|This article is about a/an series entry (the 18th) in the Super Sentai series.|
Ninja Sentai Kakuranger (忍者戦隊カクレンジャー Ninja Sentai Kakurenjā, translated into English as Ninja Squadron Hidden Ranger) was Toei Company Limited's eighteenth production of the Super Sentai television series.
400 years ago, the ninja and the Youkai had a great war. The legendary Sarutobi Sasuke and other four ninja sealed the Youkai Commander Nurarihyon and all his Youkai energies away in a cave protected by the "Seal Door". In the present, the only surviving Youkai, Kappa, tricks Sarutobi Sasuke and Kirigakure Saizo's descendants, Sasuke and Saizou, into releasing the Youkai by opening the "Seal Door". Now these two, joined by three other descendants of the great ninja, become the Kakurangers to fight the Youkai with the aid of the Three God Generals.
"We'll cut down evil without people knowing!!! Ninja Sentai Kakuranger, Arrives!!!"
- Main article: Kakurangers
- Announcer (1-39)
- Sandayuu Momochi (1-31)
- Hakamenrou (31-53)
- Reika (25)
- Tarou & Jirou (26-53)
- Bun (26-53)
"In the name of Heaven, we will punish you!"
- Punishment Sailor Sisters (35)
- Zashiki-warashi (18)
- Gali (28-29)
- Past Rangers
- Chouriki Sentai Ohranger
- Nurarihyon (1)
- Daimaou (23-53)
- Young Noble Junior/Gasha Skull (14-31)
- Prof. Yugami (12-31)
- Nue (27-29)
- Daidarabotchi (50)
- Yama-uba (50-52)
- Flowery Kunoichi Team (15, 16 & 20-53)
|Blue Sweet Flag||Ayame|
|Pink Cherry Blossom||Sakura|
|Green Water Lotus||Suiren|
Super Sentai WorldEdit
- Emperor Daidas
- Daidas' Generals
- Foot Soldiers
- Main article: Arsenal (Kakuranger)
- Main article: Ninja Sentai Kakuranger Episodes
- Opening: Secret Kakuranger
- Ending: Ninja! Matenrou Kids
- Mecha Theme (Muteki Shogun): Muteki Shogun, Tadaima Sanjou!
- Mecha Theme (Kakure Daishogun): Deta zo! Kakure Daishogun!!
- Kiai Hyappatsu! Kakuranger!
- Into Danger Kakuranger
- Tsuruhime! Tsuyosa wa Me ni mo Utsukushii
- Hissatsu Fighter Crash!!
- Hashire! Nekomaru
- Hoshi yo, Nijimuna!
- Kuro no Kikoushi
- Ninja de Ikou! Deden no Den
- Teruaki Ogawa (小川 輝晃 Ogawa Teruaki): Sasuke
- Satomi Hirose (広瀬 仁美 Hirose Satomi): Tsuruhime
- Hiroshi Tsuchida (土田 大 Tsuchida Hiroshi): Saizou
- Shu Kawai (河合 秀 Kawai Shū): Seikai
- Kane Kosugi (ケイン・コスギ Kein Kosugi): Jiraiya
- Kazuki Yao: Ninjaman (voice)
- Akira Sakamoto: Sandayuu Momochi
- Daisuke Tsuchiya: Tarou
- Keisuke Tsuchiya: Jirou
- Takao Handa: Announcer
- Kenichi Endo: Young Noble Junior / Gashadokuro
- Hidekatsu Shibata: Daimao (voice)
- Tomoyuki Hotta: Muteki Shogun (voice)
- Dai Matsumoto: Kakure Daishogun, Tsubasamaru
- Keiko Hayase: Sakura
- Hiroshi Koizumi: Kappa (1-2)
- Kaoru Shinoda: Kanedama (13), Older Hitotsume Kozou (Movie)
- Takeshi Watabe - Younger Hitotsume Kozou (Movie)
- Ami Kawai: Amikiri (17)
- Reiko Chiba: Reika (25)
- Sho Kosugi: Gali (28-29)
- Tesshō Genda: Nue (Voice; 27-29)
- Ryūzaburō Ōtomo: Noppera-bō (Voice; 39)
- Enjō Sanyūtei (三遊亭 圓丈 San'yūtei Enjō): Kōshakushi
- Seiji Takaiwa: Ninja Red, Ninjaman
- Rie Murakami: Ninja White
- Takeshi Miyazaki: Ninja Blue
- Hirofumi Ishigaki: Ninja Yellow
- Tsutomu Kitagawa: Ninja Black
- Hideaki Kusaka: Muteki Shogun, Ninjaman
- Kakuranger Stage Show at Super Hero Korakuen Yuenchi
- Kakuranger Stage Show at Double Hero Korakuen Yuenchi
- The name Kakuranger is derived from "kakure" (隠れ) which translates as "to hide."
- Super Sentai World has the fourth largest amount of rangers gathered together. The largest amount was in the opening of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger in which almost 182 rangers (the first 34 teams with 15 Sixth Rangers) appeared, the second was the special episode of Turboranger with 53, while the third amount appearing in Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai with 33, with 25 of them being Red Rangers. Ironically, 16 of them appeared in the other 2 specials with the Turboranger special featuring 11 (Battle Japan to Red Turbo) and 5 in Super Sentai World (Five Red to Ninja Red).
- This is the only post-Bioman series where the full name of the team is not announced with the title. Instead, the opening title is contained in the opening lyrics of the theme, where they are only called the "Kakuranger" (more akin to pre-Bioman series Goggle V and Dynaman). This would not be done again until Go-Busters.
- The decision to make Kakuranger a Japanese/ninja themed season was intentional, acting as a counter point for the Chinese themes of the previous series Dairanger.
- Kakuranger is the third longest season after Gorenger and Changeman. This was done intentionally so the next season, an anniversary one, would premiere a month later in March.
- Kakuranger is the only Sentai to stagger the introduction of the main team. Unlike other seasons, which introduce all of the main members of a team in the very first episode even if they don't gain or use powers for the first time (such as Jetman and Go-Onger), only three of the five Kakuranger physically appear in the very first episode, with the fourth appearing in the second and the fifth in the third. Thus the entire team only comes together in the third episode.
- This series was originally called Ninja Sentai GoNinja (Ninja Squadron FiveNinja).
|Gorenger • J.A.K.Q. • Battle Fever J • Denziman • Sun Vulcan • Goggle V • Dynaman • Bioman • Changeman • Flashman • Maskman • Liveman • Turboranger • Fiveman • Jetman • Zyuranger • Dairanger • Kakuranger • Ohranger • Carranger • Megaranger • Gingaman • GoGo-V • Timeranger • Gaoranger • Hurricaneger • Abaranger • Dekaranger • Magiranger • Boukenger • Gekiranger • Go-Onger • Shinkenger • Goseiger • Gokaiger • Go-Busters • Kyoryuger • ToQger• Ninninger • Zyuohger • Kyuranger • Lupinranger VS Patranger • Ryusoulger|
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