|“||Are you the Prime Minister, Hatayama Taro? I want.....THIS!||„|
|~ Tomarezu of the Tsuchinoko's first words|
Tomarezu of the Tsuchinoko is a pillbug-themed member of the Earth Condemnation Group Yuumajuu. Also he's the main antagonist in episode 17 of 2010 TV series called Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
He is voiced by Takashi Nagasako who previously voiced Inventor Grotch, an Antlion Nezire, Kairikibou, Garubaria, Energy Thief Uugo, Gomubi-Ron, Algolian Baurbon, Maga, an Incinerator Banki, Rokuroneri and later voiced Shieldon, a Shovelloid, Debo Royaroya, an Advanced Yokai Oumukade and Gabatt Kababacci.
Tomarezu is the first Yuumajuu released by his superiors in a plot to kill people of power and fame within society, in hopes that their loss would cause the loss of role models and thus cause humanity to lose all hope and fall apart without people to support. After killing everyone from the prime minister of Japan to a boy band, Tomarezu is confronted by the Goseigers by tricking it into trying to attack an ice skater using Camomirage to hide their true appearances. The Gosei Angels have a hard time with it due to its increased power associated with the high volume of pollution empowering it and its masters, Makuin and Kingon who support the work of the Yuumajuu. However as the Goseigers become weakened by the polluted goo from Makuin, a mysterious warrior calling itself Gosei Knight appears, who has an easy time facing the creature and ultimately destroys it with his Vulcan Headder and Knightick Dynamic.
However when it appears to be defeated, it mysteriously grows once again (due to the Bibi Bugs of the hiding Buredoran of the Chupacabra). Gosei Knight takes on Tomarezu alone, transforming into the Groundion Headder and knocking around its vehicle form before destroying the Yuumajuu with the Groundion Eraser. When Tomarezu dies, those hit by its goo prior change back to normal.
- Tomarezu acts exactly like the "Graboids" of the film franchise, digging under the ground like sharks swimming through the water and attack people on the surface from below.