Kamen Rider Fourze Opening

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Template:Nihongo 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 Template:Nihongo4,[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. 8Crossover with Crayon Shin-chan. 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. 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. 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. 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. List of Kamen Rider Fourze episodes. Gentaro Kisaragi made his debut in Kamen Rider OOOTemplate:'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 Template:Nihongo4,[9] was released in Japanese theatres on December 10, 2011.[10] The guest star for the Fourze portion was Hello! 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. Template:Nihongo4 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. Template:Nihongo4 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 Template:Nihongo4 siblings composed of the older brother Template:Nihongo4 and the younger sister Template:Nihongo4, 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. The events of the movie took place between episodes 38 and 39. Template:Nihongo4 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. Template:Nihongo4 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. 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 Template:Nihongo4 was released on December 9, 2017. 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.