Kamen Rider Den-O’s Takeru Satoh and Ryunosuke Kamiki will become independent from their current agencies and form a new agency.
Takeru Satoh and Ryunosuke Kamiki have announced they will separate from their current agency Amuse. Starting in April Satoh and Kamiki will form a new agency together to pursue new challenges in their careers. The new agency will be called “Co-LaVo Co., Ltd,” and following the two is Shindai Chiba, who was a director at Amuse.
Sato and Kamiki said, “with everything we’ve worked on and experienced so far, we will put our stakes into our company, we will continue to be actors of course, but we will also face new challenges, while working to gain strides.”
Satoh and Kamiki’s former agency, Amuse, will continue to support the two and will also invest in Co-LaVo. Yokichi Osato, Chairman of Amuse, will also participate as a consultant of Co-LaVo. Takeru Satoh’s existing merchandise will continue to remain on the Amuse website Asmart. The sale of his new merchandise and its location will be announced at a later date. Co-LaVo’s website is currently scheduled to be released after April 2021 and both Satoh and Kamiki’s SNS and YouTube channels will remain the same.