|“||As I pass through the lengthy struggle of life in this fleeting world, I cannot help but long for the midnight moon I once saw.||„|
Kanna is the first incarnation of Naraku to created, though technically the 2nd to appear, since Kagura appeared first. She has the power to absorb attacks and souls into her mirror, and later displayed the ability to summon a glass guardian to copy attacks of her enemies. Because of Kanna's childlike appearance people can be fooled into believing she is innocuous. Unlike her sibling Kagura Kanna is treated considerably better by Naraku.
She was voiced by famous voice actress Janyse Jaud.
|“||Fools. Do they pity Kanna? But Kanna cannot feel a thing, be it pain, fear or sorrow. She cannot even understand the reason for your pity.||„|
|~ Naraku about Kanna.|
She appeared to have an ear for poetry, reciting some of the poems in InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass. In InuYasha: The Final Act, Kanna recites the same poem twice in "Naraku's Heart" and another one in "Flowers Drenched in Sadness". Each poem reflected something from each episode, such as Kagura's desire for freedom and questioning her own existence.
Kanna first appears when manipulating a village in order to absorb Kagome's soul. When this backfired, her role diminished to that of a scout and an informant to Naraku. In the Final Act, she finally makes her move and summons a glass guardian to battle Inuyasha. This led to a difficult fight with her, leading to her defeat.
However, Naraku decided to have her sacrifice her life in order to kill Inuyasha and his friends, crushing her heart. Before her death, she imparts some knowledge on how to defeat Naraku to Kagome, telling her that the light will destroy him.
- She looks similar to Kaguya Otsutsuki from Naruto. Ironically, at one point she served a villain who also goes by the name of Kaguya.