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Thor: Love and Thunder Interactive Trailer. Do you like this video? Teacher (恩師,Onshi) is the twelfth episode of Kamen Rider Kuuga.

Sakurako helps Yusuke's former teacher renew his confidence all while Yusuke works on a new move for Kuuga to defeat the rhino Gurongi. Yusuke manages to avoid being impaled by catching Xu·Zain·Da’s horn as he falls. After landing a finishing kick, Xu·Zain·Da stands up, showing that the kick was ineffective.

A moment later, Me·Byran·Gi dashes in and injures Xu·Zain·Da’s shoulder, then attack him several more times. Xu·Zain·Da insists that he’s just performing the Gegel, but Me·Byran·Gi insists that he doesn’t have the right to, and tosses both himself and Xu·Zain·Da off a small cliff into a pool of water as Yusuke watches.

Ichijo arrives later and suggests that they look downstream for the pair. Kanagawa Prefecture: In Front of Yaga Station in Yamakita, 1:38 p.m. Kanzaki joins Sakurako in waiting for the bus, and she notices the name on his bag, which matches the name Yusuke gave her.

Bunkyo Ward: Pole Pole, 1:46 p.m. Nana and Tamasaburo wash dishes and Minori comes in. Tamasaburo introduces Nana to Minori as his niece, and Minori introduces herself as Yusuke’s younger sister. Nana introduces herself as the first member of the Yusuke Godai fan club.

Xu·Zain·Da walks out of the river as his injuries from the conflict with Me·Byran·Gi heal and attacks a nearby vehicle. As they ride the bus, Sakurako and Kanzaki talk about Yusuke. Tsukuba: Takarada, 2:07 p.m. After telling him the plan for finding the Unidentified Lifeforms, Ichijo remembers that Yusuke was meeting somebody important that day, and asks him about it. He says it’s okay, and he still kept his promise. He also asks Ichijo if he could take care of the Unidentified Lifeform since he thinks he’ll need a stronger kick. Kanzaki is surprised that Yusuke remembered the date since Kanzaki only came because he accidentally came across the album. Ra-Balva-Da receives a case from another Gurongi. When Xu·Goma·Gu tries to open it, she hits him.

Yamakita: In Front of Tachibana Elementary School, 2:48 p.m. Sakurako and Kanzaki both arrive at their destination, only to find that the school is barricaded by a fence and is scheduled to be torn down. Kanzaki comments that the things he believes in seem destined to disappear, and asks Sakurako to contact Yusuke.

After a moment, Sakurako suggests that they try to cross the fence since she’s confident Yusuke will arrive. Chiba Prefecture: Noda Police Station, 3:18 p.m. Ichijo gets a tip from Sugita that all the victims were idling in heavy vehicles, which Sugita has just issued a warning to the public about. Yusuke thinks that his kick will gain enough power to take out the Unidentified Lifeform if he performs a flip.

Sakurako and Kanzaki arrive in one of the classrooms where Kanzaki taught. He says that he was losing faith in the educational system, and was wondering how to best help the children, and was thinking of quitting teaching. He thought that if Yusuke remembered the date, he thought there would be meaning to continue teaching, but if he did not, he would quit. Ibaraki Prefecture: Cordoned Area, 3:44 p.m.

Ichijo contacts Yusuke and tells him that he will be an attempt to lure out ULF 22 by driving a heavy vehicle. As he finishes relaying the information, the track is attacked by ULF 22, who transforms into his Gurongi form and attempts to attack him. Kanzaki reveals to Sakurako that Yusuke promised to gain 2,000 skills before the year 2000, and after Sakurako says that he managed to obtain that many, Kanzaki says that Yusuke is unbelievable.

She responds that he was able to do it because of everybody’s smiles. She gives him a thumbs-up and asks if he knew about it. When he sees that, Kanzaki tells her that he taught Yusuke about it and that it was a sign in ancient Rome that the person to whom it was given could successfully do everything, and that he told Yusuke to become a man worthy of it. When he finishes tells Sakurako this, he is overcome with emotion and begins to cry.

Yusuke manages to find Ichijo and ULF 22 and transforms. When Yusuke attempts to land his finishing blow, he flips in midair and breaks off ULF 22’s horn, which kills him. Yamakita: Tachibana Elementary School, 9:23 p.m.

Kanzaki tells Sakurako that he’s glad that he found the album as Yusuke arrives on the Try Chaser 2000.

He and Kanzaki then show the other a thumbs-up. Kuuga - Mighty Form. This episode aired alongside Mirai Sentai Timeranger episode 10, Case File 10: The Escape to Tomorrow.

Viewership: 8.5%. Kamen Rider Kuuga DVD Volume 3 features episodes 9-12.

Kamen Rider Kuuga Blu-ray Volume 1 features episodes 1-16.[1]. Kamen Rider Kuuga DVD Volume 3. Kamen Rider Kuuga Blu-ray Volume 1. Thor: Love and Thunder Interactive Trailer. Do you like this video? Naruhisa ArakawaToshiki InoueTsuyoshi KidaKei MurayamaKiyoshi Takenaka. Kamen Rider Kuuga (仮面ライダークウガ,Kamen Raidā Kūga, Masked Rider Kuuga) is a Japanese tokusatsu drama and the 10th installment of the Kamen Rider Series.

Debuting as the first entry of the Heisei Era, the series aired from January 30, 2000 to January 21, 2001 on TV Asahi as a joint collaboration between Ishimori Productions and Toei Company. The series is the first to be broadcast in widescreen format (albeit presented in a letterbox format). The catchphrase for the series is "A New Hero, A New Legend".

The average ratings of the series was 9.7%.[1]. 2Characters2.1Kamen Riders2.3Gurongi. 2.1Kamen Riders. Long ago, the Gurongi Tribe terrorized the Rinto (リント,Rinto) until a warrior named Kuuga appeared and defeated the Gurongi, sealing their leader within a cave.

In the present day, a multi-talented man named Yusuke Godai finds himself linked to the mysterious stoned belt that was found within the excavated cave as the Gurongi are resurrected and resume their murderous game on the descendants of the Rinto, humanity itself. It is up to Yusuke, along with the assembled Science Police, to use the various powers of Kuuga to stop and defeat the Gurongi Tribesmen from their continuous killing and ensure the happiness of others. However, as the endgame draws near, Yusuke learns that there is a horrible revelation behind Kuuga and the Gurongis' leader.

La·Balva·De (3-48). La·Doldo·Gu (23-29, 31-33, 35-39 & 41-46). Xu·Zain·Da (3-4, 6-7, 9-12 & 17). Me·Garima·Ba (7-11, 13-14 & 18-24).

Go·Gadol·Ba (25, 27, 29, 31-35 & 37-45). The series is divided into three story arcs[2]:. Episode 01-16 - "Rebirth" Arc (「新生」編,"Shinsei"-Hen), this arc introduces most of the main characters and plot. It deals with Yusuke Godai fighting the Gurongi, upon becoming Kuuga. Episode 17-35 - "Evolution" Arc (「進化」編,"Shinka"-Hen), this arc deals with Yusuke upgrading his powers with the Rising forms after being brought back from the dead by the Arcle. Episode 36-49 - "Ends" Arc (「終焉」編,"Shūen"-Hen), this arc builds up Kuuga's further evolution into his Ultimate Form and his final fight against the Gurongi overlord, N·Daguva·Zeba.

The title of each episode of this Kamen Rider Series is written with only two Kanji. Revival (復活,Fukkatsu). Transformation (変身,Henshin). Tokyo (東京,Tōkyō). Sprint (疾走,Shissō). Distance (距離,Kyori). Azure Dragon (青龍,Seiryū).

Grief (傷心,Shōshin). Archer (射手,Shashu). Siblings (兄妹,Kyōdai). Fierceness (熾烈,Shiretsu). Promise (約束,Yakusoku). Teacher (恩師,Onshi).

Suspicion (不審,Fushin). Omen (前兆,Zenchō). Armor (装甲,Sōkō). Creed (信条,Shinjō). Preparation (臨戦,Rinsen). Loss (喪失,Sōshitsu). Artifact (霊石,Reiseki). Smile (笑顔,Egao). Secrets (暗躍,An'yaku). Uneasiness (不安,Fuan). Strengthening (強化,Kyōka). Wandering (彷徨,Hōkō). Myself (自分,Jibun). Ripple (波紋,Hamon).

Clarification (解明,Kaimei). Crossroads (岐路,Kiro). Fate (運命,Unmei). Retaliation (応戦,Ōsen). Obstacle (障害,Shōgai). Cooperation (連携,Renkei). Tremble (戦慄,Senritsu). Emotion (愛憎,Aizō). Complication (錯綜,Sakusō). Approach (接近,Sekkin). Transition (変転,Henten).

Impulse (衝動,Shōdō). Control (抑制,Yokusei). Battlefield (戦場,Senjō). Reality (現実,Genjitsu). Crisis (危機,Kiki). Archenemy (強敵,Kyōteki). Indomitable (不屈,Fukutsu). Decision (決意,Ketsui). Kuuga (空我,Kūga). Yusuke (雄介,Yūsuke). Kamen Rider Kuuga vs. the Strong Monster Go·Jiino·Da (仮面ライダークウガVS剛力怪人ゴ・ジイノ・ダ,Kamen Raidā Kūga Bāsasu Gōriki Kaijin Go·Jiino·Da).

First Dream of the New Year (初夢,Hatsuyume). Good Job (乙彼,Otsukare). Kamen Rider Kuuga: Special Chapter (仮面ライダークウガ 特別篇,Kamen Raidā Kūga Tokubetsu-hen) (director's cut of the first two episodes). Kamen Rider Kuuga (Televi-kun manga) (仮面ライダークウガ,Kamen Raidā Kūga).

Kamen Rider Kuuga: Extra Episode ~Trust~ (仮面ライダークウガ エクストラエピソード「信頼」,Kamen Raidā Kūga Ekusutora Episōdo Shinrai). Kamen Rider Kuuga (comic) (幪面超人古迦,Mung Min Chiu Yan Gu Gaa). Kamen Rider Kuuga (manga) (仮面ライダークウガ,Kamen Raidā Kūga). Odyssey (オデッセイ,Odessei). Kamen Rider Kuuga (novel) (小説 仮面ライダークウガ,Shōsetsu Kamen Raidā Kūga). Yusuke Godai (五代 雄介,Godai Yūsuke): Joe Odagiri (オダギリ ジョー,Odagiri Jō). Kaoru Ichijo (一条 薫,Kaoru Ichijō): Shingo Katsurayama (葛山 信吾,Katsurayama Shingo).

Sakurako Sawatari (沢渡 桜子,Sawatari Sakurako): Kazumi Murata (村田 和美,Murata Kazumi). Oyassan (Tamasaburo Kazari) (おやっさん (飾 玉三郎),Oyassan (Kazari Tamasaburō)): Kitaro (きたろう,Kitarō). Minori Godai (五代 みのり,Godai Minori): Wakana Aoi (葵 若菜,Aoi Wakana).

Shuichi Tsubaki (椿 秀一,Shūichi Tsubaki): Yoshitaka Otsuka (大塚 よしたか,Ōtsuka Yoshitaka).

Hikari Enokida (榎田 ひかり,Hikari Enokida): Kaori Mizushima (水島 かおり,Kaori Mizushima). Nana Asahina (朝比奈 奈々,Asahina Nana): Shio Mizuhara (水原 詩生,Mizuhara Shio). Jean Michel Sorrel (ジャン・ミッシェル・ソレル,Jan Missheru Soreru): Serge Vasilov (セルジュ・ヴァシロフ,Seruju Vashirofu). Mika Natsume (夏目 実加,Natsume Mika): Yuka Takeshima (竹島 由夏,Takeshima Yuka).

Sadao Matsukura (松倉 貞雄,Matsukura Sadao): Yudai Ishiyama (石山 雄大,Ishiyama Yūdai). Morimichi Sugita (杉田 守道,Morimichi Sugita): Takashi Matsuyama (松山 鷹志,Matsuyama Takashi). Tsuyoshi Sakurai (桜井 剛,Sakurai Tsuyoshi): Nobuyuki Yoneyama (米山 信之,Yoneyama Nobuyuki).

Nozomi Sasayama (笹山 望見,Sasayama Nozomi): Eri Tanaka (田中 恵理,Tanaka Eri). Hitoshi Kashiwabara (柏原 仁,Kashiwabara Hitoshi): Takashi Kikuchi (菊池 隆志,Kikuchi Takashi). Junichi Shiina (椎名 純一,Shiina Jun'ichi): Makoto Hatayama (畠山 真,Hatayama Makoto). Tatsuhiko Ebisawa (海老沢 達彦,Ebisawa Tatsuhiko): Fujio Mori (森 富士夫,Mori Fujio). Tsurumaru Kameyama (亀山 鶴丸,Kameyama Tsurumaru): Katsuaki Nishide (西手 勝秋,Nishide Katsuaki).

Shoji Kanzaki (神崎 昭二,Kanzaki Shōji): Takashi Inoue (井上 高志,Inoue Takashi). Junichi Chono (蝶野 潤一,Chōno Jun'ichi): Daisuke Uchida (内田 大介,Uchida Daisuke). Keiko Motoshiro (元城 恵子,Motoshiro Keiko): Rie Okada (岡田 理江,Okada Rie). Atsuko Enokida (榎田 篤子,Enokida Atsuko): Machiko Naka (中 真千子,Naka Machiko).

Sayuru Enokida (榎田 冴,Enokida Sayuru): Kentaro Niibo (新穂 健太郎,Niibo Kentarō). Hiroyuki Yashiro (社 広之,Yashiro Hiroyuki): Yutaro Kamata (鎌田 雄太郎,Kamata Yūtarō). Shuto Terashima (寺島 周斗,Terashima Shūto): Tomoaki Takagi (高木 智晃,Takagi Tomoaki).

La·Balva·De (Rose Tattoo's Lady) (ラ・バルバ・デ (バラのタトゥの女),La·Balva·De (Bara no Tatu no On'na)): Mie Nanamori (七森 美江,Nanamori Mie). La·Doldo·Gu (ラ・ドルド・グ,La·Doldo·Gu): Tenmei Basara (婆裟羅 天明,Basara Tenmei). Xu·Zain·Da (ズ・ザイン・ダ,Xu·Zain·Da): Akira Nogami (野上 彰,Nogami Akira). Xu·Goma·Gu (ズ・ゴオマ・グ,Xu Gōma Gu): Mitsuru Fujio (藤生 みつる,Fujiō Mitsuru).

Zu-Badzū-Ba & Go-Badā-Ba (ズ・バヅー・バ&ゴ・バダー・バ,Xu Bazū Ba & Go Badā Ba): Nobuyuki Ogawa (小川 信行,Ogawa Nobuyuki). Nu·Zajio·Re (ヌ・ザジオ・レ,Nu·Zajio·Re): Tadashi Takatsuki (高月 忠,Takatsuki Tadashi).

Me·Byran·Gi (メ・ビラン・ギ,Me·Byran·Gi): Hironobu Ohashi (大橋 寛展,Ōhashi Hironobu). Me·Galme·Re (メ・ガルメ・レ,Me·Galme·Re): Masaharu Mori (森 雅晴,Mori Masaharu). Me·Garima·Ba (メ・ガリマ・バ,Me·Garima·Ba): Miho Iijima (飯島 美穂,Iijima Miho).

Go·Buuro·Gu (ゴ・ブウロ・グ,Go Būro Gu): Koichi Takao (高尾 晃市,Takao Kōichi). Go·Bemiu·Gi (ゴ・ベミウ・ギ,Go·Bemiu·Gi): Seiko Ito (伊藤 聖子,Itō Seiko). Go·Gamego·Re (ゴ・ガメゴ・レ,Go·Gamego·Re): Kazuyoshi Sakai (酒井 一圭,Sakai Kazuyoshi).

Go·Jalaji·Da (ゴ・ジャラジ・ダ,Go·Jalaji·Da): Masayoshi Okawa (大川 征義,Ōkawa Masayoshi). Go·Zazalu·Ba (ゴ・ザザル・バ,Go·Zazalu·Ba): Chiaki Asakura (朝倉 ちあき,Asakura Chiaki).

Go-Jāza-Gi (ゴ・ジャーザ・ギ,Go Jāza Gi): Sumire Arai (あらい すみれ,Arai Sumire). Go·Babel·Da (ゴ・バベル・ダ,Go·Babel·Da): Kensho Sakurai (桜井 顕生,Sakurai Kenshō). Go·Gadol·Ba (ゴ・ガドル・バ,Go·Gadol·Ba): Masato Gunji (軍司 眞人 ,Gunji Masato). N·Daguva·Zeba (ン・ダグバ・ゼバ,N Daguba Zeba): Kenji Urai (浦井 健治,Urai Kenji). Narrator (ナレーター,Narētā): Fumihiko Tachiki (立木 文彦,Tachiki Fumihiko). Kamen Rider Kuuga: Kenji Tominaga (富永 研司,Tominaga Kenji). Gurongi: Hirofumi Fukuzawa (福沢 博文,Fukuzawa Hirofumi), Makoto Itō (伊藤 慎,Itō Makoto). Go·Zazalu·Ba: Shoji Hachisuka (蜂須賀 昭二,Hachisuka Shōji). Go·Jalaji·Da: Toshihiro Ogura (小倉 敏博,Ogura Toshihiro).

Kamen Rider Kuuga (Motorcycle Action): Takumi Narita (成田 匠,Narita Takumi). Go·Badaa·Ba (Motorcycle Action): Ryo Narita (成田 亮,Narita Ryō).

"Kamen Rider Kuuga!" (仮面ライダークウガ!,Kamen Raidā Kūga!)Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition: Toshihiko SahashiArtist: Masayuki Tanaka (田中 昌之,Tanaka Masayuki). Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition: Toshihiko Sahashi. Artist: Masayuki Tanaka (田中 昌之,Tanaka Masayuki). "Aozora ni Naru" (青空になる "Into the Blue Sky")Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition: Toshihiko SahashiArtist: Jin Hashimoto (橋本 仁,Hashimoto Jin). Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition: Toshihiko Sahashi. Artist: Jin Hashimoto (橋本 仁,Hashimoto Jin).

"Power of soulLyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Keiichi OkuArtist: Jin Hashimoto. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Keiichi Oku. Artist: Jin Hashimoto. "Red DesireLyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Masayuki Tanaka. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Masayuki Tanaka. "Believe in MiracleLyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Kazumi Murata.

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Kazumi Murata.

"Blue HigherLyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Jin Hashimoto. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Jin Hashimoto. ""Bara No Okite" (薔薇の掟,The Law of Roses)Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist:Mie Nanamori (La·Balva·De).

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist:Mie Nanamori (La·Balva·De). "TRY & CHASELyrics: Nagae KuwabaraComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Masayuki Tanaka. Lyrics: Nagae Kuwabara. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou.

Artist: Masayuki Tanaka. Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Jin Hashimoto. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Jin Hashimoto. "Edge of Green"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Kazunori MiyakeArtist: Jin Hashimoto.

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake. Artist: Jin Hashimoto. "PURPLE PRIDE"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Kazunori MiyakeArtist: Nori Sakai. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake. Artist: Nori Sakai. "Kyuukyoku no Yami" (究極の闇,Ultimate Darkness)Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiArtist: Norio Sakai.

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Artist: Norio Sakai. "Love is my lifeLyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Yoshitaka Ootsuka.

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Yoshitaka Ootsuka. "Soukouki GOURAM" (装甲機GOURAM,Armored Machine GOURAM)Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Keiichi OkuArtist: MICKEY-T. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Keiichi Oku. Artist: MICKEY-T. "Tanpopo No O-Hana" (たんぽぽのおはな)Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Wakana Aoi.

Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Wakana Aoi. "BEATCHASER 2000Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Jin Hashimoto. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou.

Artist: Jin Hashimoto. "It comes rain"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Shingo Katsurayama. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou.

Artist: Shingo Katsurayama. "Rising your power to Gold"Lyrics: Shoko FujibayashiComposition & Arrangement: Toshihiko SatouArtist: Nori Sakai. Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi. Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou. Artist: Nori Sakai. Kuuga premiered on TV Asahi on January 30, 2000.

Kuuga was released on Blu-Ray in several box sets. Blu-Ray Box 1Episodes 1-16. Blu-Ray Box 2Episodes 17-33. Blu-Ray Box 3Episodes 34-49. All episodes of Kuuga were released in North America on TokuSHOUTSU on May 1, 2020[3]. All episodes of Kuuga were released in Latin America with a Spanish dub on Olympusat's FreeTV streaming app on Spetember 7, 2021.

This show is the very first Kamen Rider series to be shot in 1080i, though some broadcast footage and frequent home video releases used the modified component masters (on-air versions with letterboxed 4:3 aspect ratio), which results in standard quality. The HD streaming and Blu-Ray Box releases, however: Uses the modified and upscaled versions of the SD component masters, making the term "remastered" completely null. This practice would continue until the end of Kamen Rider Den-O.

There were plans to produce a Kuuga film featuring an overseas tribe of Gurongi led by a Wolf Gurongi, an idea that was scrapped and later reused for Kamen Rider Decade,[4], but it never happened due to the lack of proper funding.

Kuuga would not make his first theatrical film appearance until Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. An alternate version of the logo with both English and Japanese language was used in the 2018 Kamen Rider Exhibition in Macau. ↑ 4.04.1https://tieba.baidu.com/p/5645381620. Official website at TV Asahi(archive link).

Kamen Rider Kuuga at Wikipedia. Kamen Rider Kuuga at Japanese Wikipedia. Official website at Kamen-Rider-Official. Thor: Love and Thunder Interactive Trailer. Do you like this video? Kamen Rider Kuuga (仮面ライダークウガ,Kamen Raidā Kūga, Masked Rider Kuuga (spelled as 空我 in some rare cases)), is the first main Kamen Rider in the Heisei era and the only Rider in Kamen Rider Kuuga.

His power was created by the ancient Rinto tribe using an artifact called the Amadam, along with the Gouram, to combat the monstrous Gurongi tribe who tormented them.

He transforms using the Arcle and rides the TryChaser 2000 and BeatChaser 2000.

Yusuke Godai (current). Mika Natsume (Novel). Yusuke Onodera (A.R. Kamen Rider Bujin Kuuga (Bujin Rider).

Rintaro Shindo (Movie Exclusive).

1History1.8Unnamed appearances. 1.8Unnamed appearances. 2Appearances in other media2.1Video Game appearances2.2Stage Shows. 2.1Video Game appearances. 7Behind the Scenes. Kuuga's source of power, the Arcle, was originally created by the ancient Rinto tribe and given to the warrior Riku to defend them against the Gurongi tribe. Upon defeating all of the Gurongi and their leader N·Daguva·Zeba, he sealed himself and the Gurongi in a tomb, until their remains were unearthed by archaeologists in the year 2000.

[Kamen Rider Kuuga]. When Riku's remains and the Gurongi were unearthed, Yusuke Godai was drawn to the Arcle until he eventually donned it and became the next Kuuga, engaging in a battle against the newly awoken Gurongi. [Kamen Rider Kuuga]. 13 years after the end of the series, Mika found a prototype Arcle which was created earlier than Yusuke's, but is incomplete because of lack of an Amadam, which causes the user to go berserk.

The previous user went crazy and the belt was sealed inside the Coffin of Darkness. Wearing the belt, she transformed into Kuuga. As the prototype Kuuga, she only has Growing and Ultimate Forms. However, she must control both of her powers and temper due to the Arcle's lacking an Amadam stone, which usually stabilizes the user.

[Kamen Rider Kuuga (novel)]. Yusuke Onodera is the World of Kuuga's alternate version of Kuuga, joining Kamen Rider Decade on his travels when his world is intruded upon by him.

[Kamen Rider Decade]. Bujin Kuuga is the World of the Warring Period's alternate version of Kuuga, representing the Kuuga Army. [Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle].

Rintaro Shindo was briefly transformed into Kamen Rider Kuuga via George Karizaki's Clone Rider system. [Kamen Rider: Beyond Generations]. As a main Heisei Rider, Kuuga frequently reappears in crossovers in his suit only, usually with no speaking lines (or voiced by a new actor).

Generally, he is assumed (and sometimes confirmed) to be Yusuke Godai unless otherwise stated, though the canonicity of this is dubious and bears no relevance to his characterization.