|This article is about a Rider in Kamen Rider 555.|
Kouta Takamiya (高宮航太, Takamiya Kouta) was a member of Ryusei School who received the Kaixa Gear from Hanagata. He transformed into Kamen Rider Kaixa and watched the battle between Kamen Rider Faiz and the Snail Orphnoch, but did not intervene. Rina Abe later revealed that he died after cancelling his transformation due to the effects of the Kaixa Driver.
Kamen Rider Kaixa
- ―Transformation announcement[src]
- Punching Power: 3 t.
- Kicking Power: 7 t.
- Maximum Jump Height: 30 m.
- Maximum Running Speed: 100 m. per 6.3 sec.
Once transformation is completed, the Kaixa Armor has several key features in its design to protect protection to the user. Like all gear, the Kaixa armor manifests when the Kaixa Driver generates Photon Blood, a glowing substance generates the soft Sol Foam suit, Sol Metal armor, and Fullmetal Lung chest armor via traveling through the two yellow Photon Streams lines that gives Kaixa greater strength at the cost of speed. The steams end at the Photon Terminals at the gauntlets and Power Anklet greaves, the right Anklet having a Energy Holster that the Kaixa Pointer can be connected it. The helmet is unique due to its Global Feeler antenna to link up to Smart Brain's networks and the X Finder visor that gives Kaixa incredible vision to see in darkness, giving the illusion of a glowing eye, and a limited amount of x-ray vision.
- SB-913B Kaixa Driver - Kaixa's transformation device.
- SB-913C Kaixa Shot - Digital camera-shaped knuckle-duster.
- SB-913X Kaixa Blaygun - A special weapon that is both a pistol, a dagger and a lightsaber.
- SB-913V Side Basshar - Kaixa's motorcycle that can transform in a robot-like Battle Mode.
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