- This monster is based on the Buddhist folklore creature called hinoguruma (written the same way as kasha but pronounced differently), appearing as a fiery chariot that carts sinners to Hell, making them suffer horribly as it does. Its name comes from the legend of the kasha, a type of yōkai that disturbs funerals and steals unwatched corpses before they can be cremated and drags them off to Hell, sometimes fulfilling the same role as the hinoguruma.
- In Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2009: Stardust Accelerator this monster is called "Hot Ride".
- In the English Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Manga, this monster is named "Fire Wagon", likely thanks to the literal translation of its Japanese name.
- This card's text in Legendary Collection 2: The Duel Academy Years Mega Pack was written incorrectly, such that it stated that returning all other monsters on the field into the Deck is a cost. This was corrected in the Duelist League 16 participation cards reprint.
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