Tokageron is a Shocker Kaijin with the characteristics of a poisonous lizard and an antagonist in episode 13 Kamen Rider.

He was portrayed by Shinzo Hotta.


The Oriental Nuclear Research Institute, which Shocker planned to destroy, was protected by a powerful barrier. Shocker scientists developed a ball to destroy Barria, but to do so, a ball weighing 5 kg had to be thrown from a distance of 20 m. Because they didn't presently possess a modified human who could do this, they abducted professional soccer player Ken Nomoto and remodeled him into Tokageron.

After that, Tokageron leads 10 revived monsters and hides in a private house. After Kazuya Taki and Ruriko Midorikawa searched his house, they attacked the two to prevent any trace of their plans from getting out. Kamen Rider then rushed in to save them, but was repelled by Tokageron.

At a later date, Tokageron attacks the laboratory. He tries to destroy the barrier by kicking the ball, but is blocked by Kamen Rider. After the revived kaijin were defeated by Kamen Rider, Tokageron kicked the barrier destruction ball at Kamen Rider No. 1, but Kamen Rider used his Lightning Rider Kick to kick the ball back at Tokageron, causing him to explode upon impact.

Powers and Abilities

Based on a poisonous lizard, Tokageron's poison is potent enough to fell elephants. He also has tremendous leg power enabling him to kick things at super speeds.



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Great Leader of Shocker | Colonel Zol | Dr. Shinigami | Ambassador Hell | Shocker Combatmen
Shocker Kaijin: Spider Man | Bat Man | Scorpion Man | Sarracenian | Mantis Man | Grimreaper Chameleon | Bee Woman | Cobra Man | Gebacondor | Yamogeras | Tokageron | Saboteguron | Phirasaurus | Hitodanger | Kanibubbler | Dokugandar | Amazonia | Musasabeedle | Kinokomorgu
Colonel Zol's Kaijin: Antlion Thunder | Mukaderas | Mogurang | Kuragedarl | Zanburonzo | Arigabari | Dokudahlian | Armadillong | Gamagirah | Arikimedes | Egyptus | Torikabuto | Eiking | Experimental Wolf Man |
Doctor Shinigami's Kaijin: Snoweman | Ghoster | Fly Man | Pranodon | Kabibinga | Namekujira | Bearkonger | Todogirah | Hiruguerrilla | Isoginchak | Kamestone | Unicornos | Gilgalass | Namazugiller | Saigang | Zanjioh
Ambassador Hell's Kaijin: Jaguarman | Sea Snake Man | Cockroach Man | Gireera | Dokumondo | Poison Lizard Man | Earthworm Man | Owl Man | Harinezuras | Semiminga | Kabutorong | Kamikirikid | Girizames | Gillerkorogi | Elekibotaru | Abugomens | Mosquiras | Shiomaneking | Shiracuras | Bararanga | Seadragons | Imoriges | Unidogma

General Black | Ganikomol

Great Leader of Gel-Shocker | General Black | Shocker Riders | Doctor D | Gel-Shocker Combatmen
Gel-Shocker Kaijin: Sasoritokages | Kuragewolf | Inokabuton | Isoginjaguar | Utsubogames | Washikamagiri | Kumolion | Nekoyamori | Canarycobra | Nezucondor | Mukadetiger | Haetoribachi | Eidokugar | Namekujikinoko | Garaox | Sabotenbat

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