Continue reading by scrolling after the advertisement.
Inuyasha's spinoff series "Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon" will be airing simulcast via Ani-One YouTube Channel
September 3, 2020 at 6:10 PM PHT (GMT +8)
The official Facebook page of Ani-One Asia has announced Wednesday that the upcoming Rumiko Takahashi's Inuyasha spinoff anime series "Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon" will be airing its simulcast broadcast on October via Ani-One Asia's YouTube Channel. This was revealed after Medialink obtained the license to air the sequel of the Inuyasha series.
Press/click the image to enlarge.
©Yashahime: Princess Half Demon, SUNRISE
The story was described as: Several years after the events of the main series, Sesshōmaru's daughter Towa is separated from her younger twin sister Setsuna and gets stranded in the modern era, where she is adopted into Kagome Higurashi's family. 10 years later, she returns to the past and reunites with Setsuna, who became a demon slayer working under Kohaku and does not remember her past. In order to restore Setsuna's memories, both embark on an adventure while accompained by their cousin Moroha, who is the daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome.
The first Inuyasha anime adaptation produced by Sunrise was released in Japan on Yomiuri TV on October 16, 2000, and ran for 167 episodes until its conclusion on September 13, 2004. It was also broadcast on Nippon Television. Avex collected the episodes in a total of seven series of DVDs volumes distributed in Japan between May 30, 2001 and July 27, 2005.
In 2009's 34th issue of Weekly Shōnen Sunday, published July 22, 2009, it was officially announced that a 26-episode anime adaption of volumes 36 to the end of the manga would be made by the first anime's same cast and crew and would air on Japan's YTV. The series premiered on October 3, 2009 in Japan with the episodes being simulcast via Hulu and Weekly Shōnen Sunday in the United States. In other parts of Asia the episodes were aired the same week on Animax Asia. The anime completed its run on March 29, 2010.