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GoGo Sentai Boukenger
Number 30
Number of episodes: 49
First episode: The Heart of the Demon God
Power Rangers Counterpart: Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
Original airing: February 19, 2006 – February 11, 2007
Production Order

GoGo Sentai Boukenger (轟轟戦隊ボウケンジャー, GōGō Sentai Bōkenjā, translated as Rumbling Squadron Boukenger) is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. The series is produced by Toei, and is the 30th installment in their Super Sentai series. It premiered on February 19, 2006 at 7:30 AM on TV Asahi. Footage from this show was used for the 2007 installment of Power Rangers, Power Rangers Operation Overdrive.


From the first episode:

"In every era, there are explorers that seek unknown worlds. People call them "adventurers". SGS foundation is a non-government organization that gathers lost treasures from around the world. Treasures such as relics from ancient civilizations, the treasures left behind by people, as well as animals near extinction. Among them are treasures that possess powers surpassing current technology called Precious. SGS is a secret team that finds and protects the Precious!"


Powerful relics known as Precious have started to appear throughout the world. However, the various Negative Syndicates wish to take the Precious for themselves and utilize them for evil means. To make sure that the Precious don't fall into the hands of the Negative Syndicates the Search Guard Successor Foundation, or SGS, has developed its own special operations team, the Boukengers, who do battle and collect the dangerous Precious.



Main article: Boukengers

The Boukengers and Daikenjin Zubaan

Color Role Actor
Bouken Red Satoru Akashi Mitsuomi Takahashi
Bouken Black Masumi Inou Yasuka Saitou
Bouken Blue Souta Mogami Masashi Mikami
Bouken Yellow Natsuki Mamiya Chise Nakamura
Bouken Pink Sakura Nishihori Haruka Suenaga
Bouken Silver Eiji Takaoka Masayuki Deai

Extra HeroesEdit

Zubaan Great Sword Man Zubaan

Veteran Sentai TeamEdit

AkaRed AkaRed
HurricaneBlue Nanami Nono
AbareBlack Asuka
DekaBreak Tekkan Aira
MagiYellow Tsubasa Ozu
MagiShine Hikaru (Heavenly Saint Sungel)

SGS MembersEdit


Negative SyndicatesEdit

Negative Syndicate is a term SGS uses to label various groups or individuals who seek Precious for nefarious ends. It is their official moniker for villains.

The Gordom CivilizationEdit

The Jaryuu TribeEdit

Dark ShadowEdit

The AshuEdit

Precious CreaturesEdit

  • Madness Weather (4)
  • Vril/VrilBlue/VrilDaiBouken (8)
  • Glass Slipper/Prince (26)
  • Lemurian Mystical Beast (29)
  • Golem (43)

Other VillainsEdit


Main article: Precious
  • Gordom Precious
    • Heart of Gordom (1, 48-49)
    • Brain of Gordom (2, 48-49)
  • Lemuria Precious
  • Blades of the Three Kingdoms Leadership (3, 47)
  • Madness Weather (4)
  • Imperial Pearl (5, 23)
  • Kubi (6)
  • Scale of the Salamander (7)
  • Picture Album (Manuscript) of Leon Giordana (11)
  • Pipes of Hamelin (12)
  • Potion of Immortality (13)
  • Steel of the Heavenly Mine (14)
  • Aqua Crystal (16)
  • Hundred-Demons Mirror (17)
  • Soldier's Bow (18)
  • Lightning Cannon (20)
  • Uchide's Mallet (21)
  • Solomon's Ring (22)
  • Hatsune Drum (24)
  • Fruit of Wisdom (25)
  • Glass Slipper (26)
  • Feng-Shui Compass Board "Dragon Eye" (27)
  • Legendary Armor (28)
  • Flame of the Ruined Country (31)
  • Ship of Light (32)
  • God's Head (35)
  • Mountain Crushing Kanabo (36)
  • Jewel of Prosperity (37)
  • Rainbow Cloth (38)
  • Prometheus' Stone (39)
  • Mercurius Vessel (40-42)
    • Calcucedus Staff (41)
    • Philosopher's Herb (41)
    • Paracelsus' Mercury (41)
  • MagiLamp (Buster) (Magiranger 19-49, Boukenger vs. Super Sentai)
  • Staff of the Three Philosophers (Boukenger vs. Super Sentai)
  • Golem (43)
  • Demon Bird's Magic Jewel (44)
  • Three Headed Dragon of Darkness (45-46)
  • Pandora's Box (47)
  • The Ru Yi Bang of Sun Wukong (49)


Category:Arsenal (Boukenger)


Category:Mecha (Boukenger)


GoGo Sentai Boukenger Episodes


Guest voice actorsEdit

Suit actorsEdit

Stage ShowsEdit


Sentai 30th Anniversary

This Super Sentai series celebrated the franchise's 30th Anniversary in 2006.

  • This is the first Sentai series to have both a 9-piece fusion in Super DaiBouken and a 10-piece fusion in Ultimate DaiBouken.
  • Satoru's actor, Mitsuomi Takahashi, made an appearance on the 20th Sasuke Tournament. but sadly was eliminated in the first round.
  • Eiji's father, Kando, was played by Hiroshi Watari, better known for being a seasoned veteran of the Metal Hero series, having played the main hero in two of them (Uchuu Keiji SharivanIcon-crosswiki and Jikuu Senshi SpielbanIcon-crosswiki) and BoomerangIcon-crosswiki, a supporting character in Kyojuu Tokusou JuspionIcon-crosswiki.
  • Each of the Boukengers are based on some their Super Sentai predecessors:
  • Boukenger gets its name from the word "bouken", meaning "adventure". Thus "Boukenger" refers to someone who goes on an adventure, which the team does in order to collect Precious.
    • This is confirmed by the later use of "bouken" in the Gokaiger opening, referencing their theme of adventuring to find the greatest treasure in the universe.
  • Due to this being an anniversary series, all the villains and monster designs were based (sometimes very loosely) on mecha from past Sentai.

Official websitesEdit


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