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Kamen Rider Girls (仮面ライダーGIRLS Kamen Raidā Gāruzu) is an idol group developed by Avex Trax and Ishimori Productions to commemorate the Kamen Rider Series' 40th anniversary in 2011. Each of the group's current members represent one of the protagonists of the Kamen Rider Series. The group made their premiere at an event featuring members of Columbia Music Entertainment's Project.R group, the musical collaboration who provides music for the Super Sentai series. The group's debut single was "Koi no Rider Kick" (恋のライダーキック Koi no Raidā Kikku, "Love's Rider Kick"), which will be accompanied by the song "Heart no Henshin Belt" (♡（ハート）の変身ベルト Hāto no Henshin Beruto, "The Heart's Transformation Belt"). The group's debut songs were played on the DJ HURRY KENN Ride the Groove Internet radio program, the successor to the Wind Wave radio programs from the Kamen Rider W series.
The Kamen Rider Girls, along with Rider Chips, performed the ending themes for Kamen Rider Wizard.
Each of the Kamen Rider Girls wore the transformation belt used by the character they represent until November of 2016. It was announced in January 2016 that they would no longer wear the belts of individual seasons so as to better support all of the Kamen Rider series as a whole.
- Hitomi Isaka (井坂 仁美)
- Birthdate: 27 February 1992
- Birthplace: Kanagawa Prefecture
- Represents: Kamen Rider OOO
- Membership: 2010-present
- Special skill: smile, eating lemons
- Hobby: badminton, swimming
- Chisato Akita (秋田 知里)
- Birthdate: 31 January 1994
- Birthplace: Tokyo
- Represents: Kamen Rider Wizard
- Membership: 2012-present
- Special skill: Piano
- Hobby: Playing games
- Tomomi Jiena Sumi (鷲見 友美ジェナ)
- Birthdate: 5 September 1994
- Birthplace: Kyoto
- Represents: Kamen Rider Gaim
- Membership: 2013-present
- Special skill: English conversation
- Hobby: Watching movies
- Ayako Kuroda (黒田絢子)
- Birthdate: 7 November 1991
- Birthplace: Hyogo
- Represents: Kamen Rider Ghost
- Membership: 2015-present
- Special skill: Dance, choreography, baseball
- Hobby: Fashion, dance
- Yurika Hirokawa (廣川 由里香)
- Birthdate: 22 January 1990
- Birthplace: Hiroshima
- Represents: Kamen Rider Ryuki
- Membership: 2010-2011
- Special skill: singing, can sleep anywhere
- Hobby: nails, bowling
- Kaori Nagura (名倉 かおり)
- Birthdate: 17 December 1990
- Birthplace: Aichi Prefecture
- Represents: Kamen Rider Kiva
- Membership: 2010-2015
- Special skill: computers, composing music
- Hobby: surfing the net
- Erica Yoshizumi (吉住 絵里加)
- Birthdate: 5 February 1992
- Birthplace: Shiga Prefecture
- Represents: Kamen Rider Den-O
- Membership: 2010-2016
- Special skill: speed reading, diet
- Hobby: improving herself
- Nao Yasuda (安田 奈央)
- Birthdate: 26 April 1990
- Birthplace: Okayama Prefecture
- Represents:Kamen Rider Blade
- Membership: 2010-2016
- Special skill: writing characters
- Hobby: kickboxing
- Mitsuki Endo (遠藤 三貴)
- Birthdate: 21 November 1992
- Birthplace: Oita, Oita Prefecture
- Represents: Kamen Rider Fourze
- Membership: 2011-2017
- Special skill: Basketball
- Hobby: Make friends
Appearances in series
- Three members of the group appeared in a crowd during Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals.
- Kamen Rider Girls Nao Yasuda, Erica Yoshizumi, Kaori Nagura, Hitomi Isaka, and Mitsuki Endo appeared as Members of the Light Music Club (軽音部員 Keionbuin) in episode 26 of Kamen Rider Fourze.
- The Kamen Rider Girls appeared as the Youths (若者 Wakamono) Kamen Rider Sorcerer attacked in Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land.
- The Kamen Rider Girls appeared as Beat Riders Team Pop Up in both the Kamen Rider Gaim: Sengoku Battle Royale portion of Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle and in the series' eighteenth episode.
- Hitomi Isaka and Mitsuki Endo appear in Kamen Rider Drive as Nina Kisaragi and Satsuki Yamabuki respectively.
- Chisato Akita appeared on the Kamen Rider Drive drama CD, Kamen Rider Mach's Dream.
- Let's Go Rider Kick 2011 - April 20, 2011
- KAMEN RIDER V3 - August 3, 2011
- "Saite" (咲いて "Blooming") - March 14, 2012
- Last Engage - November 21, 2012
- Mystic Liquid - November 21, 2012
- Just the Beginning - February 27, 2013
- alteration - March 20, 2013
- Go get'em - May 22, 2013
- SSS ~Shock Shocker Shockest~ - July 24, 2013
- Missing piece - September 4, 2013
- E-X-A (Exciting×Attitude) - December 25, 2013
- Mission Complete - March 8, 2014
- exploded - March 19, 2014
- Break the shell - June 25, 2014
- SUPER BEST - April 1, 2015
- UNLIMITED DRIVE - September 9, 2015
- Next stage - January 13, 2016
- Rush N' Crash/Movin'on - August 17, 2016
- Just You & Me - July, 2016
- B.A.T.T.L.E G.A.M.E - March 15, 2017
- invincible - August 23, 2017
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- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "仮面ライダーガールズ「恋のライダーキック」初披露！ ライダー40周年＆戦隊35作記念: OCNアニメ・特撮公式ブログ OCNアニメニュース". 2010-11-29. http://animation.blog.ocn.ne.jp/anime/2010/11/4035_84ad.html. Retrieved 2010-11-29.
- ↑ "擬人化アイドル「仮面ライダーガールズ」登場 特撮音楽ライブで". 2010-11-29. http://animeanime.jp/news/archives/2010/11/post_1417.html. Retrieved 2010-11-29.