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Toei Tokusatsu World is a YouTube channel created by Toei Company which allows viewers across the globe to stream tokusatsu programs from Toei's archive library as well as select anime series such as Voltes V. The catalog consists of over 70+ shows dating all the way back to the 1960s up to the present day.

The service was launched on April 6, 2020.

Kamen Rider content uploaded in chronological order

As part of the Kamen Rider 50th Anniversary celebration in 2021, Toei began releasing the Kamen Rider Series on the channel, with the first two episodes of each TV season posted, one episode every Friday and Saturday.

Limited screening

Note: Unlike the ones mentioned above, the following movies were available for streaming as special event showings, and hence were only available for limited period of time.

Production related uploads

  • KAMEN RIDER: memory of heroez trailers
  • "KAMEN RIDER 50th Anniversary Commemoration Project" Press Conference (with English, Korean, and Chinese subtitles)
  • TTWO x Team Kamen Rider : Interview with Takahito Omori, Producer of TOEI COMPANY, LTD. (with English subtitles)

Notes

  • The Kamen Rider ZO and Kamen Rider J movies, and the Kamen Rider 555 episodes uploaded are of standard definition in a letterbox format, as opposed to the high definition version.
  • A few uploads are concurrent with major announcements related to the series the episodes belong to:
    • Agito's first episode was uploaded shortly after the announcement of the CSM Altering belt.
    • The respective first episodes of W and Black were uploaded after the announcement of Fuuto PI and Kamen Rider Black Sun during the week in which the 50th anniversary press conference was held. Additionally, TAMASHII Lab Satansaber's announcement also preceded the upload.
    • Fourze's first two episodes were uploaded in the weeks preceding its 10th anniversary. The upload of Movie War Mega Max also coincided with the event, followed immediately by Team Kamen Rider announcing the DX Nadeshiko Driver toy being available to pre-order in both Japan and in North America.
    • Ex-Aid's first two episodes were uploaded on the day of its 5th anniversary.

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