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Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
Gender: Male
Series: Kamen Rider Gaim
Motif: Blood Orange
Rider Type: Villain
Homeworld: Earth (World of the Sengoku Period)
First Appearance: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle
Last Appearance: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle
Number of Episode
1 (Movie)
Actor: Rikiya Koyama
Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
"The world is mine!"
―Bujin Gaim[src]

Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim (仮面ライダー武神鎧武 Kamen Raidā Bujin Gaimu?) is the main antagonist of the Kamen Rider Gaim: Sengoku Battle Royal and Sengoku Movie Battle portions of the film Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle, who is considered the strongest Bujin. He is an Armored Rider that bears a resemblance to Kamen Rider Gaim (Orange Arms), albeit with red colored armor on the orange fruit theme, as well as a black mouthpiece as opposed to Gaim's silver one. His motif is a blood orange.

In the movie, he attempts to obtain the "ultimate power" by defeating all fourteen Bujin Riders and also targets Mai Takatsukasa due to her being mistaken as the Priestess of Fate. In the final battle, he assumes Lotus Position before he is ultimately defeated by Armored Rider Gaim Orange Arms and Kamen Rider Wizard Flame Style after being weakened by a Strike End striking a sacrificed Suika Arms into the tree powering Lotus Position.


The Fateful Sengoku Movie BattleEdit

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Bujin Gaim opening a Crack while he targets Gaim, Baron and Ryugen.

Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim was known as the most evil and strongest Bujin and despite cooperating with humans, he works alone with the help of monsters and Nephenthes Inhumanoid to seeks the Heaven Power for himself to rule the era. The Bujin Gaim lures the Armored Riders (albeit he mistakes them as Bujin Riders) from the other worlds to be kidnapped and absorbed to increase the power for the God Tree. He targets Gaim, Baron, Ryugen, and Mai as she was mistaken for the Priestess of Fate.

Bujin Gaim at HON-NOHJI

Bujin Gaim assault Honno-ji

Later, at night, Bujin Gaim and his army assault the Temple of Honno-ji, kill Nobunaga, destroying his clan and defeats Bujin OOO who was absorbed by the Pitcher Plant Monster and he is also confronted by Armored Rider Gaim, who almost defeat him as Gaim and Ryugen forced him to retreat. In the next day, he targets Bujin Double. During their battle, Bujin Double assumes CycloneJokerXtreme and almost gains victory until Takatora Kureshima (as Zangetsu) attacks him to save Bujin Gaim due to being him being mistaken as Armored Rider Gaim. Zangetsu soon realizes Bujin Gaim is allied with the Pitcher Plant Monster in an attempt to consume the Bujin Riders' powers and is not the original Gaim from his world. Bujin Gaim and his monster attempt to capture Zangetsu as well but the Rider easily gets away. He is soon finds the Riders, which is the Wizard Riders from the main timeline that Gaim's Armored Riders belongs to, he sent the Monster to consume Kamen Rider Beast (while as Nitoh) while he didn't notice, which causes Haruto to follow him to get back Nitoh.

He targets the final Bujin Rider, Bujin Fourze when Kouta and Mitsuzane were sent by Ieyasu to search for Kaito. Bujin Gaim defeats Bujin Fourze before locking into combat with Armored Rider Gaim before Kouta used Suika Lockseed (from Ryugen before being absorbed) to assume Suika Arms to temporarily fight Bujin Gaim and the Pitcher Plant Monster and is forced to retreat and take Ieyasu to safety.

After every Bujin Rider were sacrificed to the God Tree, he targets Mai before fighting against Gaim, Baron and Kamen Rider Wizard. As Kamen Rider Wizard handles the Pitcher Plant Monster to rescue Nitoh and Mitsuzane, Bujin Gaim is too powerful for Armored Riders Gaim and Baron to handle until Zangetsu arrives to aid the Armored Riders, telling them to fight the Monster while he fought Bujin Gaim as he's too dangerous for them to handle.

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Bujin Gaim completely change into Lotus Position.

Soon, he fought against four Armored Riders, Wizard and Beast. Despite fighting alone against them, Bujin Gaim still managed to overwhelm the Riders before entering Ieyasu's castle and targeting Mai for the final time before being interfered by Gaim and Wizard in Infinity Style. However, he decides to show his true power by merging himself with the God Tree, assuming Lotus Position and defeating Armored Rider Gaim and Kamen Rider Wizard Infinity Style easily. In the final battle, he battles against Kamen Rider Wizard Infinity Dragon Gold and Armored Rider Gaim Wizard Arms, who gain the upper hand to defeat him. As he couldn't make the effort to defeat them easily, he decides to trap them within the God Tree. But Haruto and Kouta were able to break free with the help of the sacrified Bujin Riders' power, weakening Bujin Gaim as a side effect. Bujin Gaim then meets his demise when he is critically weakened by a combination of WizarDragon's Strike End hitting a sacrificed Suika Arms Odama Mode, followed by Wizard's Strike Wizard and Gaim's Burai Kick, and with his death, much needed rain began falling from the sky to end the drought that Bujin Gaim's plot has made.

Video Game appearancesEdit

Kamen Rider: Battride War IIEdit


Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim in Battride War II.

Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim appears in Kamen Rider: Battride War II, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle being among the Kamen Rider movies revisited in the game.


Like with the other Armored Riders, Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim's forms are called Arms (アームズ Āmuzu?). His Sengoku Driver plays American rock & roll music and emits a guitar riff sound before every transformation, while his personal Lockseeds are styled with a mix of Japanese words and English words.

By pressing the Sengoku Driver's Cutting Blade down on the Lockseed after transforming from one to three times, Bujin Gaim can activate one of three finishing moves based on his current Arms form: Squash (スカッシュ Sukasshu?), Au Lait (オーレ Ōre?), or Sparking (スパーキング Supākingu?). In addition to the Sengoku Driver's finishing moves, Bujin Gaim can perform a Fruits Charge (フルーツチャージ Furūtsu Chāji?) finishing attack by inserting a Lockseed into the Drive Launch of his Musou Saber.



This form is briefly seen during Bujin Gaim's transformation sequence, before the armor attaches. However, this form is completely vulnerable to any incoming attacks when shot at directly in the suit, rather than at the Arms that is descending down on the Rider.

Blood Orange Arms

Blood Orange Arms

"(Guitar riff) Blood Orange Arms: Ja no Michi on Stage!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
  • Height: 203 cm.
  • Weight: 105 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 13.5 t.
  • Kicking power: 18.9 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 22 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6.3 sec.

Blood Orange Arms (ブラッドオレンジアームズ Buraddo Orenji Āmuzu?) is Bujin Gaim's default blood orange-based armored Japanese Samurai form. Accessed through the Blood Orange Lockseed, this form's Arms Weapon is a red version of the Daidaimaru, while the helmet Bujin Gaim wears is the Dai Kabuto (ダイカブト? lit. "Orange Helmet") with the Pulp Eye (パルプアイ Parupu Ai?) visor.

Compared to his good counterpart, Bujin Gaim has more power than any of Gaim's normal Lockseed forms, and is slightly weaker than Kachidoki Arms. As for his agility stats, he can jump as high as Pine Arms Gaim and is slightly faster than him.

This Arms' finisher is the Naginata Musou Slicer (ナギナタ無双スライサー Naginata Musō Suraisā?), which is activated by locking the Blood Orange Lockseed into the Daidaimaru Naginata Mode. Bujin Gaim charges the Daidaimaru end with energy before he slashes the enemy with it. The Blood Orange Charge has two variations for close-quarters combat; a straight slash version for a single target and a 360 degree turn slash version that forms blood orange slices on contact with the target.

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Lotus Position

In the climax (3rd part) of the film, Bujin Gaim merges with a massive tree, eventually emerging from a giant lotus flower, entering a final form known as Lotus Position (蓮華座 Renge-za?).

In this form, he has complete control over the tree the flower is in, allowing him to send roots to attack, explosive petals, and seeds that transform into previously defeated Kaijin. For close up attacks, he can make the flower stem spin him around at high speeds.

This form, however, has a critical weakness: the tree itself. Damaging the tree also harms Bujin Gaim as well.


He has the same arsenal as Kamen Rider Gaim, but with different colors.


  • Sengoku Driver - Transformation device
  • Lockseeds - Gives access to Bujin Gaim's Arms changes, depending on which lock is used


  • Musou Saber - Bujin Gaim's side weapon in every single one of his forms
  • Arms Weapons - Weapons that come with the Arms, besides the Musou Saber:
    • Daidaimaru - Bujin Gaim Blood Orange Arms' personal weapon

Behind the scenesEdit


Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim is voiced by Rikiya Koyama (小山 力也 Koyama Rikiya?), who previously portrayed Joe the Haze in Kamen Rider Black RX.

His suit actor is Kenji Tominaga (富永 研司 Tominaga Kenji?), who is also the suit actor for the Ogre Phantom in the same movie. Kenji Tominaga was previously the suit actor for Kamen Rider Kuuga.[1]


  • Bujin Gaim is the only Bujin Rider that is not physically identical to his counterpart.
    • He is also the only Bujin Rider that doesn't serve a warlord.
  • Bujin Gaim is the second doppelganger rider to be fought in a crossover movie, with the first being Nega Den-O.
  • Bujin Gaim and the Priestess of Fate are somehow related to each other, but their relationship has yet to be explained.
  • Despite Bujin Gaim's guitar riff standby sound, his standard transformation phrases are a mix of Japanese words and English words instead of the pure English "Mr. [Adjective/Noun]" theme.
  • Bujin Gaim is the first Gaim Rider to have a final form that does not involve a Lockseed, followed by the villain from the next Gaim movie, Kamen Rider Mars.
  • Along with Fifteen, Mars and Jam, Bujin Gaim resembles one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse from the bible that is described in the last book of the New Testament of the Bible called the Book of Revelation of Jesus Christ to Saint John the Evangelist at 6:1-8. In this case, Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim represents "Famine" because of his usage of the God Tree was causing a drought to cripple the land of the Sengoku Period. Bujin Gaim also represents "Conquest", one of the original Four Horsemen, due to his plan involving killing the rest of the Bujin Riders and taking over Japan in a plan to rule.

Legend Rider LockseedsEdit


  1. Theatrical pamphlet

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