InuYasha Movie 1: Toki wo Koeru Omoi


InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time

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Alternative Titles

English: InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
Synonyms: Inu Yasha: Toki wo Koeru Omoi, InuYasha: Love That Transcends Time
Japanese: 犬夜叉 時代を越える想い

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 22, 2001
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Viz Media
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, HistoricalHistorical, DemonsDemons, SupernaturalSupernatural, DramaDrama, MagicMagic, RomanceRomance, FantasyFantasy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 1 hr. 39 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.581 (scored by 4288642,886 users)
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Ranked: #13342
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Popularity: #1610
Members: 75,413
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Synopsis

Inu-Yasha has mastered the ultimate attack of the Tetsusaiga and continues his battle for the Shikon Jewel shards with Kagome, Shippo, Sango, and Miroku. Unfortunately, a freak occurance with a jewel shard has brought to life an incarnation of a demonic enemy sealed by Inu-Yashas' father. Inu-Yasha must surpass his father and destroy this demon or every soul in Japan will be consumed.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Inuyasha

Main
Yamaguchi, Kappei
Japanese

Higurashi, Kagome

Main
Yukino, Satsuki
Japanese

Sesshoumaru

Supporting
Narita, Ken
Japanese

Sango

Supporting
Kuwashima, Houko
Japanese

Kikyou

Supporting
Hidaka, Noriko
Japanese

Miroku

Supporting
Tsujitani, Kouji
Japanese

Shippo

Supporting
Watanabe, Kumiko
Japanese

Rin

Supporting
Noto, Mamiko
Japanese

Kirara

Supporting

Jaken

Supporting
Cho
Japanese

Staff

Ueda, Masuo
Producer, Planning
Shinohara, Toshiya
Director
Tsuruoka, Youta
Sound Director
Hata, Masami
Episode Director, Storyboard


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Ending Theme

"No More Words" by Ayumi Hamasaki



Jun 30, 2011
NightmareRWolf (All reviews)
wow, i can't believe that no other reviews have been written about this movie. well, as an inuyasha fan i shall take it upon myself to write one :D

the first inuyasha movie, affections touching across time, quite the piece of work it is. the story line to it had the same sort of feeling that any of the other inuyasha movies had and the show as well. filled with fighting, jokes, romance, and the characters that only this series can provide. having their original voice actors and music that can be linked to that of the show, it wins in the department of having that read more
Mar 7, 2014
TheRealTHEDragon (All reviews)
I loved this movie, I've watched them all and when it comes to going back to seeing the movies again this one I watch and re-watch again and again. It is second to none in the four movies that have been released. The only other movie that ties it for first is the third movie (Swords of An Honorable Ruler).

The plot is absolutely astounding and the villain continues to make me cringe every time I see him lift up a leaf to his lips. He's a villainous demon I just love to hate.
Dec 10, 2011
Shannthunder (All reviews)
This is my first review so bear with me. I love the inuyasha series, however i did not like this movie too much.
Story-
I can understand what the produces were trying to do, but the movie didn't make alot of sense. I think it was because it didn't flow that well. It was like one minute kagome was all possesed and the next minute she passed out, out of nowhere. I was starting to lose read more
May 16, 2020
orpheusbreeze (All reviews)
This is my absolute favorite Inuyasha movie out of the 4 movies!

The art style is a bit different than the anime, but it follows more closely to the style in the manga. The animators took care in animating the scenes so that they're not simple, but exhibit emotion. It's definitely a breath of fresh air compared to the anime (no offense), since it has nicer and deeper aesthetics.

The music was my favorite in this movie as well; recommend listening to the OST.

The voice acting for Kikyo was done so well, it was delivered very well. Kagome as well. (You'll see what I read more

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