Aburasumashi

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Aburasumashi
Aburasumashi in The Great Yokai War
Species Yokai
Allies Other yokai
Enemies Daimon
First appearance Latest appearance
Yokai Monsters:
One Hundred Monsters
The Great Yokai War

Aburasumashi (油すまし) is a kind of Japanese folklore creature which appeared in the 1968 tokusatsu films, Yokai Monsters: One Hundred Monsters and Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare and the 2005 film, The Great Yokai War.

Design

Aburasumashi is a short humanoid in straw clothing with a staff and an over-sized green head.

History

Showa era

Aburasumashi in the Yokai Monsters series.

Yokai Monsters: One Hundred Monsters

The Aburasumashi is seen dancing in the crowd of yokai as they marched out of a castle.

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare

In this film, Aburasumashi has an important role and is one of the protagonists. He helps battle Daimon but is defeated. Later he becomes a member of the Spirit Army and kills Daimon by stabbing his right eye after the Kakasa lifted him up.

Millennium era

The Great Yokai War

Aburasumashi is one of the Yokai that gathered to discuss the threat to their species. Despite hearing all the reasons to fight for yokai, the Aburasumashi leaves. It does, however, return later when the rumor of a 'massive party' was just so happening on the enemy's base and was one of the millions of yokai to show up. Due to the rowdy nature of Yokai, it started fighting anything that came near it.

Abilities

Staff

Aburasumashi can use his staff in combat.

Head Inflation

In The Great Yokai War, the Aburasumashi could expand and deflate his head.

Gallery

Main article: Aburasumashi/Gallery.

Trivia

  • The original Showa Aburasumashi suit would be referenced numerous times in Rumiko Takahashi's series, Urusei Yatsura, as one of the characters, Cherry the Monk, resembled its facial features.

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