This article is about a/an show in the Tokusatsu Super Hero subgenre.
Tiger 7
Tetsujin Tiger Seven
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Number of episodes: 26
First episode: Great Rebellion of the Mu Primitives
Original airing: October 06, 1973- March 30, 1974

Tetsujin Tiger Seven (鉄人タイガーセブン Tetsujin Taigā Sebun, Iron Man Tiger 7), was a Japanese tokusatsu television series that aired in 1973, produced by P Productions. Unlike the classic Lion Maru series, Iron Man Tiger 7 is set in modern Japan.

Takigawa Go gets the power to transform into Tetsujin Tiger Seven from an artificial heart and a magic pendent. To transform he utters the henshin (transformation) phrase "Tiger Spark". Takigawa Go is played by Tatsuya Nanjô who also starred in Toei's Henshin Ninja Arashi. Go rides a Suzuki motorcycle with rocket boosters. When he transforms into Tiger Seven the motorcycle transforms as well to become "Spike Go". Spike Go can drive itself, coming to its master's aid when Tiger 7 roars.

Tetsujin Tiger 7 was apparently P. Production's attempt at a Kamen Rider style series. They even hired Shunsuke Kikuchi composer of the 1970s Kamen Rider music to write the music for Tetsujin Tiger 7.


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Tochonger Seven
  • In 2017, a Local hero show named Honoo no Tenko Tochonger Seven (炎の天狐 トチオンガーセブン Honō no Tenko Tochongā Sebun) claimed itself as Tetsujin Tiger Seven's "spiritual successor". However, the only relationship between Tochonger Seven and Tiger Seven is their design similarity.

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