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InuYasha
First volume of Viz's English translation of the InuYasha manga
戦国お伽草子–犬夜叉
(Sengoku Otogizōshi InuYasha)
Genre Adventure; Sengoku era sword and sorcery
Manga
Author Rumiko Takahashi
Publisher Flag of Japan Shogakukan
Demographic Shōnen
Serialized in Flag of Japan Weekly Shonen Sunday
Original run 1996 – (ongoing)
Volumes 55 with 553 chapters (as of May 14, 2008)
TV anime
Director Masashi Ikeda (episodes 1 to 44)
Yasunao Aoki (44 onwards)
Studio Sunrise
Network Flag of Japan Animax, Nippon TV, Yomiuri TV
Original run 16 October 200013 September 2004
Episodes 167
Feature movies
  1. InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
  2. InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
  3. InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
  4. InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island

InuYasha (犬夜叉?), full title InuYasha, a Feudal Fairy Tale (戦国お伽草子–犬夜叉 Sengoku Otogizōshi - InuYasha?, "Warring-States Fairy-Tale Book: InuYasha) (romanized as INUYASHA in Japan and sometimes Inuyasha), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. The story centers on a time-traveling middle school student, a half-demon, a lecherous monk, a fox demon, a demon slayer, and a nekomata during the Sengoku period who seek to find all the fragments of the Jewel of Four Souls (Shikon no Tama) and to keep them out of the hands of evildoers, especially Naraku. Image File history File links Flag_of_Catalonia. ... K3 is a public television channel operated by Televisió de Catalunya which is available in analogue and DDT in Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia, Andorra, Northern Catalonia and partly in Aragón. ... is the 289th day of the year (290th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... is the 256th day of the year (257th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This is the complete episode listing for all the animation produced for InuYasha (犬夜叉) based on the manga authored by Rumiko Takahashi. ... This is the complete episode listing for all the animation produced for InuYasha (犬夜叉) based on the manga authored by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Japanese writing Kanji Kana Hiragana Katakana Hentaigana Manyōgana Uses Furigana Okurigana Rōmaji The romanization of Japanese is the use of the Latin alphabet (called rōmaji )   in Japanese) to write the Japanese language, which is normally written in logographic characters borrowed from Chinese (kanji) and syllabic scripts... This article is about the comics created in Japan. ... Takahashi is one of the wealthiest women in Japan. ... For other uses, see Student (disambiguation). ... “Fiend” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Monk (disambiguation). ... Prince Hanzoku terrorized by a nine-tailed fox. ... Nekomata walking on its hind legs, illustrated by Toriyama Sekien. ... “Sengoku” redirects here. ... The Jewel of Four Souls (四魂の玉, Shikon no Tama) or Shikon Jewel, is a fictional, magical jewel in the anime and manga series InuYasha. ... For the Buddhist underworld, see Naraka (Buddhism). ...


The manga was adapted into a 167 episode anime series produced by Sunrise. Masashi Ikeda directed the first forty-four episodes, while Yasunao Aoki directed the remainder of the series. InuYasha premiered on Yomiuri TV in Japan on 16 October 2000 and ran until 13 September 2004. The television run of the anime ceased without a conclusion to the story. As of May 2008, the manga is still being released in Japan, but has recently begun its final story arc. Animé redirects here. ... Sunrise logo Founded in 1972, Sunrise Inc. ... Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation(abbreviation: YTV, Japanese name: 讀賣テレビ放送株式会社, Yomiuri-terebi-hōsō) is a Japanese TV station in Osaka. ... is the 289th day of the year (290th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... is the 256th day of the year (257th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


In 2002, the manga won the Shogakukan Manga Award for best shōnen title of the year.[1] The Shogakukan Manga Award is one of Japans major manga awards sponsored by Shogakukan Publishing. ... Bleach , a well-known example of Shōnen manga This article is about the shōnen style of anime and manga. ...

Contents

Synopsis

The story begins in Feudal Japan, when InuYasha, a half-demon (han'yō), steals the Jewel of Four Souls from a village. The Jewel of Four Souls is an item that can increase one's powers enormously. InuYasha does not get far before Kikyo, the young miko of the village, shoots him with a sacred arrow that indefinitely seals him onto Goshinboku, a sacred tree in the nearby forest. After being mortally wounded, Kikyo tells her younger sister, Kaede, to burn the jewel with her body to prevent it from falling into the hands of evil. Image File history File links ShikonNoTama. ... Image File history File links ShikonNoTama. ... The Jewel of Four Souls (四魂の玉, Shikon no Tama) or Shikon Jewel, is a fictional, magical jewel in the anime and manga series InuYasha. ... Jidaigeki (時代劇) is a genre of film and television in Japan. ... InuYasha also romanized as Inuyasha) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi and is the hero and title character of the franchise. ... The Jewel of Four Souls (四魂の玉, Shikon no Tama) or Shikon Jewel, is a fictional, magical jewel in the anime and manga series InuYasha. ... Kikyo ) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Miko at Aso shrine in Aso, Japan Miko lit. ... The Goshinboku (the Sacred God Tree) or Tree of Ages is a fictional tree which appears in the manga and anime InuYasha. ... Kaede Kaede (楓) is a miko in the manga and anime series Inuyasha. ...


In modern Tokyo, a junior high school girl named Kagome Higurashi is on her way to school. She stops in the well house of her family's Shinto shrine to retrieve her cat, Buyo, when a centipede demon emerges from the well and pulls her into the Sengoku period of Japan. Kagome Higurashi ) is a fictional character from the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Shinto ) is the native religion of Japan and was once its state religion. ... “Sengoku” redirects here. ...


Not knowing where she is, Kagome wanders around a forest near the well. She spots Goshinboku off in the distance and proceeds towards it. On the tree, she finds InuYasha, who is still sealed in an enchanted sleep. Villagers seize her and take her to the old priestess, Kaede. Recognizing that Kagome is the reincarnation of her sister Kikyo, Kaede tells her the story of Kikyo and InuYasha. A central plot device in the anime and manga InuYasha, the fictional Bone Eaters Well is supposedly so called because it was once used to dispose of the bones of defeated yōkai. ...


The centipede attacks again, and Kagome is forced to release InuYasha from his enchantment so he can kill it. After defeating the centipede, InuYasha tries to take the Jewel of Four Souls from Kagome. In order to thwart InuYasha and to save Kagome's life, Kaede places magical prayer beads around InuYasha's neck so that Kagome can subdue him. InuYasha also romanized as Inuyasha) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi and is the hero and title character of the franchise. ...


The Jewel of Four Souls attracts more demons, and in a battle against a carrion crow demon, the jewel is shattered into numerous shards that spread across Japan.


Kagome and InuYasha set out to collect the shards and restore the Jewel of Four Souls. Along the way, they befriend Shippo, a fox demon; Miroku, a cursed monk; and Sango, a demon-slayer whose brother was possessed and forced to slaughter the rest of his village. The group encounters many friends and foes during the adventure, including InuYasha's older half-brother Sesshomaru; Kikyo, who was resurrected with part of Kagome's soul; Naraku, who tricked Kikyo and InuYasha into turning against each other; and a wolf demon named Koga, who is in love with Kagome and constantly bickers with InuYasha. Shippo ) is a character in the anime and manga series InuYasha. ... Miroku ) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series InuYasha by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Sango coral) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Sesshomaru ) is a fictional character and anti-hero in the anime and manga series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi. ... For the Buddhist underworld, see Naraka (Buddhism). ... Kōga lit. ...


Characters

Kagome Higurashi (日暮 かごめ Higurashi Kagome?) Voiced by: Satsuki Yukino (Japanese), Moneca Stori (English)
Kagome is a fifteen-year-old ninth grade student. She is the reincarnation of Kikyo, a miko (priestess) who died fifty years before the time Kagome first emerged from the Bone Eater's Well in the Sengoku period. Because of this, Kagome has powerful spiritual powers and can sense the shards of the Shikon Jewel, an item that is said to balance the forces of good and evil, and resembles Kikyo. Kagome can be extremely sweet, but can also become very dangerous and aggressive when provoked. InuYasha wears a special bead necklace that forces him to respond to Kagome's command "Osuwari!", which translates to "Sit!" in English. In the English-dubbed version, "InuYasha, sit!" or "Sit, boy!" are sometimes used instead. Following the command, InuYasha is thrown to the ground. Kaede had placed the necklace upon InuYasha because he had threatened to kill Kagome if she refused to give the Jewel of Four Souls to him.[2]
InuYasha (犬夜叉?) Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi (Japanese), Richard Ian Cox (English)
InuYasha is a hanyō (half-demon), the product of an inu-yōkai (犬妖怪? dog demon) and a human. He wields Tetsusaiga, a supernatural sword made from one of his deceased father's fangs. When properly wielded, the sword can destroy one hundred demons with a single swing. InuYasha can quickly recover from injuries that would be fatal to a human, largely due to his demonic blood. During the first night of each lunar month (new moon), InuYasha changes into a normal human with black hair and brown eyes and loses his demonic powers. InuYasha was bound to Goshinboku by Kikyo's arrow for fifty years until Kagome freed him.
Miroku (弥勒?) Voiced by: Kōji Tsujitani (Japanese), Kirby Morrow (English)
Miroku is a Buddhist "hōshi" (low-ranking, itinerant monk) who travels the countryside performing services such as exorcisms and yōkai exterminations to earn his living. He suffers from a hereditary curse originally inflicted upon his grandfather Miyatsu (also a Buddhist monk) by Naraku. The curse created a hole in his hand that became a kazaana (風洞? air void or "wind tunnel") that sucks in anything that is not nailed down, regardless of its mass. However, absorbing poisons or sharp objects harms him and can decrease his total life-span, a fact Naraku takes advantage of by creating highly poisonous insects whose presence prevents Miroku from using his kazāna on Naraku or his allies. Miroku uses the kazāna as a powerful weapon against yōkai, but if the curse is not broken (by defeating Naraku), it will grow too large to control and will consume Miroku himself. Miroku is a talented con artist who does not hesitate to invent fictitious supernatural menaces, which he can then offer to combat in return for food and shelter. He has a distinct weakness for single women. He makes a point of asking every attractive woman he meets if she will bear his child, and he habitually strokes the buttocks of attractive women. Miroku eventually proposes to Sango, though this does little to curb his flirtations with other women.
Sango (珊瑚?) Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (Japanese), Kelly Sheridan (English)
Sango is a serious "yōkai taijiya" (demon slayer) who hails from a village of professional demon slayers. Sango wields the Hiraikotsu, a massive boomerang made of yōkai bones, and uses a broad repertoire of tools and tricks to battle yōkai. Sango seeks revenge against Naraku for the death of her family and her entire village. In addition, Sango seeks to rescue her brother Kohaku from Naraku's influence and somehow save his life, even though Kohaku's life is tied to the jewel shard embedded in his back. She eventually develops romantic feelings for Miroku. Despite the fact that everyone but InuYasha notices her interest, she refuses to admit it exists. The manifestation of her interest often takes the form of hitting Miroku when he flirts with other single women.
Shippo (七宝 Shippō?) Voiced by: Kumiko Watanabe (Japanese), Jillian Michaels (English)
Shippo is a young orphan kitsune (fox demon) whose father was killed by the Thunder Brothers, Hiten and Manten, and the first character in the story to join InuYasha and Kagome in their travels. Shippo can shape shift, but his forms are temporary and often incomplete and ineffective, such that he is usually given away by his tail. His other noteworthy abilities are using illusionary tricks with toys like his giant spinning top attack, using his race's notable foxfire magic, and duplicating things, such as leaves or his own body. He tends to be naively observant and often makes pointed and cheeky comments directed towards InuYasha, earning him a retaliatory rap on the head for his unsolicited "advice".
Kirara (雲母?) Voiced by: Tarako
Kirara is Sango's faithful nekomata. She has cream-colored fur, black ears, two black stripes on each of her two bushy tails near the tip, and black-tipped paws. Kirara can change between two forms: a ferocious lion-sized yōkai with the ability to fly, and a cute kitten. Sango, Miroku, and Shippo often use Kirara's flying ability as transportation in order to keep up with InuYasha. (In the English dub, her name is pronounced "Kee-Lah-Lah", because the Japanese language treats "r" and "l" as one phoneme.)
Sesshomaru (殺生丸 Sesshōmaru?) Voiced by: Ken Narita (Japanese), David Kaye (English)
Sesshomaru is the yōkai son of the powerful Inu no Taishou and InuYasha's half-brother. Sesshomaru believes that struggle is the only way to survive, and throughout most of the series, he shows his contempt for InuYasha. Although Sesshomaru inherited his father's Tenseiga, which can bring a hundred people back to life with a single swing, he originally coveted InuYasha's inheritance, a powerful sword. However, a spell was cast on the sword so that a full yōkai cannot touch it without burning his flesh. Despite knowing that he cannot touch the sword, Sesshomaru still desires to take it from InuYasha. Throughout the series, Sesshomaru's compassion gradually grows as his rivalry with InuYasha decreases.

This is a list of characters from InuYasha, the manga and anime series by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Kagome Higurashi ) is a fictional character from the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Yuki Inoue ), better known by her stage name Satsuki Yukino ), is a popular voice actress (seiyÅ«) in Japan. ... Moneca Stori is a Canadian voice actor known mostly for her role as Kagome Higurashi in the English version of InuYasha. ... Kikyo ) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Miko at Aso shrine in Aso, Japan Miko lit. ... A central plot device in the anime and manga InuYasha, the fictional Bone Eaters Well is supposedly so called because it was once used to dispose of the bones of defeated yōkai. ... “Sengoku” redirects here. ... InuYasha also romanized as Inuyasha) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi and is the hero and title character of the franchise. ... InuYasha also romanized as Inuyasha) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi and is the hero and title character of the franchise. ... InuYasha also romanized as Inuyasha) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi and is the hero and title character of the franchise. ... Kappei Yamaguchi ) (real name: Mitsuo Yamaguchi )) (born May 23, 1965) is a male seiyÅ« from Fukuoka, Fukuoka, affiliated with GokÅ« and 21st Century Fox. ... Richard Ian Cox (born October 3, 1973 in St. ... A hanyō ), appearing in modern Japanese manga and anime, is the product of a union between a supernatural being (commonly a yōkai) and a human. ... Tetsusaiga (鉄砕牙, correctly Tessaiga) is a fictional sword in the anime and manga InuYasha, wielded by half-human, half-yōkai (hanyō) InuYasha. ... In lunar calendars, a lunar month is the time between two successive similar syzygies (new moons or full moons). ... The lunar phase depends on the Moons position in orbit around Earth. ... The Goshinboku (the Sacred God Tree) or Tree of Ages is a fictional tree which appears in the manga and anime InuYasha. ... Kikyo ) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Kagome Higurashi ) is a fictional character from the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Miroku ) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series InuYasha by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Miroku ) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series InuYasha by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Kōji Tsujitani ) is a seiyÅ« born April 26, 1962 credited for voicing many anime and video game characters. ... Kirby Morrow (born August 28, 1973 in Jasper, Alberta) is a voice actor, stand-up comedian, and television and stage actor. ... Exorcism is the practice of evicting demons or other evil spiritual entities which are supposed to have possessed (taken control of) a person or object. ... For the scientific journal Heredity see Heredity (journal) Heredity (the adjective is hereditary) is the transfer of characters from parent to offspring, either through their genes or through the social institution called inheritance (for example, a title of nobility is passed from individual to individual according to relevant customs and... Sango coral) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Sango coral) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Houko Kuwashima ) is a seiyÅ« and singer born December 12, 1975 in Kanegasaki, Isawa, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. ... Kelly Sheridan is a Canadian voice actor based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. ... Hiraikotsu (飛来骨, ) is the favoured weapon of Sango the demon slayer from the popular anime and manga InuYasha. ... This article is about the wooden implement. ... Shippo ) is a character in the anime and manga series InuYasha. ... Kumiko Watanabe , born October 7, 1965) is a seiyÅ« born in Chiba, Japan. ... Jillian Michaels is a Canadian voice actor who has done English dubs of Japanese anime like InuYasha, Hamtaro, and Silent Möbius. ... Prince Hanzoku terrorized by a nine-tailed fox. ... Kirara mica) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Kirara mica) is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha. ... Tarako, born Tarako Isono ), is a seiyÅ« and singer-songwriter born on December 17, 1960 in Ota, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. ... Nekomata walking on its hind legs, illustrated by Toriyama Sekien. ... For other uses, see Cream (disambiguation). ... Not to be confused with the Javanese language. ... In human language, a phoneme is the theoretical representation of a sound. ... Sesshomaru ) is a fictional character and anti-hero in the anime and manga series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Ken Narita ), born as Tsutomu Narita , born May 18, 1964) is a seiyÅ« who was born in Saitama. ... David V. Hope (born 14 October 1964), known professionally as David Kaye, is a Canadian actor who is better recognized for his work as a voice actor. ... The Tenseiga (天生牙) is a fictional demon sword from the anime and manga series InuYasha. ...

Media

Manga

See also: List of InuYasha chapters

The manga is serialized in Japan in the weekly magazine Shonen Sunday by Shogakukan. The first installment was issued on 13 November 1996. Every 180 pages (usually ten chapters), the issues are collected in a bound tankōbon. The latest chapter (published on 14 May 2008) is chapter 553, "Incident at the Well". In chapter 530, published in the 11 November 2007 issue of Shonen Sunday, Takahashi announced the manga was entering its final arc. This is a list of volumes and chapters of the manga InuYasha ) based on the official English translation by Viz. ... Weekly Shonen Sunday (少年サンデー Shōnen SandÄ“) is a shōnen manga magazine published by Shogakukan. ... Headquarters of Shogakukan in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan Shogakukan ) is a Japanese publisher of dictionaries, literature, manga, nonfiction, childrens DVDs, and other media in Japan. ... is the 317th day of the year (318th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... Tankōbon ) is the Japanese term for a compilation volume of a particular series (such as a manga or a novel series, magazine articles, essays, craft patterns, etc. ... is the 134th day of the year (135th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance to the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 315th day of the year (316th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... Weekly Shonen Sunday (少年サンデー Shōnen SandÄ“) is a shōnen manga magazine published by Shogakukan. ...


In the United States, the English version is published by Viz Media. The artwork is flipped to conform to the American convention of reading left to right. (Both the order and each individual frame are flipped, mirror image.) Volume one was published in March 1998, with either two or three new volumes following each year. Currently, one volume is published per quarter. The most recent volume, volume thirty-three, was released on 8 April 2008. The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Viz Media, LLC, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a major American anime, manga and Japanese entertainment company formed by the merger of Viz, LLC, and ShoPro Entertainment. ... is the 98th day of the year (99th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance to the Gregorian calendar. ...


Anime

See also: List of InuYasha episodes

The InuYasha anime series spanned 167 episodes. It was broadcast across Japan by the anime satellite television network Animax, which also aired the series on its English-language network in South Asia and on its networks in East Asia, Yomiuri TV and Nippon Television. The series ended its television run in Japan on 13 September 2004. The adaptation ended at the equivalent of the thirty-sixth manga volume, in chapter 356. This is the complete episode listing for all the animation produced for InuYasha (犬夜叉) based on the manga authored by Rumiko Takahashi. ... Animax ) is a Japanese anime satellite television network, established and owned by Sony Corporation, and dedicated to broadcasting anime programming. ... Map of South Asia (see note on Kashmir). ... This article is about the geographical region. ... Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation(abbreviation: YTV, Japanese name: 讀賣テレビ放送株式会社, Yomiuri-terebi-hōsō) is a Japanese TV station in Osaka. ... Nippon Television Tower (headquarters) in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan Nippon Television Network Corporation ) (TYO: 9404 ) is a television network in Shiodome area of Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan owned by the Yomiuri Shimbun. ... is the 256th day of the year (257th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


The anime is licensed in North America by Viz and ShoPro Entertainment, with dubbing by the The Ocean Group. It was first broadcast in the United States on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim on 31 August 2002 in dubbed form. In the United States, the final episode of InuYasha aired on 27 October 2006. As of May 3, 2008, the series is in rotation, with two episodes airing every Saturday at 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time and two episodes airing all seven days per week at 5:00 a.m. Eastern Time. North American redirects here. ... Viz Media, LLC, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a major American anime, manga and Japanese entertainment company formed by the merger of Viz, LLC, and ShoPro Entertainment. ... ShoPro Entertainment (小学館プロダクション) is the U.S. licensing arm of Shogakukan, a Japanese publisher. ... In filmmaking, dubbing or looping is the process of recording or replacing voices for a motion picture. ... The Ocean Group is a production company located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada that specializes in localizing foreign animation (most often anime) into English, including doing translation, dubbing and subtitling. ... For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ... Adult Swim is the name for an adult-oriented television programming network. ... is the 243rd day of the year (244th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also see: 2002 (number). ... is the 300th day of the year (301st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 123rd day of the year (124th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance to the Gregorian calendar. ... The Eastern Standard Time Zone (abbreviated EST) is a geographic region that keeps time by subtracting five hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). ... The Eastern Standard Time Zone (abbreviated EST) is a geographic region that keeps time by subtracting five hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). ...


The series premiered in Canada on YTV on 5 September 2003. YTV's Bionix programming block aired the final episode on 1 December 2006. Reruns continued to air in the Bionix block until 12 October 2007. This article is about the Canadian television network. ... is the 248th day of the year (249th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Bionix logo. ... is the 335th day of the year (336th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 285th day of the year (286th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...


InuYasha has also been dubbed in Mandarin Chinese and aired on Xing Kong, a Taiwanese TV Channel. It has also been dubbed in Bahasa Melayu on NTV7, and currently runs on TV9. This article is on all of the Northern Chinese dialects. ... STAR Xing Kong Xing Kong is a Mandarin language TV Channel owned by STAR TV. It was voted Satellite Channel of the Year at the 2002 China Television Programme Awards. ... This article is about the history, geography, and people of the island known as Taiwan. ... The Malay language, also known locally as Bahasa Melayu, is an Austronesian language spoken by the Malay people who are native to the Malay peninsula, southern Thailand, Singapore and parts of Sumatra. ... Natseven TV Sdn Bhd or better known as ntv7, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Media Prima Berhad, offering premium and distinctive wholesome entertainment, information and education programmes for the discerning TV viewers in Malaysia. ... TV9 is a Telugu language television channel broadcast by Associated Broadcasting Company Private Limited of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. ...


DVD releases

On 16 April 2007, the first twelve InuYasha episodes were released on DVD in the United Kingdom. In the United States, the first four seasons have been released both as season box sets and as individual disks, with the fifth season set for release 29 July 2008. Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... is the 106th day of the year (107th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...

DVD releases for Region 1 (U.S. and Canada)
Season Episodes Discs Features DVD release date
1 1 - 27 5
  • Japanese and English audio options
  • English subtitles
7 September 2004
2 28 - 54 5
  • Japanese and English audio options
  • English subtitles
8 November 2005
3 55 - 81 5
  • Japanese and English audio options
  • English subtitles
12 September 2006
4 82 - 99 4
  • Japanese and English audio options
  • English subtitles
4 September 2007
DVD releases for Region 2 (UK)
Season Episodes Discs Features DVD release date
1a 1 - 12 2
  • Japanese and English audio options
  • English subtitles
16 April 2007

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Movies

Four movies, which exist separately from the anime time line, have been released in Japan. All four movies have also been released as Region 1 DVDs by Viz Media. The first movie, InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (映画犬夜叉 時代を越える想い Eiga InuYasha: Jidai o Koeru Omoi?), was released in Japan on 16 December 2001. In the movie, InuYasha, Kagome, Shippo, Sango, and Miroku must face Menomaru, a demonic enemy brought to life by a jewel shard, as they continue their quest for the Shikon Jewel shards. The following is an excerpt of the article entitled DVD. For the sake of convenience, the terms Region 0, Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 and Region 8 redirect to this page. ... is the 350th day of the year (351st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the year. ...


InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (映画犬夜叉 鏡の中の夢幻城 Eiga InuYasha: Kagami no Naka no Mugenjō?) was released on 21 December 2002, and depicts the group defeating Naraku and returning to their normal lives. Their short period of peace is interrupted when a new enemy emerges: Kaguya, the ruler of the eternal night. is the 355th day of the year (356th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also see: 2002 (number). ...


InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler (映画犬夜叉 天下覇道の剣 Eiga InuYasha: Tenka Hadō no Ken?) was released on 20 December 2003. It gives some background into the story of Inu no Taishou's love for Izayoi, InuYasha's mother. So'unga, a legendary sword that belonged to InuYasha's father, is unleashed from its centuries-old seal and seeks to destroy the Earth and all life on it. Thus, InuYasha must join forces with his brother, Sesshomaru, and destroy the sword before it destroys the world. is the 354th day of the year (355th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Inu no Taishou ) is a fictional character from the InuYasha manga series. ... Izayoi Izayoi is Inuyashas mother, a human princess. ...


The fourth movie, InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island (映画犬夜叉 紅蓮の蓬莱島 Eiga InuYasha: Guren no Hōraijima?), was released on 23 December 2004. The reappearance of the mysterious island of Houraijima after fifty years incurs the wrath of the four gods, the Shitoushin. With their eyes set on the powers that protect and sustain the island, the Shitoushin must be defeated while InuYasha and his friends try to help the children that are trapped on that island escape. is the 357th day of the year (358th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Music

All the music that was used in the series and films were licensed from the Japanese record company, Avex Trax. Avex Trax logo Avex Trax or Avex Entertainment Corporation is a music record label originally from Japan. ...


Opening themes

"Change the world"
  • Opening for episodes: 1 - 34
  • Lyrics by Rie Matsumoto, music by Miki Watanabe and arranged by Keiichi Ueno
  • Performed by V6
"I Am"
  • Opening for episodes: 35 - 64
  • Lyrics by hitomi, music by Masato Kitano and arranged by Zentaro Watanabe
  • Performed by hitomi
"Unending Dream" (終わりない夢 Owari nai Yume?)
  • Opening for episodes: 65 - 95
  • Lyrics by Nanase Aikawa, music by Hiroshi Shibazaki and arranged by Kaname
  • Performed by Nanase Aikawa
"Grip!"
  • Opening for episodes: 96 - 127
  • Lyrics by Kaori Mochida, music by Kazuhiro Kara and arranged by Hal
  • Performed by Every Little Thing
"One Day, One Dream"
  • Opening for episodes: 128 - 153
  • Lyrics by Hideyuki Kohata, music by Kei Yoshikawa and arranged by Chokkaku
  • Performed by Tackey & Tsubasa
"Angelus" (アンジェラス Anjerasu?)
  • Opening for episodes: 154 - 167
  • Lyrics by Bounceback, music by Bulge and arranged by Yasuaki Maejima
  • Performed by Hitomi Shimatani

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Ending themes

"My will"
  • Ending for episodes: 1 - 20, and 167
  • Lyrics by Mai Matsumuro, music by Yasho Ohtani, arranged by Keisuke Kikuchi and chorus arrangement by Yas Kitajima
  • Performed by dream
"Deep Forest" (深い森 Fukai Mori?)
  • Ending for episodes: 21 - 41
  • Lyrics by D-A-I, music by D-A-I, and arranged by D-A-I and Seiji Kameda
  • Performed by Do As Infinity
"Dearest"
  • Ending for episodes: 42 - 60
  • Lyrics by Ayumi Hamasaki, music by CREA (Ayumi Hamasaki) + D-A-I and arranged by Naoto Suzuki
  • Performed by Ayumi Hamasaki
"Every Heart" (ミンナノキモチ Minna no Kimochi?)
  • Ending for episodes: 61 - 85
  • Lyrics by Natsumi Watanabe, music by Bounceback and arranged by H-wonder
  • Performed by BoA
"Song of Truth" (真実の詩 Shinjitsu no Uta?)
  • Ending for episodes: 86 - 108
  • Lyrics by D-A-I, music by D-A-I, and arranged by D-A-I and Seiji Kameda
  • Performed by Do As Infinity
"Mischievous Kiss" (イタズラな Kiss Itazura na Kiss?)
"Come"
  • Ending for episodes: 128 - 147
  • Lyrics by Kask/Mansson/Cunnah and music by Kask/Mansson/Cunnah
  • Japanese lyrics by Yuriko Mori and arranged by Cobra Endo
  • Performed by Namie Amuro
"Change the world"
  • Special ending for episode: 148
  • Lyrics by Rie Matsumoto, music by Miki Watanabe and arranged by Keiichi Ueno
  • Performed by V6
"Brand new world"
  • Ending for episodes: 149 - 166
  • Lyrics by Mizue, music by Ōyagihirō and arranged by Masaki Iehara
  • Performed by V6

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Movie themes

"No More Words"
  • From InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
  • Lyrics by Ayumi Hamasaki, music by CREA and Do As Infinity, and arranged by Naoto Suzuki and Tasuku
  • Performed by Ayumi Hamasaki
"Rock" (ゆらゆら Yura Yura?)
  • From InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
  • Lyrics by Kaori Mochida, music by Kunio Tako and arranged by Yasuo Otani, Masafumi Nakao and Ichiro Ito
  • Performed by Every Little Thing
"Song of Love" (愛の歌 Ai no Uta?)
  • Insert song from InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
  • Lyrics by Kaori Mochida, music by Kunio Tako and arranged by Akira Murata
  • Performed by Every Little Thing
"Four Seasons"
  • From InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
  • Lyrics by JUSME, music by MONK and arranged by MONK
  • Performed by Namie Amuro
"Paradise" (楽園 Rakuen?)
  • From InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island
  • Lyrics by Ryo Owatari, music by Do As Infinity and arranged by Do As Infinity and Seiji Kameda
  • Performed by Do As Infinity

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Games

InuYasha has been adapted into a mobile game released for Java and Brew handsets on 21 June 2005,[3] an English-language original Trading card game created by Score Entertainment that was first released on 20 October 2004, and the following video game console games: Prose is writing distinguished from poetry by its greater variety of rhythm and its closer resemblance to everyday speech. ... Java language redirects here. ... BREW is an application development platform created by Qualcomm for mobile phones. ... is the 172nd day of the year (173rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Collectible card games (CCGs), also called customizable card games or trading card games, are played using specially designed sets of cards. ... The Score Entertainment logo Score Entertainment is a trading card design and manufacturing company based in Arlington, Texas. ... is the 293rd day of the year (294th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Game console redirects here. ...

Title Console Release date Notes
InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale PlayStation 9 April 2003
(North America)
Japanese title: InuYasha: Sengoku Otogi Kassen (戦国お伽草子–犬夜叉)
InuYasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask PlayStation 2 1 November 2004 (North America) Japanese title: InuYasha: Juso no Kamen (犬夜叉 呪詛の仮面)
InuYasha: Feudal Combat PlayStation 2 23 August 2005 (North America) Japanese title: InuYasha: Ōgi-Ranbu (犬夜叉 奥義乱舞)
InuYasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel Nintendo DS 23 January 2007 (North America) English only.[4]
Inuyasha: Kagome no Sengoku Nikki (犬夜叉 ~かごめの戦国日記 InuYasha: Kagome's Warring States Diary?) WonderSwan 2 November 2001 (Japan) Japanese only.
Inuyasha: Fūun Emaki (犬夜叉 風雲絵巻?) WonderSwan 27 July 2002 (Japan) Japanese only.
Inuyasha: Kagome no Yume Nikki (犬夜叉 かごめの夢日記 InuYasha: Kagome's Dream Diary?) WonderSwan 16 November 2002 (Japan) Japanese only.
Inuyasha: Naraku no Wana! Mayoi no Mori no Shōtaijō (犬夜叉~奈落の罠!迷いの森の招待状 InuYasha: Naraku's Trap! Invitation to the Forest of Illusion?) Game Boy Advance 23 January 2002 (Japan) Japanese only.

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Reception

The manga won the 2002 Shogakukan Manga Award for best shōnen title of the year. The Shogakukan Manga Award is one of Japans major manga awards sponsored by Shogakukan Publishing. ... Bleach , a well-known example of Shōnen manga This article is about the shōnen style of anime and manga. ...


The InuYasha graphic novels continue to show strong sales numbers. Volume nineteen of the InuYasha manga series has been ranked third on Nielsen BookScan’s Graphic Novel Top Fifty List for the week ending 3 October 2004, and volume one ranks eighteenth in its seventy-seventh straight week on the list, confirming a growing interest in the manga among new fans.[5] is the 276th day of the year (277th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


InuYasha made its debut on Cartoon Network's Saturday Adult Swim Block on 31 August 2002. It first aired weekly and then changed to air new episodes five nights a week. The show has been run and rerun repeatedly and reruns are still aired seven nights per week. New manga is still being produced well beyond the point where the anime stops. For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ... is the 243rd day of the year (244th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also see: 2002 (number). ...


According to Viz, the feature film InuYasha: Affections Touching Across Time has sold over 30,000 DVD units to date.[citation needed]


References

  1. ^ 小学館漫画賞:歴代受賞者 (Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved on 2007-08-19.
  2. ^ InuYasha anime episode 2
  3. ^ InuYasha mobile phone game
  4. ^ ign.com
  5. ^ Anime Tourist: The Popularity of InuYasha, 19 October 2004

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Inuyasha is a reckless han'yō, the result of a relationship between a powerful Inu yōkai lord and an attractive human noblewoman.
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