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Don't Boil It! The Terrifying Dried-Up Demon is the one hundred twenty-seventh episode of the InuYasha anime.

Synopsis

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

Summary

The Dried-Up demon about to attack

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

Music

  • 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

Trivia

  • 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.
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