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|sentai = Battle Fever J
 
|sentai = Battle Fever J
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
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|firstepisode = [[Assault!! Run to the Ballpark]]
 
|firstepisode = [[Assault!! Run to the Ballpark]]
 
|lastepisode = [[[4 Week Continuous Special Super Sentai Strongest Battle!!]]
 
|lastepisode = [[[4 Week Continuous Special Super Sentai Strongest Battle!!]]
|numberofepisodes = 52 (Battle Fever J)<br />1 (Specials)
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|numberofepisodes = 52 (Battle Fever J)<br> 1 (Specials)
1 (Turboranger)
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1 (Turboranger)
   
 
5 (movies)
 
5 (movies)
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|fullname = Masao Den
 
|fullname = Masao Den
 
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{{Quote|Battle Japan!|Battle Japan's roll call|Battle Fever J}}
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{{nihongo|'''Masao Den'''|伝正夫|Den Masao}} is {{nihongo|'''Battle Japan'''|バトルジャパン|Batoru Japan}} of [[Battle Fever J (team)|Battle Fever J]]. He is a former National Defense Ministry officer.
{{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} is {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} of [[Battle Fever J (team)|Battle Fever J]]. He is a former National Defense Ministry officer.
 
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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[[File:C4EgDmrVcAAVUeS.jpg|thumb]]
 
[[File:C4EgDmrVcAAVUeS.jpg|thumb]]
 
''to be added''
 
''to be added''
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===Turboranger===
 
===Turboranger===
 
[[File:Battle Fever (Turboranger special).jpg|thumb|Battle Fever come to cheer on the [[Turborangers]].]]
 
[[File:Battle Fever (Turboranger special).jpg|thumb|Battle Fever come to cheer on the [[Turborangers]].]]
Masao and his team joined up with the other nine Sentai to stand behind the newest Sentai, the [[Turborangers]], as they faced off against the [[Hundred Boma Tribes]]. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Masao and his team joined up with the other nine Sentai to stand behind the newest Sentai, the [[Turborangers]], as they faced off against the [[Hundred Boma Tribes]]. {{Storylink|Counting on You! Turboranger}}
   
 
===Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai===
 
===Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai===
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Battle Japan is among the Sentai warriors seen in clips when [[Daimon Tatsumi|Daimon Tatsumi (GoYellow)]] lectured [[Kai Samezu|Kai Samezu (GaoBlue)]] about the past Sentai technical warriors and their fighting spirit.
 
Battle Japan is among the Sentai warriors seen in clips when [[Daimon Tatsumi|Daimon Tatsumi (GoYellow)]] lectured [[Kai Samezu|Kai Samezu (GaoBlue)]] about the past Sentai technical warriors and their fighting spirit.
   
Led by his [[Liveman]] successor [[Red Falcon]], he appeared as one of 24 previous Red Rangers in [[Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai]] together with fellow Red Rangers from his predecessors [[AkaRanger]] and [[Spade Ace]] to his successors from [[DenziRed]] to [[TimeRed]]. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Led by his [[Liveman]] successor [[Red Falcon]], he appeared as one of 24 previous Red Rangers in [[Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai]] together with fellow Red Rangers from his predecessors [[AkaRanger]] and [[Spade Ace]] to his successors from [[DenziRed]] to [[TimeRed]]. {{Storylink|Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai}}
   
 
===Gokaiger===
 
===Gokaiger===
 
====Legend War====
 
====Legend War====
Years later, Den fought alongside not only his own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Empire of [[Zangyack]] when it attacked the [[Earth]] in the [[Great Legend War]]. After fighting against hundreds of [[Gormin]] and their [[Zgormin]] commanders. Kaijou noticed the fleet moving towards them, he gathered all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada. The Battle Japan powers are later utilized by [[Captain Marvelous]] via the [[Ranger Keys]]. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Years later, Den fought alongside not only his own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Empire of [[Zangyack]] when it attacked the [[Earth]] in the [[Great Legend War]]. After fighting against hundreds of [[Gormin]] and their [[Zgormin]] commanders. Kaijou noticed the fleet moving towards them, he gathered all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada. The Battle Japan powers are later utilized by [[Captain Marvelous]] via the [[Ranger Keys]]. {{Storylink|Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear}} {{Storylink|Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle}}
   
 
====Farewell Space Pirates====
 
====Farewell Space Pirates====
After the Gokaigers defeated the second Zangyack invasion, Marvelous returned the Ranger Keys to the 34 Super Sentai, it is assumed Masao and his team have their powers back. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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After the Gokaigers defeated the second Zangyack invasion, Marvelous returned the Ranger Keys to the 34 Super Sentai, it is assumed Masao and his team have their powers back. {{Storylink|Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates}}
   
 
===Super Hero Taisen===
 
===Super Hero Taisen===
 
[[File:Dimensional wall - Sun Vulcan, Battle Fever, JAKQ, Denziman.jpg|thumb|Battle Fever, alongside [[Sun Vulcan (team)|Sun Vulcan]], [[J.A.K.Q. (team)|J.A.K.Q.]], and the [[Denzimen]], emerge through a [[dimensional wall]].]]
 
[[File:Dimensional wall - Sun Vulcan, Battle Fever, JAKQ, Denziman.jpg|thumb|Battle Fever, alongside [[Sun Vulcan (team)|Sun Vulcan]], [[J.A.K.Q. (team)|J.A.K.Q.]], and the [[Denzimen]], emerge through a [[dimensional wall]].]]
Masao, alongside his team, among the majority of the [[Super Sentai 199|Super Sentai]] heroes, was caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident which eventually resulted in the [[:Category:Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] teams and [[Kamen Riders]] joining forces to defeat both [[Dai-Zangyack]] and [[Dai-Shocker]]. During the final battle, he is seen fighting the Dai-Shocker footsoldiers, the chaps and shocker combatman. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Masao, alongside his team, among the majority of the [[Super Sentai 199|Super Sentai]] heroes, was caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident which eventually resulted in the [[:Category:Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] teams and [[Kamen Riders]] joining forces to defeat both [[Dai-Zangyack]] and [[Dai-Shocker]]. During the final battle, he is seen fighting the Dai-Shocker footsoldiers, the chaps and shocker combatman. {{Storylink|Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen}}
   
 
===Zyuohger vs. Ninninger===
 
===Zyuohger vs. Ninninger===
 
[[File:Zyuohger vs Ninninger Battle Japan.jpg|thumb|left|Battle Japan among the 38 Red warriors.]]
 
[[File:Zyuohger vs Ninninger Battle Japan.jpg|thumb|left|Battle Japan among the 38 Red warriors.]]
 
[[File:All_40_Super_Sentais.png|thumb|The first 38 Sentai projected into Wild Tousai Shuriken King.]]
 
[[File:All_40_Super_Sentais.png|thumb|The first 38 Sentai projected into Wild Tousai Shuriken King.]]
Battle Japan appeared as part of a conference of the first 38 [[Sentai Red|Reds]] led by [[Yusuke Amamiya|Red Falcon]], whom addressed the [[Ninningers]] and [[Zyuohgers]] as the greater [[Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] pantheon intervened to save them from defeat at the hands of the titanic [[Gillmarda]]. Empowering the [[Combination Nin Shuriken]] to form [[Wild Tousai Shuriken King]], the first 38 Super Sentai further imbued their successors with the power to perform the Zyuoh Ninnin Super Sentai Burst, destroying Gillmarda with the combined power of all 40 Super Sentai. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Battle Japan appeared as part of a conference of the first 38 [[Sentai Red|Reds]] led by [[Yusuke Amamiya|Red Falcon]], whom addressed the [[Ninningers]] and [[Zyuohgers]] as the greater [[Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] pantheon intervened to save them from defeat at the hands of the titanic [[Gillmarda]]. Empowering the [[Combination Nin Shuriken]] to form [[Wild Tousai Shuriken King]], the first 38 Super Sentai further imbued their successors with the power to perform the Zyuoh Ninnin Super Sentai Burst, destroying Gillmarda with the combined power of all 40 Super Sentai. {{Storylink|Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger vs. Ninninger: Message from the Future from Super Sentai}}
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===Chou Super Hero Taisen===
 
===Chou Super Hero Taisen===
Battle Japan fights as part of the [[Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] [[Red Warrior Team]], engaging {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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Battle Japan fights as part of the [[Sentai Team|Super Sentai]] [[Red Warrior Team]], engaging {{KR|Urataros|Kamen Rider Den-O Rod Form}}. {{Storylink|Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen}}
   
 
[[File:Shot0187.png|thumb|220x220px|Japan Flag]]
 
[[File:Shot0187.png|thumb|220x220px|Japan Flag]]
 
===Super Sentai Strongest Battle===
 
===Super Sentai Strongest Battle===
 
Masao joined the [[Super Sentai Strongest Battle]] as a member of [[Leader Team]]. It’s unknown whether he participated in any of the matches, but his team lost the third round against the [[Martial Artist Team]].
 
Masao joined the [[Super Sentai Strongest Battle]] as a member of [[Leader Team]]. It’s unknown whether he participated in any of the matches, but his team lost the third round against the [[Martial Artist Team]].
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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
   
 
==Stage Show appearances==
 
==Stage Show appearances==
 
===[[Battle Fever J Stage Show at 3 Heroes Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
 
===[[Battle Fever J Stage Show at 3 Heroes Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
In a stage show where the [[Team Battle Fever|Battle Fever J]] are seen fighting [[Secret Society Egos]], {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} and {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.
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In a stage show where the [[Team Battle Fever|Battle Fever J]] are seen fighting [[Secret Society Egos]], {{TK|Spider-Man|Japanese Spider-Man}} and {{UM|Ultraman Joneus}} arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.
   
 
===[[Battle Fever J Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
 
===[[Battle Fever J Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
In a stage show where the [[Team Battle Fever|Battle Fever J]] are seen fighting [[Secret Society Egos]], {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} and [[Wikipedia:Doreamon|Doreamon]] arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.
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In a stage show where the [[Team Battle Fever|Battle Fever J]] are seen fighting [[Secret Society Egos]], {{KR|Shigeru Jo|Kamen Rider Stronger}}, {{KR|Shiro Kazami|Kamen Rider V3}}, {{TK|Spider-Man|Japanese Spider-Man}}, {{UM|Ultraman Joneus}} and [[Wikipedia:Doreamon|Doreamon]] arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.
   
 
===[[Denziman Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
 
===[[Denziman Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi]]===
In a stage show where the [[Denzimen|Denziman]] are seen fighting [[Vader Clan]], Battle Japan, [[Shirou Akebono|Battle Kenya]], {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}, and {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}} arrive to assist the Denziman.
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In a stage show where the [[Denzimen|Denziman]] are seen fighting [[Vader Clan]], Battle Japan, [[Shirou Akebono|Battle Kenya]], {{KR|Kazuya Oki|Kamen Rider Super-1|Kamen Rider Super-1}}, {{KR|Shigeru Jo|Kamen Rider Stronger}}, {{KR|Shiro Kazami|Kamen Rider V3}}, {{TK|Japanese Spider-Man}}, and {{UM|Ultraman Joneus}} arrive to assist the Denziman.
   
 
==Video game appearances==
 
==Video game appearances==
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*'''Profile''':
 
*'''Profile''':
 
:''Masao Den/Battle Japan: A leader who possesses a genius-like intellect. A spear specialist. He fights using a Kung-Fu dance that is made up of karate and kung-fu.''
 
:''Masao Den/Battle Japan: A leader who possesses a genius-like intellect. A spear specialist. He fights using a Kung-Fu dance that is made up of karate and kung-fu.''
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===Super Sentai Battle Base===
 
===Super Sentai Battle Base===
 
Battle Japan is among the vast pantheon of Rangers which are available in the mobile game ''[[Super Sentai Battle Base]]''.
 
Battle Japan is among the vast pantheon of Rangers which are available in the mobile game ''[[Super Sentai Battle Base]]''.
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===Super Sentai Legend Wars===
 
===Super Sentai Legend Wars===
 
[[File:Battle Fever J in Super Sentai Legacy Wars.png|thumb|Battle Fever as seen in ''Super Sentai Legend Wars''.]]
 
[[File:Battle Fever J in Super Sentai Legacy Wars.png|thumb|Battle Fever as seen in ''Super Sentai Legend Wars''.]]
 
Battle Japan appears with his team among all Sentai in the mobile game ''[[Super Sentai Legend Wars]]''.
 
Battle Japan appears with his team among all Sentai in the mobile game ''[[Super Sentai Legend Wars]]''.
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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
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===Design===
 
===Design===
 
Battle Japan wears a white suit with a red stripe that runs along the side around his arms and legs. His gloves and boots are both red in color accentuated with a white scarf. He wears a red belt with a metal buckle and the letter "J" on it, which stands for "Japan". A shield on his chest possesses the "Hinomaru", a red circle which represents the sun on the Japanese flag; this also represents the number "1" in representing the team. His mask is red completely covering most of his face with sculpted hair outside two "eyes" which are similar in form to the masks of Gorenger and Battle Fever. Beneath the red mask is a semi-circle in gray with a sculpted nose and mouth.
 
Battle Japan wears a white suit with a red stripe that runs along the side around his arms and legs. His gloves and boots are both red in color accentuated with a white scarf. He wears a red belt with a metal buckle and the letter "J" on it, which stands for "Japan". A shield on his chest possesses the "Hinomaru", a red circle which represents the sun on the Japanese flag; this also represents the number "1" in representing the team. His mask is red completely covering most of his face with sculpted hair outside two "eyes" which are similar in form to the masks of Gorenger and Battle Fever. Beneath the red mask is a semi-circle in gray with a sculpted nose and mouth.
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==Legend Sentai Devices==
 
==Legend Sentai Devices==
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Ranger Key=
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[[File:Battle Japan Ranger Key.jpg|thumb|250px|The Battle Japan Ranger Key.]]
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The {{nihongo|'''Battle Japan Ranger Key'''|バトルジャパンレンジャーキー|Batoru Japan Renjā Kī}} is Masao Den's personal [[Ranger Key]] and what became of his powers after he along with the rest of the 34 Super Sentai sacrificed their powers to end the [[Great Legend War]].
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This key along with the majority of the Ranger Keys were collected by the [[Red Pirates]] and later used by the [[Gokaigers]]. The Battle Japan Ranger Key was mainly used by [[Captain Marvelous]] (Gokai Red), who used it to [[Gokai Changes|fight as Battle Japan]]. It was also used by [[Gai Ikari]] on one occasion.
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*When the Gokaigers became Battle Fever to use the Penta Force cannon to defeat the [[Combined Combatant]]. {{Storylink|Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship}}
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*When the Gokaigers became Battle Fever to fight against the [[Ugatz]] in [[Gunman World]]. They finally finished off a group of Ugatz with the Penta Force boomerang. {{Storylink|Ep. 35: Dimension on the Other Side}}
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*[[Gai Ikari|Gai]] uses this key alongside all other Red keys after being merged with [[Captain Marvelous]] by [[Insarn]].{{storylink|Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Let's Do This Goldenly! Roughly! 36 Round Gokai Change!!}}
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*When the Gokaigers became Battle Fever in their fight against [[Action Commander]] [[Bibaboo]]. {{Storylink|Ep. 44: A Lovely Christmas Eve}}
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*While fighting against [[Kamen Rider Decade]] who had transformed into [[w:c:kamenrider:Kamen Rider Hibiki (Rider)|Kamen Rider Hibiki]]. {{Storylink|Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen}}
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The Battle Fever keys, along with all the Ranger Keys of the first 33 Super Sentai, were briefly taken by the [[Black Cross King]] and turned into [[Ranger Key Clones|Ranger puppets]] that were fought by the Gokaigers and the [[Goseigers]]. The Battle Fever keys were defeated by [[Ahim de Famille|Gokai Pink]]. {{Storylink|Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle}}
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After Zangyack were finally defeated, the Gokaigers gave the Ranger Keys back to their rightful owners. Masao received his key and became Battle Japan once more. {{Storylink|Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates}}
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Zyudenchi=
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[[File:54.png|thumb|Battle Fever Zyudenchi]]
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The {{nihongo|'''[[Super Sentai]] Zyudenchi'''|スーパー戦隊獣電池|Sūpā Sentai|Super Squadron Beast Batteries}}, alternatively named {{nihongo|'''Legend Sentai Zyudenchi'''|レジェンド戦隊獣電池|Rejendo Sentai Jūdenchi|Legend Squadron Beast Batteries}} in the toyline, are a special line of Zyudenchi that contain the likeness of the [[Sentai Team|Sentai teams]] before ''Kyoryuger'' (represented by the main [[Sentai Red|Reds]]). These Zyudenchi are in the same fashion as the "Legend Rider" lines of {{KR|:Category:Collectible Devices|Collectible Devices}} in the ''[[Kamen Rider Series]]''.
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An Battle Fever [[Zyudenchi]], bearing the likeness of Battle Japan, is a part of the Legend Sentai Zyudenchi toyline which can be used in ''[[Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O]]''.
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Ressha=
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[[File:SG Battle Fever Ressha.jpg|thumb|Battle Fever Ressha]]
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The {{nihongo|'''Legend Sentai Ressha'''|レジェンド戦隊レッシャー|Rejendo Sentai Ressha}} are [[Ressha]] based on the [[mecha]], specifically [[:Category:Red Mecha|those]] belonging to the [[:Category:Sentai Red|Red heroes]], of the [[ToQgers]]' predeceeding [[:Category:Sentai Team|Super Sentai teams]]. They can form a unique combination of [[ToQ-Oh]] reminiscent of past [[:Category:Giant Robo|Sentai Robos]] by switching with [[Red Ressha]]. The [[ToQ Changer]] toy is shown to have sounds for Legend Ressha of all 37 previous Sentai.
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The {{nihongo|'''[[Battle Fever J (team)|Battle Fever]] Ressha'''|バトルフィーバーレッシャー|Batoru Fībā Ressha}} appears as a toyline-exclusive SG Ressha.
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==Red Spirit==
 
==Red Spirit==
 
[[File:30 Red Senshi.PNG|thumb|250px|right|The 30 Red Rangers AkaRed embodied in Boukenger vs. Super Sentai; Battle Japan is the second from the left in the upper middle row.]]
 
[[File:30 Red Senshi.PNG|thumb|250px|right|The 30 Red Rangers AkaRed embodied in Boukenger vs. Super Sentai; Battle Japan is the second from the left in the upper middle row.]]
As the third Red, Battle Japan's Red Warrior Spirit was embodied by [[AkaRed]]. {{ArticleBattlefeverj|ranger}}
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As the third Red, Battle Japan's Red Warrior Spirit was embodied by [[AkaRed]]. {{Storylink|GoGo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai}}
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
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[[File:RyuuRanger and Battle Japan.jpg|thumb|Battle Japan as the first official Red with [[RyuuRanger]], the then current Red, in a [[stage show]] commercial aired during ''[[Dairanger]]''.]]
 
[[File:RyuuRanger and Battle Japan.jpg|thumb|Battle Japan as the first official Red with [[RyuuRanger]], the then current Red, in a [[stage show]] commercial aired during ''[[Dairanger]]''.]]
 
*Until ''[[Kakuranger]]'', Masao was technically the first ''[[Super Sentai]]'' [[Sentai Red|Red]], as the first two Super Sentai series, ''[[Gorenger]]'' and ''[[JAKQ]]'', were not officially part of the Super Sentai series until Toei included them when ''[[Ohranger]]'' was announced. [[Tsuyoshi Kaijou|Akarenger]] of ''Gorenger'' is now the first Red.
 
*Until ''[[Kakuranger]]'', Masao was technically the first ''[[Super Sentai]]'' [[Sentai Red|Red]], as the first two Super Sentai series, ''[[Gorenger]]'' and ''[[JAKQ]]'', were not officially part of the Super Sentai series until Toei included them when ''[[Ohranger]]'' was announced. [[Tsuyoshi Kaijou|Akarenger]] of ''Gorenger'' is now the first Red.
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==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*[[File:Icon-battlefeverj.png|25px]] ''[[Battle Fever J]]''
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**''[[Ep. 1: Assault!! Run to the Ballpark]]''
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**''[[Ep. 2: Egos' Monster-Making Method]]''
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**''[[Ep. 3: Search for the Spy!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 4: It's a Super-Powered Trap!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 5: The Great Robot Dogfight]]'' {{c|theatrically screened as ''[[Battle Fever J: The Movie]]''}}
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**''[[Ep. 6: Launch the Multipurpose Battleship]]''
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**''[[Ep. 7: The House Burns!!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 8: The Riddle of the Strongarm Ace]]''
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**''[[Ep. 9: The Woman from the Land of Ice]]''
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**''[[Ep. 10: I Saw the Naumann Elephant]]''
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**''[[Ep. 11: The Great Case of the Pet Kidnapping]]''
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**''[[Ep. 12: The Cursed Killing Method, Rose Snowstorm]]''
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**''[[Ep. 13: Golden Eggs and Sunny-Side-Up Eggs]]''
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**''[[Ep. 14: Marriage of the Beauty and the Beast]]''
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**''[[Ep. 15: Egos' Hellish Cooking]]''
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**''[[Ep. 16: Unarmed-Combat! The Queen of Darkness]]''
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**''[[Ep. 17: Steal the Monster Machine]]''
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**''[[Ep. 18: Pigeon! Hurry to the Nest of Evil]]''
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**''[[Ep. 19: The World's Strongest Beauty!!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 20: Hazardous Ghost Hunting]]''
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**''[[Ep. 21: Assault the Dinosaur Peninsula!!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 22: The Female Spy Team's Counterattack]]''
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**''[[Ep. 23: Decisive Battle!! All Monsters Appear]]''
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**''[[Ep. 24: Tears! Diane Falls]]''
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**''[[Ep. 25: The Film Studio is a Strange Haunt]]''
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**''[[Ep. 26: The Bandage Man's Masked Report]]''
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**''[[Ep. 27: Be Careful of the First Love Thief]]''
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**''[[Ep. 28: Chase the Mysterious Boat]]''
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**''[[Ep. 29: Did You See Her!? The Kuchisake-Onna]]''
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**''[[Ep. 30: The Villainous, Omnivorous Head Chef]]''
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**''[[Ep. 31: Violent Dash Track Siblings]]''
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**''[[Ep. 32: Hometown Homicide Village]]''
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**''[[Ep. 33: Cossack Dies for Love]]''
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**''[[Ep. 34: The Dark General Who Laughs at Hell]]''
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**''[[Ep. 35: The Great Starvation Panic]]''
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**''[[Ep. 36: The Blown-Up Wedding]]''
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**''[[Ep. 37: Lightning Sword vs. Pinwheel Sword]]''
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**''[[Ep. 38: Bizarre! The Costume Party]]''
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**''[[Ep. 39: The Friend Who Became a Demon]]''
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**''[[Ep. 40: The Beautiful Teacher, in the Nick of Time]]''
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**''[[Ep. 41: A Big Counterattack on the Verge of Explosion]]''
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**''[[Ep. 42: Electric Humans: The Fireworks of Love]]''
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**''[[Ep. 43: Assassin Jackal]]''
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**''[[Ep. 44: The Tsukikage Clan of Hell Valley]]''
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**''[[Ep. 45: Five Minutes Before the Heart Stops!]]''
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**''[[Ep. 46: The Cursed Straw Doll]]''
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**''[[Ep. 47: A Mystery! Strategic Grass-Lot Baseball]]''
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**''[[Ep. 48: The Great Thief and the Robber Boy]]''
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**''[[Ep. 49: The Rebel Army of Class 2-5]]''
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**''[[Ep. 50: The Masked Demon Who Aims for the General]]''
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**''[[Ep. 51: Egos' Revival Ceremony]]''
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**''[[Final Ep.: The Symphony of the Heroes]]''
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*[[File:Icon-turboranger.png|25px]] ''[[Kousoku Sentai Turboranger]]
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**[[Ep. 1: The Great Gathering of 10 Sentai: Counting on You! Turboranger]]''
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*[[File:Icon-prtf.png|25px]] ''[[Mirai Sentai Timeranger]] [[Super Sentai Big Gathering]]'' {{c|archive footage only}}
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*[[File:Icon-prwf.png|25px]] ''[[Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai]]'' {{c|archive footage only}}
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*[[File:Icon-oo.png|25px]] ''[[GoGo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai]]'' {{c|archive footage only}}
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*[[File:Icon-gokaiger.png|25px]] ''[[Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger]]'' {{c|as Battle Japan only}}
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**''[[Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear]]''
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**[[File:Icon-goseiger.png|25px]] ''[[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle]]''
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*[[File:Icon-kr.png|25px]] ''[[Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen]]'' {{c|as Battle Japan only}}
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*[[File:Icon-zyuohger.png|25px]] ''[[Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger]]''
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**''[[Ep. 29: The Monarch of the Monarchs]]'' {{c|transformed archive footage only}}
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**[[File:Icon-ninninger.png|25px]] ''[[Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger vs. Ninninger: Message from the Future from Super Sentai]]'' {{c|as Battle Japan only}}
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*[[File:Icon-kr.png|25px]] ''{{TK|Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen}}'' {{c|as Battle Japan only}}
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*[[w:c:supersentaibattlediceo:Battle Japan|Battle Japan]] at the ''[[w:c:supersentaibattlediceo:Main Page|Dice-O Wiki]]''
   
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"Battle Japan!"
―Battle Japan's roll call[src]

Masao Den (伝正夫 Den Masao) is Battle Japan (バトルジャパン Batoru Japan) of Battle Fever J. He is a former National Defense Ministry officer.

Biography

Battle Fever

He is good at judo and karate. He is armed with a spear. He does a kung fu dance.

Sun Vulcan

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Turboranger

Battle Fever (Turboranger special)

Battle Fever come to cheer on the Turborangers.

Masao and his team joined up with the other nine Sentai to stand behind the newest Sentai, the Turborangers, as they faced off against the Hundred Boma Tribes. Counting on You! Turboranger

Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai

Battle Japan Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai

Battle Japan in Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai.

Battle Japan is among the Sentai warriors seen in clips when Daimon Tatsumi (GoYellow) lectured Kai Samezu (GaoBlue) about the past Sentai technical warriors and their fighting spirit.

Led by his Liveman successor Red Falcon, he appeared as one of 24 previous Red Rangers in Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai together with fellow Red Rangers from his predecessors AkaRanger and Spade Ace to his successors from DenziRed to TimeRed. Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai

Gokaiger

Legend War

Years later, Den fought alongside not only his own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Empire of Zangyack when it attacked the Earth in the Great Legend War. After fighting against hundreds of Gormin and their Zgormin commanders. Kaijou noticed the fleet moving towards them, he gathered all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada. The Battle Japan powers are later utilized by Captain Marvelous via the Ranger Keys. Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle

Farewell Space Pirates

After the Gokaigers defeated the second Zangyack invasion, Marvelous returned the Ranger Keys to the 34 Super Sentai, it is assumed Masao and his team have their powers back. Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates

Super Hero Taisen

Dimensional wall - Sun Vulcan, Battle Fever, JAKQ, Denziman

Battle Fever, alongside Sun Vulcan, J.A.K.Q., and the Denzimen, emerge through a dimensional wall.

Masao, alongside his team, among the majority of the Super Sentai heroes, was caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident which eventually resulted in the Super Sentai teams and Kamen Riders joining forces to defeat both Dai-Zangyack and Dai-Shocker. During the final battle, he is seen fighting the Dai-Shocker footsoldiers, the chaps and shocker combatman. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen

Zyuohger vs. Ninninger

Zyuohger vs Ninninger Battle Japan

Battle Japan among the 38 Red warriors.

All 40 Super Sentais

The first 38 Sentai projected into Wild Tousai Shuriken King.

Battle Japan appeared as part of a conference of the first 38 Reds led by Red Falcon, whom addressed the Ninningers and Zyuohgers as the greater Super Sentai pantheon intervened to save them from defeat at the hands of the titanic Gillmarda. Empowering the Combination Nin Shuriken to form Wild Tousai Shuriken King, the first 38 Super Sentai further imbued their successors with the power to perform the Zyuoh Ninnin Super Sentai Burst, destroying Gillmarda with the combined power of all 40 Super Sentai. Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger vs. Ninninger: Message from the Future from Super Sentai

Chou Super Hero Taisen

Battle Japan fights as part of the Super Sentai Red Warrior Team, engaging Kamen Rider Den-O Rod FormIcon-crosswiki. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen

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Japan Flag

Super Sentai Strongest Battle

Masao joined the Super Sentai Strongest Battle as a member of Leader Team. It’s unknown whether he participated in any of the matches, but his team lost the third round against the Martial Artist Team.

Personality

Stage Show appearances

Battle Fever J Stage Show at 3 Heroes Korakuen Yuenchi

In a stage show where the Battle Fever J are seen fighting Secret Society Egos, Japanese Spider-ManIcon-crosswiki and Ultraman JoneusIcon-crosswiki arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.

Battle Fever J Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi

In a stage show where the Battle Fever J are seen fighting Secret Society Egos, Kamen Rider StrongerIcon-crosswiki, Kamen Rider V3Icon-crosswiki, Japanese Spider-ManIcon-crosswiki, Ultraman JoneusIcon-crosswiki and Doreamon arrive to assist the Battle Fever J.

Denziman Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi

In a stage show where the Denziman are seen fighting Vader Clan, Battle Japan, Battle Kenya, Kamen Rider Super-1Icon-crosswiki, Kamen Rider StrongerIcon-crosswiki, Kamen Rider V3Icon-crosswiki, Japanese Spider-ManIcon-crosswiki, and Ultraman JoneusIcon-crosswiki arrive to assist the Denziman.

Video game appearances

Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O

Battle Japan (Dice-O)

Battle Japan as depicted in Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O.

  • Profile:
Masao Den/Battle Japan: A leader who possesses a genius-like intellect. A spear specialist. He fights using a Kung-Fu dance that is made up of karate and kung-fu.


Super Sentai Battle Base

Battle Japan is among the vast pantheon of Rangers which are available in the mobile game Super Sentai Battle Base.

Super Sentai Legend Wars

Battle Fever J in Super Sentai Legacy Wars

Battle Fever as seen in Super Sentai Legend Wars.

Battle Japan appears with his team among all Sentai in the mobile game Super Sentai Legend Wars.

Personality

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Battle Japan

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Battle Japan Suit

Mecha

Arsenal

Design

Battle Japan wears a white suit with a red stripe that runs along the side around his arms and legs. His gloves and boots are both red in color accentuated with a white scarf. He wears a red belt with a metal buckle and the letter "J" on it, which stands for "Japan". A shield on his chest possesses the "Hinomaru", a red circle which represents the sun on the Japanese flag; this also represents the number "1" in representing the team. His mask is red completely covering most of his face with sculpted hair outside two "eyes" which are similar in form to the masks of Gorenger and Battle Fever. Beneath the red mask is a semi-circle in gray with a sculpted nose and mouth.

Legend Sentai Devices

Battle Japan Ranger Key

The Battle Japan Ranger Key.

The Battle Japan Ranger Key (バトルジャパンレンジャーキー Batoru Japan Renjā Kī) is Masao Den's personal Ranger Key and what became of his powers after he along with the rest of the 34 Super Sentai sacrificed their powers to end the Great Legend War.

This key along with the majority of the Ranger Keys were collected by the Red Pirates and later used by the Gokaigers. The Battle Japan Ranger Key was mainly used by Captain Marvelous (Gokai Red), who used it to fight as Battle Japan. It was also used by Gai Ikari on one occasion.

The Battle Fever keys, along with all the Ranger Keys of the first 33 Super Sentai, were briefly taken by the Black Cross King and turned into Ranger puppets that were fought by the Gokaigers and the Goseigers. The Battle Fever keys were defeated by Gokai Pink. Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle

After Zangyack were finally defeated, the Gokaigers gave the Ranger Keys back to their rightful owners. Masao received his key and became Battle Japan once more. Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates

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Battle Fever Zyudenchi

The Super Sentai Zyudenchi (スーパー戦隊獣電池 Sūpā Sentai, Super Squadron Beast Batteries), alternatively named Legend Sentai Zyudenchi (レジェンド戦隊獣電池 Rejendo Sentai Jūdenchi, Legend Squadron Beast Batteries) in the toyline, are a special line of Zyudenchi that contain the likeness of the Sentai teams before Kyoryuger (represented by the main Reds). These Zyudenchi are in the same fashion as the "Legend Rider" lines of Collectible DevicesIcon-crosswiki in the Kamen Rider Series.

An Battle Fever Zyudenchi, bearing the likeness of Battle Japan, is a part of the Legend Sentai Zyudenchi toyline which can be used in Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O.

SG Battle Fever Ressha

Battle Fever Ressha

The Legend Sentai Ressha (レジェンド戦隊レッシャー Rejendo Sentai Ressha) are Ressha based on the mecha, specifically those belonging to the Red heroes, of the ToQgers' predeceeding Super Sentai teams. They can form a unique combination of ToQ-Oh reminiscent of past Sentai Robos by switching with Red Ressha. The ToQ Changer toy is shown to have sounds for Legend Ressha of all 37 previous Sentai.

The Battle Fever Ressha (バトルフィーバーレッシャー Batoru Fībā Ressha) appears as a toyline-exclusive SG Ressha.

Red Spirit

30 Red Senshi

The 30 Red Rangers AkaRed embodied in Boukenger vs. Super Sentai; Battle Japan is the second from the left in the upper middle row.

As the third Red, Battle Japan's Red Warrior Spirit was embodied by AkaRed. GoGo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai

Behind the scenes

Portrayal

Masao Den is portrayed by Hironori Tanioka. As Battle Japan, his suit actor was Kazuo Nibori.

Notes

Early Battle Fever

An early version of the Battle Fever suits.

  • During early promotions for Battle Fever J, Battle Japan had yellow eyes, rather than the finalized black.
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Battle Japan Zyudenchi

  • Battle Japan represents Battle Fever J for the Battle Fever J Zyudenchi that was released as part of the Legend Sentai Zyudenchi line of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
RyuuRanger and Battle Japan

Battle Japan as the first official Red with RyuuRanger, the then current Red, in a stage show commercial aired during Dairanger.

  • Until Kakuranger, Masao was technically the first Super Sentai Red, as the first two Super Sentai series, Gorenger and JAKQ, were not officially part of the Super Sentai series until Toei included them when Ohranger was announced. Akarenger of Gorenger is now the first Red.


Appearances


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