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A Wicked Smile; Kikyo's Wandering Soul

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InuYasha Season 1 - Episode 22

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Episode information

Rōmaji

Kikyō no Tamashii Kōhen

Nihongo

桔梗の魂後編

Opening

CHANGE THE WORLD

Ending

Fukai Mori

Corresponding

73-75

Airdates

Original Airdate

9 April 2001

English Airdate

28 December 2002 (Adult Swim)

Episode Statistics

Format

4:3

Eyecatcher

The Beads of Subjugation

Credits

(no credits available)

A Wicked Smile; Kikyo's Wandering Soul is the twenty-second episode of the InuYasha anime. It first aired in Japan on April 9, 2001.

SynopsisEdit

  1. Inuyasha and the others learn that souls of dead women are being stolen from their bodies.
  2. Kikyō proves to be the culprit, using these dead souls to animate her body.
  3. Kagome finds Kikyō, whom she and the others had believed to be dead.

SummaryEdit

Kikyō, who survived her encounter with Inuyasha, lives peacefully in a village, but must steal the souls of the dying to maintain her presence in the world, which alarms one of the village girls when a monk named Seikai is killed by the shrine maiden when he tries to save her soul. Meanwhile, Inuyasha, Kagome, and their friends investigate girls losing their souls, which inevitably leads them to Kikyō.

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Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit

NotesEdit

Deceased princess's appearance

The position of princess white kimono collar is differ than normal one

  • Episodes 21 and 22 originally aired together as a one hour special.
  • The deceased princess' white kimono's collar was in opposite position rather than "y" shape (if viewed it from the front). According to Sinosphere's culture, once somebody dressed it in opposite collar, it showed that the person had died.

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