū).
  • Composition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset). Artist: Anna Tsuchiya (土屋 アンナ, Tsuchiya Anna)[20][21]. "Giant Step"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Shuhei NaruseArtist: Astronauts (May'n & Yoshiharu Shiina)Episodes: 6-16, 18, 19, 23-25Astronauts is a special band formed by May'n and former Surface vocalist Yoshiharu Shiina for Kamen Rider Fourze.[22].
  • "Shooting Star"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset)Artist: eversetEpisodes: 16-18, 21, 22, 26, 29"Shooting Star" is Kamen Rider Meteor's theme song.[23] The band everset previously contributed to the Kamen Rider Series as being Kamen Rider W's fictional Galveston 19.
  • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Yosuke Yamashita (山下 洋介, Yamashita Yōsuke). Artist: Southern (Minami Kuribayashi & Yosuke Yamashita). Episodes: 20-22, 31. "ENDLESS PLAY"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition: TAKUYAArrangement: Keisuke Iizuka, TAKUYAArtist: Astronauts feat.
  • Artist: Astronauts feat. SHIINA (Yoshiharu Shiina). Episodes: 21, 29, 48. "Evolvin' Storm"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset)Artist: eversetEpisodes: 28-30, 36"Evolvin' Storm" is Kamen Rider Meteor Storm's theme song.
  • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Shuhei Naruse. Artist: Astronauts (May'n & Yoshiharu Shiina). Episodes: 32-35, 37, 40-46, 48. "Ganbare, Hayabusa-kun" (がんばれ、はやぶさくん, "Go, Hayabusa")Artist: Yuki Jojima (Fumika Shimizu)Episodes: 3, 15, 16A song Yuki made up to praise the Hayabusa satellite.
  • Lyrics: Tsuyoshi Himura & Tenji Nagano. Composition: Tenji Nagano. Arrangement: Shuhei Naruse. Artist: Kamen Rider Girls. Episodes: 26, 48. "Hayabusa Metal" (はやぶさメタル, Hayabusa Metaru)Artist: Kamen Rider Club BandEpisodes: 35A rock variation of "Hayabusa-kun".
  • Composition: DJ HURRY KENN. Arrangement: AYANO (of FULL AHEAD). Artist: JK (Shion Tsuchiya). Episodes: 35, 36. "Oyaji no Blues" (親父のブルース, Oyaji no Burūsu, "Father Blues")Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition: DJ HURRY KENNArrangement: AYANO (of FULL AHEAD)Artist: JK (Shion Tsuchiya)Episodes: 36A song JK learned from his father.

A second soundtrack was later released on June 27, 2012. The Kamen Rider Fourze: Music States Collection' album, containing all vocal tracks from the series, was released on July 25, 2012.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Waku Waku anime Matsuri

  1. A special box collection was released on August 29, 2012, containing all of the songs and background music featured throughout the series and its films.
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  16. Retrieved 2011-12-18. ^"仮面ライダーフォーゼの新エンディングはマグネットステイツのテーマ曲「Bounce Back」".
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  20. The Wii (ウィー Wī, pronounced /ˈwiː/) is a home video game console released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006.
  21. As a seventh-generation console, the Wii primarily competes with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3. Nintendo states that its console targets a broader demographic than that of the two others.

Wii Compatibility List

  • A distinguishing feature of the console is its wirelesscontroller, the Wii Remote, which can be used as a handheld pointing device and detects movement in three dimensions.
  • Another distinctive feature of the console is WiiConnect24, which enables it to receive messages and updates over the Internet while in standby mode.
The Wii is Nintendo's fifth home console and the direct successor of the Nintendo GameCube, being fully backwardly compatible with all GameCube games and most accessories.