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|Anime||Series 1 Episode 34 (1968)|
|1968 anime||Kenji Utsumi|
|1985 anime||Tōru Furuya|
|1996 anime||Yasuhiro Takato|
|2007 anime||Taiki Matsuno|
Shonen Magazine/First Anime
He appears in episode #34 of the first anime adaptation, Sara-Kozō.
He appears in episode #43 of the third anime adaptation, Sara-Kozō's Prize-Winning Yōkai Song.
Mystical Songs: Sara-Kozō's most notable ability, the songs he sing are usually quite appealing to anyone who hears. Which is usually the reason why his songs get stolen. There is also a forbidden song, that if sung by Sara-Kozō himself, then disastrous consequences will occur, as shown by the terrified crowd of yōkai who escaped once he had begun to sing it. The effects when sung by humans is instead capable of reversing and altering time, as shown when the band sung it at their concert and time reverses to before they followed Nezumi-Otoko, with Kitarō subsequently stopping him before he proceeds with his scheme. Even recordings of this song are capable of this effect as demonstrated by Nezumi-Otoko when he plays it to prevent Gangi-Kozō's death. In the fifth anime, the effects of singing any of his songs lead to raining instead, when the band's copy of the song is played by the multitude of fans who have their own copies of it, the amount of rain fall causes a large flooding to occur.
Plate Generation: Sara-Kozō's main form of offense, he creates plates from the top of his head and throws them at his enemies. He is also able to create specific plates that can instantly make anyone who reads the lyrics that are inscribed in it able to perform it.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 GeGeGe no Kitarō (1996): Episode 33
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 GeGeGe no Kitarō (2007): Episode 66
- ↑ GeGeGe no Kitarō (1996): Episode 42