Bluefin's Kamen Rider arm, Team Kamen Rider recently interviewed Kamen Rider producer Takahito Omori about his work in the franchise.
Omori was an assistant producer in Kamen Rider Hibiki, Kamen Rider Den-O, and Kamen Rider Kiva. Omori later served as a chief producer in Kamen Rider Drive, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Kamen Rider Build, and Kamen Rider Zero-One. In the interview, he talked about his experience working on the franchise, most notably on the decisions he made while working on the series. He also revealed that he grew up in an era were the franchise was on a break, and that he only watched a rerun of Kamen Rider Amazon growing up.
In the second part of his interview with Team Kamen Rider, Omori talked about about his work with Kamen Rider Zero-One, the first entry of the Reiwa Kamen Rider Series. In the video, he talked about the process in working on the series, from its concept, gimmick, and even the pressure on working at the first Reiwa Kamen Rider Series. He also revealed that the series almost ended with 41 episodes before the series officially ended with 45.