Kamen Rider Decade

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Kamen Rider Decade
Kamen Rider Decade logo.jpg
Kamen Rider Decade title card
Created by Shotaro Ishinomori
Written by Shō Aikawa
Shōji Yonemura
Yasuko Kobayashi
Kenji Konuta
Toshiki Inoue
Directed by Ryuta Tasaki
Osamu Kaneda
Takao Nagaishi
Takayuki Shibasaki
Hidenori Ishida
Naomi Tamura
Starring Masahiro Inoue
Kimito Totani
Ryouta Murai
Kanna Mori
Renji Ishibashi
Narrated by Eiichiro Suzuki
Theme music composer Shuhei Naruse
Opening theme "Journey Through the Decade" by Gackt
Ending theme "Ride the Wind" by Tsukasa Kadoya
"Treasure Sniper" by Daiki Kaito
Composer(s) Kōtarō Nakagawa
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 31 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Atsushi Kaji
Shinichiro Shirakura
Naomi Takebe
Kenichi Wasano
Running time 24-25 minutes (per episode)
Production company(s) Toei Company
Distributor Toei Company
Broadcast
Original channel TV Asahi
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original run January 25, 2009 (2009-01-25) – August 30, 2009 (2009-08-30)
Chronology
Preceded by Kamen Rider Kiva
Followed by Kamen Rider W
External links
Website

Kamen Rider Decade (仮面ライダーディケイド Kamen Raidā Dikeido?, Masked Rider DCD, Masked Rider Decade) is the title of the first of the 2009 editions of the long-running Kamen Rider Series of tokusatsu dramas. Decade, as its title suggests, is the tenth of the Heisei Rider Series, having begun with Kamen Rider Kuuga in 2000. It began broadcast the week following the finale of Kamen Rider Kiva and is featured in Super Hero Time alongside the 2009 edition of the Super Sentai Series, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger. The series ties in with the arcade game Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride, with Kamen Riders Decade and Diend using cards resembling those used in the game to transform and access various weapons. The catchphrase for the series is "Destroy everything, connect everything." (全てを破壊し、全てを繋げ Subete o hakaishi, subete o tsunage?). The series' English dub aired on October 20, 2012, 5:30 p.m. at Singapore's Okto Channel, Mediacorp.

Casting[edit]

Masahiro Inoue, who has portrayed Keigo Atobe in the Prince of Tennis musicals, has been cast in the lead role for Decade as Tsukasa Kadoya/Kamen Rider Decade. Also involved is Kanna Mori as Natsumi Hikari, and Renji Ishibashi as Natsumi's grandfather Eijiro Hikari.[1] Another member of the cast is Tatsuhito Okuda as the mysterious Narutaki. The World of Kamen Rider Kuuga, as well as most of the other Rider Worlds, sport several characters that have been renamed and cast with different actors. Ryouta Murai has been cast as Yusuke Onodera who is the series' version of Kuuga. Rounding up the cast is Kimito Totani who portrays as the thief Daiki Kaito/Kamen Rider Diend.

Synopsis[edit]

Photography is an overarching motif in Kamen Rider Decade. Tsukasa uses this twin-lens reflex camera produced by Blackbird, Fly, specially made for the series in a color described as "Decade Low Pink".

The story revolves around the nine parallel universes of the previous Heisei Kamen Riders merging into one, something that would destroy all the worlds. To prevent this, Tsukasa Kadoya transforms into Kamen Rider Decade and is told that to save his own world he must travel with Natsumi and her grandfather to the other Kamen Riders' Worlds called A.R. Worlds (Another Rider's World or Alternate Reality World) and defeat the other Kamen Riders. Along the way, confronting the mysterious Narutaki and the thief Daiki Kaito, they are joined by Yusuke Onodera of the World of Kuuga and Kivala of the World of Kiva.[2]

To fit with the printing motif of the series, the main Kamen Riders of the series follow the CMYK color model: Decade is magenta, Diend is cyan, and Kuuga (Rising Ultimate Form) is black and yellow. In the Cho-Den-O Trilogy film Episode Yellow: Treasure de End Pirates, Diend is the primary character, emphasizing the yellow accents on his Diendriver and the enhanced Kamen Ride Diend card.

Rider War[edit]

The Rider War (ライダー大戦 Raidā Taisen?), first revealed in Natsumi Hikari's dream, is a predestined event composed of many Kamen Riders called the Rider Army (ライダー軍 Raidā Gun?), all of whom were seemingly defeated by Kamen Rider Decade. However, Kamen Rider Kuuga survived the initial battle, assuming Ultimate Form to confront Decade once again with the two seemingly destroying each other in the ensuing battle. As Narutaki explains to Natsumi, the dream is a predestined event in which Decade will destroy all the worlds.

Episodes[edit]

Generally, episodes of Decade are titled similarly to the episodes of the series that they reference. Kamen Rider Kuuga's episodes were titled with only two kanji and episodes of Kamen Rider Kiva have a musical reference and musical notation in the title. For the World of Hibiki story arc, the episode title cards are stylized in calligraphy similar to the styles featured in Kamen Rider Hibiki. For the World of Amazon story arc, the episode title had a reference from Kamen Rider Amazon episode 3. An episode arc also features a crossover with Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.[3][4]

In an interview in the March 2009 issue of Kindai Magazine, Masahiro Inoue stated that Decade was slated as having only 30 episodes.[5] A subsequent interview in Otonafami magazine confirmed that only 30 episodes were filmed,[6] with 31 episodes airing total.

# Title Writer Original airdate
1 "Rider War"
"Raidā Taisen" (ライダー大戦) 
Shō Aikawa January 25, 2009
2 "The World of Kuuga"
"Kūga no Sekai" (クウガの世界) 
Shō Aikawa February 1, 2009
3 "Transcendence"
"Chōzetsu" (超絶) 
Shō Aikawa February 8, 2009
4 "Second Movement ♬ Kiva The Prince"
"Dai Ni Gakushō ♬ Kiba no Ōji" (第二楽章♬キバの王子) 
Shō Aikawa February 15, 2009
5 "Qualifications Of The Biting King"
"Kamitsuki Ō no Shikaku" (かみつき王の資格) 
Shō Aikawa February 22, 2009
6 "Battle Trial - Ryuki World"
"Batoru Saiban: Ryūki Wārudo" (バトル裁判・龍騎ワールド) 
Shō Aikawa March 1, 2009
7 "The True Culprit's Super Trick"
"Chō Torikku no Shinhannin" (超トリックの真犯人) 
Shō Aikawa March 8, 2009
8 "Welcome To Blade Cafeteria"
"Bureido Shokudō Irasshaimase" (ブレイド食堂いらっしゃいませ) 
Shōji Yonemura March 15, 2009
9 "Blade Blade"
"Bureido Burēdo" (ブレイドブレード) 
Shōji Yonemura March 22, 2009
10 "Phantom Thief Of Faiz Academy"
"Faizu Gakuen no Kaitō" (ファイズ学園の怪盗) 
Shō Aikawa March 29, 2009
11 "555 Faces, 1 Treasure"
"Faizutsu no Kao, Hitotsu no Takara" (555つの顔、1つの宝) 
Shō Aikawa April 5, 2009
12 "Reunion Project Agito"
"Saikai: Purojekuto Agito" (再会 プロジェクト・アギト) 
Shō Aikawa April 12, 2009
13 "Awaken. The Soul Tornado"
"Kakusei: Tamashii no Torunēdo" (覚醒 魂のトルネード) 
Shō Aikawa April 19, 2009
14 "Cho Den-O Beginning"
"Chō Den'ō Biginingu" (超・電王ビギニング) 
Yasuko Kobayashi April 26, 2009
15 "Here Comes Super Momotaros!"
"Chō Momotarosu, Sanjō!" (超モモタロス、参上!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi May 3, 2009
16 "Warning Kabuto Is Out Of Control"
"Keikoku: Kabuto Bōsōchū" (警告:カブト暴走中) 
Kenji Konuta May 10, 2009
17 "The Path Of Grandmother's Flavor"
"Obaachan Aji no Michi" (おばあちゃん味の道) 
Kenji Konuta May 17, 2009
18 "Missing Hibiki"
"Saboru Hibiki" (サボる響鬼) 
Shōji Yonemura May 24, 2009
19 "Journey's End"
"Owaru Tabi" (終わる旅) 
Shōji Yonemura May 31, 2009
20 "The Dark Riders Of Nega World"
"Nega Sekai no Yami Raidā" (ネガ世界の闇ライダー) 
Toshiki Inoue June 7, 2009
21 "Going Through The Complete Rider Album"
"Aruku Kanzen Raidā Zukan" (歩く完全ライダー図鑑) 
Toshiki Inoue June 14, 2009
22 "Diend Is Wanted"
"Diendo Shimeitehai" (ディエンド指名手配) 
Toshiki Inoue June 28, 2009
23 "End of Diend"
"Endo Obu Diendo" (エンド・オブ・ディエンド) 
Toshiki Inoue July 5, 2009
24 "The Samurai Sentai Appear"
"Kenzan Samurai Sentai" (見参侍戦隊) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 12, 2009
25 "Heretic Rider Go Forth!"
"Gedō Raidā, Mairu!" (外道ライダー、参る!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 19, 2009
26 "RX! Dai-Shocker Invasion"
"Āru Ekkusu! Daishokkā Raishū" (RX!大ショッカー来襲) 
Shōji Yonemura July 26, 2009
27 "Black × Black RX"
"Burakku × Burakku Āru Ekkusu" (BLACK×BLACK RX) 
Shōji Yonemura August 2, 2009
28 "Amazon, Friend"
"Amazon, Tomodachi" (アマゾン、トモダチ) 
Shōji Yonemura August 9, 2009
29 "The Strong Naked Strongman"
"Tsuyokute Hadaka de Tsuyoi Yatsu" (強くてハダカで強い奴) 
Shōji Yonemura August 16, 2009
30 "Rider War - The Prologue"
"Raidā Taisen: Joshō" (ライダー大戦・序章) 
Shōji Yonemura August 23, 2009
Finale "The Destroyer of Worlds"
"Sekai no Hakaisha" (世界の破壊者) 
Shōji Yonemura August 30, 2009

Films[edit]

The Onigashima Warship[edit]

Cho Kamen Rider Den-O & Decade Neo Generations The Movie: The Onigashima Warship (劇場版 超·仮面ライダー電王&ディケイド NEO ジェネレーションズ 鬼ヶ島の戦艦 Gekijōban Chō-Kamen Raidā Den'ō ando Dikeido Neo Jenerēshonzu Onigashima no Senkan?) was released on May 1, 2009. The film takes place between episodes 15 and 16 of Decade and primarily features the cast characters from Kamen Rider Den-O in their new media franchise, the Cho-Den-O Series.

All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker[edit]

The film Kamen Rider Decade The Movie: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker (劇場版 仮面ライダーディケイド オールライダー対大ショッカー Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Dikeido: Ōru Raidā tai Daishokkā?) opened in Japanese theaters on August 8, 2009, double-booked with the Shinkenger film. The film is billed as featuring twenty-six Kamen Riders: the original ten Showa Riders, Black, Black RX, Shin, ZO, J, the previous nine titular Heisei Riders, Decade, and Diend. It also features the first on-screen appearance of the 11th Heisei Kamen Rider: Kamen Rider Double. The film provides light to Tsukasa's past and Decade's relation with the mysterious Dai-Shocker organization, whose membership is composed of the various villains and monsters that previous Kamen Riders battled with. The events of the movie take place between episodes 29 and 30.

Movie War 2010[edit]

As part of the Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010 (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー W(ダブル)&ディケイド MOVIE大戦2010 Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā: Daburu ando Dikeido Mūbī Taisen Nisenjū?)[7] triple feature, Decade's film Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story (仮面ライダーディケイド~完結編~ Kamen Raidā Dikeido ~Kanketsuhen~?) tells the story of what happens following the television series' cliffhanger finale, and was released in Japanese theaters on December 12, 2009 (initially hinted during a post credits trailer after All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker).[8] Double was also featured in the sequence. The October issue of TV-Kun also makes reference to this movie, stating that "All of the mysteries [about Decade] will be answered by the movie coming out in December!!" (すべての謎は、12月公開の映画で明らかに!! Subete no nazo wa, jūnigatsu kōkai no eiga de akiraka ni!!?). Gackt once again performed the film's theme song, "Stay the Ride Alive" to be released January 1, 2010.[9]

Super Hero Taisen[edit]

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, including the protagonists of Kamen Rider Decade and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger along the casts of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider OOO, and Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters.[10][11] Masahiro Inoue and Kimito Totani reprised their roles as Tsukasa Kadoya and Daiki Kaito, along with Tatsuhito Okuda as Narutaki and Doktor G.

Kamen Rider Taisen[edit]

Heisei Rider vs. Shōwa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai (平成ライダー対昭和ライダー 仮面ライダー大戦 feat.スーパー戦隊 Heisei Raidā Tai Shōwa Raidā Kamen Raidā Taisen feat. Sūpā Sentai) made its theater debut on March 29, 2014.[12] Masahiro Inoue, playing Kamen Rider Decade, alongside many other lead actors of other series appear in the film, including Gaku Sano of Kamen Rider Gaim, Renn Kiriyama of Kamen Rider W, Kohei Murakami and Kento Handa of Kamen Rider 555, Shunya Shiraishi from Kamen Rider Wizard, Ryo Hayami of Kamen Rider X,[13] and Hiroshi Fujioka of the original Kamen Rider.[14] The Sentai teams' Ressha Sentai ToQger and Ryo Ryusei as Daigo Kiryu from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger are also in the movie.[15] Shun Sugata playing Kamen Rider ZX from the Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! TV special returns, also performing as Ambassador Darkness. Itsuji Itao of Kamen Rider The First plays Ren Aoi, Kamen Rider Fifteen, a main antagonist of the film.

Kamen Rider G[edit]

In addition to commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Heisei Kamen Rider Series, Kamen Rider Decade was broadcast during the 50th anniversary of TV Asahi broadcasting. In a collaboration with popular band SMAP, TV Asahi and Ishimori Productions put forward a special production for SMAP's SmaSTATION talk show titled Kamen Rider G (仮面ライダーG Kamen Raidā Jī?).[16][17][18] It was premiered on January 31, 2009.

Kamen Rider G featured several actors from previous Kamen Rider programs in cameos. Kohei Murakami of Kamen Rider 555 fame played a medical experiment subject. Mitsuru Karahashi (also from 555) and Kenji Matsuda (from Hibiki and Kiva) portrayed members of the Shade terrorist cell. Kazutoshi Yokoyama and Eitoku, two suit actors commonly used by the Kamen Rider production team portrayed security guards in the TV Asahi building. Voice actor Katsumi Shiono provides vocal effects for the Phylloxera Worm, as he often does for Kamen Rider monsters. Popular TV Asahi announcer Yoko Ooshita also makes an appearance in Kamen Rider G as herself.

The original characters for Kamen Rider G are all wine-themed. The titular character's transformation requires a bottle of wine to be inserted into a transformation belt that acts as a wine opener, and he is armed with a sword that resembles a corkscrew as well as a sommellier knife. His Rider Kick finisher is also wine-based, as it is called the Swirling Rider Kick (スワリング・ライダーキック Suwaringu Raidā Kikku?). The letter "G" in the title is taken to either meaning "Good", referring to the actor Goro Inagaki, or as an onomatopoeia of the sound of wine being poured out of a bottle (gu~ gugu~ (グ〜ググ〜?)).[19] The antagonist of the piece is a Worm called the Phylloxera Worm (フィロキセラワーム Firokisera Wāmu?); the phylloxera fly is a grapevine pest. The Phylloxera Worm would later be used as the antagonist for the Kamen Rider Kabuto episodes of Decade.

Within the small production, a terrorist organization known as Shade (シェード Shēdo?) takes over the TV Asahi studios in Tokyo. The group led by Daidō Oda (Yusuke Kamiji) demands that that the Japanese government release their leader Seizan Tokugawa (Show Aikawa), who was arrested after the group's human experimentations came to light. The Shade cell is assisted by the brainwashed Goro (SMAP's Goro Inagaki), but when he sees that his girlfriend Eri Hinata (Yumiko Shaku) is amongst the hostages, he regains his memories and turns on the Shade terrorists. Oda is forced to reveal himself as the Phylloxera Worm, and reveals that several other Shade members have been converted into Worms. Goro transforms into Kamen Rider G to take on the Worms, defeating them all save for Phylloxera who is much too strong for him. Just then, Kamen Rider Decade and the other Heisei Kamen Riders appear to give Kamen Rider G the confidence he needs to destroy the Phylloxera Worm with his Swirling Rider Kick. As the Phylloxera Worm says in his last breath that the war is not over, Goro reunites with Eri before proclaiming he will protect the world from Shade's evil influence.

Super Adventure DVD[edit]

The Super Adventure DVD (超アドベンチャーDVD Chō Adobenchā Dī Bui Dī?) called Kamen Rider Decade: Protect! The World of Televikun (仮面ライダーディケイド 守れ!<てれびくんの世界> Kamen Raidā Dikeido: Mamore! <Terebikun no Sekai>?) is the Hyper Battle DVD for Decade. Like Kiva's DVD, it is another "Choose Your Own Adventure" style story. The viewer's choices throughout the DVD affect how Decade and Diend's fight against Dai-Shocker's Televi Bae-Kun (てれびバエくん Terebibaekun?) as well as Yusuke Onodera's completion of the Decade Bazooka weapon from a punch out sheet in the back of a Televi-Kun magazine.

World of Stronger[edit]

For Decade's S.I.C Hero Saga side story Masked Rider Decade: World of Stronger (MASKED RIDER DECADE─ストロンガーの世界─ Kamen Raidā Dikeido -Sutorongā no Sekai-?) tells of how Tsukasa and the Hikari Studio crew enter the reality in which Kamen Rider Stronger takes place and meet up with the characters within, such as the original Yuriko Misaki. The first episode was published in Hobby Japan, June 2010.

  1. Delza Army! Staff Officer Steel Appears!! (デルザー軍団!鋼鉄参謀現る!! Deruzā Gundan! Kōtetsu Sanbō Arawareru!!?)
  2. The Rhinoceros Beetle Riders Appear!! (カブト虫ライダー登場!! Kabutomushi Raidā Tōjō!!?)
  3. Arrival! Rider Diend!! (出現!ライダーディエンド!! Shutsugen! Raidā Diendo!!?)
  4. Doctor Kate's Defeat (ドクターケイトの最期 Dokutā Keito no Saigo?)
  5. Kabuto War (カブト大戦 Kabuto Taisen?)
  6. The Chaotic World! (混沌とする世界! Konton Tosuru Sekai!?)
  7. The Kamen Riders vs. Great Leader Rock! (仮面ライダー対岩石大首領! Kamen Raidā Tai Ganseki Daishuryō!?)
  8. Arrival! Kamen Rider Kuuga!! (出現!仮面ライダークウガ!! Shutsugen! Kamen Raidā Kūga!!?)
  9. Stronger Great Reconstruction!! (ストロンガー大改造!! Sutorongā Daikaizō!!?)
  10. Riders Captured! Long Live Delza!! (ライダー捕らわる!デルザー万才!! Raidā Torawaru! Deruzā Banzai!!?)
  11. Tackle, the Final Embrace (タックル、最後の抱擁 Takkuru, Saigo no Hōyō?)
  12. Farewell! The Glorious Kamen Riders! (さようなら!栄光の仮面ライダー! Sayōnara! Eikō no Kamen Raidā?)

Cast[edit]

  • Tsukasa Kadoya (門矢 士 Kadoya Tsukasa?): Masahiro Inoue (井上 正大 Inoue Masahiro?)
  • Daiki Kaito (海東 大樹 Kaitō Daiki?): Kimito Totani (戸谷 公人 Totani Kimito?)
  • Yusuke Onodera (小野寺 ユウスケ Onodera Yūsuke?): Ryouta Murai (村井 良大 Murai Ryōta?)
  • Natsumi Hikari (光 夏海 Hikari Natsumi?): Kanna Mori (森 カンナ Mori Kanna?)
  • Eijiro Hikari (光 栄次郎 Hikari Eijirō?): Renji Ishibashi (石橋 蓮司 Ishibashi Renji?)
  • Narutaki (鳴滝?): Tatsuhito Okuda (奥田 達士 Okuda Tatsuhito?)
  • Kivala (キバーラ Kibāra?, Voice): Miyuki Sawashiro (沢城 みゆき Sawashiro Miyuki?)
  • Guy (ガイ Gai?, 26-31): Kazuhisa Kawahara (川原 和久 Kawahara Kazuhisa?)
  • Decadriver Voice, Diendriver Voice, K-Touch Voice (ディケイドライバー音声、ディエンドライバー音声、ケータッチ音声 Dikeidoraibā Onsei, Diendoraibā Onsei, Kētatchi Onsei?): Mark Okita (マーク・大喜多 Māku Ōkita?)
  • Narration (ナレーション Narēshon?): Eiichiro Suzuki (鈴木 英一郎 Suzuki Eiichirō?)

Guest stars[edit]

  • Wataru Kurenai (紅 渡 Kurenai Wataru?, 1, 31): Koji Seto (瀬戸 康史 Seto Kōji?)
  • Kamen Rider KickHopper (仮面ライダーキックホッパー Kamen Raidā Kikku Hoppā?, 2-3): Hidenori Tokuyama (徳山 秀典 Tokuyama Hidenori?)
  • Kamen Rider PunchHopper (仮面ライダーパンチホッパー Kamen Raidā Panchi Hoppā?, 2-3): Masato Uchiyama (内山 眞人 Uchiyama Masato?)
  • Wataru (ワタル Wataru?, 4-5, 30-31): Arashi Fukasawa (深澤 嵐 Fukasawa Arashi?)
  • Kivat-bat the 3rd (キバットバットⅢ世 Kibattobatto Sansei?, 4-5): Tomokazu Sugita (杉田 智和 Sugita Tomokazu?)
  • Ryo Itoya (糸矢 僚 Itoya Ryō?, 4): Sohto (創斗 Sōto?)
  • Kamen Rider Kaixa (仮面ライダーカイザ Kamen Raidā Kaiza?, 4-5): Kohei Murakami (村上 幸平 Murakami Kōhei?)
  • Shinji Tatsumi (辰巳 シンジ Tatsumi Shinji?, 6-7): Momosuke Mizutani (水谷 百輔 Mizutani Momosuke?)
  • Kazuma Kendate (剣立 カズマ Kendate Kazuma?, 8-9, 30): Hiroki Suzuki (鈴木 拡樹 Suzuki Hiroki?)
  • Takumi Ogami (尾上 タクミ Ogami Takumi?, 10-11): Syunsuke Seino (制野 峻右 Seino Shunsuke?)
  • Shouichi Ashikawa (芦河 ショウイチ Ashikawa Shōichi?, 12-13): So Yamanaka (山中 聡 Yamanaka Sō?)
  • Naomi (ナオミ Naomi?, 14-15): Rina Akiyama (秋山 莉奈 Akiyama Rina?)
  • Kohana (コハナ Kohana?, 14-15): Tamaki Matsumoto (松元 環季 Matsumoto Tamaki?)
  • Owner (オーナー Ōnā?, 14-15): Kenjirō Ishimaru (石丸 謙二郎 Ishimaru Kenjirō?)
  • Momotaros (モモタロス Momotarosu?, 14-15, 18): Toshihiko Seki (関 俊彦 Seki Toshihiko?)
  • Urataros (ウラタロス Uratarosu?, 14-15): Kōji Yusa (遊佐 浩二 Yusa Kōji?)
  • Kintaros (キンタロス Kintarosu?, 14-15): Masaki Terasoma (てらそま まさき Terasoma Masaki?)
  • Ryutaros (リュウタロス Ryūtarosu?, 14-15): Kenichi Suzumura (鈴村 健一 Suzumura Ken'ichi?)
  • Ryotaro Nogami (野上 良太郎 Nogami Ryōtarō?, 15): Takuya Mizoguchi (溝口 琢矢 Mizoguchi Takuya?)
  • Kotaro Nogami (野上 幸太郎 Nogami Kōtarō?, 15): Dori Sakurada (桜田 通 Sakurada Dori?)
  • Sieg (ジーク Jīku?, 15): Shin-ichiro Miki (三木 眞一郎 Miki Shin'ichirō?)
  • Souji, Sou Otogiri (ソウジ、弟切 ソウ Sōji, Otogiri Sō?, 16-17): Daijiro Kawaoka (川岡 大次郎 Kawaoka Daijirō?)
  • Asumu (アスム Asumu?, 18-19, 30-31): Kazuki Koshimizu (小清水 一揮 Koshimizu Kazuki?)
  • Hibiki (ヒビキ Hibiki?, 18-19): David Ito (デビット 伊東 Debitto Itō?)
  • Ibuki (イブキ Ibuki?, 18-19): Jouji Shibue (渋江 譲二 Shibue Jōji?)
  • Todoroki (トドロキ Todoroki?, 18-19): Shingo Kawaguchi (川口 真五 Kawaguchi Shingo?)
  • Zanki (ザンキ Zanki?, 18-19): Kenji Matsuda (松田 賢二 Matsuda Kenji?)
  • Akira (アキラ Akira?, 18-19): Nana Akiyama (秋山 奈々 Akiyama Nana?)
  • Kamen Rider Ouja (仮面ライダー王蛇 Kamen Raidā Ōja?, 19): Takashi Hagino (萩野 崇 Hagino Takashi?)
  • Otoya Kurenai (紅 音也 Kurenai Otoya?, 20-21): Kouhei Takeda (武田 航平 Takeda Kōhei?)[20]
  • Junichi Kaito (海東 純一 Kaitō Jun'ichi?, 22-23): Yuuki Kuroda (黒田 勇樹 Kuroda Yūki?)[21]
  • Haruka Miwa (三輪 春香 Miwa Haruka?, 22-23): Yoko Mitsuya (三津谷 葉子 Mitsuya Yōko?)[21]
  • Shin Magaki (禍木 慎 Magaki Shin?, 22-23): Takao Sugiura (杉浦 太雄 Sugiura Takao?)[21]
  • Takeru Shiba (志葉 丈瑠 Shiba Takeru?, 24-25): Tori Matsuzaka (松坂 桃李 Matsuzaka Tōri?)
  • Ryunosuke Ikenami (池波 流ノ介 Ikenami Ryūnosuke?, 24-25): Hiroki Aiba (相葉 弘樹 Aiba Hiroki?)
  • Mako Shiraishi (白石 茉子 Shiraishi Mako?, 24-25): Rin Takanashi (高梨 臨 Takanashi Rin?)
  • Chiaki Tani (谷 千明 Tani Chiaki?, 24-25): Shogo Suzuki (鈴木 勝吾 Suzuki Shōgo?)
  • Kotoha Hanaori (花織 ことは Hanaori Kotoha?, 24-25): Suzuka Morita (森田 涼花 Morita Suzuka?)
  • Genta Umemori (梅盛 源太 Umemori Genta?, 24-25): Keisuke Sohma (相馬 圭祐 Sōma Keisuke?)
  • Hikoma Kusakabe (日下部 彦馬 Kusakabe Hikoma?, 24-25): Goro Ibuki (伊吹 吾郎 Ibuki Gorō?)
  • Shitari of the Bones (骨のシタリ Hone no Shitari?, 24): Chō (チョー?)
  • Chinomanako (チノマナコ Chinomanako?, 24-25): Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (大友 龍三郎 Ōtomo Ryūzaburō?)
  • Kotaro Minami (南 光太郎 Minami Kōtarō?, 26-27): Tetsuo Kurata (倉田 てつを Kurata Tetsuo?)
  • Amazon (アマゾン?, 28-29): Enrique Sakamoto (坂本 エンリケ Sakamoto Enrike?)
  • Yuki (ユウキ Yūki?, 30): Yuria Haga (芳賀 優里亜 Haga Yuria?)
  • Kazuma Kenzaki (剣崎 一真 Kenzaki Kazuma?, 30-31): Takayuki Tsubaki (椿 隆之 Tsubaki Takayuki?)

Songs[edit]

The cover for the limited edition version of "Journey Through the Decade", featuring Kamen Rider Decade in the foreground and Gackt in the background.
Opening theme
Ending Theme
  • "Ride the Wind"
    Masahiro Inoue had been recording "Ride the Wind" with Shuhei Naruse[24] released on April 22, 2009. Prior to its appearance in the series, Inoue announced the song's on his blog and that he would record it under his character's name.[25]
  • "Treasure Sniper"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Ryo
    • Artist: Kimito Totani as Daiki Kaito
    • Episodes: 23-27, 29-31
    On June 23, 2009, Kimito Totani announced on his personal blog that he was recording a new song for Decade.[26] The Toei blog for Decade announced its title was "Treasure Sniper".[27] Although "Treasure Sniper" did not have a release as a single, it and its instrumental are included on the MASKED RIDER DECADE COMPLETE CD-BOX boxed set. It was later released as the B-side to the single "Climax-Action ~The Den-O History~", the theme song for the Cho-Den-O Trilogy film in which Kamen Rider Diend is the main character.

Avex Group, as part of Decade's soundtrack, is releasing a series of albums featuring the songs of the previous nine Heisei Rider series titled the Masked Rider series Theme song Re-Product CD SONG ATTACK RIDE series. Each album features the original opening theme song, as well as a rearrangement of each by "Kamen Rider's official band" Rider Chips and by "Climax Jump" composer Shuhei Naruse. The first album, released on May 20, 2009, features "Kamen Rider Kuuga!" (仮面ライダークウガ! Kamen Raidā Kūga!?) originally performed by Masayuki Tanaka for Kamen Rider Kuuga, "Break the Chain" originally performed by Tourbillon for Kamen Rider Kiva, and "Alive A life" originally performed by Rica Matsumoto for Kamen Rider Ryuki. The second album, released on June 24, 2009, features "Round ZERO~BLADE BRAVE" originally performed by Nanase Aikawa for Kamen Rider Blade, "Justiφ's" originally performed by Issa of Da Pump for Kamen Rider 555, and "Kamen Rider AGITO" (仮面ライダーAGITO Kamen Raidā AGITO?) originally performed by Shinichi Ishihara for Kamen Rider Agito. The third album was released on July 22, 2009, and features the "Climax Jump" by AAA DEN-O form for Kamen Rider Den-O, "NEXT LEVEL" by YU-KI for Kamen Rider Kabuto, and "Shōnen yo" (少年よ?) by Akira Fuse for Kamen Rider Hibiki.

Gackt performed the theme to the film Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker. The song is titled "The Next Decade", and was released on August 11, 2009.[28]

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