Senki Senki Momotama

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Senki Senki Momotama
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The first volume of the manga series Senki Senki Momotama, published in Japan by Mag Garden
(Senki Senki Momotama)
Genre Action, Fantasy, Supernatural, Comedy
Written by Nanae Chrono
Published by Mag Garden
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Monthly Comic Blade
Original run December 2005 – present
Volumes 6
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Senki Senki Momotama (殲鬼戦記ももたま, Senki Senki Momotama) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nanae Chrono. The manga has been serialized in Comic Blade by Mag Garden since December 2005, with individual chapters collected into six tankōbon volumes as of August 25, 2009.[1] The manga is based on the Japanese folklore Momotaro which originated from an ancient Chinese Mythology. As of August 2009, 40 chapters has been released in Japan.


After gate-crashing onto the mythical Tougen Island also known as Shangri-La, Mutsu Kokonose, the ninth generation head of the Mutsu Clan, claims to bring down the wrath of God onto the demons and regain the island from Momotarou control.


Main characters[edit]

Mutsu Kokonose (陸奥九世, Mutsu Kokonose)

The nine-year-old protagonist of the story. Kokonose is the ninth generation lord of the infamous Mutsu Clan which was descended from Demons. He has an arrogant personality and the guts to try to turn one of the academy teachers into his servant on his first day. Kononse was revealed to be an exceptional Exorcist, exorcising evil spirits since the age of one. During the Selection test, he was the only student who managed to acquire the legendary Peach card which was rumored to be the card that only the first generation Momotarou had ever gotten it.

Kashii Mamoru (香椎守, Kashii Mamoru)

A twenty-year-old "servant" of Kokonse. Kashii wears glasses and has a sort of Mohawk styled hair. He has an extreme negative personality and looks at everything in despair. He is revealed to possess the "Monkey" characteristic of the four types since he couldn't break through the iron bar during the exam.


Volumes list[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 March 10, 2006[2] ISBN 4-86127-249-1
  • 01. "Who the Hell Do You Think I Am?"
  • 02. "Demon! Demon! Demon!"
  • 03. "Yeah, I've Got Something to Say"
  • 04. "The World of Our Ancestors..."
2 October 10, 2006[3] ISBN 4-86127-317-X
  • 05. "This Ain't Kids Stuff Anymore"
  • 06. "I Guess You're Screwed No Matter What"
  • 07. "I'm Right Here"
  • 08. "Marry Me"
  • 09. "A Beautiful Bride..."
  • 10. "Kiss My Feet"
  • 11. "It Was Fate That Brought Us Together"
3 September 10, 2007[4] ISBN 4-86127-424-9
  • 12. "Life Points"
  • 13. "Bow of Peach Wood and Arrow of Thistle, Destroyer of Calamity"
  • 14. "Naive Notion"
  • 15. "An Uninvited Guest"
  • 16. "Soul Cry"
  • 17. "Tell Me How to Use You"


  1. ^ 殲鬼戦記ももたま マッグガーデン (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-04. 
  2. ^ 殲鬼戦記ももたま1 (in Japanese). Mag Garden. Retrieved 2010-07-06. 
  3. ^ 殲鬼戦記ももたま2 (in Japanese). Mag Garden. Retrieved 2010-07-06. 
  4. ^ 殲鬼戦記ももたま3 (in Japanese). Mag Garden. Retrieved 2010-07-06. 

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