The Toei Hero World Museum’s Hero World Cafe now offers up new tokusatsu-themed foods for their patrons, featuring Kamen Rider steamed buns shaped as Kamen Rider helmets.
Articles on the Tokusatsu Network are regularly published themed posts, such as “This Week in Tokusatsu Actor Blogs” and “The History of Tokusatsu”
This Week in Toku Actor Blogs continues with highlights from the social media posts of various tokusatsu actors, past and present. If there is a post you would like the Tokusatsu Network staff to include for next week, please send us a message on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or email us using our contact page.
It would be difficult to argue against Japan’s status as a leading powerhouse when it comes to innovative fashion styles. From labels such as Comme des Garcon to Baby, the Stars Shine Bright, Japan’s street styles are as unique and creative as it can get. In creating bright, iconic characters and super heroes for a […]
Ever wish you could watch tokusatsu and still be able to support the market? Today we’re going to show you where you can watch and purchase legally distributed tokusatsu productions with English subtitles.
In This Week in Toku Actor Blogs, The Tokusatsu Network highlights the social media posts of various tokusatsu actors, past and present.
January marks both the birth and death of Shotaro Ishinomori, the man behind arguably the most identifiable tokusatsu to various generations. To honor this him, we’re taking a look at his life and body of work today on January 25th, the man’s birthday.
Every Saturday, a member of the Tokusatsu Network staff will post an article pertaining to anything tokusatsu related. To start things off, here are my opinions on Ultraman Ginga and what I believe went wrong with the show.
The actor, Hiroshi Fujioka, who portrayed the original Kamen Rider, will be reprising his role in Heisei Rider VS Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai.
The upcoming Kikaider movie now has its official title, Kikaider REBOOT, and has now started filming.
If you’re a mild tokusatsu fan, you know of Super Sentai. If you’re a bit more hardcore, you know of Kamen Rider and Metal Heroes and, if you’re really into this stuff, then you know about Toei’s other other tokusatsu franchise: the Fushigi Comedy Series.
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