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Next Time on Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Episode 25

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Next Time on Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Episode 25

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A shrine maiden joins the group on a search for the Kanaema Stones in the next episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager, “That Cute Shrine Maiden.”

Episode 25: That Cute Shrine Maiden

Screenplay written by Naruhisa Arakawa

Directed by Kyohei Yamaguchi

The ultimate treasure, the Kanaema Stones, are said to be able to grant any wish when you gather all four of them together. Takamichi (Kohei Shoji) decides to collect all four stones again. Mabusheena’s curse has been lifted, but now he has another wish that he wants fulfilled. He has changed his purpose to the “Reconstruction of Crystalia,” and begins searching for the remaining two stones. He visits a location with Tametomo (Rui Kihara) and Juuru (Rio Komiya) based on notes left in a notebook by Oraddin, in a place where the legend of the phoenix was passed down. The third Kanaema Stone seems to be in a shrine where Juuru used to go and paint as a kid. Apparently there are two different treasures resting near here.

Juuru is pleased to see the priest again, but then a beautiful shrine maiden (Nashiko Momotsuki) with a mysterious atmosphere appears, carrying a bow and saying, “I came because I can feel a great power here.” Takamichi and Juuru are irritated by the mysterious remarks, but Tametomo is fascinated by the beautiful shrine maiden, and his eyes shine brilliantly when he looks at her. The maiden wants to follow along in the search for the Kanaema Stone.

Sources: TV Asahi, Toei

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Writer, editor, translator. Kaylyn is known as MarzGurl around the Internet as a video producer and a critic of fiction media, producing content not only for The Tokusatsu Network but also for Screenwave Media.

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