Sazer Mithras

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Sazer Mithras
Sazer Mithras in The Gransazers
Alternate names Sazer-Mithras
Species Human
Forms Mika Shidou
Sazer Mithras
Relations Flame Tribe
Allies Flame Tribe, Wind Tribe, Earth Tribe, Water Tribe, Professor Horiguchi, Atsushi Misonogi, Soichiro Okita, Luka
Enemies All The Gransazers kaiju
Created by Unknown
Played by Asuka Shimizu
First appearance Latest appearance
The Gransazers Episode 1: Awaken! The Warrior of the Stars The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory
Design(s) ShodaiSeizaMitorasu
To be added.

Sazer Mithras (セイザーミトラス,   Seizā Mitorasu), real name Mika Shidou (獅堂未加,   Shidō Mika) is a fire-based Gransazer created by Toho who first appeared in episode 1 of the 2003 tokusatsu kaiju series, The Gransazers titled Awaken! The Warrior of the Stars.


Sazer Mithras is a flame warrior under the sign of Aries and wears bright red, black, white, and gold armor shaped after a swan.[1]


The Gransazers

Mika Shidou is the tomboyish elder sister of Ken Shidou and the wise member of the Flame Tribe. Having helped Professor Horiguchi with his research, she was the first Sazer to be awakened. Her cool and reserved attitude often clashes with the bright personality of Tenma Kudou, but when push comes to shove she proves to be a true friend.

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

Mika Shidou reprises her role as Sazer Mithras to assist her fellow Sazers, the Justirisers, and Sazer X.

The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory



Knuckle Riser

Sazer Mithras, like all Gransazers, owns a Knuckle Riser which transforms her.

Falcon Bow

Sazer Mithras possesses a pair of fans called the Swan Sector which can be used to perform the "Brand Tornado" attack which resembles a blast from a flamethrower tornado.[1]


Sazer Mithras shares ownership with the other Flame Tribe members over the Garuda.



Main article: Sazer Mithras/Gallery.


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