This article is about a/an series entry (the 25th) in the Kamen Rider Series.
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Kamen Rider Gaim
Number 25
Number of episodes: 47
First episode: Transform! The Orange from the Sky!?
Last episode:
Intro: Just Live More
Original airing: October 6, 2013
Producer: Toei Company
Production Order
Kamen Rider Wizard
Kamen Rider Drive
For the series' main character, Gaim, see Kota Kazuraba.

Kamen Rider Gaim (仮面ライダー鎧武(ガイム) Kamen Raidā Gaimu?) is a Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series, it is the fifteenth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-fourth series overall. Toei registered the copyright and trademark of the series, which started on 6 October 2013, joining Zyuden Sentai KyoryugerIcon-crosswiki in the Super Hero Time line-up three weeks after the finale of Kamen Rider Wizard. Starting February 16, 2014, Kamen Rider Gaim was joined in the Super Hero Time lineup with Ressha Sentai ToQgerIcon-crosswiki. After the finale of Kamen Rider Gaim, Ressha Sentai ToQger will air alongside the next Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider Drive.


Because of the large company, Yggdrasill Corporation setting up shop in the once bustling city of Zawame (沢芽市 Zawame-shi?); the community started to become more like a jōkamachi (城下町 castle town?). To escape the feeling of being under castle authority, dance crews were formed by young people to bring joy back to the public. Along with this is a popular game that uses the mysterious Lockseeds that contain animals called Inves that are said to come from another dimension.

As the game becomes more popular, tears in reality begin to open that bring the Inves from their home dimension to Earth. Kota Kazuraba, a young man who recently quit his dance crew Team Gaim (to help his sister Akira Kazuraba), finds a special Lockseed and the Sengoku Driver to become an Armored Rider, named Kamen Rider Gaim. He must fight the sudden appearance of the Inves, but also against other Armored Riders, effectively becoming a Sengoku period-like conflict for only one victor to prove themselves that they have the right to possess the power of the Helheim Forest, the proverbial forbidden fruit.


Armored RidersEdit

Kamen Rider Gaim Kota Kazuraba
Kamen Rider Baron Kaito Kumon
Kamen Rider Ryugen Mitsuzane Kureshima
Kamen Rider Zangetsu Takatora Kureshima
Kamen Rider Gridon Hideyasu Jonouchi
Kamen Rider Kurokage Ryoji Hase
Kamen Rider Bravo Oren Pierre Alfonzo
Kamen Rider Knuckle Zack
Kamen Rider Fifteen Ren Aoi
Kamen Rider Mars Kogane
Kamen Rider Kamuro Lapis

New Generation RidersEdit

Kamen Rider Zangetsu Shin Takatora Kureshima Mitsuzane Kureshima
Kamen Rider Duke Ryoma Sengoku
Kamen Rider Sigurd Lock Dealer Sid
Kamen Rider Marika Yoko Minato
Kamen Rider Kurokage Shin Peko

Rider TroopsEdit

Kurokage Troopers Yggdrasill Henchmen

Beat RidersEdit

Yggdrasill CorporationEdit

Bujin RidersEdit

Bujin Rider Gaim Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
Bujin Rider Wizard Kamen Rider Bujin Wizard
Bujin Rider Fourze Kamen Rider Bujin Fourze
Bujin Rider OOO Kamen Rider Bujin OOO
Bujin Rid er Double
Kamen Rider Bujin Double
Bujin Rider Decade Kamen Rider Bujin Decade
Bujin Rider Kiva Kamen Rider Bujin Kiva
Bujin Rider Den-O Kamen Rider Bujin Den-O
Bujin Rider Kabuto Kamen Rider Bujin Kabuto
Bujin Rider Hibiki Kamen Rider Bujin Hibiki
Bujin Rider Blade Kamen Rider Bujin Blade
Bujin Rider Faiz Kamen Rider Bujin Faiz
Bujin Rider Ryuki Kamen Rider Bujin Ryuki
Bujin Rider Agito Kamen Rider Bujin Agito
Bujin Rider Kuuga Kamen Rider Bujin Kuuga


Kamen Rider Wizard Haruto Soma
Kamen Rider Beast Kosuke Nitoh
Kamen Rider Decade Tsukasa Kadoya
Kika ider

Super SentaiEdit

Designation Name
Kyoryu Red Daigo KiryuIcon-crosswiki
Designation Name
ToQ 1gou RightIcon-crosswiki
ToQ 2gou TokattiIcon-crosswiki
ToQ 3gou MioIcon-crosswiki
ToQ 4gou HikariIcon-crosswiki
ToQ 5gou KaguraIcon-crosswiki



Main article: Inves
  • Major Over Lord Inves
Demushu Demushu
Redyue Redyue
Rosyuo Rosyuo


Hakaider Hakaider


Main article: Kamen Rider Gaim EpisodesKamen Rider Gaim Episodes


Recurring/guest castEdit

Suit actorsEdit


  • This installment celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Heisei Rider Series.
  • This is the first Kamen Rider series since Kamen Rider Kiva whose title is not an English word nor based on an English word.
  • While the Gaim Riders' motif is fruit, it is not the first series to have a Rider with a fruit motif. The first one is Kamen Rider Den-O, with the peach-themed Sword Form.
  • This Kamen Rider series does not intend to strictly follow the two-episode story arc structure that has been part of the Kamen Rider franchise since Den-O.
  • Most of the Riders' Transformation segments are similar to the Riders from Den-O.
    • Coincidentally, the voice for one of the Drivers and the Narrator are former Imagin voice actors from Den-O.
  • With a total of at least eleven Riders known to appear in the series (thirteen counting it's accompanying movies) plus the Kurokage Troopers, as of late January 2014, Gaim has not only has more Riders than any Neo-Heisei series, but has caught up to Ryuki (which had a total of 13 Riders, along with the 2 Alternatives) and Kabuto (which had 11 Riders, not counting ZECTroopers), and is catching up to Hibiki (which had 19 Riders, more if you count the novel and S.I.C. saga) as the series with the most Riders in the Heisei era and the franchise overall.
    • Interestingly before episode 32, this series is more focused about Kamen Riders battling each other than Kamen Rider Ryuki.
      • Later since episode 32, the series' story becomes something similar to Ryuki's USA adaption Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, where most of All Riders are gathered in form of an alliance, with one/two Rider(s) on a villain side.


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