"Ikkakuki"

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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka episodes
"The Haunted Well"
"Ikkakuki"
"The Sorrowful Satori Yokai"
"Ikkakuki"
Ikkakuki (episode)
Series Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Episode # 7 (original airing), 75 (rebroadcast)

"Ikkakuki" ( (いっ) (かく) () (まき),   Ikkakuki no Maki) is the seventh episode of Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Ikkakuki was befriended by Coonjo when she fed the yokai a splash of sake. Later, as Kotaro Ushiwaka and Uragira were traveling through a field, they were halted by Ikkakuki who challenged Kotaro to battle. Uragira fled from the yokai, instead occupying himself by digging in the ground for treasure. Ikkakuki began to swing his massive club at Kotaro, who was able to jump out of the way each time, and retaliated with a slash from his naginata. The naginata connected with Ikkakuki's club, however, sending it flying through the air and leaving Kotaro disarmed. Kotaro managed to wrestle the demon to the ground, but was soon caught in a chokehold. Luckily, Kotaro's naginata landed on Nyudo who had been sleeping a short distance away, awakening him and prompting him to investigate. When Nyudo arrived, clutching his flask of sake, Ikkakuki took notice and dropped Kotaro to try to steal it. Nyudo attempted to fight back, but fell to the ground and was jumped on by Ikkakuki. Kotaro returned to his feet and kicked Ikkakuki off of Nyudo before slashing the flask in half with his naginata. Kotaro and Ikkakuki then charged at one another, the former managing to slice Ikkakuki's horn, killing him. A horrified Nyudo complained about the loss of his sake, prompting laughter from Kotaro and Uragira, while Coonjo quietly cursed them as she looked on.

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Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

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