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Ikkyū Madoka
まどかイッキュウ Madoka Ikkyū
Debut
Manga Volume #3, Boruto Chapter #11
Anime Boruto Episode #25
Appears in Anime, Manga
Personal
Gender Gender Male Male
Classification
Affiliation
Family

Ikkyū Madoka (まどかイッキュウ, Madoka Ikkyū) is the current daimyō of the Land of Fire.

Personality

Ikkyū is a very business oriented man. While caring for the well-being of his son, Tentō, he tends to ignore him, leaving him in the care of servants and keeping him occupied through lavished gifts. As Tentō noted, Ikkyū has great admiration for shinobi.[1] However, he still loves his son, as he was furious at learning of Tentō's kidnapping and deeply worried for his well-being. While he loves his son and was willing to pay the money ransom, he was conflicted with the other demand of releasing all the prisoners of Hōzuki Castle, acknowledging the dangers of having many violent criminals loose upon the world is not worth the safety of one child, even if it was his son.[2]

Appearance

Ikkyū appears to be a middle-aged man with grey hair, slicked back and stylized sideburns as well as a goatee. His ears are pierced and he has several rings on his fingers. He wears a dark, full-body suit with a simple white kimono over it and a short fur-collared haori and a hat. He also travels with a walking cane.

New Era

Field Trip Arc

In the anime, despite the long end of the Fourth Shinobi World War, there was still civil unrest in other countries like the Land of Waves, prompting Ikkyū to work with these villages to build more safety measures.

Mujina Bandits Arc

Ikkyū visited Konohagakure to meet with the Seventh Hokage: Naruto Uzumaki. After finishing a call he was approached by his son Tentō who wanted to show him the new card he had purchased. Ikkyū, however, apologised to his son stating that he had to leave before he was late for the conference with the Hokage. With that, he left him in Yamaoka's care. A few days later, he learned to his horror that Tentō was kidnapped by the Mujina Bandits. After learning of their demands for Tentō's safe return being 500 million ryō and the immediate release of all criminals in Hōzuki Castle, Ikkyū deduced that with how seamless the abduction was, they must have had spies with his entourage. Desperate to get his son back but all wanting to stall on the ransom demands, he decided to play it safe and begin getting the money together.

Ultimately, Tentō was saved by the genin of Team Konohamaru, who also captured the entire Mujin Bandits. Ikkyū quickly went to see his son, overjoyed to see that he was alright. As Tentō talked about what he learned from Boruto and how he insisted to become a strong man to support his father, Ikkyū was left so moved. Later, Ikkyū and his delegation left Konohagakure, with Team Konohamaru coming to see them off.

References

  1. Boruto chapter 12
  2. Boruto chapter 13