The Super Sentai Series is the name given to the long-running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Co., Ltd., Toei Agency and Bandai, and aired by TV Asahi. The shows are of the tokusatsu genre, featuring live action characters and colorful special effects, and are aimed mainly at children. The Super Sentai Series is one of the most prominent tokusatsu productions in Japan, alongside the Ultra Series and the Kamen Rider Series, which it currently airs alongside in the Super Hero Time programming block on Sundays. Outside Japan, the Super Sentai Series are best known as the source material for the Power Rangers franchise.
An ordinary high school student is reluctantly recruited to be the fifth member of the Kiramager; the Kirama Stones gain the ability to transform into vehicles known as Mashin.
Juuru learns that he is the leader of the Kiramager; Sena doesn't show up for a battle with the enemy.
The rest of the team admire Shiguru's stoic behavior, but Juuru thinks that he shouldn't act that way all the time.
Mabushiina's uncle arrives with news that the King is not dead, but the Kiramager are not as quick to trust him.
Shovellow schemes a plan to make Tametomo leader of the Kiramager; three Kirama Stones are found on Earth.
Shiguru and Sena get trapped by a camera monster when Sayo loses her memory of everything after five-years-old, forcing Juuru and Tametomo to fight alone.
The other Kiramager all come up with the same idea to train Juuru, leaving him exhausted when a pair of bickering Jamenshi brothers show up.
Juuru passes out in the middle of a battle when he dreams of King Oladdin.
When an old friend of Sena shows up, a Karuta playing Jamenshi has a game for the Kiramager.
Three of the Kiramager become obsessed with a popular idol when Shiguru notices that she bares a striking resemblance to a girl that he knows.
After getting cursed by a man that he beat in a competition, Tametomo finds himself heading into battle over and over against the same monster.