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Episode 25: That Cute Shrine Maiden (可愛いあの巫女 Kawaii ano Miko) is the twenty-fifth episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It marks the fifth episode of the Kanaema Stones story arc featuring the first appearance of Yodonna.
It is said that the Kanaema Stones can grant any wish when all four are gathered. Takamichi, who was searching for the Kanaema Stones in order to free Mabushina of her curse, now changes his intentions to rebuilding Crystallia, and sets out to find the remaining two Stones. Following the notes written within Oraddin's notebook, Takamichi comes upon an old shrine said to contain the legend of a mythical phoenix within. Apparently there are two treasures that lie inside, and this shrine was also a place that Juru used to frequent a lot as a child. Juru was excited to see the maiden of the shrine once again, but the atmosphere suddenly changed around her. "I have come here after sensing a great power from within." The two are confused by her mysterious remarks, just when suddenly Tametomo's gaze becomes sparkling and fixated on the cute maiden of the shrine.
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- Juru Atsuta (熱田 充瑠 Atsuta Jūru): Rio Komiya (小宮 璃央 Komiya Rio)
- Tametomo Imizu (射水 為朝 Imizu Tametomo): Rui Kihara (木原 瑠生 Kihara Rui)
- Sena Hayami (速見 瀬奈 Hayami Sena): Yume Shinjo (新庄 由芽 Shinjō Yume)
- Shiguru Oshikiri (押切 時雨 Oshikiri Shiguru): Atom Mizuishi (水石 亜飛夢 Mizuishi Atomu)
- Sayo Oharu (大治 小夜 Ōharu Sayo): Mio Kudo (工藤 美桜 Kudō Mio)
- Takamichi Crystalia (クリスタリア宝路 Kurisutaria Takamichi): Kohei Shoji (庄司浩平 Shōji Kōhei)
- Muryou Hakataminami (博多南 無鈴 Hakataminami Muryō): Daimaou Kosaka (古坂大魔王 Kosaka Daimaō)
- Princess Mabushina (マブシーナ姫 Mabushīna-hime, Voice): Inori Minase (水瀬 いのり Minase Inori)
- Demonic General of Betrayal Galza (裏切りの鬼将軍ガルザ Uragiri no Oni-Shōgun Garuza, Voice): Yuuichi Nakamura (中村 悠一 Nakamura Yūichi)
- Mask of Darkness Carantula (闇の仮面遣いクランチュラ Yami no Kamen Tsukai Kuranchura, Voice): Yasuhiro Takato (高戸 靖広 Takato Yasuhiro)
- Yodonna (ヨドンナ) : Nashiko Momotsuki (桃月なしこ Momotsuki Nashiko)
- Bomb Jamen (バクダン邪面 Bakudan Jamen, Voice): Subaru Kimura (木村 昴 Kimura Subaru)
- Temple Priest: Kenta Satoi (佐戸井けん太 Satoi Kenta)
- Juru Atsuta (Child): Shigetora Takahashi (高橋成虎 Takahashi Shigetora)
- Kiramai Red: Shigeki Ito (伊藤茂騎 Itō Shigeki)
- Kiramai Yellow: Masato Tsutamune (蔦宗 正人 Tsutamune Masato)
- Kiramai Green: Ryoko Gomi (五味 涼子 Gomi Ryōko)
- Kiramai Blue: Yasuhiro Takeuchi (竹内 康博 Takeuchi Yasuhiro)
- Kiramai Pink: Ayumi Shimozono (下園 愛弓 Shimozono Ayumi)
- Kiramai Silver, Mashin Henkei GigantDriller: Masashi Takada (高田 将司 Takada Masashi)
- Princess Mabushina: Mizuho Nogawa (野川 瑞穂 Nogawa Mizuho)
- Demonic General of Betrayal Galza: Keizo Yabe (矢部 敬三 Yabe Keizō)
- Mask of Darkness Carantula: Naoko Kamio (神尾 直子 Kamio Naoko)
- Bomb Jamen: Hajime Kanzaki (神前 元 Kanzaki Hajime)
- Monstone: Shinsuke Kusano (草野 伸介 Kusano Shinsuke)
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- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Saber episode 4, Chapter 4: I Opened the Book, Therefore.
- Coincidentally, both episodes featured a new recurring villain.
- As part of the Kiramai Music Festival (キラメイ音楽祭 Kiramei Ongaku-sai), "Kiraful Miracle Kiramager" was replaced with "Hiramei-king! Kagayaking!", sung by Rio Komiya, Juru's actor, in the end credits. Kenichi Suzumura also narrated the sequences as Mashin Fire, who was otherwise absent throughout this entire episode.
- The title of the episode is a reference to the film Kawaii Ano Ko (可愛いあの娘 Kawaii Ano Ko, lit. That Cute Girl), a 1965 Japanese movie produced by Toei.
- The logo on Muryou's wore resembles the alternate jersey that players on the San Diego Chargers prior to the relocation to Los Angeles used from 2007 to 2019.
- Yodonna's reveal is similar to how Giganoid 2: Eroica's true alignment was revealed in Abaranger episode 8 (which is coincidentally written by the same writer), as both Yodonna and Giganoid 2: Eroica were credited as their initial heroic alter ego (Shuka and Galaxian Igrec) and weren't revealed to be actually villains until much later.