"The Haunted Well"

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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka episodes
"Kotaro in Peril"
"The Haunted Well"
"Ikkakuki"
"The Haunted Well"
The Haunted Well
Series Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Episode # 6 (original airing), 2 (rebroadcast)

"The Haunted Well" (お () () () (まき),   Obake Ido no Maki) is the sixth episode of Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka.

Plot

Nyudo and Uragira both stumbled through the forest hungry before bumping into each other. When they looked up, they imagined one another as food and attempted to bite at each other before coming to. Kotaro then appeared and talked with the pair before pointing out a dumpling shop a short distance away through the woods. Nyudo and Uragira bolted toward the shop, where Coonjo and a three-eyed yokai was waiting for them. Kotaro arrived at the shop shortly thereafter, but realized that Nyudo and Uragira had disappeared. Kotaro began to search the area, coming upon an old well which he decided to look down. Just then, Nyudo and Uragira appeared behind him and prepared to push him into the well. However, Kotaro noticed the reflections of Coonjo and the yokai in the water below and quickly splashed the fake Nyudo and Uragira, revealing their true forms. Enraged, the three-eyed yokai engaged Kotaro in battle wielding a trident-like sword. Kotaro eventually knocked him to the ground with the butt of his naginata, and when the yokai attempted to charge at him, Kotaro slashed him across the chest with his blade, causing him to collapse. Coonjo, foiled once again, teleported away as Kotaro freed the tied up Nyudo and Uragira from the shop. Nyudo took back his club and fled the scene, while Uragira begged Kotaro for food as they continued through the forest.

Cast

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

Appearances

Characters and yokai

Gallery

Screenshots

Video

Full episode

References

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