Amehoshi is a blowfish-like, biwa playing Majin of the Space Pirates Balban under Sword General Budoh. He's also the main antagonist in episode 16 of 1998 TV series called Seijuu Sentai Gingaman.
He is voiced by Kaoru Shinoda who previously voiced a Jade Mask, an Energy Beast Okelampa, a Reckless Brain, a Palm Tree Bōma, Arigin, Kaniarigin, Totpat, Kanedama, the older brother of the Hitotsume Kozou Brothers, Faucetchuck, Bara Faucet, GG Boon and later voiced Trinoid 0: Saunaginnan.
Amehoshi made his first appearance at the castle as he played his biwa for his leader and let him know that he has finished the preparations for the upcoming battle. After that he left the castle to find the lights of Ginga by summoning a cursed storm cloud that will absorb all life in order to draw it out in this case from the ground.
A while later he was at a building as he cast a spell that will summon the said storm cloud to find the Lights of Ginga. Once the rain has been cast Amehoshi waits inside the building until the Lights of Ginga is out and to past the time he began to play his biwa. However this kind of action has gotten the attention by the Gingaman so once they ran into the building a bunch of Yartots prevent the group from reaching to the top floor so with no other choice the Gingaman has to battle their way if they want to reach the top floor and stopped this cursed rain.
Once they reached to the top floor Amehoshi used his Biwa and opens fire on the Gingaman as they transformed and battles him while Hayate battles Shelinda on ground floor. A while later Ryouma used his Flaming Beast Strike and sent Amehoshi falling towards the ground. Once their he begins to play his biwa causing the ground to shake, but the Gingaman immediately defeated Amehoshi with this finisher called Galactic Beast Blast.
However Amehoshi isn't going down as he drunk some of the Barba Extract to enlarged himself prompting the team to bring out Gingaioh to battle him. After that he was then destroyed by this finisher called Meteor Blast.
Space Pirates Balban