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"InuYasha" (2000) More at IMDbPro »"Inuyasha" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Toki o koeta shoujo to fun'in sareta shounen

16 October 2000
In feudal Japan, the half demon Inuyasha was sealed away by the priestess Kikyo. Many years later he is revived by Kagome, who has slipped through time from the present day. Kagome is surprised when the sacred Shikon Jewel, which makes demons stronger, emerges from a cut on her body.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Kagome's Grandpa (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Sôta Higurashi (voice)
Rei Igarashi ... Mistress Centipede (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Rikichi (voice)
Mika Itô ... Young Kaede (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager B (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager C (voice)
Tomohisa Asou ... Old Person (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (Animax Asia dub)
Pauline Newstone ... Mistress Centipede (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 2: Shikon no tama o nerau monotachi

23 October 2000

Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Hisao Egawa ... Boss (voice)
Rei Igarashi ... Mistress Centipede (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Rikichi (voice)
Tomohisa Asou ... Old Person (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Shokichi (voice)
Takumi Kurebayashi ... Mother (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Warrior A (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Warrior B (voice)
Takeharu Onishi ... Warrior C (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 3: Honegui no ido kara tadaima!

3 October 2000
Kagome has the ability to see pieces of the Shikon Jewel. Inuyasha has the power to defeat demons. Both of their powers are needed to gather the shards of the jewel that were scattered, but the two don't get along. The demon Yura, who is after the jewel, manipulates villagers to attack Inuyasha.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Akiko Yajima ... Yura of the Hair (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Tomoko Hiratsuji ... Mother (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)

Chiara Zanni ... Yura of the Hair (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 4: Sakasagami no youma Yura

6 November 2000
Kagome has returned to the present day and is relaxing in her home when Inuyasha comes looking for her. Some of Yura's demonic hair is on his body. Kagome and Inuyasha return to feudal Japan to exterminate the Yura of the hair.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Akiko Yajima ... Yura of the Hair (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Kagome's Grandpa (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother (voice: English version)

Chiara Zanni ... Yura of the Hair (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 5: Aristocratic Assassin, Sesshomaru

13 November 2000
Kagome learns that Inuyasha is a half demon, born of a human mother and a dog demon. Inuyasha's half brother Sesshomaru appears, looking for the tomb of their father. In order to manipulate Inuyasha, he brings Inuyasha's dead human mother with him. But the woman turns out to be a demon known as a muonna.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ... InuYasha's Mother / Mu-Onna (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Akiko Yajima ... Yura of the Hair (voice)
Takehiro Murozono ... Samurai General (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Samurai (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Samurai (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Samurai (voice)
Kôji Haramaki ... Samurai (voice)
Hiroaki Miura ... Samurai (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Child (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Child (voice)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Alaina Burnett ... InuYasha's Mother (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother (voice: English version)

Chiara Zanni ... Yura of the Hair (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 6: Tetsusaiga: The Phantom Sword

20 November 2000
The muonna makes Inuyasha reveal the location of his father's grave. Sesshomaru removes Inuyasha's right eye (the black pearl) and opens the entrance to the grave. Kagome is angered by Sesshomaru's cruelty. She goes with Inuyasha after Sesshomaru. Inside their father's tomb is a memento of Inuyasha's father, the sword Tetsusaiga.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myôga (voice)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ... InuYasha's Mother / Mu-Onna (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Villager (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Demon Underling (voice)
Masaki Kawanabe ... Villager (voice)
Yutaka Shibayama ... Villager (voice)
Takatsugu Awazu ... Villager (voice)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Alaina Burnett ... Unmother (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 7: Showdown! Inuyasha vs. Sesshomaru!

27 November 2000
Kagome is able to pull out the Tetsusaiga. Sesshomaru tries to kill her, and Inuyasha is angered and fights to protect Kagome. His will to protect a human changes the Tetsusaiga into its true form, a fang sword.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Yukio Yoda ... Kemari Player (voice)
Hideki Tasaka ... Kemari Player (voice)
Masahito Kawanago ... Kemari Player (voice)
Koichi Kuriyama ... Kemari Player (voice)
Emi Sagara ... Kemari Player (voice)
Mayu Shibata ... Kemari Player (voice)
Aki Haruta ... Kemari Player (voice)
Haruhi Tsumoto ... Kemari Player (voice)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Young Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 8: Tonosama yôkai - Kyûjûkyû no gama

4 December 2000

Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Akira Ishida ... Amari Nobunaga (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Ryôka Yuzuki ... Princess Tsuyu (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Toad Demon / Myoga (voice: English version)
Motoko Kumai ... Hiyoshimaru (voice)
Fumihiko Tachiki ... Toad Spirit (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Princess Tsuyu (voice: English version)
Hisayoshi Suganuma ... Lord (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Villager (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager (voice)
Andrew Francis ... Princess Tsuyu's Lord (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Brad Swaile ... Nobunaga (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 9: Enter Shippo Plus the Amazing Thunder Brothers!

11 December 2000

Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Nobutoshi Kanna ... Hiten (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Tetsu Inada ... Manten (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Shell Blower (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager (voice)
Kaoru Morota ... Female Demon (voice)
Hideki Tasaka ... General (voice)
Yukio Yoda ... General (voice)
Ryuugo Saito ... General (voice)
Nobuhito Matsuki ... General (voice)
Andrew Francis ... Hiten (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Alvin Sanders ... Manten (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 10: Phantom Showdown: The Thunder Brothers vs. Tetsusaiga

18 December 2000
Inuyasha goes to save Kagome from Manten. Hiten devours the sacred jewel shard that Manten had and absorbs his demon powers. Hiten attacks Inuyasha with his Raigekijin. Inuyasha is in trouble and defends himself with the scabbard of the Tetsusaiga.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Nobutoshi Kanna ... Hiten (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Tetsu Inada ... Manten (voice)
Mayu Shibata ... Celestial Maiden (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Mai Tsubasa ... Celestial Maiden (voice)
Andrew Francis ... Hiten (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Alvin Sanders ... Manten (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 11: Terror of the Ancient Noh Mask

15 January 2001
Kagome has returned to the present day to take a test. As she does, a noh mask, the Mask of Flesh, begins a violent search for the Shikon Jewel shards. Kagome's younger brother, Sota, tries hard to call Inuyasha to come to Kagome's rescue.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Higurashi Souta (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Kazuko Yanaga ... Mask of Flesh (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Hôjô (voice)
Kenichi Ono ... Newscaster (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Fireman (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Police Officer (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Police Officer (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Matt Smith ... Hojo, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother / Noh mask / Ayumi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Soul Piper and the Mischievous Little Soul

22 January 2001
Kagome sees a Soul Piper, a demon that consoles the spirits of children. She helps Mayu, a girl who is about to become an evil spirit, to pass on.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Nobutoshi Kanna ... Hiten (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Houjou (voice)
Ayaka Saito ... Mayu (voice)
Shinobu Satô ... Satoru's Mom (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Firefighter (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Firefighter (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Nurse (voice)

Lisa Ann Beley ... Mayu's Mom (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou / Yuka (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Matt Smith ... Hojo, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Chantal Strand ... Mayu (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Mystery of the New Moon and the Black-haired Inuyasha

29 January 2001
Half demon Inuyasha's secret is that he becomes human once a month. That day, Inuyasha and the gang meet Nazuna and stay at a mountain temple. They fall into Kumogashira's trap and the sacred jewel shards are taken away from them. Inuyasha is injected with poison!
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Mugihito ... Head Monk (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Houjou (voice)
Fumiko Orikasa ... Nazuna (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka (voice: English version)
Richard Newman ... Spider Head (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Matt Smith ... Hojo, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Nazuna (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 14: Kikyo's Stolen Ashes

5 February 2001
The ogress, Urasue, robs the grave of Kikyo, the priestess who sealed away Inuyasha fifty years ago. She revives Kikyo's body using the ashes of Kikyo's bones and soil from Kikyo's grave. But Kikyo's soul has already been reincarnated in a different body.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippô (voice)
Yoshiko Ohta ... Urasue (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Rikichi (voice)
Yûko Sasaki ... Village Woman (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager (voice)
Isao Yamagishi ... Villager (voice)
Daisuke Kishio ... Villager (voice)
Takahiro Imamura ... Villager (voice)
Masanobu Kariya ... Villager (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Urasue (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 15: Return of the Tragic Priestess, Kikyo

12 February 2001
Kikyo is revived when Kagome's soul flows into her. She tries to kill Inuyasha, but Kagome takes back her soul. Fifty years ago, Kikyo wanted Inuyasha to use the Shikon Jewel to become human. But on the day of their promise, someone who looked like Inuyasha fatally injured Kikyo. Inuyasha realizes that there is a mysterious person who made them fight.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippô (voice)
Yoshiko Ohta ... Urasue (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Urasue (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 16: Mystical Hand of the Amorous Monk, Miroku

19 February 2001
Miroku, a womanizing delinquent priest, has been collecting Shikon Jewel shards and steals Kagome's shards. Inuyasha tracks him down and confronts Miroku to get the shards back. Miroku fights back with his priestly powers and the wind tunnel in his hand that he was cursed with.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Hachiemon (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Merchant (voice)
Noriko Yoshitake ... Young Woman (voice)
Kôichi Sakaguchi ... Lord (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Vassal (voice)
Shigenori Sôya ... Vassal (voice)
Asako Shirakura ... Princess (voice)
Asako Dodo ... Prostitute (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku (voice: English version)
Julia Haacke ... Shippou (voice: German version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 17: Cursed Ink of the Hell-Painter

14 December 2002
Kotatsu, a painter, sees a dream in which he becomes successful by controlling an army of ogres drawn with ink that has a sacred jewel shard in it. Miroku, Inuyasha and the others become involved in protecting the princess that Kotatsu is in love with.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Bin Shimada ... Kôtatsu (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Horseman (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Messenger (voice)
Hidenari Ugaki ... Lord (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Vassal (voice)
Sayaka Ohara ... Princess (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)

Terry Klassen ... Koutatsu the hell painter (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 18: Naraku and Sesshômaru Join Forces

5 March 2001
Naraku appears before Sesshomaru and lends him an arm with a sacred jewel shard embedded in it. Sesshomaru attaches the arm to himself and appears before Inuyasha and the gang to steal the Tetsusaiga.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Bunko Ogata ... Head (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Warrior (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Warrior (voice)
Shinpachi Tsuji ... Host (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Villager (voice)
Chiaki Takahashi ... Villager (voice)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 19: Go Home to Your Own Time, Kagome!

12 March 2001
Sesshomaru wields the Tetsusaiga with his borrowed arm against Inuyasha, who fights back with his scabbard. When the two strike each other at the same time, Inuyasha gets up close to Sesshomaru, rips off his arm, and gets back the Tetsusaiga. When Inuyasha learns Naraku's plan, he fears that Kagome might die.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippô (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Hachiemon (voice)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 20: Despicable Villian! The Mystery of Onigumo!

19 March 2001
Kagome has her sacred jewel shards taken away from her and is returned to the present day, unable to return to feudal Japan. Back to her normal life, she agrees to go on a date with Hojo. Meanwhile, Inuyasha and the gang try to find out more about the mysterious Naraku.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippô (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Mika Itô ... Young Kaede (voice)
Kiyoyuki Yanada ... Rôyakan (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Hôjô (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshomaru (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo / Yuka (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Matt Smith ... Hojo (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Ayumi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 21: Naraku's True Identity

9 April 2001
Kagome returns to the shrine in the middle of her date with Hojo. She senses the presence of the Shikon Jewel shards and returns to feudal Japan. Naraku reveals that fifty years ago, Onigumo was in love with Kikyo. The demons that were drawn to Onigumo by his malice devoured Onigumo, and the demon Naraku was born.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Onigumo (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Sota Higurashi / Eri (voice: English version)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Kagome's Grandpa (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo / Yuka (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Sôta Higurashi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice)
Matt Smith ... Hojo (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Kagome's Grandpa (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Houjou (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)

Cathy Weseluck ... Ayumi (voice: English version)
Kiyoyuki Yanada ... Rôyakan (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku / Onigumo (voice)

Season 1, Episode 22: A Wicked Smile/Kikyo's Wandering Soul

9 April 2001
Kikyo, who was brought back to life, is living as a priestess. A monk, who realizes that Kikyo is dead, tries to make Kikyo pass on, but Kikyo ends up killing him. Inuyasha saves the monk's disciples and runs to Kikyo when he hears the priestess's name.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Ron Halder ... Seikai (voice: English version)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Masashi Hirose ... Monk (voice)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)
Tomoko Kaneda ... Child (voice)
Masayo Kurata ... Sayo (voice)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Lord of Mansion (voice)
Takeharu Onishi ... Villager (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Disciple (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Sayo (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Chiaki Takahashi ... Princess (voice)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)

Season 1, Episode 23: Kagome's Voice and Kikyo's Kiss

16 April 2001
Kikyo paralyzes Kagome. Inuyasha appears before her. Kikyo has been gathering the souls of dead girls. She vents her grudge against Inuyasha. Inuyasha reveals that he has never forgotten her. When Inuyasha kisses Kikyo, Kikyo tries to drag him to hell. But Inuyasha hears Kagome's voice and regains consciousness.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ... Kikyô (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Onigumo (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Disciple (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Onigumo (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice: English version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippo (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 24: Enter Sango the Demon Slayer!

23 April 2001
Sango, a demon slayer, is invited to Hitomi Castle along with her father, the leader of the demon slayers, and her younger brother, Kohaku. But it is a trap. Meanwhile, the undefended village is attacked by a horde of demons and annihilated. Naraku takes the Shikon Jewel shards that they had been gathering and leaves.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Kagewaki Hitomi (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)
Masahiko Tanaka ... Chief (voice)
Yoshito Ishinami ... Lord Hitomi (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga / Kagewaki Hitomi / Naraku (voice: English version)
Alex Doduk ... Kohaku (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 25: Naraku's Insidious Plot

7 May 2001
Sango fights Inuyasha, believing him to be her enemy. Naraku's plan is to have her fight to the death using the power of the Shikon Jewel shard. But Sango listens to Kagome and is no longer suspicious of Inuyasha.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Kagewaki Hitomi (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)
Wahei Iida ... Chief Retainer (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Slayer (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Slayer (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga / Kagewaki Hitomi / Naraku (voice: English version)
Alex Doduk ... Kohaku (voice: English version)
Dieter Landuris ... Naraku (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Secret of the Jewel of Four Souls Revealed

14 May 2001

Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Demon (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Lake of the Evil Water God

21 May 2001
Inuyasha and the gang meet Taromaru, the son of a village leader. They go to the Temple of the Water God, where children are being sacrificed. The Water God has a sacred treasure and toys around with the group.

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)
Masako Katsuki ... Real suijin (voice: Japanese version)
Motoko Kumai ... Taroumaru (voice: Japanese version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)
Danny McKinnon ... Suekichi (voice: English version)
Junko Noda ... Suekichi (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Masaharu Satô ... Nanushi (voice: Japanese version)

Reece Thompson ... Taromaru (voice: English version) (as Reese Thompson)
Ryûnosuke Ôbayashi ... Fake suijin (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Kakoku na wana ni kakatta Miroku

28 May 2001

Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Yuzuru Fujimoto ... Mushin (voice: Japanese version)
Ellen Kennedy ... Praying mantis princess (voice: English version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi (voice: English version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Haachi (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Rieko Takahashi ... Young miroku (voice: Japanese version)
Alec Willows ... Mushin (voice: English version)
Izumi Ôgami ... Praying mantis princess (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 2: Sango's Suffering & Kohaku's Life

23 July 2003
Sango's younger brother, Kohaku, who's supposed to be dead, is alive. Naraku reveals that Kohaku is living because of a sacred jewel shard that is planted in his back.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Hiroshi Yanaka ... Naraku (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka / Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Alex Doduk ... Kohaku (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri (voice: English version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Teacher (voice: Japanese version)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Masahiko Tanaka ... Chief (voice: Japanese version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Ayumi (voice: English version)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)

Season 2, Episode 3: Tetsusaiga Is Stolen! Showdown at Naraku's Castle!

24 January 2003
Sango steals the Tetsusaiga and is led to Naraku's castle. Sango tries to use the opportunity to kill Naraku, but she is seriously injured by an attack from Kohaku. Inuyasha and the gang catch up to her, but they are in danger from Naraku's miasma.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Alex Doduk ... Kohaku (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshomaru (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)

Season 2, Episode 4: Jinenji, Kind Yet Sad

18 June 2001
Kirara has been weakened by Naraku's poison. Inuyasha and Kagome go looking for an antidotal herb. Jinenji, a demon who is protecting an herb field, is actually a half demon and is picked on by the villagers because of his weakness.

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Michael Dobson ... Jinenji (voice: English version)
Natsuko Fuji ... Jinenji's mother (voice: Japanese version)
Mayumi Ichikawa ... Woman (voice: Japanese version)
Tarou Masuoka ... Villager b (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroshi Naka ... Villager a (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager c (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager d (voice: Japanese version)

Stevie Vallance ... Jinenji's Ma (voice: English version)

Season 2, Episode 5: Kikyo and Inuyasha, Into the Miasma

25 June 2001
Inuyasha and Miroku come across a cave when they go looking for the source of a strong evil presence. The Fuko no Jutsu has been placed on the cave. Hundreds of demons will fight to the death and are absorbed by the victors.

Season 2, Episode 6: Kikyo, Captured by Naraku

2 July 2001
Acting under Naraku's request, Kikyo traps the Inuyasha gang with an illusory mist, causing them to have nightmarish visions.

Season 2, Episode 7: Tetsusaiga and Tenseiga

31 January 2003
The Tenseiga and the Tetsusaiga, two great swords that were forged by swordsmith Totosai, have been left to Sesshomaru and Inuyasha by their father. Sesshomaru wants a sword to fight with and is unsatisfied with the Tenseiga, a healing sword.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 8: The True Owner of the Great Sword

3 February 2003
Inuyasha and Sesshomaru continue fighting for the Tetsusaiga. After the fight, while Sesshomaru is recovering, a little orphan girl, Rin, tries to bring him food. When her village is attacked by wolf demons, Sesshomaru returns the favor and helps Rin. Meanwhile, Kagome senses a jewel shard. Inuyasha and gang follow her lead to the massacred village, where they are quickly surrounded by wolves and Koga.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Villager a (voice)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Thief (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager b (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 9: Kagome, Kidnapped by the Wolf Demon Koga

2002
Koga is the young leader of the demon wolf tribe, whose wolf minions were killed by Inuyasha. He places Shikon Jewel shards in his arms and legs, which he uses as weapons, making him an even match with Inuyasha. But it's Kagome who intrigues him...
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Wolf demon (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Man Who Fell in Love with Kagome!

25 August 2003
Inuyasha and the group must battle the Birds of Paradise, before they can reach the wolf den. Meanwhile, back at the den, Koga expresses his true feelings for Kagome. When the final battle with the Birds ensues, will Inuyasha's jealousy cost Koga his life?
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta / Bird of Paradise (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Takayuki Fujimoto ... Wolf-demon a (voice)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Wolf-demon b (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Younger bird of paradise (voice: Japanese version)
Tomoyuki Shimura ... Older bird of paradise (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Wolf-demon c (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 11: Two Hearts, One Mind

6 August 2001
Kagome is angry that Inuyasha is suspicious of her relationship with Koga and returns to the present day. She goes back to school for the first time in a while, where she has to deal with the advances of yet another suitor.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou / Yuka (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice: Japanese version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Matt Smith ... Hojo, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)
Yûji Ueda ... Houjou-kun (voice)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother / Ayumi (voice: English version)

Season 2, Episode 12: Trapped in a Duel to the Death!

13 August 2001
While Inuyasha's gang follows a demon bear with a jewel shard, Koga meets with some demons from the northern pack who tell him about their plan to storm a castle where a man has many jewel shards. When the chase leads Inuyasha and his comrades to the castle, they meet up with Koga, who is furious at the slaughter of the wolf demons.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou / Yuka (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga (voice: English version)

Janyse Jaud ... Kagura (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Eisuke Asakura ... Northern Tribe Wolf B (voice: Japanese version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri (voice: English version)

David Kaye ... Sesshomaru (voice)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Northern Tribe Wolf A (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Wolf-demon a (voice: Japanese version)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Tomoyuki Shimura ... Bird of Paradise (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Wolf-demon b (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Ayumi (voice: English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)
Izumi Ôgami ... Kagura (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Deadly Trap of Kagura, the Wind Sorceress

20 August 2001
Sango and Miroku fight the Naraku puppet and Inuyasha and Kouga continue their fight (Kouga thinks Inuyasha killed his tribe). Koga beats Inuyasha and after that Kagura approaches him and brings the corpses of the dead wolf demons back to life. Koga then realizes that Kagura killed his comrades, but he can't move to attack her, because of fake Jewel shard in his hand! Kagura attacks him and prepares to take the shards in his legs, but Kouga is saved by Kagome who fires an arrow at Kagura and later Inuyasha who want to slash her with his Tetsusaiga. But Kagura, the wind sorcerer is controling all the winds in the castle, so she's resistant even to his Wind Scar. Upon Inuyasha's request, Kagome fires an arrow at Inuyasha, purifying the wind and Inuyasha is now able to see the Wound of the Wind and attacks Kagura. But before he can do any damage, Kagura flies away. As she's leaving Inuyasha notices a spider shaped scar on her back! Meanwhile, Sango and Miroku finish off Naraku's puppet. Later with help from one of Kagome's arrows, Koga is freed from the poison of the fake Shikon shard. Kagura returns to Naraku angered when realizing that he used her to test the power of Inuyasha's Tetsusaiga. She tries to attack Naraku, but she must give up when Naraku reminds her that she was created through him and that since he has her heart (literally) he can kill her whenever he wants.

Season 2, Episode 14: Kagura's Dance and Kanna's Mirror

27 August 2001
Miroku is reunited with Koharu, a girl he once made advances on. He leaves her in a certain village, where Kanna, the older sister of Kagura, appears. Kanna steals Koharu's soul with a soul-sucking mirror, and Koharu is manipulated along with the villagers into attacking Inuyasha and the others.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Wind Scar Fails

3 September 2001
Kanna's mirror fails to absorb Kagome's soul, probably because of its size, but it reflects Inuyasha's Wind Scar, the Tetsusaiga's special technique. Inuyasha is injured by the blast of wind blasted back at him. Then Naraku appears.

Season 2, Episode 16: Tetsusaiga Breaks!

10 September 2001
Kikyo gave the sacred jewel shards she had stolen from Kagome to Naraku. She appears before Inuyasha and tells him not to kill her until she is wiped out along with the Shikon Jewel and Naraku.

Season 2, Episode 17: Kaijinbo's Evil Sword

4 September 2003
Totosai repairs the Tetsusaiga using one of Inuyasha's fangs. Meanwhile, Sessomaru takes the fangs of the deceased Goshinki to swordsmith Kaijinbo. He brings the fangs back to life with the Tenseiga.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Takeshi Aono ... Kaijinbo (voice: Japanese version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Robert O. Smith ... Kaijinbo (voice: English version)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 18: Sesshomaru Wields Tokijin

8 October 2001
Kaijinbo the swordsmith, manipulated by the sword Tokijin, charges at Inuyasha. In the end, he is wiped out by the force of the Tetsusaiga. All that is left is the Tokijin, which is untouchable because of the evil energy it emits.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou / Yuka (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Janyse Jaud ... Kagura (voice: English version)
Takeshi Aono ... Kaijinbo (voice: Japanese version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Robert O. Smith ... Kaijinbo (voice: English version)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)
Izumi Ôgami ... Kagura (voice)

Season 2, Episode 19: Juromaru and Kageromaru

9 September 2003
Naraku's new minions, Juromaru and Kageromaru, attack Inuyasha and the gang. Koga comes to save Kagome from danger. He fights the two demons as he bickers with Inuyasha, but he struggles against Kageromaru, who digs underground.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Ginta (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Kouga (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Brian Drummond ... Kageromaru / Juromaru (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Takumi Yamazaki ... Kageromaru / Juromaru (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 20: Onigumo's Heart Still Beats Within Naraku

22 October 2001
Because of the incident with Koga, Kagome has a fight with Inuyasha and goes back to the present day. Meanwhile, Naraku wants to get rid of Onigumo's feelings for Kikyo by sending a giant Shinidamachu to kill Kikyo.

Season 2, Episode 21: Return to the Place Where We First Met

29 October 2001
Kagome returns to the present day. She senses that Inuyasha has chosen Kikyo and wonders if she can ever go back to the past, but she still has the Shikon Jewel shards. She decides to give them back and put everything to an end, until she remembers her first meeting with Inuyasha when she stands before the Sacred Tree in the present day.

Season 2, Episode 22: Kohaku's Lost Memory

5 November 2001
Sango finds the bodies of her father and the other slayers at the ruins of Naraku's castle. Her brother Kohaku is nearby but can only remember that he escaped the castle.

Season 2, Episode 23: That Unforgettable Face!

12 November 2001
Sango's brother Kohaku is being manipulated by Naraku and is after Kagome's life. Inuyasha and the gang have been separated from Kagome, but Kohaku doesn't take Kagome's life. Sango rushes over and tries to kill Kohaku and herself in order to free him from Naraku's control, but Inuyasha stops her.

Season 2, Episode 24: Inuyasha's Soul, Devoured

19 November 2001
Just as Inuyasha and the gang overcome Naraku's trap involving Kohaku, Sesshomaru, who is investigating the secrets of Inuyasha's transformation, is visiting Bokusenno, a demon tree whose wood was used to make the sheaths for the Tetsusaiga and the Tenseiga.

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)

David Kaye ... Sesshomaru (voice)
John Murphy ... Bokuseno (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Yasuaki Suzuki ... Bokuseno (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Demon's True Nature

26 November 2001
Inuyasha transforms into a demon when his life is in danger. He quickly destorys Gatenmaru, who has become a giant moth. He attacks the escaping bandits with his claws, and he cannot hear Kagome trying to stop him.

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)
John Murphy ... Bokuseno (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Bandit C (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Yasuaki Suzuki ... Bokuseno (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 26: Father's Old Enemy: Ryukotsusei

3 December 2001
Inuyasha visits Totosai's workplace by himself. The Tetsusaiga was broken by Goshinki, and Inuyasha's own fang was used to repair it. Inuyasha's fang isn't compatible with that of his great demon father, so the Tetsusaiga has become heavier.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Trevor Devall ... Ryukotsusei (voice: English version)
Kazuhiko Inoue ... Ryukotsusei (voice)

Michael Kopsa ... Goshinki (voice: English version)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Masaharu Satô ... Goshinki (voice: Japanese version)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Backlash Wave: Tetsusaiga's Ultimate Technique

1 May 2004
Ryukotsusei knocks away the Tetsusaiga, and Inuyasha transforms into a demon. Totosai tells everyone to retreat because they are in danger, but Kagome decides to stay behind.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Trevor Devall ... Ryukotsusei (voice: English version)
Kazuhiko Inoue ... Ryukotsusei (voice)
Richard Newman ... Totosai (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 55: The Stone Flower and Shippo's First Love

8 May 2004
In a certain village, Shippo meets a girl named Satsuki. Satsuki believes that her brother, who went to war, will come back. She shows Shippo the treasure her brother gave her, a sacred jewel shard. Unfortunately, it is only a flower made of stone.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Sayaka Aida ... Boy b (voice: Japanese version)
Tomohisa Asou ... Headman (voice: Japanese version)

Caroline Chan ... Satsuki (voice: English version)

Trevor Devall ... Satsuki's brother (voice: English version)
Fumioki ... Lizard demon (voice: Japanese version)
Yumi Kuroda ... Satsuki (voice: Japanese version)
Andrea Kwan ... Kikyo (Animax Asia dub) (voice: English version)
Sachi Matsumoto ... Boy C (voice: Japanese version)
Nami Okamoto ... Boy a (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Andrew Toth ... Lizard Demon (voice: English version)
Shin'ichirô Ôta ... Satsuki's brother (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 56: Temptress in the Mist

14 January 2002
Husbands are being lured away from their village by a beautiful demon. Their wives ask Miroku to defeat the demon. Worried about him, Sango accompanies him. But Sango is separated from him by an odd mist.

Season 3, Episode 57: Fateful Night in Togenkyo Part 1

21 January 2002
Sango goes back to the slayer village in order to fix her Hiraikotsu, and Kagome goes back to the well so she can return to the present day. Along the way, she finds a Nimenka, a fruit that looks like a face.

Season 3, Episode 58: Fateful Night in Togenkyo Part 2

28 January 2002
Tokajin kidnaps Kagome from his miniature garden. Inuyasha is able to escape with the help of Miroku and the others, and goes to save Kagome. As he escapes, he finds a flower with an old sage's face on it.

Season 3, Episode 59: The Beautiful Sister Apprentices

5 June 2004
Sango returns to the demon slayer village and repairs her Hiraikotsu. She also lays her father and her comrades' ashes to rest. When she is about to leave, she is attacked.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)

Anna Cummer ... Serina (voice: English version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice)
Hiroshi Matsumoto ... Sango's Father (voice: Japanese version)
Colin Murdock ... Sango's Father (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Hiroko Taguchi ... Serina (voice: Japanese version)
Masahiko Tanaka ... Chief (voice: Japanese version)

Brittney Wilson ... Suzunna (voice: English version)
Wakana Yamazaki ... Suzuna (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 60: The 50 Year Old Curse of the Dark Priestess

12 June 2004
Naraku calls upon a priestess named Tsubaki. Fifty years ago, Tsubaki was defeated by Kikyo when she went after the Shikon Jewel. She is a dark priestess who sold her soul to a demon to maintain her youth and is now after Kagome's blood.

Season 3, Episode 61: Kikyo the Dark Priestess

19 June 2004
Kagome desperately fights the curse placed on her by Tsubaki, a dark priestess. Meanwhile, Kikyo appears before Tsubaki. Tsubaki is surprised and cuts off her curse.

Season 3, Episode 62: Tsubaki's Unrelenting Evil Spell

4 March 2002
Tsubaki's curse steals Kagome's consciousness. Kagome forgets feudal Japan in an illusory world.

Season 3, Episode 63: The Red and White Priestesses

3 July 2004
Tsubaki visits the onmyoji mansion where she once trained. She plans to open a forbidden door in order to train an ogre that was sealed away in the pagoda with the power of the Shikon Jewel. Momiji and Botan, two young priestesses, are tricked by Tsubaki into fighting off Inuyasha and the others.

Season 3, Episode 64: Giant Ogre of the Forbidden Tower

10 July 2004
Tsubaki is a priestess who was considered to be on par with Kikyo. She was jealous that the Shikon Jewel was not entrusted to her, so she became a dark priestess. Inuyasha and the others defeat Tsubaki's shikigami, but Tsubaki has already broken the forbidden seal and called forth the demon.

Season 3, Episode 65: Farewell Days of My Youth

17 July 2004
One night, someone possesses Sango to attack Miroku. The group examines the centipede demon that they suspect was behind it, but they are mistaken. Miroku is possessed next and attacks Sango. Shippo tries to flee, but is cornered by a small shadow.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Miyoko Asô ... Shoga (voice: Japanese version)

Brian Dobson ... Shoga (voice: English version)
Hiromi Nishikawa ... Baa-san (voice: Japanese version)
Nami Okamoto ... Headman's son (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Large centipede (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Village headman (voice: Japanese version)
Takayasu Usui ... Villager A (voice: Japanese version)
Makoto Yasumura ... Villager B (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 66: Naraku's Barrier: Kagura's Decision

24 July 2004
There is a rift in Naraku's barrier. But it's the beginning of the month, and when night falls, Inuyasha loses his demon powers, and the search for Naraku is called off.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Ginta (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Kouga (voice: English version)
Izumi Ôgami ... Kagura (voice: Japanese version)

Janyse Jaud ... Kagura / Kanna (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Yukana Nogami ... Kanna (voice) (as Yukana)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 67: The Howling Wind of Betrayal

31 July 2004
Kagura approaches Sesshomaru and tells him to kill Naraku, but Sesshomaru refuses. As Inuyasha and the others search for Kagura, they realize that Naraku is a half demon. They find Kagura, but Koga is badly injured, and Inuyasha shows his human form to save him.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Ginta (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Kouga (voice: English version)
Izumi Ôgami ... Kagura (voice: Japanese version)

Janyse Jaud ... Kagura (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 68: Shippo Gets an Angry Challenge

7 August 2004
Souten, last of the Thunder Demon Tribe, sends a challenge to Shippo.

Richard Ian Cox ... InuYasha (voice)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Yûko Mizutani ... Souten (voice: Japanese version)
Ikue Ohtani ... Kouryuu (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 69: Terror of the Faceless Man

13 May 2002
A demon born from a piece of flesh that Naraku discarded transforms into a man without a face and steals the handsome face of Muso, a traveling monk. The demon calls himself Muso and slaughters and plunders along his way to Kaede's village.

Season 3, Episode 70: Onigumo's Memory Restored

20 May 2002
Muso attacks Kagome. Inuyasha destroys him with his Wind Scar. Naraku, who was watching the event, tells Kagura to tell Inuyasha where Muso went. After Inuyasha and the others leave, Muso regenerates.

Season 3, Episode 71: Three-Sided Battle to the Death

27 May 2002
Muso regenerates even thought he was hit with the Wind Scar. Miroku tells Inuyasha that Muso has a heart in the area where he has a spider marking. But Kagura interferes, and the hell wasps take away Muso's shard.

Season 3, Episode 72: Totosai's Rigid Training Recap

4 September 2004
Inuyasha visits Totosai in search of a technique that can break through Naraku's barrier. There he meets Bunza, a wildcat-demon child. The two do as Totosai orders them. Bunza acts as if he's the older disciple, but ends up collapsing.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Richard Newman ... Totosai, Spider Head, Spider Demon, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Junko Noda ... Bunza (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Bunza's father (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Nanafushi (voice: Japanese version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Bunza (voice: English version)
Jôji Yanami ... Totosai (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 73: Shiori's Family and Inuyasha's Feelings

11 September 2004
Myoga comes to deliver a message from Totosai. He says that the Tetsusaiga will become stronger if it cuts a Hyakki Bat, a demon that can create a powerful barrier. Inuyasha and the gang search for the Hyakki Bats' nest, which is near the sea.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Nicole Bouma ... Shiori (voice: English version)
Kumiko Higa ... Child a (voice: Japanese version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi, Kotatsu The Hell Painter (voice: English version)
Kaori Mizuhashi ... Shiori (voice: Japanese version)
Kôichi Nagano ... Bat demon (voice: Japanese version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Hachi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Child b (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager b (voice: Japanese version)
Takuma Suzuki ... Villager c (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager a (voice: Japanese version)
Yuriko Yamaguchi ... Shizu - Shiori's mother (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 74: The Red Tetsusaiga Breaks the Barrier

18 September 2004
The Hyakki Bat demon Otakemaru tries to destroy the village along with Shiori's mother. Inuyasha is blocked by Shiori's barrier and cannot defeat Otakemaru. Shizu asks Otakemaru to respect the will of her late husband, Tsukuyomaru, and save the village.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)
Nicole Bouma ... Shiori (voice: English version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi, Kotatsu The Hell Painter (voice: English version)
Kaori Mizuhashi ... Shiori (voice: Japanese version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Hachi (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager a (voice: Japanese version)
Takuma Suzuki ... Tsukuyomaru (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager b (voice: Japanese version)
Yuriko Yamaguchi ... Shizu - Shiori's mother (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 75: The Plot of the Panther Devas

24 June 2002
The Panther Tribe attacks from the west. Their goal is to get the Shikon Jewel shards that Kagome has, as well as to get revenge on Sesshomaru and Inuyasha, the sons of the Dog General. The Four Panther Divas use unusual techniques and kidnap Kagome...
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Saffron Henderson ... Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi, Kotatsu The Hell Painter (voice: English version)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice: Japanese version)
Jocelyne Loewen ... Shunran (voice: English version)
Scott Logie ... Shuran (voice: English version)
Yûki Masuda ... Shunran (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Ginzô Matsuo ... Buyo (voice: Japanese version) (archive footage)

Alison Matthews ... Toran (voice: English version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Colin Murdock ... Royakan, Sango's Father, Water God (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Haachi (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Maggie Blue O'Hara ... Karan (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Katsumi Suzuki ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
Masaya Takatsuka ... Shuran (voice: Japanese version)
Youko Teppozuka ... Karan (voice: Japanese version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)
Yumi Tôma ... Toran (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother (voice: English version)
Kiyoyuki Yanada ... Royakan (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 76: Target: Sesshomaru and Inuyasha

2 September 2004
Inuyasha slices through the Panthers' barrier with his red Tetsusaiga, and Inuyasha and Koga make their way into the castle town. Meanwhile, Miroku and Sango have fallen under the Divas' spell, and Kagome is being held in a prison.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Myoga / Ginta (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi, Kotatsu The Hell Painter (voice: English version)
Jocelyne Loewen ... Shunran (voice: English version)
Scott Logie ... Shuran (voice: English version)
Yûki Masuda ... Shunran (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)

Alison Matthews ... Toran (voice: English version)
Colin Murdock ... Royakan, Sango's Father, Water God (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Haachi (voice)
Maggie Blue O'Hara ... Karan (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Demon (voice: Japanese version)
Masaya Takatsuka ... Shuran (voice: Japanese version)
Youko Teppozuka ... Karan (voice: Japanese version)
Yumi Tôma ... Toran (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Kiyoyuki Yanada ... Royakan (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 77: The Panther Tribe and the Two Swords of the Fang

9 October 2004
The Panther King, the general of the Panther Tribe, begins to move with the power of the Shikon Jewel. Inuyasha and Sesshomaru attack the mummy. As they do, Koga, Miroku, and the others lead Kagome and the other people to a safe location.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Myoga (voice: Japanese version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)

Terry Klassen ... Hachi, Kotatsu The Hell Painter (voice: English version)
Jocelyne Loewen ... Shunran (voice: English version)
Scott Logie ... Shuran (voice: English version)
Yûki Masuda ... Shunran (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)

Alison Matthews ... Toran (voice: English version)
Colin Murdock ... Royakan, Sango's Father, Water God (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Haachi (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Maggie Blue O'Hara ... Karan (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Oyakata (voice: Japanese version)
Masaya Takatsuka ... Shuran (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Merchant (voice: Japanese version)
Youko Teppozuka ... Karan (voice: Japanese version)
Yumi Tôma ... Toran (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Kiyoyuki Yanada ... Royakan (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 78: Only You, Sango

16 September 2004
Sango is asked to slay a demon by a young lord named Kuranosuke, who fell in love with her six years ago. Kuranosuke has looks, status, and wealth. Sango is confused as to how she will turn down his marriage proposal. Meanwhile, Kagome is cheering on the relationship between Miroku and Sango.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Ted Cole ... Kuranosuke Takeda (voice: English version)
Mitsuru Miyamoto ... Kuranosuke Takeda (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Bear demon (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Foot soldier (voice: Japanese version)

Season 3, Episode 79: Jaken's Plan to Steal Tetsusaiga

22 July 2002
The Tetsusaiga is equipped with a technique that can break through barriers. Jaken plans to steal it from Inuyasha, but his plans continually fail. Rin is disgusted. Jaken chases her away and lures Inuyasha to a hot spring, and manages to steal the Tetsusaiga.

Season 3, Episode 80: Sesshomaru and the Abducted Rin

29 July 2002
Naraku tells Sesshomaru that he'll give Rin back if he kills Inuyasha, but Sesshomaru charges into Naraku's castle instead. Meanwhile, Kagome detects the presence of the Shikon Jewel. Inuyasha leaves Kagome and the others to find the shard, while he looks for Naraku's castle by himself.

Season 3, Episode 81: Vanishing Point: Naraku Disappears

5 August 2002
Naraku is trying to absorb Sesshomaru so that he can get the powers of a complete demon. But Inuyasha breaks through his barrier and interferes. When Naraku sees that the tables have been turned, he retreats behind his miasma.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 82: Gap Between the Ages

12 August 2002
Kagome returns to the present day. She is busy preparing for a mock exam two days later. Meanwhile, Sango is concerned about Kohaku, who was taken away by Kagura. Miroku is considerate to Sango, but he gets slapped because of his lecherous ways.The group has lost track of Naraku, and everyone is spending their time in their own way.

Season 4, Episode 83: The Female Wolf-Demon and the Lunar Rainbow Promise

19 August 2002
Ayame, a female demon wolf, appears before Koga and tells him that she is his fiancée. But Koga is madly in love with Kagome. He runs away. Koga stops by at Naraku's castle. Ayame goes after him, and is attacked by a hair monster there. Meanwhile, Koga has caught up with Inuyasha and the gang.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Yumi Kakazu ... Ayame (voice: Japanese version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Hiroshi Naka ... Elder (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Hair monster (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Natalie Walters ... Ayame (voice: English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 4, Episode 84: Koga's Bride-to-Be

26 August 2002
Ayame brought Koga to stop her comrades' fighting. But she has no intention of returning to Koga. The monster that was after the Sacred Jewel shards then attacks. Koga fights to protect Kagome and Ayame.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Yumi Kakazu ... Ayame (voice: Japanese version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Hair monster (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Natalie Walters ... Ayame (voice: English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 4, Episode 85: The Evil Within Demon's Head Castle

2 September 2002
Inuyasha and the gang meet an old lady who's a seemingly fake purifier. In order to find out why so many demons have appeared recently, they go to Ogre's Head Castle to fight ogres. The lord of the castle is being possessed by an ogre. Inuyasha fights the ogre head that appears in the castle, but the wind scar doesn't work against him.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)

Patti Allan ... Exorcist (voice: English version) (as Patti Allen)

Lisa Ann Beley ... Princess (voice: English version)
Toshiko Fujita ... Exorcist (voice: Japanese version)
Hajime Koseki ... Old retainer (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Takehiro Murozono ... Lord (voice)
Yoshiko Okamoto ... Old maid (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Retainer b (voice: Japanese version)
Hikari Tachibana ... Maid (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Retainer a (voice: Japanese version)
Hiromi Tsuru ... Princess (voice: Japanese version)

Season 4, Episode 86: Secret of the Possessed Princess

9 September 2002
Inuyasha fights the lord of Ogre Castle. Sanfo hears that Miroku has gone to the basement with the princess, and goes after him with the old purifier. Kagome finds the corpse of the real princess in the lord's bedroom.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)

Patti Allan ... Exorcist (voice: English version) (as Patti Allen)

Lisa Ann Beley ... Princess (voice: English version)
Toshiko Fujita ... Exorcist (voice: Japanese version)
Willow Johnson ... Kikyo (voice)
Hajime Koseki ... Old retainer (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Takehiro Murozono ... Lord (voice)
Yoshiko Okamoto ... Old maid (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Retainer b (voice: Japanese version)
Hikari Tachibana ... Maid (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Retainer a (voice: Japanese version)
Hiromi Tsuru ... Princess (voice: Japanese version)

Season 4, Episode 87: Kikyo's Lonely Journey

16 September 2002
Kikyo looks for Naraku. She meets Kansuke, an old bandit. Kansuke has a serious illness and is trying to find a place to die. Fifty years ago, he was convinced by one of his bandit buddies, Onigumo, into attacking a priestess who protected the Sacred Jewel. He failed and lost his right eye.

Season 4, Episode 88: Three Spirits of the Monkey God

14 October 2002
Inuyasha and the gang accept a job to get rid of monkeys who are destroying fields. They meet three monkeys, Gon, Bun, and Ken. The three are monkey spirits. They say that they have been destroying the field to find a divine vessel that houses the monkey god.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)
Yumiko Kobayashi ... Buso (voice: Japanese version)
Motoko Kumai ... Goso (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Kiyomitsu Mizuuchi ... Village chief (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Villager a (voice: Japanese version)
Ritsuo Sawa ... Monkey god (voice: Japanese version)
Kaori Shimizu ... Keso (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager b (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)

Season 4, Episode 89: Nursing Battle of the Rival Lovers

21 October 2002
Kagome catches a cold and returns to the present day. Inuyasha is worried about her. He gathers lots of nutritious food. As he does, he defeats demons who get in his way.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka / Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Kaede (voice: English version)
Hisako Kyôda ... Kaede (voice: Japanese version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Yukichi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Matt Smith ... Hojo, Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Katsumi Suzuki ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)
Yûji Ueda ... Houjou-kun (voice)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother / Ayumi (voice: English version)

Season 4, Episode 90: Sota's Brave Confession of Love

28 October 2002
Kagome's younger brother, Sota, has fallen in love. He has fallen in love with Hitomi, one of his classmates. At first, he asks Inuyasha for manly advice, but in the end, he decides to tell her he loves her with a plan orchestrated by Kagome.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)

Jillian Michaels ... Yuka (voice: English version)
Nicole Bouma ... Hitomi (voice: English version)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Asami Imai ... Florist (voice: Japanese version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Katsumi Suzuki ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)
Akira Tomisaka ... Hitomi (voice: Japanese version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother / Ayumi (voice: English version)

Season 4, Episode 91: The Suspicious Faith Healer and the Black Kirara

4 November 2002
Tesso, a mouse demon who is afraid of cats, transforms into a faith healer, and chases out Kuroro, a Nekomata who is bothering him. Inuyasha and his gang come across villagers who mistake Kirara for Kuroro and try to chase her out.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... InuYasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Issei Futamata ... Tesso (voice: Japanese version)
Hiroshi Matsumoto ... Headman (voice: Japanese version)
Candice Moore ... Kaede (English version)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Villager B (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Monk (voice: Japanese version)
Yuri Shiratori ... Koume (voice: Japanese version)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Koume (voice: English version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Villager a (voice: Japanese version)
Tarako ... Kuroro (voice: Japanese version)

Season 4, Episode 92: Plot of the Walking Dead

18 November 2002
Kikyo was brought back to life by one of Urasue's secret techniques. She meets Monju, who is in the same situation. Monju doesn't have enough souls of the dead. He regains his vigor when he is given the souls that the Shinidamachu bring...

Season 4, Episode 93: The Mysterious, Lecherous Monk

25 November 2002
In a certain village, Inuyasha and the gang are surrounded by villagers who dislike Miroku. When they ask why, they say that Miroku has been doing many evil deeds. Miroku says that he is innocent, and suspects that it is the doing of an impostor...

Season 4, Episode 94: The Sacred Jewel Maker: Part 1

14 February 2005
Inuyasha and the gang meet Izumo, who is investigating the secret of the creation of the Sacred Jewel. They hear that a demon has appeared, and go to investigate a nearby village. They meet a boy named Kosuke. Orochi Dayu kidnapped Kosuke's parents and the villagers. He is also after the real Sacred Jewel shards that Kagome has...

Season 4, Episode 95: The Sacred Jewel Maker: Part 2

15 February 2005
Kagome and the others are kidnapped by demons who are using fake Sacred Jewels. Inuyasha and the rest go to save them, but Gyuoh stands in their way. Gyuoh was born between a human father and a demon cow mother. During the day he is Izumo, a human. At night, he becomes Gyuoh, a half-demon...

Season 4, Episode 96: Jaken Falls Ill

13 January 2003
Naraku's poisonous bugs appear. Sesshomaru goes after them. Meanwhile, Jaken is stung by a poisonous bug and is dying. Rin is left with him. She tries to save him. She heads to Jinenji's field to get a fruit of the Sennenso. But Jinenji, a half-demon, has become human...

Season 4, Episode 97: Kirara, Come Home!

20 January 2003
Kirara disappears. Sango is worried. Shippo deduces Kirara's reasons for disappearing. He blames Inuyasha and the others, and urges them to be repentant. At that moment, a thundering sound comes from the forest. Inuyasha and the others rush on over. They help a man being chased by demons get away, and find the scarf that Kagome gave Kirara amongst the scattered bones!

Season 4, Episode 98: Kikyo and Kagome: Alone in a Cave

27 January 2003
Kagome is lured to a cave by a voice calling for help. Kagome enters the cave and meets Kikyo. Kikyo doesn't haven enough souls of the dead and has become weakened. Kagome tries to escape from the cave, but Kikyo tells her that it's useless. Thye are actually within the demon called the Priestess Sealer...

Season 4, Episode 99: Koga and Sesshomaru: A Dangerous Encounter

3 February 2003
Ginta and Hakkaku fight with Koga over something small, and end up working separately from him. As they do, they meet Sesshomaru's group. They see Rin, the girl with Sesshomaru, and remember the incident when their comrades attacked her. They think that it would be bad if Koga and Sesshomare were to meet, but they fail to keep that from happening...
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Ken Narita ... Sesshômaru (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshômaru (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Koga / Various Voices (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Don Brown ... Jaken (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... Jaken (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Headman (voice)
Mamiko Noto ... Rin (voice)

Brenna O'Brien ... Rin (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Demon a (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Demon b (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Truth Behind the Nightmare: Battle in the Forest of Sorrow

10 February 2003
Garamaru, a poisonous moth demon, has trapped Kagome and the others in a cocoon. Kagome and the others are each suffering within their nightmares. In real life, Inuyasha is fighting by himself. He finally defeats Garamaru, but the cocoon doesn't disappear. Kagome and the others begin to transform into moths within the cocoons...
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ... Naraku (voice: Japanese version)
Paul Dobson ... Naraku / Myoga (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou / Yuka (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Asako Dodo ... Kagome's Mother (voice)
Alex Doduk ... Kohaku (voice: English version)
Andrew Francis ... Hiten (voice: English version)
Yuzuru Fujimoto ... Mushin (voice: Japanese version)
Adam Henderson ... Gatenmaru (voice: English version)
Saffron Henderson ... Eri / Souta Higurashi (voice: English version)
Tetsu Inada ... Manten (voice: Japanese version)
Nobutoshi Kanna ... Hiten (voice: Japanese version)

David Kaye ... Sesshomaru (voice)
Takehito Koyasu ... Gatenmaru (voice: Japanese version)
Yûki Masuda ... Eri (voice: Japanese version)
Colin Murdock ... Sango's Father (voice: English version)
Akiko Nakagawa ... Souta Higurashi (voice)
Nami Okamoto ... Ayumi (voice: Japanese version)

Mark Oliver ... Garamaru (voice: English version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)

Alvin Sanders ... Manten (voice: English version)
Toshihiko Seki ... Garamaru (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Yuka (voice: Japanese version)
Katsumi Suzuki ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: Japanese version)
Motoki Takagi ... Young miroku (voice: Japanese version)
Masahiko Tanaka ... Sango's father (voice: Japanese version)
French Tickner ... Grandpa Higurashi (voice: English version)

Cathy Weseluck ... Kagome's mother / Ayumi (voice: English version)
Alec Willows ... Mushin (voice: English version)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)

Season 5, Episode 2: Are kara shichinenme no nagori yuki

17 February 2003
Snow is falling out of season. Miroku is abducted by Koyuki, a mysterious woman. Kagome and the others hear from a hunter and his wife about a snow demon. When they go looking for him, they find Sango, who had gotten lost. Meanwhile, Miroku is being led by Koyuki. He is greeted by many children and babies. Koyuki tells Miroku that they are his children...

Season 5, Episode 3: Assault on the Wolf-Demon Tribe!

24 February 2003
A giant ogre appears in the mountains to the north. His name is Kyokotsu. Kyokotsu eats demons when he can. He attacks the demon wolf tribe. Koga sees Imawa, an old wolf become seriously injured. To avenge his comrades, he goes to the mountains to the North...
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Houko Kuwashima ... Sango (voice: Japanese version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice: English version)
Kôji Tsujitani ... Miroku (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice: English version)
Scott McNeil ... Kouga (voice: English version)

Alistair Abell ... Hakkaku (voice: English version)
Paul Dobson ... Ginta (voice: English version)
Jenn Forgie ... Jakotsu (voice: English version)
Mark Gibbon ... Kyokotsu (voice: English version)
Daisuke Gôri ... Kyokotsu (voice: Japanese version)
Yumi Kakazu ... Ayame (voice: Japanese version)
Daisuke Kishio ... Hakkaku (voice: Japanese version)
Katsuhiro Kitagawa ... Old wolf b (voice: Japanese version)
Taiki Matsuno ... Kouga (voice: Japanese version)
Fumio Matsuoka ... Reverend (voice: Japanese version)
Danny McKinnon ... Kohaku (voice: English version)
Hiroshi Naka ... Elder (voice: Japanese version)
Ai Orikasa ... Jakotsu (voice: Japanese version)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Old wolf a (voice: Japanese version)
Kazunari Tanaka ... Wolf demon a (voice: Japanese version)
Hideki Tasaka ... Wolf demon b (voice: Japanese version)

Russell Wait ... Koga (English version)
Natalie Walters ... Ayame (voice: English version)
Akiko Yajima ... Kohaku (voice)
Hiroyuki Yoshino ... Ginta (voice: Japanese version)

Season 5, Episode 4: The Band of Seven, Resurrected

3 March 2003
The Band of Seven, a group of ghosts, have been brought back to life. A calvary sent to defeat them, is decimated by the Band of Seven's second strongest, Jakotsu. Inuyasha and Miroku catch up to Jakotsu, who immediately takes a liking to them and casts amorous glances at them...

Season 5, Episode 5: The Stealthy Poison User, Mukotsu

10 March 2003
The match between Jakotsu and Inuyasha is stopped when Mukotsu interferes. Mukotsu kidnaps Kagome to make her his bride. Miroku and Sango try to save Kagome, but Mukotsu's poison makes them unable to move. Sesshomaru, who is looking for Naraku, appears and defeats Mukotsu for being in his way...

Season 5, Episode 6: The Ghastly Steel Machine

17 March 2003
Kagome, Miroku, and Sango have been weakened by Mukotsu's poison. Inuyasha is tries to draw attacks away from them as he fights Ginkotsu of the Band of Seven. Shippo takes Kagome and the others away, and arrives at a temple, but Renkotsu of the Band of Seven has placed a trap there...

Season 5, Episode 7: Kagome, Miroku, and Sango: A Desperate Situation

14 April 2003
At the temple, Inuyasha checks to see of Kagome and the others are safe. He ends up trusting Renkotsu. Ginkotsu bombards him. Inuyasha faces him, but as he does, Renkotsu steals the Sacred Jewel shards from Kagome and sets the temple on fire...

Season 5, Episode 8: Inuyasha Shows His Tears for the First Time

21 April 2003
Kagome, Miroku, and Sango have stopped breathing. Inuyasha searches for the Band of Seven to avenge them. He meets Sesshomaru, and becomes sure that it's an illusion. But Sesshomaru has come after Kohaku, and is nearby...

Season 5, Episode 9: The Secret of the Pure Light

28 April 2003
Inuyasha and the gang approach the light of a Sacred Jewel which appears to belong to the Band of Seven, but the light is not corrupt. Suikotsu, a good doctor owns the shard...

Season 5, Episode 10: Hidden in the Mist: Onward to Mt. Hakurei

5 May 2003
Suikotsu's Band of Seven personality awakens and fights Inuyasha. When the children call out to him to turn back, he holds his head in pain. Renkotsu decides to retreat from the village. Meanwhile, Kagome realizes that the Shinidamachu cannot get near the holy barrier...

Season 5, Episode 11: Enter Bankotsu, the Leader of the Band of Seven

12 May 2003
There is a barrier around Mt. Hakurei that purifies demons or anything evil. Inuyasha and the others think that Naraku cannot be hiding in Mt. Hakurei, and go looking for a different clue. Meanwhile, the surviving Band of Seven members are reunited with their leader, Bankotsu...

Season 5, Episode 12: The Big Clash: Banryu vs Wind Scar!

19 May 2003
The battle between Bankotsu and Inuyasha begins. Meanwhile, Sesshomatu comes to Mt. Hakurei. He is blocked by the holy barrier, and turns back. But there are demons within the holy ground.

Season 5, Episode 13: Afloat on the Lake Surface: the Barrier of Hijiri Island

26 May 2003
There is a holy island in a lake surrounded by mist. Saint Hakushin, who become a living Buddha a hundred years ago, is venerated there. But something strange happens. The father of a boy named Shintaro goes to investigate, but he doesn't come back. I

Season 5, Episode 14: The Sacred Vajra and the Mystery of the Living Buddha

2 June 2003
Bankotsu gets Kagome and the others involved in his battle with Inuyasha. Inuyasha is angered that his friends are getting hurt, and corners Bankotsu. But Saint Hakushin's vajra protects Bankotsu and turns the Tessaiga back into a rusty sword.

Season 5, Episode 15: Koga's Solitary Battle

9 June 2003
Mt. Hakurei's holy barrier prevents demons from entering it. Saint Hakushin helped Naraku, and placed the barrier. Koga tries to find a way to beak through, but fails. Renkotsu and Ginkotsu show up to get Koga's Sacred Jewel shards.

Season 5, Episode 16: Lured by the Black Light

16 June 2003
Mt. Hakurei gets stronger, and Kikyo is prevented from going into its hold ground. Kikyo leaves Chiyo's village, but she goes after Bankotsu to see where fellow deceased, the Band of Seven, are doing. Jakotsu and Suikotsu attack Sesshomaru, and kidnap Rin

Season 5, Episode 17: The Exposed Face of Truth

23 June 2003
Suikotsu cannot kill Chiyo and the others. Jakotsu stops him. He senses an attack from Sesshomaru. Suikotsu and Jakotsu move within the holy realm, and wait for Sesshomaru. Sesshomaru's movements are slow because of the holy ground, but he skewers Suikotsu with his Tokijin, and slashes Jakotsu's chest with his claws.

Season 5, Episode 18: Vanished in a River of Flames

30 June 2003
Ginkotsu has died, and Renkotsu uses his shard without permission. In doing so, he has betrayed Bankotsu. He cannot go back anymore. He lusts for even more power and attacks Koga so that he can take the Sacred Jewel shards that he owns.

Season 5, Episode 19: Into the Depths of Mt. Hakurei

7 July 2003
The evil within Mt. Hakurei is Naraku's demons and Kagura. Miroku risks his life to save Sango, by opening his Wind Tunnerl and sucking in the demons along with the poisonous bugs. But he uses up his power and collapses. Inuyasha is concerned about Miroku and Sango.

Season 5, Episode 20: Divine Malice of the Saint

14 July 2003
Miroku and Sango come face to face with the Saint Hakushin's mummy on Mt. Hakurei. The saint tells them his reason for helping Naraku. Miroku tells him that he doesn't blame him, but that he cannot allow the barrier to protect Naraku.

Season 5, Episode 21: Fare Thee Well: Jakotsu's Requiem

28 July 2003
Inuyasha regains his demon powers. He defeats Jakotsu, and hurries to Mt. Hakurei. Renkotsu has rebellious feelings towards Bankotsu. He kills Jakotsu while he's injured and takes his shard. Meanwhile, Kikyo comes face to face with the mummy of Saint Hakushin.

Season 5, Episode 22: Final Battle: The Last and Strongest of the Band of Seven

4 August 2003
Kagura leads Sesshomaru to the Land of Fire. Sesshomaru uses the Tenseiga to stave off Gozu and Mezu, and goes to the demon graveyeard in the area between this world and the next. Meanwhile, Naraku sees that Kagome's purifying arrows have broken Hosenki's diamond armor.

Season 5, Episode 23: The Power of Banryu! Duel to the Death on Mt. Hakurei

11 August 2003
Miroku and Sango see a mysterious lump of flesh in the depths of Mt. Hakurei.Sesshomaru and Kikyo sens the strange happening from different locations, and make heir way to Mt. Hakurei. Bankotsu is fighting one on one with Inuyasha.

Season 5, Episode 24: Behind the Darkness - Naraku Reborn

18 August 2003

Season 5, Episode 25: Farewell Kikyo, My Beloved

25 August 2003
Mt. Hakurei is destroyed. Koga falls to the bottom of it. Inuyasha saves him. As he goes to meet up with Kagome and the others, who are trying to escape as quickly as possible, he sees an illusion of Kikyo.

Season 5, Episode 26: The Darkness in Kagome's Heart

1 September 2003
Inuyasha is pulled away from his friends when he is tricked by fake information that Kikyo is still alive. Meanwhile, Kagome and the others are at a certain castle town. They are reproached and captured. Kagome is called to the castle, by herself.

Season 5, Episode 27: Transform Heartache Into Courage

8 September 2003
Naraku's baby carries Kagome to an abandoned temple. He orders Kagura to place a corrupt Sacred Jewel shard in her. But the shard is deflected and Kagome regains consciousness. The baby tries to regain control of her soul once more by telling her to curse Inuyasha's bond with Kikyo.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Don't Boil It! The Terrifying Dried-Up Demon

15 September 2003
In feudal Japan, Naraku has sent a demon called Mimisenri to look for the Sacred Jewel shards. Meanwhile, Kagome returns to the present day, and finds that the school is in the middle of preparing for the cultural festival. Kagome ends up helping out with the festival.

Season 6, Episode 2: Battle Against the Dried-Up Demons at the Cultural Festival

13 October 2003
On the day of the cultural festival, the dried demons that Kagome brought from feudal Japan are revived. They devour the food that Yuka and the others made. Kagome covers up the emergency with food from the convenience store.

Season 6, Episode 3: Chokyukai and the Abducted Bride

20 October 2003
A demon named Chokyukai is revived, and begins to steal girls. A young man named Kisuke comes to Kaede for help. Inuyasha go to defeat the demon. When they arrive at Kisuke's village, Chokyukai appears leading a water imp and a monkey.

Season 6, Episode 4: Shippo's New Technique, the Heart Scar!

27 October 2003
Five demon fox brothers believe Shippo to be a hero. They become his disciples to learn his special technique, the Wind Scar. Shippo is unable to teach it to them, but he tries to show off and fool them. He tricks Mizuki, a girl that he had become friends with recently, and makes her angry.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japanese version)

Richard Ian Cox ... Inuyasha (voice: English version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Sango (voice)
Satsuki Yukino ... Higurashi Kagome (voice: Japanese version)

Kirby Morrow ... Miroku (voice)
Moneca Stori ... Kagome Higurashi (voice: English version)
Kumiko Watanabe ... Shippou (voice: Japanese version)

Jillian Michaels ... Shippou (voice: English version)
Saori Azuma ... Jippou (voice)
Hiroya Ishimaru ... Tokage-Yôkai (voice)
Haruko Kitahama ... Kannon-kakejuku (voice)
Etsuko Kozakura ... Ippou (voice)
Rie Kugimiya ... Gohou (voice)
Yûki Masuda ... Sanpou (voice)
Darren Pleavin ... InuYasha (Animax Asia dub)
Toshiko Sawada ... Matsu (voice)
Kaori Shimizu ... Shihou (voice)
Reiko Takagi ... Mizuki (voice)
Natalie Walters ... Ayame

Season 6, Episode 5: Trap of the Cursed Wall Hanging

3 November 2003
Inuyasha and the gang meet Shinosuke, who is looking for his fiancée. They are led to a village of only women, and are separated by sex into their rooms. Kagome is left together with Sango. She asks Sango about her relationship with Miroku.
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Inuyasha (voice: Japa