In InuYasha, Kikyo is a powerful priestess who has made it her duty to protect the Shikon Jewel also known as the Sacred Jewel. In InuYasha Episode 57, Kikyo falls under Naraku’s evil spell and Inuyasha unfortunately kills Kikyo. In InuYasha Episode 58, Kagome Higurashi, Inuyasha’s love interest, and the entire InuYasha entourage set out to find Inuyasha’s jewel shards with Kikyo’s ashes in InuYasha Episode 59. In InuYasha Episode 60, Inuyasha finally wakes up and Kagome breaks Kikyo’s spell on InuYasha by giving InuYasha a little kiss. In InuYasha Episode 61, Inuyasha and Sesshomaru finally mend their bad blood with each other and Inuyasha finds out that the demon that killed Kikyo wasn’t Naraku but Onigumo who can not only take on the form of a full demon but also the form of Inuyasha. In InuYasha Episode 62, Kikyo and Inuyasha’s love is tested as they face off against each other in a battle for the Sacred Jewel Shard. In InuYasha Episode 63, Inuyasha and Kikyo decide to work together to search for Naraku who has turned his attention towards the Jewel Shard Kikyo has because Inuyasha has his own. In InuYasha Episode 64, Inuyasha and Kikyo fight Naraku but come up short when he uses the Kazaana to suck them in and kill them. In InuYasha Episode 65 A-B-C, Inuyasha plays a song on his flute for Kikyo and Naraku uses that tune to reawaken Inuyasha’s demonic blood.
Antonio Carlos Jobim is a Brazilian composer, pianist and singer who is best known for his bossa nova compositions. His most famous piece, Corcovado, was written in collaboration with lyricist Newton Mendonça and has been recorded by many artists over the years. If you’re looking to learn this beautiful song, Antonio Carlos Jobim – Corcovado