Its title has been variously translated into English as "Demon God of the War-Torn Land Go Shogun", "Warring Demon God Go Shogun", and "Civil War Devil-God Go Shogun," but in the US and parts of Europe it is primarily known as Macron 1, the title of its North American adaptation.
The episodes previously mentioned are the best ones we consider about giant boys moments, althought we had wished this anime would have had more interactions between the shrunken woman and the three boys." (2003): b) Episode 17 from Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016): Unfortunately Pokémon Series never had a shrinking/grow episode where Ash or Max had interaction with shrunken people/pokemons, thats' why we mentioned these little moments where Ash and Kiawe look like giants in funny yelling moments Tama is cleaning up the Snack Shop, when Otose joins her and notices that she looks like a Polygon figure.
is a line of Japanese stuffed toy monkeys from the Sekiguchi Corporation, first released in 1974.
They were licensed by Mattel in the United States until 1985, and later distributed worldwide directly by Sekiguchi.
Sekiguchi claims they created these characters in order to inspire respect and love in the young (Japanese) children and adults, their name is derived from the words "Mon" which translates to "Mine" in French and "Chhichi" which closely resembles the sound a child's pacifier would produce according to Japanese phonetics, also the resulting word has a similar sound to the word "Monkey" in English.
The dolls were successful in Japan, and the animated TV series, Futago no Monchhichi (ふたごのモンチッチ, Monchhichi Twins) which ran in 1980, helped increase its popularity even further.