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InuYasha - Wax Melt [PRE-ORDER]
InuYasha - Wax Melt [PRE-ORDER]

InuYasha - Wax Melt [PRE-ORDER]

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Character: InuYasha
Anime: InuYasha
Scent: Asian bamboo, jasmine, white rose, cedar wood, and amber
Size: 3 oz, 6 1" cubes
Melt: 1 - 2 cubes at a time
Use: Any wax warmer
Wax: Natural Vegan USA Soy
Artist: Jean Tumbagahan
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"There was no place for me, so I had to make one for myself, and then I realized I had a place, but I was the only one in it. I didn't know any other way to live."

Even when his life was in danger, InuYasha refused to back down. Enemies were taken aback by his unorthodox fighting style, and he achieved victories greater than his abilities would suggest. InuYasha was driven by a fierce, persistent determination to win, and his guts in battle have proven to work in his favor. However, his volatile emotions could often drive him to behave childishly, and became tiresome to his friends at times

Otaku Trivia:

1) Although the official translation of his name is "Dog Forest Spirit", a less insightful, though perhaps more faithful translation of "Inuyasha" (犬夜叉) is "Dog Yaksha". A yaksha is a race of creatures, or spirits, in Hinduism and Buddhism that traditionally live in forests, which is most likely the intent behind the "official" translation, since, while inaccurate, it is the one least likely to generate confusion. Ironically, this nomenclature closely parallels Onigumo (type of demon + name of animal; i.e. "ogre spider").

2) Inuyasha is the second character in Rumiko Takahashi's works voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi who played Ranma Saotome in Ranma ½ and Rinne's father Sabato Rokudō .

3) Based on the information provided in both the anime and movies, it could be concluded that InuYasha was born roughly around the year 1296 in Winter on a Full Moon, which would be during the Kamakura period.

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