Very little is missing for Inuyasha's return with the sequel Yashahime: Princess Half Demon where we will see the daughters of the half demon and his half brother Sesshoumaru in action. In recent months, fans of the series have been increasingly excited about a return to the world of Rumiko Takahashi, between sketches and official drafts.

There is a ton of information leaked on the web, even in the form of spoilers, anticipating important developments in the plot, but as of now it was unknown who would actually take care of the soundtrack and the opening and closing themes. To announce his direct involvement came as a great surprise the Japanese singer-songwriter Uru.

The artist has confirmed with an announcement on his official website that he will take care of Yashahime's final theme: Princess Half Demon. The single, composed especially for the anime, is titled "Break"and will be available for purchase from October 28th, as stated by the singer herself.

The series will debut on October 3rdSo we have the opportunity to listen to the track before the date indicated by Uru. Below is a more detailed summary of Yashahime: "Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru's daughters embark on a journey that transcends time! In feudal Japan, the half-demon twins Towa and Setsuna were hoping for a forest fire. While they were desperately looking for their younger sister, Towa is in a mysterious tunnel that leads you to Japan todaywhere she is found and raised by Kagome Higurashi's brother Sota and his family. Ten years later, the tunnel that connects the two eras will be reopened so that Towa can find Setsuna, who has become a demon hunter in Kohaku's service. However, Towa is shocked as Setsuna has apparently lost all memories of her. Together with Moroha, the daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome, the three young girls travel between the two eras on an adventure in order to regain their lost past. "

Remember, the new generation appeared in the first official trailer and we're leaving you to a fantastic cosplay from Inuyasha.

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