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|This article is about a/an location in Kamen Rider Wizard.|
During the final episodes of Wizard, the food truck was destroyed by a rampaging Evolved Gremlin, much to the Manager's sorrow, and sets up a stand to sell his wares once it was all over. It was eventually replaced prior to The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle.
- Main article: Yu Kamimura
The manager of Hungry is an effeminate gay man in drag who always tries to make new original doughnut styles, which draws Haruto Souma to the truck as a loyal customer though he prefers plain sugar doughnuts.
It is revealed in Movie War Ultimatum that his real name is Yu Kamimura, and that the Young Masked Belle Poitrine is his inner self. The Underworld in the movie is apparently his ideal life.
He is portrayed by Kaba-chan (KABA.ちゃん). Of the role, Kaba-chan stated that while he never really watched Kamen Rider as a child, he feels that he will form great memories as a member of the Kamen Rider Wizard cast. This role makes him the first gay cast member and regular character in the history of the Kamen Rider Series.
- Main article: Ryu
The worker, known actually as Ryu, is far more level-headed than his Manager, and has been on many occasions forcing his employer to be quiet. He usually hangs out in the back, and rarely speaks up.
The first time he actually spoke on the show was during the incident with the Gnome Phantom. Ryu is portrayed by Ryo Tayano (田谷野 亮 Tayano Ryō).
Video Game appearances
Kamen Rider Travelers Record
The Donut Shop Hungry and its Manager appears in the video game Kamen Rider Travelers Record.
- ↑ "ＫＡＢＡ．ちゃんが新ライダー援護！シリーズ初の“おネエキャラ”：芸能：スポーツ報知". Hochi.yomiuri.co.jp. 2012-08-24. Archived from the original on 2012-08-24. http://web.archive.org/web/20120824002221/http://hochi.yomiuri.co.jp/entertainment/news/20120824-OHT1T00029.htm. Retrieved 2012-09-02.