The English dub followed suit by casting Richard Ian Cox as Inuyasha, after he previously voiced Ranma in the last four seasons of Ranma ½.
In the Mexican Spanish dub, it's not the first time Enzo Fortuny (Inuyasha) has voiced a dog.
Cross-Dressing Voices: Jakotsu in all the dubs (except German) is voiced by a woman. Shippo and Sota are also voiced by women in both Japanese and English, as is Kohaku in the Japanese version.
Fan Nickname: "Fluffy," "Fluffy-sama," and Sesshy for Sesshoumaru.
Missing Episode/No Export for You/Screwed by the Network: To anime fans in Hungary, this series is the poster-boy for these tropes, as it's been canceled after episode 113, and the license for The Final Act was denied by the distributors because of this. For the last few years, so many fan-undertakings have tried to bring it back that they've even seen some media attention — though mostly in a negative sense. What makes this even more bothersome is that the base series has been fully dubbed in its unedited form, but those last episodes were never made available anywhere. Also of note, much of the same was true for the German release, but at least they seem to be rectifying it by finally dubbing the remainder of the series.
Naraku: Alan Rene Bressant/Luis Alfonso Padilla —> Carlos Pinto
In The Final Act, most of the original Mexican Spanish cast returned to reprise their roles. However, Alan René Bressant voiced Naraku due to Luis Alfonso Padilla's death in 2012.
Overtook the Manga: The first anime ended without any resolution when it overtook the manga. After the manga ended, a second anime Inuyasha: The Final Act was made and continued the story from where the first one left off.
In the Brazilian dub, both Kagome and Kikyo were voiced by Letícia Quinto.
Screwed by the Lawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by Hanyou from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ALL releases of the series both internationally and even in Japan because this began with the recent Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either.
Teasing Creator: Similar to another famous work by Takahashi, she makes the main pairing of Inuyasha painfully obvious from early on, continuously giving them plenty of hinting or down right romantic moments, however, Inuyasha and Kagome don't share a single kiss throughout the entire content of about 550 chapters. Not. Once. And even when they're about to at one point, Takahashi infamously decided to have Kagome's little brother randomly barge in to interrupt them. The makers of the anime must have recognized the "unfairness" of it however, for they expanded a hug Inuyasha and Kagome shared during the final battle into including a kiss as well. The kiss in the second movie, while adored, remains questionably canon to the original story.
Un-Cancelled: After the manga ended a new anime was made to finish the story.
According to series director Masashi Ikeda, more popular characters were asked to be introduced earlier than they were in the manga. He refused, citing the manga's structured storyline.
The anime was originally meant to air on Cartoon Network's Toonami block. However, it instead ended up on [adult swim] due to content issues, making it one of the few [adult swim] anime shows that were meant for Toonami, until November 4, 2012, when the show has managed to avert this, finally airing on the revived Toonami block. It was initially Daylight Savings Time filler, before being officially added to the lineup on November 11th, replacing fellow [adult swim] show Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
Jakotsu was originally supposed to be female, but the author decided she didn't want Inuyasha fighting and defeating a human female so she made him a Villainous Crossdresser instead.
At the end of the series, Takahashi contemplated back and forth on whether Kagome should stay in the future or the past, but ultimately went for the latter to make for a happier ending.
Through the entire series, Inuyasha never says his own name. The only time he did was in an anime-only filler episode "The Tragic Love Song of Destiny" where he says it to Kikyo. Otherwise, Inuyasha is a name only said by other characters, never from the actual dog demon himself.