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Rumiko Takahashi is the author and illustrator of the Japanese manga series Inuyasha. After falling into a well at her family shrine, Kagome Higurashi, a fifteen-year-old middle school girl from modern-day Tokyo, is sent to the Sengoku era. She encounters the half-dog demon, half-human Inuyasha. When the sacred Shikon Jewel resurfaces from deep within Kagome’s body, she breaks it into hundreds of shards that disperse over Japan.

Inuyasha and Kagome go out to retrieve the Jewel’s shards, and they’re joined by the lecherous monk Miroku, the demon slayer Sango, and the fox demon Shippo on their journey. They go out together to restore the Shikon Jewel before the wicked half-demon Naraku takes it.

From November 1996 to June 2008, Inuyasha was serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shnen Sunday, with chapters compiled into 56 tankbon volumes by Shogakukan. In contrast to most of Takahashi’s earlier work, Inuyasha deals with a darker and more serious subject matter, utilizing the Sengoku period setting to readily convey the violent material while keeping some humorous elements.

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Sunrise created two anime television series based on the manga. From October 2000 until September 2004, Yomiuri TV broadcasted the first for 167 episodes. From October 2009 to March 2010, the second series, Inuyasha: The Final Act, aired for 26 episodes, covering the remainder of the manga series. In addition, four feature films and an original video animation were published. Video games and a light novel are among the other items available. Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, a sequel anime television series, aired in October 2020.

For North America, Viz Media has licensed the manga, two anime series, and films. From 2002 until 2015, Adult Swim (and later its resurrected Toonami program) aired both Inuyasha and Inuyasha: The Final Act in the United States.

As of September 2020, the manga series had sold over 50 million copies. The comic was awarded the 47th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shnen category in 2002.

Kagome Higurashi lives with her mother, grandpa, and younger brother on the grounds of her family’s Shinto shrine in modern-day Tokyo. Kagome gets lured into the enshrined Bone Eater’s Well (, Honekui no Ido) by a centipede demon that rises from it on her fifteenth birthday while hunting for her cat.

Rather than hitting rock bottom, Kagome finds herself in a parallel reality during Japan’s Sengoku era, albeit one set in the past. The demon had been slain fifty years before by Kikyo, a warrior priestess who had previously held the Shikon Jewel (, Shikon no Tama, lit.

“The Jewel of Four Souls”), a tremendously magical item formed from the priestess Midoriko’s sacrifice that offers the possessor whatever wish they desire. Kagome is revealed to be the reincarnation of Kikyo, who has since passed away. The Shikon Jewel was burned together with Kikyo’s body to completely extinguish it from this world, keeping it safe from those who would wield its power for evil.

When Kagome discovers a sleeping kid pinned to a tree by a sacred arrow, she discovers that he is Inuyasha, a half-human, half-demon (ykai) who Kikyo tied to the tree as her final act when he attempted to take the jewel.

When Inuyasha turns against her and attempts to take the gem again, Kagome employs a magical beaded necklace to keep him in line while uttering “sit” or “sit boy,” causing him to forcefully tumble to the ground. The Shikon Gem is removed from Kagome’s body and stolen by a crow demon, which Kagome kills with an arrow, but in the process, shatters the jewel into numerous pieces, which disperse over Japan and into the control of other demons and humans.

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