Kamen Rider Fourze 35

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Episode 35
Kaijin Broadcast
Kamen Rider Fourze episode
Writer Hasegawa Keiichi
Director Watanabe Katsuya
Original air date May 13, 2012 (2012-05-13)
Viewership 6.5%
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Aired with Go-Busters Mission 12

Air date: May 13, 2012 (2012-05-13)

Important things that happened[edit]

  • Capricorn Zodiarts appears.
  • The Cosmic Switch starts malfunctioning.
  • Leo talks about finding a Core Switch. Apparently, even Gamou may not be aware of the existence of this. Speculation: Perhaps related to a crossover with OOO?

TV Asahi site

Toei site


Capricorn Zodiarts[edit]

Kapurikon Zodiatsu カプリコーン・ゾディアーツ
Capricorn Zodiarts.jpg

Switcher: Gotou Toujirou (五藤東次郎)
Played by: Kawamura Ryousuke (川村亮介)
Height: 233cm
Weight: 219kg
  • Gotou sounds sort of like the English word for "Goat". From Libra's Laplace Eye, we know that he starts as the Lyra Zodiarts. Lyra is a lyre, a Greek stringed instrument. In Wales, it's known as King Arthur's Harp. Fitting with the guitar theme of this Zodiarts and the evolution into the musical Capricorn Zodiarts.

TV Asahi site

Guest Stars[edit]


Songs Used[edit]


  • Apparently the Beat Switch can be used to hook up to electric guitars.
  • Yet another version of "Hayabusa-kun" appears. This version is more grungy and rock.
  • Gentarou's radio name on Gene's show is Yuujou Misaki 友情岬 which translates to Cape Friendship.
  • Gentarou mistakes "pan" for the Japanese word for "bread". In actuality, it refers to Pan the Greek god who plays the pan flute and has goatlike features. A Capricorn is a goat with a fish tail.
  • The Japanese idiom "Inu ga arukeba... bou ga ataru" is transformed into "Inu ga arukeba... boy meets girl" in JK's version. The idiom originally meant "If a dog wanders, it eventually gets the stick" meaning if one tries too hard, they'll eventually meet with misfortune. Apparently the saying has taken on a more positive meaning lately, along the lines of "If you try something, sometimes good luck will happen."
  • The band Gene God is probably a reference to Kamen Rider X. They represent the contrast and similarities between X Rider and his enemy, the evil organization GOD. With Kamen Rider Club member JK representing the Rider and Capricorn Zodiarts representing the enemy organization.
    • JK's nickname is Gene. JK's name are the initials for Jin Keisuke / X Rider. Gene in Japanese would be spelled Jiin ジーン, which is just Jin ジン without the dash, so Gene is yet another reference to Jin Keisuke.
    • Gotou's nickname is God. The nickname is a direct reference to X Rider's evil organization. Gotou sounds like Goat (Capricorn) which also sounds like God (Goddo), plus he plays the part of the antagonist in this episode since he's a Horoscopes.


Original Creator: Ishinomori Shoutarou (石ノ森章太郎)
Supervisor: Onodera Akira (小野寺 章)
Writer: Hasegawa Keiichi (長谷川圭一)
Director: Watanabe Katsuya (渡辺勝也)
Music: Naruse Shuhei (鳴瀬シュウヘイ)
Cinematographer: Kurata Kouji (倉田幸治)
Editor: Osada Naoki (長田直樹)
Action Director: Miyazaki Takeshi (宮崎 剛)
(Japan Action Enterprise)
Tokusatsu Director: Butsuda Hiroshi (佛田 洋)
  • TV Asahi (テレビ朝日)
  • Toei (東映)
  • ADK (エーディーケー)


Kamen Rider Fourze 35 Transcript


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