This article is about a/an series entry (the 22nd) in the Kamen Rider Series.
Kamen Rider OOO title card
Kamen Rider OOO
Number 22
Number of episodes: 48 + 4 movies
First episode: Medals, Underwear, and the Mysterious Arm
Last episode: Finale: The Medals of Tomorrow, Underwear, and Arms Held
Intro: Anything Goes!
Original airing: September 5, 2010-August 28, 2011
Producer: Toei Company
Production Order
Kamen Rider W
Kamen Rider Fourze
For the series' main character, OOO, see Eiji Hino.

Kamen Rider OOO (仮面ライダーオーズ/OOO Kamen Raidā Ōzu?) is a 2010-2011 Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series, being the twelfth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-first overall. It began airing on September 5, 2010, the week following the conclusion of Kamen Rider W,[1] joining Tensou Sentai GoseigerIcon-crosswiki and then Kaizoku Sentai GokaigerIcon-crosswiki in the Super Hero Time lineup, until its conclusion on August 28, 2011. The series' titular Kamen Rider made a cameo appearance in the film Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate. The catchphrase for the series is "I'll transform!!!" (俺が変身する!!! Ore ga henshin suru!!!?).


Eiji Hino is a traveling man who has no place to call home and a tragic past. When coin-based homunculi known as the Greeed awaken after their 800-year slumber to attack humans and feed off of their desires, the disembodied arm of the Greeed named Ankh gives Eiji a belt and three Medals to fight the other Greeed as Kamen Rider OOO. The mysterious Kougami Foundation approaches Eiji and begins assisting him in his fight against the Greeed, though their true motives are not clear. As Eiji fights the Greeed and their Yummy monsters, learning more of the Greeed and Ankh, he starts to find a purpose beyond his journey.[1]


Kamen RidersEdit

Kamen Rider OOO Unnamed KingEiji Hino
Kamen Rider Birth Akira DateShintaro Goto (Other Users)
Kamen Rider Proto-Birth Shintaro Goto ► Akira Date

Movie RidersEdit

Kamen Rider Core Kamen Rider Core
Kamen Rider Poseidon Michal MinatoPoseidon
Kamen Rider Aqua Michal Minato


Izumi SiblingsEdit

Kougami FoundationEdit

Cuisine Restaurant Cous CoussierEdit


Kamen Rider 1 Takeshi Hongo
Kamen Rider 2 Hayato Ichimonji
Kamen Rider Den-O Momotaros
Kamen Rider New Den-O Kotaro Nogami
Kamen Rid er Double
Philip & Shotaro Hidari
Kamen Rider Accel Ryu Terui
Kamen Rider Skull Sokichi Narumi
Kamen Rider Fourze Gentaro Kisaragi
Kamen Rider Meteor Ryusei Sakuta
Kamen Rider Nadeshiko Nadeshiko Misaki
Kamen Rider Decade Tsukasa Kadoya
Kamen Rider Diend Daiki Kaito
Gosei Red AlataIcon-crosswiki
Gosei Pink EriIcon-crosswiki
Gosei Black AgriIcon-crosswiki
Gosei Yellow MouneIcon-crosswiki
Gosei Blue HydeIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Red Captain MarvelousIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Blue Joe GibkenIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Yellow Luka MillfyIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Green Don DogoierIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Pink Ahim de FamilleIcon-crosswiki
Gokai Silver Gai IkariIcon-crosswiki


Main article: Greeed


Ankh Ankh
Uva Uva
Kazari Kazari
Gamel Gamel
Mezool Mezool
Ankh (Lost) Ankh (Lost)
Shocker Greeed Shocker Greeed
Kyoryu Greeed Kiyoto Maki
Eiji Greeed Eiji Hino


Armored Warrior Inhumanoid Nobunaga
Gara Gara


Main article: Kamen Rider OOO Episodes

The episode titles in this Kamen Rider Series are consisted of three objects/events that appear/happen in the episode itself, with the middle one usually a non-sequitur.

  1. Medals, Underwear, and the Mysterious Arm (メダルとパンツと謎の腕 Medaru to Pantsu to Nazo no Ude?)
  2. Desire, Ice Pops, and Presents (欲望とアイスとプレゼント Yokubō to Aisu to Purezento?)
  3. A Cat, Evolution, and a Glutton (ネコと進化と食いしん坊 Neko to Shinka to Kuishinbō?)
  4. Doubt, a Picture Message, and a Helping Hand (疑いと写メと救いの手 Utagai to Shame to Sukui no Te?)
  5. The Chase, a Nest, and the Celebrity (追いかけっこと巣とセレブ Oikakekko to Su to Serebu?)
  6. Clothes, a Contract, and the Strongest Combo (お洋服と契約と最強コンボ Oyōfuku to Keiyaku to Saikyō Konbo?)
  7. A Lousy Husband, a Trap, and a Jackpot (ダメ亭主と罠と大当たり Dame Teishu to Wana to Ōatari?)
  8. Sabotage, Unselfish, and Taking a Break (サボりと無欲と休憩中 Sabori to Muyoku to Kyūkeichū?)
  9. Soaked, the Past, and the Scorching Combo (ずぶぬれと過去と灼熱コンボ Zubunure to Kako to Shakunetsu Konbo?)
  10. The Fist, an Experiment, and a Super Bike (拳と実験と超バイク Kobushi to Jikken to Chō Baiku?)
  11. The Traveler, a Swallowtail Butterfly, and a Celebrity (旅人とアゲハ蝶と有名人 Tabibito to Agehachō to Yūmeijin?)
  12. The Eel, the World, and the Gravity Combo (ウナギと世界と重力コンボ Unagi to Sekai to Jūryoku Konbo?)
  13. The Siamese Cat, Stress, and the Genius Surgeon (ウナギと世界と重力コンボ Shamu Neko to Sutoresu to Tensai Gekai?)
  14. Pride, Surgery, and the Secret (プライドと手術と秘密 Puraido to Shujutsu to Himitsu?)
  15. The Medal Struggles, the Transporter, and the Vessel (メダル争奪と輸送車と器 Medaru Sōdatsu to Yusōsha to Utsuwa?)
  16. The End, the Greeed, and the New Rider (終末とグリードと新ライダー Shūmatsu to Gurīdo to Shin Raidā?)
  17. The Kendo Girl, Oden, and the Separating Yummy (剣道少女とおでんと分離ヤミー Kendō Shōjo to Oden to Bunri Yamī?)
  18. Destruction, the Reason, and the Eel Whip (破壊と理由とウナギムチ Hakai to Riyū to Unagi Muchi?)
  19. The Red Medal, the Detective, and Betrayal (赤いメダルと刑事と裏切り Akai Medaru to Keiji to Uragiri?)
  20. The Decoy, Quantification, and the Flaming Combo (囮(おとり)と資格と炎のコンボ Otori to Shikaku to Honō no Konbo?)
  21. The Grasshopper, Father and Son, and the Ally of Justice (バッタと親子と正義の味方 Batta to Oyako to Seigi no Mikata?)
  22. Chocolate, Faith, and the Power of Justice (チョコと信念と正義の力 Choko to Shinnen to Seigi no Chikara?)
  23. Beauty, an Egg, and the Sleeping Desire (キレイと卵と眠る欲望 Kirei to Tamago to Nemuru Yokubō?)
  24. Memories, Love, and the Marine Combo (思い出と恋と海のコンボ Omoide to Koi to Umi no Konbo?)
  25. The Boxer, the Left Hand, and the Bird Yummy (ボクサーと左手と鳥ヤミー Bokusā to Hidarite to Tori Yamī?)
  26. Ankh, the Ring, and Placing Everything On (アンクとリングと全部のせ Anku to Ringu to Zenbu Nose?)
  27. 1000, the Movie, and the Combatant (1000と映画と戦闘員 Sen to Eiga to Sentōin?)
  28. 1000, the Kamen Riders, and the Birthday (1000と仮面ライダーと誕生日 Sen to Kamen Raidā to Tanjōbi?)
  29. The Big Sister, the Doctor, and the Truth about Ankh (姉と博士(ドクター)とアンクの真実 Ane to Hakase (Dokutā) to Anku no Shinjitsu?)
  30. The King, the Panda, and the Flames of the Memory (王とパンダと炎の記憶 Ō to Panda to Honō no Kioku?)
  31. Gratitude, Scheming, and the Purple Medals (恩返しとたくらみと紫のメダル Ongaeshi to Takurami to Murasaki no Medaru?)
  32. The New Greeed, Emptiness, and the Invincible Combo (新グリードと空白と無敵のコンボ Shin Gurīdo to Kūhaku to Muteki no Konbo?)
  33. Friendship, Chaos, and the Left-Behind Belt (友情と暴走と残されたベルト Yūjō to Bōsō to Nokosareta Beruto?)
  34. The Best Friend, Uses, and Their Relationship (親友と利用とその関係 Shin'yū to Riyō to Sono Kankei?)
  35. Dreams, the Big Brother, and Birth's Secret (夢と兄とバースの秘密 Yume to Ani to Bāsu no Himitsu?)
  36. Broken Dreams, a Body, and the Greeed Resurrection (壊れた夢と身体とグリード復活 Kowareta Yume to Karada to Gurīdo Fukkatsu?)
  37. Sleep, One Hundred Million, and Birth's Transfer (眠りと1億とバース転職 Nemuri to Ichi Oku to Bāsu Tenshoku?)
  38. Circumstances, Farewell, and a Tearful Birth (事情と別れと涙のバース Jijō to Wakare to Namida no Bāsu?)
  39. Nightmare, Surveillance Cameras, and Ankh's Counterattack (悪夢と監視カメラとアンクの逆襲 Akumu to Kanshi Kamera to Anku no Gyakushū?)
  40. Domination, a Birthday Party, and the Disappearance of Ankh (支配と誕生会と消えるアンク Shihai to Tanjōkai to Kieru Anku?)
  41. Siblings, the Rescue, and Eiji Leaves (兄妹と救出と映司去る Kyōdai to Kyūshutsu to Eiji Saru?)
  42. Ice, Greedification, and Broken Wings (氷とグリード化と砕けた翼 Kōri to Gurīdo-ka to Kudaketa Tsubasa?)
  43. A Vulture, Confrontation, and Ankh Returns (ハゲタカと対立とアンクリターンズ Hagetaka to Tairitsu to Anku Ritānzu?)
  44. Everyone is Together, Full Resurrection, and Your Greed (全員集合と完全復活と君の欲 Zen'in Shūgō to Kanzen Fukkatsu to Kimi no Yoku?)
  45. Surprise, Proto-Birth, and the Desire of Love (奇襲とプロトバースと愛の欲望 Kishū to Puroto Bāsu to Ai no Yokubō?)
  46. Eiji Greeed, Double Births, and Ankh's Desire (映司グリードとWバースとアンクの欲望 Eiji Gurīdo to Daburu Bāsu to Anku no Yokubō?)
  47. The Red Cracks, Satisfaction, and Eiji's Vessel (赤いヒビと満足と映司の器 Akai Hibi to Manzoku to Eiji no Utsuwa?)
  48. Finale: The Medals of Tomorrow, Underwear, and Arms Held (明日のメダルとパンツと掴む腕 Ashita no Medaru to Pantsu to Tsukamu Ude?)


  1. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core
  2. OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders
  3. Kamen Rider OOO WONDERFUL: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals
  4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max


  1. Kamen Rider OOO Hyper Battle DVD: Quiz, Dance, and Takagarooba!?
  2. Kamen Rider OOO: Final Episode (director's cut of the last two episodes)


Main article: Kamen Rider OOO (novel)

Kamen Rider OOO (仮面ライダーオーズ Kamen Raidā Ōzu?), written by Nobuhiro Mori, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptations of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders. The novel is split in three parts. The first part, Ankh's part, focuses the origin of the Core Medals, the King, and the Greeeds from Ankh's point of view and reveal secrets inanswered from the series. The second part, Birth's part, takes on the Birth Driver's point of view, deciding between Akira Date and Shintaro Goto to see who is worthy to use it. The final part, Eiji's part, focuses on Eiji's past and reveals how he met Alfreed. The novel was released on November 30, 2012.


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Suit actorsEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Uchusen, Vol. 129
  2. "新ライダーはジュノンボーイ!". July 1, 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-01.  [dead link]
  3. Figure Oh, No. 153
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Kamen Rider OOO / OOO Character Book Count the medals!
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Kamen Rider OOO Character Book Vol.2 "Happy Birthday"
  7. "HERO VISION" Vol. 40
  10. Kamen Rider Fourze Offical Book : FOURZE GRADUATION
  11. 11.0 11.1 OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders "40 Years Chronicle

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