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Tohki
Tohki
Kamen Rider Tohki
Gender: Male
Series: Kamen Rider Hibiki
Motif: Oni/Polar Bear/Gong
Rider Type: Hero
Homeworld: Earth
First Appearance: Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Senki
Last Appearance: Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Senki
Number of Episode
Appearances:
1 (Movies)
Full list of appearances
Actor: Kenji Matsuda
Tohki
Not to be confused with Kamen Rider Toki.
"The Buddha is calling, it's time for battle!"
―Tohki's battle cry[src]

Kamen Rider Tohki (仮面ライダー凍鬼 Kamen Raidā Tōki, lit. "Masked Rider Freezing Demon") is a Kamen Rider in the Kamen Rider Hibiki movie Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Senki. He is a Buddhist monk who spends his days praying at a local temple until Asumu and his group come upon him. Being the strongest Oni in his time, armed with a club and gong, it is said he is able to defeat various Makamou without assuming Oni form. In addition, is capable to using various incantations and spells through meditation. Tohki bears a resemblance to the present day Kamen Rider Zanki.

History

One day while praying at his temple, Asumu and his friend tries to recruit him. Not believing that the monk is Tohki, Kabuki takes a rock and throws at him, only to be reflected and being thrown back to his head. Tohki anyway agrees and join the Oni.

Arsenal & Attacks

  • Henshin Onsa - Onkaku (変身音叉・音角 Transformation Tuning Fork: Sound Angle): A bronze tuning fork transformation device.
    • Meitō - Onsaken (鳴刀・音叉剣 Echo Sword: Turning Fork Sword): The Onkaku's sword form.
  • Ongekiko (音撃鼓 Sound Attack Drum): A taiko buckle.
  • Ongeki Kanabō - Rettō (音撃金棒・烈凍 Sound Attack Kanabō: Violent Freeze): A gong stick Ongeki weapon that resembles what oni in Japanese mythology would use.
  • Ongeki Ō - Ichigeki Dotō (音撃殴・一撃怒涛 Sound Attack Beat: Attacking Angry Waves): Ongeki Finisher.

Gallery

Notes

  • Tohki is portrayed by Kenji Matsuda, who also portrayed Kamen Rider Zanki in the television series. The series itself pokes fun at this by having Asumu Adachi mistake Tohki for Zanki in an after-credits ad for the movie.

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