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Mushishi Season 1
This is the first season of the Mushishi anime series. It contains 26 episodes that aired from October 23rd, 2005 to June 19th, 2006. The first season experienced a brief hiatus in March after Episode 20, but resumed airing shortly after in May with the final six episodes.

An OVA titled Special Episode: Sun-eating Shadow (Tokubetsu-hen: Hi Hamu Kage) aired on January 4th, 2014, after the final episode of the first season but before the second season, Mushishi Zoku Shou, aired.

The opening song for this season is The Sore Feet Song by Ally Kerr.


Episode ListEdit

# Title Original air date
01 The Green Seat October 23, 2005
Ginko, a Mushi Master, learns of a boy who can create life by drawing or writing and decides to pay him a visit.
02 The Light of the Eyelid October 30, 2005
Ginko visits a girl suffering from a mushi affliction that has made her eyes sensitive to light.
03 Tender Horns November 6, 2005
A village head summons Ginko to cure the villagers from hearing problems caused by mushi, and to cure her grandson who has sprouted four horns from his forehead.
04 The Pillow Pathway November 13, 2005
05 The Travelling Swamp November 20, 2005
06 Those Who Inhale the Dew November 27, 2005
07 Raindrops and Rainbows December 4, 2005
08 Where Sea Meets Man December 11, 2005
09 The Heavy Seed December 18, 2005
10 The White Which Lives Within the Ink Stone January 8, 2006
11 The Sleeping Mountain January 8, 2006
12 One-Eyed Fish January 15, 2006
13 One-Night Bridge January 22, 2006
14 Inside the Cage January 29, 2006
15 Pretense of Spring February 5, 2006
16 Sunrise Serpent February 12, 2006
17 Pickers of Empty Cocoons February 19, 2006
18 Clothes that Embrace the Mountain February 26, 2006
19 String from the Sky March 5, 2006
20 A Sea of Writings March 12, 2006
21 Cotton Changling May 15, 2006
22 Shrine in the Sea May 22, 2006
23 The Sound of Rust May 29, 2006
24 The Journey to the Field of Fire June 5, 2006
25 Eye of Fortune, Eye of Misfortune June 12, 2006
26 The Sound of Footsteps on the Grass June 19, 2006