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|This article is about a/an episode in Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.|
Having gained a sushi phobia from becoming it, the Shinkenger help Genta try to get over it while Akumaro heads forth into battle to prove his power to Doukoku.
Because of the events of the previous chapter, Genta has developed a paralyzing fear of sushi, rendering him unable to help his teammates when they are battling the Nanashi. The other Shinkengers try to encourage Genta to get past his phobia by each braving their own worst fears. Doukoku and Shitari receive a visit from Akumaro Sujigarano, who offers his aid; Doukoku is not impressed. Genta quits the Shinkengers, promising to provide his team with a replacement. The Shinkengers deal with two Nosakamata before Akumaro destroys the monsters and personally tests the Shinkengers' fighting skills.
Confused that the Shinkengers are weaker than their predecessors, Akumaro intensifies the odds by creating a Kirigami which Takeru battles in Tenku-Shinkenoh as the vassals are overpowered by Akumaro. At the last second, Shinken Gold arrives with his newly created DaiGoyou to drive Akumaro off before enlarging DaiGoyou to take out the Kirigami. As the Shinkengers celebrate, Genta reveals that he had originally created DaiGoyou to replace him on the team and that he was nearly finished when Jii force-fed him sushi and cured him of his phobia. Ryunosuke points out that DaiGoyou acts more like a okapikki (police officer in feudal Japan) than like a samurai, causing DaiGoyou and Genta to start bickering.
- Shinken Red - Shishi (Shinkenmaru- Kaen no Mai), Shishi (Shinkenmaru - GoJyuu no Tachi), Kyoutsuu (Rekka Daizantou), Shishi (Rekka Daizantou), Tora (Ozutsu Mode), Shishi (Tora Ichirindan), Super, Chou Samurai Gattai
- Shinken Blue - Ryuu (Shinkenmaru - GoJyuu no Tachi)
- Shinken Pink - Kame (Shinkenmaru - GoJyuu no Tachi)
- Shinken Green - Kuma (Shinkenmaru - GoJyuu no Tachi)
- Shinken Yellow - Saru (Shinkenmaru - GoJyuu no Tachi)
- Shinken Gold - Sushi (Sushi Changer)
- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider W episode 1, The W Search/Two Detectives in One.
- Key Title Kanji: 灯 (Light, in conjunction to the Japanese word for "lantern", the duty of new ally/weapon DaiGoyou)
Home video releases
- The second volume of the Samurai Sentai Shinkenger Blu-Ray Box Set comes with episodes 17-33, including the Kamen Rider Decade crossover, and was released on April 11th 2014 at a cost of 20,790 yen.