This movie aired in Japanese theaters in December 2001. In this movie, Inuyasha must use a specific attack that he does not gain until episode 54 (which also happened to be the last episode aired on Y-TV before the movie hit Japanese theaters), so it's best to see this movie right after episode 54. It stars Inuyasha, Kagome, Sango, Miroku, Shippou, Kirara, and Myouga. There are cameo appearances by Kikyou, Kaede, Sesshoumaru, Rin, Jaken, Hachiemon, and Kagome's family (Mama, Jii-chan, Souta, and Buyo). The movie's three bad guys are Menoumaru, Ruri, and Hari.
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We start off with a familiar scene: the Shikon no Tama as it shattered
The shards are scattered, and you can guess that one lands in the hands of the movie's bad guy.
Having landed in the root of a large, old tree, one of the roots seems to morph and look more humanoid.
Something has been awakened from its slumber...
And the result is...kinda scary...
Elsewhere, Sesshoumaru, on his way somewhere, is accosted by two female demons.
The one on the right is Ruri, and the one on the left is Hari. They demand the "Fang" from him
He looks down at Tenseiga--the only Fang Sword he has, but before he can say "Hell no," they rush him!
He easily knocks them back and into unconsciousness, then walks calmly away
We hear our antagonist saying that he can feel the forces of the sword they seek.
The emblems on Hari and Ruri's foreheads begin to glow as they revive.
Menoumaru then says that Tessaiga's destructive powers...can break the spell
The scene changes to the more peaceful present, where Souta is looking for Jii-chan to tell him that breakfast is ready. Jii-chan points out that for the first time in 500 years, the Sacred Tree is blooming!! (He's obviously flustered.) Inside, Kagome is busily cooking something while Jii-chan is trying feed more stories to Souta about the Sacred Tree. But hey! This one is true! When a half-demon was sealed to the tree 500 years ago, the tree stopped blooming. Kagome butts in to say that since she freed Inuyasha from his seal, the tree went back to normal. Now that she's done cooking, she's ready to head back through the well. The Yasha gang are busy without her, though, for a giant scorpion has emerged from the earth to kick some butt
Kirara is there, looking awesome
And so is Sango.
Miroku is actually serious.
Poor Shippou looks like he'll have an aneurysm.
And here's our star! Inuyasha recklessly jumps down at the giant purple scorpion, landing on its back.
The rest of the gang follow (Shippou does so more hesitantly). Kagome grabs her bike from where it's sitting next to the Sacred Tree, and the rest of the gang is still duking it out with the scorpion. Sango manages to chop off one of its pincers with Hiraikotsu [Flying Bone], but is knocked off of Kirara. Miroku very gallantly catches her, but takes the opportunity when they're on the ground to grope her rear and get a new slap to the face. After Kagome has introduced everyone, she introduces Myouga, who she accidentally runs over with her bike. He recovers quickly to tell her that Inuyasha and the rest of the gang are in a battle at the moment.
Kagome arrives in time to tell Inuyasha where the Shikon shard is, and Inuyasha deals out the whoopass.
Now that the scorpion is dead and the shard retrieved, the Yasha gang can breathe a sigh of relief.
Little do they know that someone is watching them through magic! The gang take a break to eat the food Kagome cooked. This scene is cute, so look at the extra images to see some of it. Kagome stalks away at one point because Inuyasha wants instant ramen more than the food she made (he got sat thoroughly). The thing to notice, though, is that Kirara has an infected cut on her leg. When Sango tries to calm her, Kirara runs off (something is glowing on her forehead--a shape similar to the emblems on Ruri and Hari's foreheads).
Miroku decides to follow Sango, carrying her boomerang along (he makes a funny comment about how heavy it is).
Kagome is on her bike, having a fit of temper, but her bike is damaged from the scorpion battle, so she's thrown off. Aww.
Sango and Miroku, in the nearby forest, find Kirara in the lap of one of two young ladies (Hari and Ruri, of course). They claim that they gave Kirara an antidote to the poisonous bite, and after Miroku asks them to bear his children (earning a sound thwack to the top of his head, thanks to Sango), he then asks if they're from China. They say that they are, but Miroku wonders how they can speak Japanese so well. They respond by saying that they came to this country two-hundred years ago!
Vines grab and hold both Miroku and Sango. Kirara is taken from Sango's hands, and Miroku loses his staff. Hari summons several scorpions to the base of the vines that hold Sango, so we find out then that the scorpion from this morning was a ruse. Miroku uses his Kazaana [Air Void] to draw the deadly insects away from her, trusting the vines to hold Sango away. Ruri moves in and uses her Fukusha [duplication] powers to actually COPY his Kazaana! She then uses it on them, and though they've been freed from the vines, their situation isn't much better.
Miroku's staff is upright in the ground, so he grabs it and Sango to keep them from getting killed
The staff is giving way when an arrow flies through the trees. Ruri is forced to move her arm and close her Kazaana. Ruri and Hari look around, but they can't see anyone and decide to leave. Very, very sadly, it looks like Kirara is under their control now. They ride off on her, and though Sango tries to talk to her demon pet, Kirara growls at her very scarily. Kaede emerges from the woods, asking if they're okay. Go Kaede!!! Miroku and Sango don't waste much time talking to her, though. Meanwhile, Kikyou has appeared in the movie, on her way to visit the Sacred Tree. She sees that the tree senses danger approaching, and watches a moth flying by. Kagome, seeing that her bike is broken, is walking it somewhere, but happens upon Kikyou in front of the Sacred Tree. Kikyou turns to look behind her, and Kagome just kind of panics and hides behind a bush (quite noisily). She's not even sure why she's hiding... When she looks up again, Kikyou is gone. With Inuyasha, he is being followed by Shippou, but he's in search of Kagome because he's ticked off at her for sitting him.
Shippou is doing this funny walk...you have to see this if you can watch the movie sometime!
Anyway, Inuyasha looks ahead and sees Kikyou's Soul-Snatchers. He runs off to find her, of course.
Kagome approaches the tree now that Kikyou is gone, and thinks about how she and Inuyasha first met there. She's about to leave when something in the trunk of the tree catches her eye.
She reaches to touch it, but whatever it is, it's sharp, and it pricks her finger. She sits down, sucking on her finger.
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