Unofficial Sentai Akibaranger (live-action TV)

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Alternative title:
Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger (Japanese)
非公認戦隊アキバレンジャー (Japanese)
Themes: sentai
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Delivery man and Super Sentai fan Nobuo Akagi, martial artist Mitsuki Aoyagi and cosplayer Yumeria Moegi are recruited by cafe owner Hiroyo Hakase to become the Unofficial Sentai Akibaranger and protect Akihabara from the evil Malseena and the Stema Otsu Corporation, even though this is all nothing but a grand delusion.
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 13
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage:
2012-04-06 to 2012-06-27
2013-04-06 to 2013-06-27
Opening Theme:
"Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger" by Halko Momoi featuring Yukio Yamagata
#2: "Akibaranger Season Two!" (アキバレンジャー シーズン痛! Akibaranger Shīzun Tsū!?) by Haruko Momoi
Ending Theme:
#1: "Ashita wa Akiba ga Kaze ga Fuku" (Akiba's Wind Will Blow Tomorrow) by Masato Wada (eps 1-11,13)
#2: "Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger" by Halko Momoi featuring Yukio Yamagata (ep 12)
Insert song:
"Heroic Lily" by Aoi Ichikawa
"Machine Itashar!" by Halko Momoi featuring Yukio Yamagata
Trivia: We have 11
Comment:
Parody of the Super Sentai Series. Unlike the regular Super Sentai titles, which air on Sunday mornings on TV Asahi, Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger airs on late Friday nights on BS Asahi and is targeted to older audiences.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Music: Kenji Kawai
Original creator: Saburo Hatte
Character Design: Keiichi Satou
Producer:
Akira Ishikawa (Toei Company)
Jun Hikasa
Kouichi Yada (Toei Agency)

Theme Song Composition: Halko Momoi (OP)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Halko Momoi (OP)
Mike Sugiyama (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Halko Momoi (OP)
Maaya Uchida (as Aoi Ichikawa)
Masato Wada (ED)
Yukio Yamagata (OP)
Honoka as Malseena
Karin Ogino as Yuko Yamada/Yumeria Moegi / Akiba Yellow
Kazuki Yao as Takehiro Tsuzuki / Doctor Z
Kyoko Hinami as Mitsuki Aoyagi / Akiba Blue
Maaya Uchida as Hiroyo Hakase
Masato Wada as Nobuo Akagi / Akiba Red
Ryo Horikawa as General Tsu
Shione Sawada as Mitsuki Iwashimizu / AkibaBlue(Season 2)

Hiroaki Hirata as Delu Knight(voice)
Kozue Aikawa as Kozkoz Mita
Maaya Uchida as Aoi Ichikawa / Z-Cune Aoi(voice)
Miiko Morita as Sayaka Honiden
Shinpei Takagi as Takuma Tsuzuki / New Akiba Red(eps 10-11)

Halko Momoi as Herself(ep 9)
Hikaru Midorikawa as Kabukichō Mesugurohyōmonchō(voice; eps 3, 5)
Hironori Miyata as Narrator(eps 11-13)
Ikura as Ikura(eps 6-7)
Issei Futamata as Yoyogi Sujibokehashirigumo(voice; ep 7)
Julia Nagano as Mio Usagi(ep 12)
Kazuo Niibori as Himself(ep 6)
Keiichi Satou as Himself(ep 7)
Kenji Hamada as
Shibuya Kōzorina Higenaga Aburamushi(voice; ep 2)
Shibuya Seitaka Awadachi Aburamushi(voice; ep 1)
Mitsu Murata as Chief Animator(eps 8, 10)
Mitsuko Horie as Yasuko Yokoyama(Season 2; ep 17)
Mitsuomi Takahashi as Bouken Red(voice; ep 3)
Rica Matsumoto as Masako "Miyabi" Yamada(ep 5)
Ryuuji Sainei as
Deka Red(voice; ep 2)
Himself(ep 2)
Taiki Matsuno as Shimokitazawa Hoya(voice; ep 6)
Takaya Kuroda as Monzen-Nakachō Hashibirokō(voice; ep 4)
Tomokazu Seki as
Asakusa Alpaca(voice; ep 9)
Toei Security Guard(ep 8)
Tsukishima Alpaca(voice; ep 8)
Yasuhiro Takato as Producer Tsukada(voice; eps 8-9)
Yoshinobu Kaneko as Himself(ep 3)
Yuki Ueda as Tazuko
Yukio Yamagata as Himself(ep 9)
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: BS Asahi
DVD Distribution: Bandai Visual
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment
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