Based on the Shogakukan award-winning manga of the same name, InuYasha follows Kagome Higurashi, a fifteen-year-old girl whose normal life ends when a demon drags her into a cursed well on the grounds of her family's Shinto shrine. Instead of hitting the bottom of the well, Kagome ends up 500 years in the past during Japan's violent Sengoku period with the demon's true target, a wish-granting jewel called the Shikon Jewel, reborn inside of her.\ \ After a battle with a revived demon accidentally causes the sacred jewel to shatter, Kagome enlists the help of a young hybrid dog-demon/human named Inuyasha to help her collect the shards and prevent them from falling into the wrong hands. Joining Kagome and Inuyasha on their quest are the orphan fox-demon Shippo, the intelligent monk Miroku, and the lethal demon slayer Sango. Together, they must set aside their differences and work together to find the power granting shards spread across feudal Japan and deal with the threats that arise.

The last season (Season 8) of this show is also called "Inuyasha: The Final Act".

InuYasha - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2000-10-16

InuYasha - List of Inuyasha episodes - Netflix

The episodes of the Japanese anime series Inuyasha are based on the first 36 volumes of the manga series of the same title by Rumiko Takahashi. The series follows half-demon Inuyasha and a high school girl Kagome Higurashi on a journey, alongside their friends, a young fox demon, Shippo; a lecherous monk, Miroku; a demon slayer, Sango; and a demon cat, Kirara, to obtain the fragments of the shattered Jewel of Four Souls, a powerful jewel that had been hidden inside Kagome's body, and keep the shards from being used for evil, including by the half-demon Naraku. Produced by Sunrise, the series premiered in Japan on Animax on October 16, 2000 and ran for 167 episodes until its conclusion on September 13, 2004. It also aired on Animax's English-language networks in South Asia and East Asia and it was broadcast on Yomiuri TV and Nippon Television. The English dub of the series aired on Cartoon Network's programming block, Adult Swim, from August 31, 2002 through October 27, 2006. In Canada, the series aired on YTV. A second anime series, Inuyasha: The Final Act, premiered on October 3, 2009 and covers the final volumes of the manga series.

InuYasha - Music listing - Netflix

Fourteen pieces of theme music were used for the original series; six opening themes and eight ending themes.

InuYasha - References - Netflix