This article is about a/an rider in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

Kenjirou Tsuji (辻健二郎 Tsuji Kenjirō) was a patient who suffered by the game illness he got from using a Kamen Rider Chronicle Gashat.


A new player to Kamen Rider Chronicle, he transformed into a Ride-Player to join a fight with Salty but asked for a tutorial, prompting Poppy Pipopapo to appear and explain the game. Unable to defeat Salty, he turned his attention to Ex-Aid, who Poppy claimed was a rare game character, but was scared off with the other Ride-Players when Ex-Aid took Maximum Gamer Level 99.

He later transformed to fight Salty again with a group of Ride-Players; the Players managed to defeat Ex-Aid and steal his Gashats to summon Gashacon weapons, but Para-DX Puzzle Gamer Level 50 appeared and hit all of them with Perfect Critical Combo, defeating them and giving them all a Game Over. Tsuji and the other Ride-Players essentially died as they digitized and faded. Start the New Game! However, their data was preserved within the Proto Gashats whose virus they had sucuumbed to. The Forbidden Continue!?


A victim of Kamen Rider Chronicle, Kenjirou Tsuji was acknowledged by Dr. Emu Hojo as he spoke at a televised press conference by the Ministry of Health following the demise of mastermind Masamune Dan. Endless Game


KREA-Ride Player


"Enter the Game! Ri-Riding the End!"
―Transformation announcement[src]


  • Height: 198.0 cm.
  • Weight: 96.1 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 5.0 t.
  • Kicking power: 9.0 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 25.0 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 8.0 sec.

Ride-Players are the "Kamen Rider" form used by civilians to play Kamen Rider Chronicle. To transform into a Ride-Player, a person must activate their Kamen Rider Chronicle Gashat, and press its button again to transform. In this form, all Ride-Players are equipped with the Ride Weapon, which can transform between a sword and a gun.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episode 25

Behind the scenes


Kenjirou Tsuji was portrayed by Manahiko Unakami (海上 学彦 Unakami Manahiko). As a Ride-Player, he was portrayed by an unidentified suit actor.


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