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Momotarou!According to the present form of the tale (dating to the Edo period), Momotaro came to Earth inside a giant peach, which was found floating down a river by an old, childless woman who was washing clothes there. The woman and her husband discovered the child when they tried to open the peach to eat it. The child explained that he had been sent by Heaven to be their son. The couple named him Momotaro-, from momo (peach) and taro- (eldest son in the family). Years later, Momotaro- left his parents to fight a band of marauding oni (demons or ogres) on a distant island. En route, Momotaro- met and befriended a talking dog, monkey, and pheasant, who agreed to help him in his quest. At the island, Momotaro- and his animal friends penetrated the demons' fort and beat the band of demons into surrendering. Momotaro- and his new friends returned home with the demons' plundered treasure and the demon chief as a captive. Momotaro- and his family lived comfortably from then on. Momotaro- is strongly associated with Okayama, and his tale may have its origins there. The demon island (Onigashima) of the story is sometimes associated with Megijima Island, an island in the Seto Inland Sea near Takamatsu, due to the vast manmade caves found on that island.