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Momotaro
Momo
Gender Male
Race Human/Monkey
Location Sei'an City (Commoner's Quarter)
Family Grandmother (mentioned only)
Monkey, Pheasant and Dog (companions, Ōkamiden)
Appearances Ōkami
Ōkamiden
Heh heh... I'm pretending to be a demon hunter. It's a game where you defeat monsters from Oni Island. But it's all just pretend. I'd be too scared to do it in real life.

—Momotaro

Momotaro (「桃太郎」?; Momotarō) is a little boy in Sei'an City. He appears in both Ōkami and Ōkamiden.

Description

Momotaro looks like a small monkey. He wears a white headband and carries a flag on his back. He has a purple undershirt, with a red shirt and a pink vest coming over both. He also adorns a small sword on his waist.

Personality

Momotaro is a childish little boy who likes to pretend he is a warrior who fights fearsome beasts from Oni Island.

Story

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Quote

Ōkamiden

  • "Gyah! Oh, I though you were a demon!"
  • "I can't play my ogre games with all these demons running around."
  • "Hey! You're White Rice Cake! ...Or not. You're kinda small. More like Little White Dango."
  • "What's the matter, White Dango? You hungry? Do you want some of the kibi dango my grandmother made? If you do, you have to be one of my retainers."

Gallery

Trivia

  • Momotaro once mentions that he has a grandmother, and she makes millet dumplings for him[Citation needed].
  • Momotarō (桃太郎) is a popular hero from Japanese folklore. His name literally means Peach Tarō; as Tarō is a common Japanese boy's name. It is often translated as Peach Boy.
    • Momotarō is also the title of various books, films, and other works that portray the tale of this hero.

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