Toei’s latest trademark filed has revealed the name of the next Kamen Rider series. The second Kamen Rider show of the Reiwa Era will be Kamen Rider Saber following Kamen Rider Zero-One. Toei filed for the trademark on May 29th with the Japanese Patent Office under trademark number 2020-66754.
Back in May there were that the series will have two riders. The pair are either a couple or siblings with the male being your usual Rider while the female Rider will be a tomboy. The reports also say the Riders belts look like a modified animal. The gimmick is inserted and a latch is pulled to activate lights and sounds.
The pair will be the second Kamen Rider team in the Reiwa era Kamen replacing Kamen Rider Zero-One. The tokusatsu series will be the 31st series of the franchise. Kamen Rider Zero-One began airing on September 1. The show is the 30th series in the Kamen Rider franchise. Zero-One is the first Rider series starting in the Reiwa Era of Japan, under Emperor Naruhito.
We will update you when Toei releases more details.