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Kamen Rider Decade’s Masahiro Inoue Visits the Kamen Rider Store

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Kamen Rider Decade’s Masahiro Inoue Visits the Kamen Rider Store

Masahiro Inoue recently visited the Kamen Rider Store in Tokyo.


Masahiro Inoue, who portrayed Tsukasa in Kamen Rider Decade, visited the Kamen Rider store in Tokyo as featured in Ginagenen’s upload last week.

Inoue discovers the newest Kamen Rider is Kamen Rider Saber and immediately notices the book motif. He compares Saber’s books to Decade’s cards, saying that if Decade fought with cards then that means Saber fights with books.

He finds the Gashapon machines on the side of the store and notices there’s no Decade gashapon but he does find the Den-O machine and thinks “Nakamura (who portrayed Yuuto in Den-O) must be in here.” He even points out that he often chats with Nakamura by phone or LINE, a messaging app

He stumbles upon the Zero-One corner and notices the variety of goods sold. He wishes that there were more types of goods sold back when Kamen Rider Decade was airing and also said that if toy companies decided to sell Kamen Rider Decade merchandise, he would buy it. He looks at the Kamen Rider Thouser belt and says “I don’t like this one because he’s very Diend-like.”

He starts looking for more Decade merchandise in the store and starts to name the rubber magnets on a shelf and calls Kamen Rider OOO “Tatoba-Chan.” On that same shelf, he thought they skipped Decade (he finds one later)

He sees a Kamen Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Diend Rider Kick’s Figure and puts some distance between the boxes for “social distance purposes.” Then below the Rider Kick’s Figures, he sees a Diend Driver right next to a Den-O Driver on a shelf together. He understands why there’s a Den-O belt but asks why there’s a Diend Driver.

The store clerk tells him that the Diend driver went on sale recently and they were ordered to stock it on shelf. He asks the store clerk “can you tell me if it even sells?” and the clerk responds “when it was released, many kids have been buying them.” He says to himself out loud, “there’s a demand for him…” He then says “my belt should have been on sale too” and when he asks the store clerk if they were asked to shelf it, she said “no.”

At the end of the video, Inoue decides to purchase a rubber magnet and just before leaving, he poses with Kamen Rider Decade on an LED screen.


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