Kagome Higurashi, an average ninth grader, gets pulled into an ancient well by a demon, bringing her years in the past to a feudal era. There she meets Inuyasha, a half-demon who seeks the Shikon Jewel to make himself a full-fledged demon. Meanwhile, Kagome returns to the present day, and finds that the school is in the middle of preparing for the cultural festival. Kagome ends up helping out with the festival. On the day of the cultural festival, the dried demons that Kagome brought from feudal Japan are revived. They devour the food that Yuka and the others made.
These would be the best picks in terms of storyline, characters, and overall plot devices being put to good use. The fifth season seemed to hold the strongest as almost all the episodes were greatly interconnected but there were also some that could be nitpicked from prior seasons and forthcoming seasons that rather stood out as well. However, in the long run, these episodes held the strongest moral value yet kept true to maintaining an action-packed basis of instrumentation of the plot rather than keeping the pace dry or plainly being poor like the comedic episodes which were used as filler material. These would be the strongest episodes for plot points, in respective order:. TV 25 min Animation, Action, Adventure.
The series begins with Kagome Higurashi , a year-old schoolgirl from modern-day Tokyo who is transported to the Sengoku period of Japan after falling into a well in her family shrine, where she meets the half dog-demon, Inuyasha. When a monster from that era tries to take the magical Shikon Jewel embodied in Kagome, she inadvertently shatters the Jewel into many pieces that are dispersed across Japan. Inuyasha and Kagome start traveling to recover it before the powerful and evil half spider-demon Naraku finds all the shards.