This article is about a/an villain group in Shuriken Sentai Ninninger.
Kibaoni Army Corps
Shuriken Sentai Ninninger
Led by: Gengetsu Kibaoni
and later by: [[Ariake no Kata and Juza Yumihari]]
Generals and other Notable Members: Kyuemon Shingetsu Kibaoni
Raizo Gabi
Masakage Tsugomori
Juza Yumihari(Later promoted to boss)
Mangetsu Kibaoni
Monster Types: Minor Youkai
Base: Kibaoni Castle
Allies: Three Great Western Yokai
Izayoi Way Ninja Army Corps
Grunts/Footsoldiers: Hitokarage
Giant Youkai Gashadokuro
Battled: Ninningers
Coexisted with: ShockerIcon-crosswiki
Izayoi Way Ninja Army Corps
Other factions battled: .
Teamed up with: RoidmudesIcon-crosswiki
Evil Army Shadow Line
A representative teamed up with: .
Chronological/Production Order
Evil Army Shadow Line
Izayoi Way Ninja Army Corps

The Kibaoni Army Corps (牙鬼軍団 Kibaoni Gundan, lit. "Fanged Demon Army Corp") are a clan of Yokai who are led by the warlord Gengetsu Kibaoni.


Gengetsu Kibaoni and his mates were sealed for good by the Last Ninja in the 48 Shuriken Seals, but these seals are now broken and scattered. Some of the seals are with the Kibaoni Army Corp and some are with Ninningers but some are lost. Due to them being broken the Kibaoni Army Corp are once again revived and are now on finding the lost seals and they are now led by Fanged Demon Gengetsu and his two generals. They have the mission to gather the "Power Of Fear" by terrorizing humans.

Zyuohger vs. Ninninger

Gengetsu, Raizo, and Tsugomori were revived alongside Bangray and Jagged by Gillmarda to fight the Ninningers and Zyuohgers. Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger vs. Ninninger: Message from the Future from Super Sentai


Special Arsenal/Vehicles


  • Their name is similar to that of the Youkai Army Corps of Kakuranger; both involve forces with yokai as the main enemy.
  • The higher-up Kibaoni forces have incomplete Noh theatre masks incorporated into their designs.
  • It was said that Gengetsu Kibaoni and his army would return 444 years after their first defeat. While 4 doesn't have much meaning in western cultures, in Japanese the number '4' is considered a scary number due to it being pronounced sometimes as 'shi,' which can also mean 'death.'


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