Fire Lemonade Rising (ファイアレモネード・ライジング, Faia Remonēdo Raijingu) is a shoot hissatsu technique.
This technique was first used during the final match of the Football Frontier International between the Soccer Zatsugidan and Inazuma Japan. After training hard to improve his Fire Lemonade, Goujin finally stood on the field. After receiving a long pass from Asuto, Goujin fired his new improved Fire Lemonade, Fire Lemonade Rising, towards the opponent's goal. The shot broke through Min Yinqi's Bakugui Shishi, as the weight of the shot was all about all the people supporting Goujin. Even with help, Bakugui Shishi couldn't save the shot, so it broke through. It then faced Kung Fuche and his Ryuujin Tessen, but it was no match for this powerful shot. It broke through and blasted the goal away, scoring Inazuma Japan's first goal, making the score 1-2.
Goujin used this technique again during the match against Muteki no Giant. However, the goalie, Alonso Fibiano, saved the shot easily with his powerful technique, The Boyon. Later, Goujin faked using this shot, and Atsuya came in from the back to score the equalizing goal for Inazuma Japan with his Hissatsu Kumagoroshi Zan.
Goujin used this technique twice during the match between Inazuma Japan and Perfect Spark. He failed to score the first time because Yuri Rodina stopped the shoot with Tsuumande Goran but he managed to score the second time, breaking through the catch technique.
The user kicks the ball upwards and leaps upwards as clouds of fizz spiral around the user and the ground below cracks into dirt. The clouds become waves of green fizzy soda that propel the ball, surrounded by a yellow aura, upwards even more. In a huge wave of green soda, the user kicks and shoots. The ball, surrounded by glowing yellow bubbles, rushes toward the goal with green fizz spiraling it. Eventually, the yellow ball becomes a massive gray bubble that skids across the field and into the goal. The user can also add "rising," which causes the bubble to forcefully shoot upwards, sometimes even displacing the goal.