Momotarō (桃太郎) es el protagonista de uno los cuentos tradicionales más famosos de Japón. Cuenta la historia de una pareja de ancianos que no puede tener hijos y un día son bendecidos con un niño que nace del interior de un melocotón gigante que sus padres adoptivos encuentran flotando en un río. De ahí su nombre: momo (桃 melocotón)+tarō (nombre masculino común). Al crecer, se convierte en un gran héroe con la ayuda de  un perro, un faisán y un mono que lo ayudan en su travesía de vencer a los demonios de Onigashima. Disponible en La Marca Editora.

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