During the storyEdit
After Kagome began her journey through the Bone-Eater's Well, she would always try to return home whenever she had to study for a school exam. She enjoyed to comforts of her home and found it preferable to having to sleep in the woods when she was in the feudal era Inuyasha would occasionally drop by in order to retrieve Kagome.
It is a small two story rectangular house. The entrance has a small corridor that leads to the rest of the house. The living room is on the right side of the entrance. It is usually seen a place of leisure for the family, with someone usually answering the phone or watching TV. The family occasionally eat meals there as well. They would sit on the floor while in there. The furniture is mostly low-profile, but there are also some modern electrical appliances in the inside; a TV, electric lights, and a telephone. It also makes use of Japanese sliding doors called shōji . The kitchen also serves as the dining room. The upstairs floor contains a small bathroom with a washer and dryer right outside the entrance. The bedrooms for each of the family members were also upstairs.
Manga vs. AnimeEdit
- In Episode 11, the Noh Mask partially destroys one of the walls in Kagome's room by using a firetruck ladder to break in.
- Kagome's room is the only bedroom that is shown in the series.