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Another Past Character Returns to Hanyou no Yashahime

Hanyou no Yashahime Japanese anime television series, translated into English as Yashahime: princess half demon has been produced by Sunrise. This anime series is a sequel to the Inuyasha anime series which has been adapted from an original manga series by Rumiko Takahashi. He has written as well as illustrated the manga.

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The manga revolves around the story of Sesshomaru’s twin daughters, called Towa Higurashi and Setsuna and Moroha, Inuyasha and Kagome Higurashi’s teenage daughter. The TV series made its debut in this year, that is 2020 in the month of October.

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After the events of Inuyasha Towa who is Sesshomaru’s daughter is separated from her twin sister younger to her, called Setsuna and then she gets stranded into the modern era, and she has been adopted into the family of Kagome Higurashi.

Towa gets reunited with her sister after ten years which is a very long period of time. Setsuna has come to the modern time through the help of the Tree of Ages. During the time the sisters were separated, Setsuna has changed her form and has become a demon slayer who does not remember her past. She is working under Kohaku.

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To restore the memories of Setsuna, the sisters embark on an adventure and are joined by Moroha who is their cousin and is the teenage daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome.

RETURN OF PAST CHARACTER

A past character will be seen again in the series, of this amazing anime. For more updates and visuals you can also check the official Crunchyroll site. The characters till now are voiced by very talented Japanese voice actors and actresses.

This show although a fiction, tells the story of the relationship among two sisters which is a beautiful theme. Sara Matsumoto and Erica Mendez voice the role of Towa in Japanese and English respectively.

 

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