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Kikyō (桔梗, "Chinese Bellflower") was a miko during the Sengoku jidai and, at one time, Inuyasha's main love interest.
Fifty years after the incident, she is resurrected by the demon ogress Urasue, using grave soil and the soul of her reincarnation, Kagome Higurashi.
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Nestled in the wasteland of 70s Covent Garden, the Roxy was punk’s cathedral.By ’78 punk was becoming a costume – the very pop orthodoxy it had originally sought to destroy.For many punk ended when the Pistols split, beset by internal problems, following an abortive tour of the USA in January ’78.Shortly after, Kagome calls her soul back and Kikyō is forced to rely on the souls of the dead, collected by her Shinidamachū, to sustain her fake body.Though she was initially cold-hearted and harbored deep hatred towards Inuyasha, this hostility gradually disappears and her love for Inuyasha returns.Punk interlopers the Jam raised the bar for lyricism, challenging punk’s London elite.Punk also began to extend its three-chord vocabulary through an alliance with reggae, memorably captured by the Clash on White Man in Hammersmith Palais.It became Kikyō's duty to spend her life guarding the jewel, protecting it from the wicked humans and demons who sought it for their own selfish means.However, her duty as the jewel's protector also meant that she could not show any signs of weakness, lest demons or evil men should take advantage of her.As a priestess, Kikyō spent her life fending off demons who attempted to steal the Shikon Jewel, as well as protecting the village from disease and famine.However, the one demon whom she refused to kill was Inuyasha because she sensed that he was only a hanyō (half-demon), and has lived an abnormal life of solitude, much like herself.