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Episode 9: This Is My Youthful Path of Karuta (わが青春のかるた道 Waga Seishun no Karuta-dō) is the ninth episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager.

Synopsis

"Sena Hayami!" A voice from afar suddenly calls out to her as she is jogging alongside Juru and Tametomo. It was Sena's own childhood friend, Makino Murasame. It's a touching reunion until she tells her that she is dropping out and then walks away. Sena is unusually affected by this given her appearance and is surprised by what just happened.

Just then, another Jamenshi appears in the midst of the city. Once the Kiramagers arrive on the scene they notice people struggling to try to remove giant cards from their foreheads. Sena is surprised to see the cards, suddenly exclaiming,"Wait! Is this... Makino's curse?" Attached to everyone's foreheads is a Hyakunin Isshu poem card ticket, and the name of the Jamenshi is... Hyakunin Isshu Jamen.

The Hyakunin Isshu Tournament of Hell, therefore, involves having people complete the first phrases of poems by using the cards on their foreheads in the correct order. The Kiramagers are counting on Sena to win this challenge because of her previous karuta experience, and her unmatched speed and velocity.

Plot

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Cast

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Notes

  • Viewership: TBA
  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Zero-OneIcon-crosswiki.png episode 34, This is the Path of DeathIcon-crosswiki.png.
  • Pre-Credits Scene: As Mach reads a Karuta Poem, Sena hits it, earning the Mashin's praise and Tametomo's frustration.
  • Sena playing karuta is a nod to the anime Chihayafuru.
  • The opening theme has been updated with the King Express.
  • The title of this episode is a reference to the film Arcadia of My Youth (わが青春のアルカディア Waga Seishun no Arukadia), a 1982 anime film produced by Toei Animation.
  • The jersey Muryou wore resembles the home jersey that players on the Seattle Seahawks jersey wore in 1983 to 2001.

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