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Fateful Night in Togenkyo Part I

Come Here Tetsusaiga

InuYasha Season 3 - Episode 3

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Episode information

Rōmaji

Subete wa Tōgenkyō no Yoru ni (Zenpen)

Nihongo

すべては桃源郷の夜に 前編

Opening

I Am

Ending

Dearest

Corresponding

79-81

Airdates

Original Airdate

January 21, 2002

English Airdate

May 22, 2004 (Adult Swim)

Episode Statistics

Format

4:3

Eyecatcher

Inuyasha uses the Tetsusaiga

Credits

(no credits available)

Fateful Night in Togenkyo Part I is the fifty-seventh episode of the InuYasha anime.

SynopsisEdit

  1. Soon after Sango returns to her village to repair Hiraikotsu, Inuyasha and the others see strange "human faced" fruit.
  2. They soon find that a sage named Tōkajin has been feeding humans to a yōkai tree called Ninmenka, and is responsible for the human faced fruit.
  3. Kagome, Miroku and Shippō come across a box with many tiny men inhabiting it; soon they are shrunken as well and are trapped in the box themselves.
  4. Inuyasha is shrunken as well and is trapped inside Tōkajin's gourd, and is in his human form; Inuyasha manages to escape using Tessaiga's scabbard to summon it, cutting a hole in the gourd.
  5. Inuyasha fights with Tōkajin again but is quickly overpowered by Tōkajin who had stolen Kagome's Shikon no Tama shards, transforming his body into a wrecking ball.

SummaryEdit

Kagome's in school taking a test, She finds out that these question are so simple that she gets an A, so her friends congratulates her. Kagome says "This isn't a dream. It's really happening." she wakes up with a math book on top of her face, and realizes that it was dream. Half awake she sees the moon as an old crescent and falls back to sleep. The next day Kagome tells everyone that she has to go back home (her own time) to study for a test which is in three days. It gives Sango a chance to go back to her village so she can fix her weapon that cracked from her previous battle with a female Coyote demon. Inuyasha lets her go, and Sango hops on Kirara's back and they head back. Kagome's shock for Inuyasha to give up easily. Inuyasha asks her what's wrong with her, but she sais nothing. So the rest of the group head back to Kaede's Village.

Ninmenka

Ninmenka.jpg

In the deep mist of the mountains a man is running, but crashes in to a larger man who is twice the size of him. The big man asks him where he was going. The small man tells him that he had enough of the big man to train him to become a sage like himself. The big man gets his gourd and sucks him in. He then walks back into the fog. Inuyasha and his friends get into the mist as well. Shippō finds a creepy fruit and shows it to Miroku. Miroku tells them that it's a human fruit from a demon tree named Ninmenka. After seeing a lot them floating down the stream he assumes that the tree is huge. Kagome wants to check it out. Inuyasha reminds her that she wanted to go back to her time, but she sais she still has three days until her test.

As the sun begins to set, Inuyasha sees the fruit falling from the top of a tall cliff. He climbs up the cliff and he doesn't waste anytime. Shippō witnessing his behavior tells Kagome and Miroku that tonight is the night of the New Moon. Kagome is surprised that she almost forgot about it. On top of the cliff, the sage waters the Ninmenka from his gourd and out comes a human fruit. He picks and eats, and he's getting tired of it. Inuyasha gets on the edge and asks him to see for if the sage the one who has been doing this? Inuyasha draws his Tessaiga and notices that the man reeks of sick men. He attacks the sage's belly but it bounces off. The sage introduces himself as [Tōkajin] the sage of Togenkyo. He pops out the gourd in front of Inuyasha. Inuyasha thinks it gets bigger, but Tōkajin tells him that he's shrinking and Inuyasha sees his sword is bigger than him. Tōkajin sucks Inuyasha in and realizes that demons are great fertilizer for the demon tree.

Kagome and Miroku float on Shippō as he tries to get them to the top. Kagome knows for what night of New Moon does to Inuyasha... it transforms him into a human. Shippō out of energy from getting them to the top Miroku gets Kagome to the opening on the cliff. Kagome finds a room with a box with real life humans in there. She finds her jewel shards are getting bigger, Miroku tells them that they're getting smaller and they fall into the box village, leaving the jewels to the side of it. Kagome find the men meditating under a tree. She asks them what's going on and one of them tells her that they have to meditate to become sages like Tōkajin. Miroku tells them to stop, but if they do they'll be turn into fertilizer for Ninmenka.

The sun is almost gone, Tōkajin with a few monkeys massaging his back, tries to figure out Tessaiga's power, but decides to go into the room where the box village is. Meanwhile inside the gourd Inuyasha realizes he's getting weak since he doesn't have his sword with him, and not transforming a demon. His coat begins to dissolve. He tries to use his claws to get out but all he can leave are scratch marks. The sun sets and Inuyasha transforms into his human form. Tōkajin leaves the Tessaiga with other weapons and finds Kagome's jewel shards. It shows that he already has one in his belly, he puts Kagome's in there and claims that his body will be a plate of armor. Inuyasha finds the liquid is rising and tries to get to higher up.

Kagome, and Shippō think the men will become sages, but Miroku finds it harder than they're already doing. On the other side a rock a Samurai agrees with him. He tells them Tōkajin trains them to become better fertilizer for the Demon tree. He witnessed it before he was thrown into the box village. Kagome, Shippō and Miroku are surprised to hear about it. Kagome hopes for Inuyasha to be okay.

Inuyasha uses his sheath to break the wall, but slips into the liquid, since he's a human he can feel the pain. He then finds his sheath pulses, and thinks that his sword is close by. He tells his sword to come to him. Outside of the gourd the Tessaiga floats in midair and rams into the spot where the sheath is call. Tōkajin pulls outs the sword leaving a hole, Inuyasha jumps out and returns to his normal size. Tōkajin shows the shards in his belly, but Inuyasha is certain he can beat him. Tōkajin turns into a stone monster and hits Inuyasha hard, making him unconscious. Kagome is one the wall and tries to find a way to get out of there. Miroku and Shippō tell her that there has to be a way out. Kagome screams for she believes she's in a nightmare.

Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit

NotesEdit

  • This is the first episode that has a "Part #" in its title.
  • This is the third time that Inuyasha transforms from a half demon to a human.
  • In the manga version, this episode, and the next one actually happened before the chapters of the "Enter Sango, the Demon Slayer" episode.
  • This is the first time Sango returns to her village since joining the group.
  • Even though Inuyasha isn't touching Tessaiga when Tōkajin shrinks him, it stays in its fang form.
  • Inuyasha learns that when he's in his human form he can still use saya to summon Tessaiga.
  • It's unclear as to why some articles are unaffected by the shrinking and some are not:
    • When Tōkajin shrank Inuyasha, Tessaiga remained unaffected and kept its true size, but saya did not. It could be that Tōkajin did this intentionally, but that wouldn't explain the following point, which is...
    • When Kagome, Miroku and Shippō began to shrink, the Shikon shards did not and remained outside the box garden. The reason this is at odds with the first point is that Tōkajin was neither aware nor present when this happened. Though it could be argued that the Shikon shards were immune because they are sacred objects, it stands to reason that Miroku's staff, prayer beads, sacred sutras and the Beads of Subjugation around Inuyasha's neck should have also remained unaffected. (Though it is possible that Inuyasha's necklace only becomes holy when Kagome activates it.)

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