Sazer Gans

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Tappei Mikami/Sazer Gans
Sazer Gans in The Gransazers
Alternate names Sazer-Gans
Species Human
Forms Tappei Mikami,
Sazer Gans
Relations Water Tribe
Allies Flame Tribe, Wind Tribe, Earth Tribe, Water Tribe, Professor Horiguchi, Atsushi Misonogi, Soichiro Okita, Luka
Enemies All The Gransazers kaiju
Played by Takuma Sugawara
First appearance Latest appearance
The Gransazers Episode 13: "The Impactor Attacks" The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory
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Sazer Gans (セイザーギャンズ,   Seizā Gyanzu), real name Tappei Mikami (三上辰平,   Mikami Tappei) is a water-based Gransazer created by Toho who first appeared in episode 13 of the 2003 tokusatsu kaiju series, The Gransazers titled "The Impactor Attacks".


Sazer Gans is a water warrior under the sign of Cancer and wears sky blue colored armor shaped after a manta ray.[1]


The Gransazers

Tappei Mikami is a studious surfer, who takes care of some dolphins at an ocean theme park. He underwent training with Ryoko until he was fully awakened. The opportunity finally came and he joined his tribe members, completing the Water Tribe. Tappei is gentle and open-minded, ready when he is needed.

The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory


Super Fleet Sazer-X the Movie: Fight! Star Soldiers

Tappei Mikami reprises his role as Sazer Gans to assist his fellow Sazers, the Justirisers, and Sazer X.


Knuckle Riser

Sazer Gans, like all Gransazers, owns a Knuckle Riser which transforms him.


Sazer Gans possesses a double blade halberd called the Kallinikos, which can be used to perform the Taikai Shousetsudan attack which shoots a stream of water. [1]


Sazer Gans shares ownership with the other Water Tribe members over the Leviathan.


Main article: Sazer Gans/Gallery.


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