Chokyukai and the Abducted Bride (猪九戒と略奪された花嫁) is the one hundred twenty-ninth episode of the InuYasha anime.

Synopsis

  1. Inuyasha and his friends deal with a boar demon named Chokyūkai who has been abducting women.

Summary

A young man named Kisuke turns to the protagonists for help when maidens are being kidnapped by demons using a golden diadem to control them, mentioning that the remaining maidens were forced to reside in a nearby cave.

Inuyasha and the gang confront the demon, Chokyūkai, who is a boar demon that doesn't seem very threatening with his two servants. However, Chokyūkai places his diadem on Kagome's head (after inadvertently getting it on Inuyasha and Miroku's heads first), brainwashing her to fall in love with him, and takes her to his castle.

The others come up with a plan to defeat Chokyūkai. Shippō distracts him disguised as a woman, and then Inuyasha fights him. Kagome combines an arrow with a sutra provided by Miroku, using it to banish Chokyūkai to parts unknown. They then rescue the women and take them back to the village. Miroku proceeds to flirt with them by asking them to have his children. The women are put off after their experience with Chokyūkai and question if Miroku is a demon as well, throwing him off. He asks Sango for help, who simply snubs him off in anger. They then see Kiskue and flock to him, saying that their experience was terrifying and Chokyūkai was so disgusting, as was Miroku, much to Miroku's chagrin.

Characters in Order of Appearance

Notes

  • Chokyūkai and his servants are the descendents of the characters from Journey to the West.
  • The golden diadem that Chokyūkai uses, is the same one that the monk used on Sun Wukong, to keep in line, sort of like Inuyasha only with the Beads of Subjugation instead.
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