Thursday, January 06, 2005

Drawings of Inuyasha

The "Drawings of Inuyasha" blog was created to post my favorite Drawings of Inuyasha. I have also included great links to the top websites that post Drawings of Inuyasha and other pictures. If you would like to contribute to my Drawings of Inuyasha blog, please send an email to Drawings of Inuyasha (at)

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 1
Welcome to the Inu-Yasha image gallery. These images are for your to take and use on your websites and contianing no tags: yes just take them (don't direct link though). Also you don't have to link back - I don't mind about that - but if you want to link - that would make me happy :) If you have a question, please check out the FAQ before e-mailing me.

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 2
Welcome to our Inuyasha pictures gallery. Here, we features two types of Inuyasha pictures: episode and true art. Scroll down to find out the one you're most interested in. [Episode Pictures] This section features exclusive, high-quality pictures from various episodes of Inuyasha. Each episode features 12 screen shots.

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 3
Welcome to InuYasha World dot com - the ultimate source for your favorite 1/2 dog demon! Can I use the Inuyasha Images on this site? Sure, just right click your mouse and select "save this picture". Please do not direct link the picture from, since the site server and directories gets updated almost daily, you will get dead images on your site.

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 4
Welcome to my Inuyasha image gallery All images are scanned/ripped from DVD by me. * = new or updated image(s) You must contact me for permission if you want to use more than 5 images from this site. Remember to give a little credit.

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 5
Inuyasha Palace - We are dedicated to bringing you quality content and interactivity here at this website. This Inuyasha site was founded on May 15, 2004.

Drawings of Inuyasha - Picture Site 6
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Plot Summary for "Inuyasha"

Kagome Higurashi is a 15 year old schoolgirl who lives at a history-filled Japanese shrine. She is also the reincarnation of an ancient priestess named Kikyo, who guarded the sacred Shikon no Tama (Jewel of Four Souls), and who sealed away the half-demon Inuyasha who had tried to steal the jewel in order to become a full demon. Kikyo died of her wounds and had the jewel burned with her body. Kagome is one day pulled into the ancient well on her family's shrine and thrown into the past, 50 years after Kikyo's death. She befriends Kaede, the late Kikyo's sister, who realizes Kagome is Kikyo's reincarnation. They are attacked, and learn that Kagome has the Shikon no Tama, but it's actually inside her body! Kagome accidentally awakens the dog-demon Inuyasha, and frees him after the jewel has been ripped from her body. Now Inuyasha wants the jewel back, but Kagome can't let him have it. He is forced (by Kaede's magic) to wear a necklace that allows Kagome to control him with one word, "Sit!", which sends him face-first into the ground. Kagome accidentally shatters the jewel, and now she and Inuyasha have to work together to find all the pieces before they fall into the wrong hands. Only Kagome can "sense" where the shards are, and only Inuyasha is powerful enough to get them from the demons or people who have them. But can they stop fighting long enough to work together?