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InuYasha

TV, ep.167 (~24 min.), 2000

 

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Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Fighting-Shounen, Romance, Demons, Magic, Shounen, Supernatural, Sengoku Era
Tags: Alternative World, Bionic Powers, Demons, Episodic, Historical, Magic, Old Asia, Psi-Powers, Youkai, Demons, Fantasy, Feudal Japan, Person in a Strange World, Shounen, Time Travel, Tsundere
Release Date: 16.10.2000 ‑ 13.09.2004
Studios: SUNRISE Inc.
Licensors: Viz Media
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
Type: TV (2000)
Episodes: 167, ~24 min.

Alternative names:

犬夜叉
Inu Yasha
いぬやしゃ
Fifteen-year-old schoolgirl Kagome Higurashi, whose family tends a shrine, falls into an old well one day and literally tumbles into ancient Japanese history. On the other side she meets Inu Yasha, the dog-like demon (inu means dog in Japanese) who claims she smells just like the woman who fifty years ago pinned him with her arrow to a tree, where he's been all this time.

Unwilling allies at first, the two become closer as their search for the sacred "Jewel of Four Souls" continues. If Kagome really is the reincarnation of the shrine-maiden Kikyo, can it be that she's becoming jealous of herself...?
Higurashi Kagome, after being pulled down a well by a demon, finds herself in Feudal Japan, where she learns that a powerful jewel has been reborn inside her body. After the jewel shatters in an attempt to retrieve it from one of the many demons who was after its power, Kagome must join forces with the half-demon Inu Yasha (also after the jewel's power) to track down the shards of the jewel before its power falls into the wrong hands.
Kagome is a normal high school girl who falls into a well, transporting her back in time to the feudal era. Upon her arrival to this world, she mercifully unleashes Inuyasha, a half demon. As if this isn't enough, she also discovers that she is the bearer of the Shikon no Tama, a jewel of great spiritual power, a jewel which has just shattered into a million shards. Now, along with Miroku the priest, Sango the demon hunter, and Shippou the mischievious fox-demon, they must set out to find the Shikon shards and defeat the evils of the demon Naraku.
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Related anime:

InuYasha TV, 2000
CM Gekijou: All-Star Sou Shutsuen Other, 1999, Crossover
InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time Movie, 2001, Side story
Inuyasha: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass Movie, 2002, Side story
Inuyasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler Movie, 2003, Side story
Fire on the Mystic Island Movie, 2004, Side story
Inuyasha: Kuroi Tessaiga OVA, 2008, Side story
Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen TV, 2009, Sequel

Related manga:

Inu-Yasha Manga, 1996, Adaptation

Related characters:

Abi
Abi
Kagome HIGURASHI
Kagome HIGURASHI
Inu Yasha
Inu Yasha
Bankotsu
Bankotsu
Hakudoushi
Hakudoushi
Ginta
Ginta
Kaede
Kaede
Kagura
Kagura
Sesshoumaru
Sesshoumaru
Kanna
Kanna
Kouga
Kouga
Hakkaku
Hakkaku
Souta HIGURASHI
Souta HIGURASHI
Rin
Rin
Kirara
Kirara
Kohaku
Kohaku
Jaken
Jaken
Kikyou
Kikyou
Sango
Sango
Miroku
Miroku
Myouga
Myouga
Shippou
Shippou
Naraku
Naraku
Toutousai
Toutousai
Izayoi
Izayoi
Ayame
Ayame
Hachiemon
Hachiemon
Houjou
Houjou
Akitoki HOUJOU
Akitoki HOUJOU
Hiten
Hiten
Manten
Manten
Kagome no Sofu
Kagome no Sofu
Buyo
Buyo
Kagome no Haha
Kagome no Haha
Kyoukotsu
Kyoukotsu
Mukotsu
Mukotsu
Ginkotsu
Ginkotsu
Jakotsu
Jakotsu
Suikotsu
Suikotsu
Renkotsu
Renkotsu
Jourou Mukade
Jourou Mukade
Tsuyu
Tsuyu
Sakasagami no Yura
Sakasagami no Yura
Amari NOBUNAGA
Amari NOBUNAGA
Mayu IKEDA
Mayu IKEDA
The Mask of Flesh
The Mask of Flesh
Nazuna
Nazuna
Mayu no Haha
Mayu no Haha
Kumogashira
Kumogashira
Urasue
Urasue
Sango no Chichi
Sango no Chichi
Mushin
Mushin
Tsukumo no Gama
Tsukumo no Gama
Jinenji
Jinenji
Jinenji no Haha
Jinenji no Haha
Goshinki
Goshinki
Kaijinbou
Kaijinbou
Juromaru
Juromaru
Kageroumaru
Kageroumaru
Bokusenou
Bokusenou
Gatenmaru
Gatenmaru
Ryuukotsusei
Ryuukotsusei
Satsuki
Satsuki
Satsuki no Ani
Satsuki no Ani
Imori Youkai
Imori Youkai
Toukajin
Toukajin
Yamainu Youkai
Yamainu Youkai
Serina
Serina
Suzuna
Suzuna
Shouga
Shouga
Bunza
Bunza
Bunza no Chichi
Bunza no Chichi
Koryu
Koryu
Deshi
Deshi
Musou
Musou
Sou Musou
Sou Musou
Souten
Souten
Karan
Karan
Panther King
Panther King
Kuranosuke TAKEDA
Kuranosuke TAKEDA
Rouyakan
Rouyakan
Shunran
Shunran
Shuuran
Shuuran
Shiori
Shiori
Touran
Touran
Taigokumaru
Taigokumaru
Haraiya
Haraiya
Kemukujara no Bakemono
Kemukujara no Bakemono
Tesso
Tesso
Orochidayu
Orochidayu
Izumo
Izumo
Gyu-Oh
Gyu-Oh
Kansuke
Kansuke
Enju
Enju
Kawaramaru
Kawaramaru
Koume
Koume
Sarugami
Sarugami
Hitomi
Hitomi
Tsukumo no Gamajirou
Tsukumo no Gamajirou
Bun
Bun
Gon
Gon
Ken
Ken
Koyuki
Koyuki
Garamaru
Garamaru
Kansuke
Kansuke
Inu no Taisho
Inu no Taisho
Tsubaki
Tsubaki
Yura
Yura
Suzaku of the Flower
Suzaku of the Flower
Mizuki
Mizuki
Suijin
Suijin
Hiten Raijou
Hiten Raijou
Manten Raijou
Manten Raijou
Hiyoshimaru
Hiyoshimaru
Sara Asano
Sara Asano
Entei
Entei
Mouryoumaru
Mouryoumaru
Kanta
Kanta
Midoriko
Midoriko
Koharu
Koharu
Botan
Botan
Hoshiyomi
Hoshiyomi
Tsukiyomi
Tsukiyomi
Eri
Eri
Yuka
Yuka
Ayumi
Ayumi
Mama Higurashi
Mama Higurashi
Grandpa Higurashi
Grandpa Higurashi
Wakana
Wakana
Goho
Goho
Shizu
Shizu
Momiji
Momiji
Ah-Un
Ah-Un
Hosenki
Hosenki
Kagome's Grandpa
Kagome's Grandpa
Kagome's Mom
Kagome's Mom
Mayu
Mayu
Onigumo
Onigumo
Sayo
Sayo
Soul Piper
Soul Piper
Taromaru
Taromaru
The Infant
The Infant
Tsukomo no Gama
Tsukomo no Gama
Water God
Water God
Water Goddess
Water Goddess
Saya
Saya
Nodoka Higurashi
Nodoka Higurashi
Good Suikotsu
Good Suikotsu