Kamen Rider Agito Special: Arata Naru Henshin

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Episode Special
Kamen Rider Agito Special: A New Transformation
仮面ライダーアギトスペシャル 新たなる変身
Kamen Rider Agito episode

Writer Inoue Toshiki
Director Tasaki Ryuta
Action Director Yamada Kazuyoshi
Miyazaki Takeshi
Original air date October 1, 2001 (2001-10-01)
Viewership 8.1%
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The Kamen Rider Agito TV special episode.

Important things that happened

  • Introduces the G3 Mild.
  • Is the first time Shining Form appears outside the movie. The plot of this story hints that this is the first time Shouichi obtains Shining Form in the chronology, since the G4 Project is supposed to happen months after this special occurs, despite the movie coming out first.

Kamen Riders

Kamen Rider Agito Shining Form


Punch power 15t
Kick power 45t
Sturdiness Defense 10
Jump power 75m in one bound
100m Dash 4s

Kamen Rider G3 Mild

G3 Mild Profile G3 Profile
Main user: Omuro Takahiro (尾室隆弘)
Height 185cm
Weight 125kg
Punch power ~1t
Kick power ~2t
Jump power 5m
100m Dash 13.5s
  • The original G3 System remodeled with an auto-fit function.
  • Made to be easier to use so that anyone can use it.
  • As a paragon of averageness, Omuro was chosen to be the test equipper for the suit.
Height 192cm
Weight 150kg
Punch power ~1t
Kick power ~3t
Solidity 8
Jump power 10m
100m Dash 10s


Scarabaeus fortis (スカラベウス・フォルティス)

  • Voiced by: Souya Shigenori (宗矢樹頼)
  • Type - Beetle Lord
  • Name meaning - Powerful kabuto 強力なカブトムシ
scarabaeus:Kabuto, scarab. カブトムシ,コガネムシの類.
fortis:Strong. 強い,たくましい,永続する,堅固な,強力な,著しい,勇ましい,果敢な,男らしい,英雄的な.
  • Has an Egyptian motif. Scarabs were sacred in Egyptian myth.


  • Kunieda Higashi - Kyomoto Masaki 国枝東 - 京本政樹
  • Kunieda Hiroki - 堀部寛十 国枝広樹 - 堀部寛十
  • Old Woman - 戸川暁子 老婆 - 戸川暁子
  • ? - Asou Mayuko ? - 麻生真友子
  • ? - 井殿雅和
  • ? - Ozeki Seigi ? - 大関正義
  • ? - 大前光範
  • ? - Kubota Musashi ? - 久保田武蔵
  • ? - 小室 努
  • ? - 鈴木 実
  • ? - 世古陽丸
  • ? - 中西台次
  • ? - 真坂友和

-Murano Susumu - Victim at the beginning who was turned to ash. 43 years old.


  • Kouno Kouji - Taguchi Kazumasa 河野浩司 - 田口主将
  • Police Official - Kazi Kentarou 警視庁幹部 - 加地健太郎
  • Police Official - Kanou Ken 警視庁幹部 - 狩野謙
  • Police Official - Noguchi Masahiro 警視庁幹部 - 野口雅弘
  • Cop clinging to Houjou - Tanaka Teruhiko 北條の腰巾着の刑事 - 田中輝彦

Voice Actor

  • Scarabaeus fortis - Souya Shigenori スカラベウス・フォルティス - 宗矢樹頼

List of Guests in Agito

Songs Used


  • This special is the first use of the new Agito opening song on TV. After this special, the TV series switches over to the new song for the opening sequence.
  • The narrator in the special says this is a story about three Kamen Riders. But he doesn't say Kamen Rider in front of G3-X and says "he's a man trying to become a Kamen Rider".
  • It's possible that Omuro was the detective in charge of dealing with Kunieda's son's suicide. He recommends Kunieda to Houjou saying that he knew him from a case.
  • When Ryou saves Shouichi from Houjou, he recognizes Houjou from the Agito Capture Project and punches him in the face. Houjou doesn't recognize Gills in his human form.
  • The special aired after the movie, but chronologically takes place before the movie. Since the G4 Project plans are teased at the end of this special.
    • Chronologically, this special takes place between episode 34 and whenever Shouichi first has Shining Form in the TV series.

Actor Trivia

  • Kyomoto Masaki was Ryuuzaki on Garo, a guest on Kamen Rider Black, as well as Hayate Shin on Ultraman. He also sings the ending songs for the first Garo series.


Original Creator: Ishinomori Shoutarou (石ノ森章太郎)
Supervisor: Onodera Akira (小野寺章)
Writer: Inoue Toshiki (井上敏樹)
Director: Tasaki Ryuta (田崎竜太)
Music: Sahashi Toshihiko (佐橋俊彦)
Cinematographer: Matsumura Fumio (松村文雄)
Editor: Osada Naoki (長田直樹)
Action Director:
  • TV Asahi (テレビ朝日)
  • Toei (東映)
  • ADK (株式会社エーデイーケイ)


Kamen Rider Agito TV Special Transcript

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