We investigate the ultrastrong tunable coupler for coupling of superconducting resonators. The obtained coupling constant exceeds 1 GHz, and the wide-range tunability is achieved for both antiferromagnetics and ferromagnetics from −1086 to 604 MHz. The ultrastrong coupler is composed of a rf superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) and dc SQUID as tunable junctions, which connect to resonators via shared aluminum thin-film meander lines enabling such a huge coupling constant. The spectrum of the coupler obviously shows the breaking of the rotating-wave approximation, and our circuit model treating the Josephson junction as a tunable inductance reproduces the experimental results well. The ultrastrong coupler is expected to be utilized in quantum annealing circuits and/or noisy intermediate-scale quantum devices with dense connections between qubits.