The animes also come and go on the platforms as it is necessary to negotiate certain licenses, and ‘inuyasha‘ was one of those series that had been in limbo for a long time. Well, Netflix has given us double joy this month, because in addition to recovering ‘Haikyuu!’, now this classic series is also returning to the platform.
Demons, trips to the past and an epic search
‘InuYasha’ It was already available on Netflix years ago, and now it has returned with its first 54 chapters, which have been added to the platform as two seasons of 27 episodes each. Again, the series is available both in Japanese and with the original Spanish dubbing.
The first series of ‘inuyasha‘ aired between 2000 and 2004 with 167 episodes that adapted the manga Rumiko Takahashi. As there came a time when the publication of the manga was reached, the series went on hiatus for several years until it was released in 2009′InuYasha: The Final Act‘ with 26 episodes to adapt the final arc.
Selecta Visión recently licensed this last season, which can be seen for the first time in Spanish… And Now that ‘InuYasha’ has returned to Netflix, it is very possible that anime seasons will continue to be added and that at some point we will also see ‘InuYasha: The Final Act’ in streaming. It has also recently spawned an original sequel, ‘Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon’.
‘InuYasha’ follows Kagomea teenager who ends up being transported to feudal Japan one day and accidentally releases the half-demon inuyasha, who has been trapped for several decades. When an extremely powerful jewel is shattered into thousands of pieces, the two must embark on a long journey to recover all the fragments.