Don't Boil It! The Terrifying Dried-Up Demon is the one hundred twenty-seventh episode of the InuYasha anime.
- Kagome returns to the modern era to find that a cultural festival is taking place; her friends have her play a huge part in the festival.
- Naraku finds a demon named Mimisenri, a demon capable of hearing all things in the world, and asks him where the final shard of the Shikon no Tama is.
Naraku has nearly all the shards of the Shikon Jewel, eluded by only a single shard that cannot be found anywhere in the world. In order to locate the final shard, Naraku visits Mimisenri, a demon with ears capable of hearing all things in the world. Kagome returns home to relax, but ends up busy helping her school prepare for a Cultural Festival. Unbeknownst to Kagome, the dried food she brought back with her turns into demons if they are boiled.
Characters in Order of Appearance
- Opening Theme — Grip! — Best of Inuyasha II
- Kagome goes back to the modern era — One Day in the Village (Mura no Ichi Nichi) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Kagome rests on her bed — Kagome and InuYasha — TV OST Vol. 1
- Kagome eats fast — The Confused and the Carefree (Awatenbō to Nonbiriya) — TV OST Vol. 2
- Kagome returns to school and sees the cultural festival in preparation — Cheer Up! Hōjō-kun (Ganbare! Hōjō-kun) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Kagome’s friends want her to have a role for the festival — Fun Group of Friends (Tanoshii Nakamatachi) — TV OST Vol. 2
- Kagome peels potatoes and recites line — The Three Meddlesome Daughters (Sewayaki Sannin Musume) — TV OST Vol. 3
- Kaede is informed about Naraku still needing to find the remaining Shikon Jewel shards — Sign of Unrest (Fuon na Kehai) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Naraku visits Mimisenri to learn where the last Shikon Jewel shard is located — Evil Demon, Naraku (Jayō Naraku) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Inuyasha and co. count the remaining shards that Naraku lacks — The Hidden Well to the Sengoku Era (Kakushi Ido kara Sengoku Jidai e) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Kagome is told that she will have the star part instead — Light-Hearted Beat (Dokidoki Ukiuki) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Hōjō talks with Kagome — The Three Meddlesome Daughters (Sewayaki Sannin Musume) — TV OST Vol. 3
- The boiled food becomes a demon — Tsubaki the Dark Miko (Kuromiko Tsubaki) — TV OST Vol. 2
- Inuyasha says he just wanted to visit Kagome, she tells him about the cultural festival — Across the Time, Kagome (Toki o Koete Kagome) — TV OST Vol. 1
- Shippō gives up the remaining food — Osuwari! — TV OST Vol. 1
- The boiled foods in the school kitchen become demons — Inuyasha’s Metamorphosis (Hengeshita Inuyasha) — TV OST Vol. 2
- Ending Theme — Itazura na Kiss — Best of Inuyasha II
- While the majority of this episode is anime-exclusive, the scenes of Naraku visiting Mimisenri and the gang talking about completing the sacred jewel would mean Kohaku's death are from the manga.