Saikyou Kamizmode!

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Original Name 最響カミズモード!
Translation Name Saikyou Kamizmode!
(The Strongest Kamizmode!)
Original Work Format Trading card game
Adapted Format Anime

Saikyou Kamizmode! (Japanese: 最響カミズモード!) was an arcade game developed by Bandai. It is part of the Data Carddass series. Its concept is "sumo x taiko x music".[1] It was adapted into an anime series by Bandai Namco Pictures.

The game was discontinued on May 30, 2021.[2]



Saikyo Kamizmode!
Anime main visual
Original Name 最響カミズモード! (Saikyō Kamizumōdo!)
Translation Name Saikyo Kamizmode!
Region Japan
Original run October 9, 2020-April 9, 2021
Episodes 26
Studio Bandai Namco Pictures
Directed by Mitsutoshi Sato
Written by Toshifumi Kawase
Music by onetrap
State Finished

Saikyo Kamizmode! is an anime series created by Bandai Namco Pictures.


In this world, God dwells in anything and everything.
The bond of a fighting god, "Gourikishin", and a human, called "Oyakata", who plays music, the battle that started since ancient times was called "Kamizumo".

One day, Dai Mugen, an elementary school student who loves music, meets Goutetsu, a stone god who fell from the sky.

"Become my Oyakata and fight in Kamizumo with me!"

Goutetsu, who was looking for a partner to call "Oyakata", forcibly approached Dai, in the hopes of winning the Kamizumo Championship.
In front of Dai, who was confused at this happening, a mysterious creature, "Jarikishin" suddenly appears!
"I don't know what this is... but I'll try this 'Kamizumo' thing!"
A "Shindaiko" appears in front of determined Dai, and engulfed in light, he transforms into an "Oyakata"...

Hit it! Knock it! Rumble!!
Aim to be the strongest Gourikishin!

Kamizumo! Hakkeyoi, nokotta![3]



  • Dai Mugen (夢幻 ダイ)

Voiced by: Yuuki Urushiyama

A music-loving elementary school student. Although he was good at playing the drums, he was beaten by Rin in a Junior Musician Contest. This made him quit playing. One day, he was chosen by Goutetsu to be his "oyakata", or master, in the world of Kamizumo.

  • Rin Tanba (丹波 リン) Tambourine

Voiced by: Mayu Miwada

A girl who won at the drum arm of the Junior Musician Contest.

  • Kaisei Kishi (岸 海征)

Voiced by: Airi Ootsu

He was born into a family of "oyakata". He is very well-lectured.

  • Susumu Sonozaki (園崎 ススム)

Voiced by: Yuri Yamaoka

A little boy who is Dai's classmate. He's a fan of the idol, Luna Ayama.

  • Luna Ayama (亜山 ルナ)

Voiced by: Sena Horikoshi

A very popular idol.

  • Raito Towai (永遠井とわいライト) Twilight?

Voiced by: Ayaka Asai

A boy who won the Guitar, Piano and Drum branches of the Next Musician Championship, the youngest in history to do so. He is called a "prodigy of music".

  • Retsu Nagai (名凱ながい れつ)

Voiced by: Genki Muro

A part-time chef at the restaurant "Mou Mou Ken" (もうもうけん). He is also an "oyakata". He was brainwashed by Waldark along with his partner Bullgian.


Gourikishin are fighting gods, and the main focus of the series. They are inside any object, be it from nature or man-made, and are on the side of good.

  • Goutetsu (ゴウテツ)

Voiced by: Yuuki Shin

The god of stones, who has a lion-like appearance. Belongs to Dai.

  • Broadron (ブロードロン)

Voiced by: Keita Tada

The god of drones, he resembles a ninja. Belongs to Dai.

  • Bassha (バッシャ)

Voiced by: Wataru Yokojima

The god of water guns. Belongs to Dai. Looks like an old man in his standard appearance, but turns into a muscular figure when in his Kamizmode.

  • Ryuusho (リュウショー)

Voiced by: Takayuki Nakatsukasa

The god of pens. Belongs to Rin.

  • Hibaana (ヒバァーナ)

Voiced by: Ai Furihata

The goddess of fireworks. Belongs to Rin. Can transform into a human.

  • Wrigglegang (リグルガング)

Voiced by: Keisuke Hamaoka

The god of toys. Belongs to Kaisei. His appearance is similar to that of a B-Daman.

  • Nabekichi (ナベキチ)/Knight of Bayside Kitchen (ナイト オブ ベイサイド キッチン)/Piyo-chan (ピヨちゃん)

Voiced by: Masami Iwasaki

The god of pots. Belongs to Susumu. He resembles a chick, and he says "piyo" at the end of every sentence.

  • Pure Monsoon (ピュアモンスーン)

Voiced by: Yui Ogura

The goddess of stuffed animals. She is actually the stuffed cat that Luna cherished as a child. Later, she became Luna's Gourikishin.

  • Byuuga (ビューガ)

Voiced by: Hideaki Kabumoto

The god of spikes. Belongs to Raito.

  • Kawatarou (カワタロウ)

The god of plates and dishes. He has never competed in any Kamizumo matches, and his dream is to be in one someday, fighting alongside an Oyakata of his own. He resembles a kappa.

  • Tenten (テンテン)

Voiced by: Masami Fujikawa

The god of fans, and the announcer for Kamizumo matches.

  • Seven wise gods (七賢神しちけんじん)

The "official committee" of Kamizumo.

    • Gabishitto (ガビシット): The god of rulers.
    • Bakoruu (バコルゥ): The god of cardboard boxes.
    • Hirgenerla (ヒルゲネルラ): The goddess of cellophane tape.
    • Hikokaazu (ヒコカーズ): The god of scissors.
    • Ingosso (インゴッソ): The god of seaweed.
    • Shutaizer (シュウタイザー): The goddess of compasses.
    • Giridorun (ギリドルン): The god of staplers.


The Jarikishin (ジャリキシン) are evil gods and the rivals of the Gourikishin.

  • Waldark (ワルダーク)

Voiced by: Anri Katsu

The god of chains. He was once a normal Gourikishin called Melomeza (メロメザ) He is changed back to his original form in Episode 26, after being defeated by Dai, Raito, Goutetsu and Byuuga.

  • Zangien (ザンギエン)

Voiced by: Kenji Kitamura

The god of swords.

  • Paraparasso (パラパラッソ)

Voiced by: Fumihiro Okabayashi

The god of parasols, who belongs to Rin. He was brainwashed by Waldark, but later, he is turned back to normal. He resembles a clown.

  • Picotta (ピコッタ)

Voiced by: Shuuka Matsuura

The god of mobile games, who belongs to Kaisei. He was brainwashed by Waldark, but later, he is turned back to normal.

  • Bullgian (ブルギアン)

Voiced by: Akira Koga

The god of tires, who belongs to Retsu. He was brainwashed by Waldark along with Retsu, but later, both are turned back to normal. He resembles a bull.


# Title Airdate Aired on
1 "The Strongest Beat!!!"
Transcription: "Saikyō no Bīto!!!" (響け神音ビート!!!)
October 9, 2020 Tokyo MX
2 "Threat of the Jarikishin"
Transcription: "Jarikishin no Kyōi" (ジャリキシンの脅威)
October 16, 2020 Tokyo MX
3 "Ryuusho's Oyakata"
Transcription: "Ryuushō no Oyakata" (リュウショーの親方)
October 23, 2020 Tokyo MX
4 "The Whereabouts of Strength"
Transcription: "Tsuyosa no Arika" (強さの在処)
October 30, 2020 Tokyo MX
5 "Orthodox Oyakata"
Transcription: "Seitōnaru Oyakata" (正統なる親方)
November 6, 2020 Tokyo MX
6 "The Legendary Gourikishin"
Transcription: "Densetsu no Gourikishin" (伝説のゴウリキシン)
November 13, 2020 Tokyo MX
7 "The Noise-Making Firework Girl"
Transcription: "Osawagase Hanabi Ko" (お騒がせ花火娘)
November 20, 2020 Tokyo MX
8 "Have You Seen Naito?"
Transcription: "Naito wo Mita ka?" (ナイトを見たか?)
November 27, 2020 Tokyo MX
9 "Susumu's Awakening"
Transcription: "Susumu Kaigan" (ススム開眼)
December 4, 2020 Tokyo MX
10 "Hibaana, Again"
Transcription: "Hiba~āna Futatabi" (ヒバァーナ再び)
December 11, 2020 Tokyo MX
11 "His Name is Raito Towai"
Transcription: "Sono na wa Towai Raito" (その名は永遠井ライト)
December 18, 2020 Tokyo MX
12 "Grade Up!!"
Transcription: "Gurēdo Appu!!" (グレードアップ!!)
December 25, 2020 Tokyo MX
13 "Don't Make Mistakes ☆ Don't Apologize ☆ Luna Ayama"
Transcription: "Ayamaru na☆ Ayamaru na☆ Ayama Runa" (誤るな☆謝るな☆亜山ルナ)
January 8, 2021 Tokyo MX
14 "Retsu Nagai's Circumstances"
Transcription: "Nagai Retsu no Jijō" (名凱烈の事情)
January 15, 2021 Tokyo MX
15 "Opening! Kamizumo Tournament"
Transcription: "Kaimaku! Kamizumou Taikai" (開幕!カミズモウ大会)
January 22, 2021 Tokyo MX
16 "A New Power"
Transcription: "Aratanaru Chikara" (新たなる力)
January 29, 2021 Tokyo MX
17 "The Forbidden Pure Monsoon"
Transcription: "Kindan no Pyua Monsūn" (禁断のピュアモンスーン)
February 5, 2021 Tokyo MX
18 "Deathfight! Rin Tanba"
Transcription: "Shitō! Tanba Rin" (死闘!丹波リン)
February 12, 2021 Tokyo MX
19 "The Roar of Bullgian"
Transcription: "Burugian no Hōkō" (ブルギアンの咆哮)
February 19, 2021 Tokyo MX
20 "Wriggling Ambition"
Transcription: "Ugomeku Yashin" (蠢く野心)
February 26, 2021 Tokyo MX
21 "The Dream of Two"
Transcription: "Futari no Yume" (二人の夢)
March 5, 2021 Tokyo MX
22 "A Fate Opening Up"
Transcription: "Kiri Hiraku Unmei" (切り拓く運命)
March 12, 2021 Tokyo MX
23 "The Shape of Justice"
Transcription: "Seigi no Katachi" (正義のカタチ)
March 19, 2021 Tokyo MX
24 "Time of the Decisive Battle"
Transcription: "Kessei no Toki" (決戦の時)
March 26, 2021 Tokyo MX
25 "WINNER!!" April 2, 2021 Tokyo MX
26 "The Never-Ending Beat!!"
Transcription: "Owaranai Bīto!!" 終わらない神音ビート!!
April 9, 2021 Tokyo MX
Series Finale.


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