|This article is about a/an monster in Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.|
- ""Unforgivable! I cannot forgive you guys!""
- ―Utakasane when he enlarged.[src]
Utakasane (ウタカサネ, Utakasane, 20): Utakasane is an Ayakashi armed with the Otomata Meikyōtō (音叉鳴響刀, Tuning Fork Echo Sword) who steals peoples' souls with his Soul Remove (魂離脱, Tamashii Ridatsu)and break up his body to swarm and ram into his enemies in his Hundred-Parts Separation (百体分離, Hyakutai Bunri) offence/defense combo.
Acquiring a large number of 54 souls, including Kotoha's, Utakasane reveals the souless bodies have a day to live before falling back into the Sanzu River so that he wouldn't be destroyed before his mission is complete. However, Genta planted a Mojikara on Utakasane that not only forces him back to the mortal realm when Ebi Orgami is brought to life, but also to keep him from utilising his Hundred-Parts Separation move. He is destroyed by the Shinkengers with Takeru's Two-Mode Transforming Rekka Daizanto destroying him with a single energised slash.
Utakasane enlarged and the Shinkengers can't form ShinkenOh due to Kotoha's absence. Luckily, Genta calls upon the Evi Origami and battled the Ayakshi. After Genta gained upper hand, Splitface summoned giant Nanshi, but Genta attacked them with energy disks. Then Genta changed his mecha into into DaiKaiOh East Mode and overpowered a handful with it's bare hands. Then Ebi transformed into West Mode and deflected away a volley of Nanshi arrows. More swarmed it from all sides and overpowered him so Takeru, Ryunosuke and Chiaki summoned their mecha, forming DaiTenkuu and destroying the ones covering the mecha. Then Genta transformed his Zord into South Mode and defeated the rest of the Nanshi with it's katanas. . Then Gold Ranger battled Utakasane before crippling him with it's Lobster Sword Daimyo Fillet attack. Utakasane was then killed by the Lobster Claw True Payback. attack. After his death, all of the spirit's he stole were returned.
The effects of his Soul Remove technique are the basis of the Uwan (うわん) of Japanese myth.