Kumadori then proceeds to use Seimei Kikan (Life Feedback) to change to weight of his body, first losing much weight (using Shouka, meaning digest) then gaining some weight (using Kyushu, meaning absorb), returning to his normal weight size using Moto Douri.
Chopper is simply amazed by this, and asks if he could do it again.
He does so, going back to fat, then through the process again.
He does it once more, but is a bit exhausted afterward. Kumadori gladly explains that after 1,000 years of training at sea and on mountains, breathing the wind and drinking the pure water, he passed the training of Sennin (Master).
Enduring it all gave him the ability of Seimei Kikan.
He then goes on to say that all humans, from the hair on their heads to the bottom of their toes, can concentrate their sense and stretch them to their limit, having complete control over their body.
Chopper claims he read something about this in a book once, and also adds that this would be the reason why his hair acts like an octopus.
Kumadori, deeply offended, shouts at him, telling Chopper to call him a lion.
Kumadori then proceeds to attack Chopper with Seimei Kikan Kamishibari (Life Feedback Hair Strangle), and then his hair moves erratically, attempting to grab Chopper.
After a while of chasing, Kumadori uses Soru (to shave) to move above Chopper and attacks him with Shigan Cue (Cue Finger Gun), using his staff instead of his finger.
Luckily, Chopper moves out of the way in time, but is surprised, as the staff wasn’t even sharp.
After a recap of the previous episode, we see Zoro attempting to fight with Sogeking hanging onto one of his katana.