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Fuuto PI (風都探偵, Fūto Tantei) is a Japanese anime television series adapted from the manga series of the same name, which itself serves as a sequel to the 2009 Tokusatsu-drama Kamen Rider W.[2] Announced as part of the Kamen Rider 50th Anniversary, the series is produced by Studio Kai and premiered in July 2022. [3]



During the press conference for the "Kamen Rider 50th Anniversary Commemorative Project", an animated adaptation of the manga series Futo Tantei, was one of the three new projects slated to be released in the coming years, with Fuuto PI being given an estimated release date of Summer of 2022.

The anime was later discussed by Hideaki Tsukada and Riku Sanjo at the 2021 Annecy Film Festival as well as their motivations behind the manga it is based upon and the TV show it spawned from.[4]

On August 3, 2021, it was revealed through Uchusen Magazine that Studio Kai would be the production studio in charge of the series' animation, with a teaser image released to the public.[5] The issue itself had also included an interview from Seiji Takaiwa, who spoke about his experiences working as a suit actor on W.


On September 5, 2021, the show's official Twitter account released two additional stills while announcing some staff members working on the show.[6][7] On October 16, 2021, additional teaser visuals featuring Philip and Shotaro were released on the official Twitter account, which were originally shown at New York Comic Con.[8][9] On October 18, 2021, Big Comic Spirits released character concept art for both Shotaro and Philip.[10] On November 1, 2021, concept art for Akiko was released.[11] On November 15, 2021, concept art for Ryu was released.[12] On November 29, 2021, concept art for Tokime was released.[13]


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  • Yousuke Kabashima - Director, Kamen Rider Dopant Animator[14]
  • Ayataka Tanemura - Assistant Director
  • Tatsuto Higuchi - Series Composition
  • Riku Sanjo - Series Composition Supervisor
  • Hidekazu Ebina - Character Designer, Chief Animation Director
  • Sei Komatsubara - Chief Animation Director
  • Masahiro Yamane - Kamen Rider Dopant Animator
  • Kouki Shikiji, Kazuhito Tominaga, Kenta Yokoya - Main Animators
  • Hiroyuki Taiga - Mechanical/Prop Design
  • Tomiyuki Aoki, Kenichi Morioka - Art Setting
  • Yukihiro Watanabe - Art Director
  • Sayoko Yokoyama - Color Design
  • Takeshi Shimura, Yuuichi Takezawa - Directors of Photography
  • Jirou Kageyama - 2D Graphics
  • Hiroyuki Kashima - CG Director
  • Atsushi Sakiyama - CG Animation Director
  • Mitsugu Ishii - 3D Modeling
  • Ayumi Takahashi - Editing
  • Jin Aketagawa - Sound Director
  • Kotaro Nakagawa, Shuhei Naruse - Music Composition
  • Mayu Iida - Music Producer
  • Hideaki Tsukada - General Producer
  • Megumi Naitou, Daisuke Furuya - Producers
  • Masashi Masuo - Animation Producer


  • Studio Kai
  • iPS Animation Studio - 3DCG Production
  • unknownCASE - 3DCG Action
  • Jet Studio - 3D Modeling
  • Magic Capsule - Sound Producer
  • Avex - Music Producer



  • The series is expected to premiere in July 2022, during the summer anime season.
  • The series has been licensed in North America by Funimation, and will simulcast the series alongside the original Japanese broadcast.[15] This announcement was before Crunchyroll was acquired by Sony from AT&T, thus putting both services and VRV under its control, so it is unclear at this time how the merger of Funimation and Crunchyroll will affect where it will stream.[16]


  • While several animated media has been produced for the Kamen Rider franchise in the past, Fuuto PI is the first ever to be mainstream and receive the full-length anime treatment while being traditionally based on a previously existing source material, such as a weekly publicized manga series.

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