InuYasha's story draws to a close but not before finding Naraku and the Sacred Jewel, and facing new enemies and new dangers.
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 Kagome Higurashi 26 episodes, 2009-2010
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 Byakuya of the Dreams 13 episodes, 2009-2010
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InuYasha's story draws to a close but not before finding Naraku and the Sacred Jewel, and facing new enemies and new dangers.

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This series is a sequel to the original Inuyasha (2000) series, which by its conclusion had already caught up with the releases of the manga and therefore had no more material to work with. After the manga had finished, this series was produced to tie into the original anime in order to adapt the remaining chapters to an anime format. See more »

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Worth your time
15 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

Inuyasha is definitely one of my favorite animes. I loved everything about it, from the very beginning till the end.

The Final Act was not as good as the first part of the series, but still very entertaining and enjoyable.

I gave it 9/10 for one reason: everything just happened so fast and the ending didn't feel as satisfying as I wished it would be. I guess my expectations were way too high so I couldn't help but feel a bit disappointed in the end.

It's still a must see for those who liked Inuyasha first series and wish to conclude an amazing story overall. Funny, romantic, full of action and definitely feels a tad underrated.


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