He refuses to accept fate and his heritage as future CEO of his father's company.
He believes that people can control their own destiny, but only if they fight for a desirable future.
Four new enlistee cadets of the TPD are tricked by Don Dolnero and his gang into letting them time-travel to the year 2000 to commit various crimes and, to protect history, the four cadets pursue them.
They encounter a severe problem: the Timeranger program requires five members for the first operation.
They force a present-day martial artist, Tatsuya Asami, to join them, and they become the Timerangers.
Tatsuya rents a building for them to live in, and they start a small odd-jobs business called Tomorrow Research to financially support themselves.
Over time, the four cadets begin to realize that their presence would inevitably change the future in the form of the City Guardians, a security force under the employment of the Asami Corporation to protect the city from the Londers.
The City Guardians form a tenuous relationship with the Timerangers, especially when Tatsuya's college acquaintance Naoto becomes Time Fire and later also becomes the City Guardian's captain.: The main protagonist of the series, Tatsuya is a 22-year-old martial artist who is "drafted" into the team."Toki no Kanata E" by NAT'S (1-43, 46-49) "Miracle X-Mas" by T. Futures (44) "Eternal Wind" by Shigetaka Takayama (45) "Mirai no Yuku E" by Motoyoshi Iwasaki (50) "Don't Stop Your Story! Footage from this series was used in the American production, Power Rangers Time Force. Futures (51) is a Japanese Tokusatsu television series, the 24th series in Toei's Super Sentai franchise.The opening narration of the series announces, "People from the future in the year 3000 AD and one man have met by chance, for the sake of marking a new passage of time…!" In the 30th century, time travel becomes illegal after a time paradox crisis.