The final episode of “Kimetsu no Yaiba” Yukaku was a little long.
The play of the anime “Kimetsu no Yaiba” is over.
The final episode (11 episodes of Yukaku, 44 episodes) was a little longer than usual.
Probably because he carefully drew the end of the demon.
In “Kimetsu no Yaiba,” the demon that has been defeated by the demon corps and is disappearing may regain the memory of being a human being.
For example, “Akamaru,” who fought at Tamashiro-san’s residence, disappeared just before it disappeared, muttering “Ma … RI …, Yu … bo …” like a young child.
In addition, Natagumo Kasane remembers that his birth father and mother cherished his bond before he disappeared.
It’s an unfortunate moment.
It is also strongly attracted to the work “Kimetsu no Yaiba.”
The reason why the demon’s past is revealed
However, not all demons remember their sad past when they disappear.
Emma, pretending to be an infinite train, just regretted losing and crumbled while resenting Sumijiro and his friends.
Each demon character may have its original detailed past settings.
However, it seems that it is revealed only when it is “sufficient to talk” in the flow of the story.
Is the end of Akaza drawn in 2024?
In the final scene of the demon, the one that strongly touches the chest is probably “Akaza.” It is the first string, the firm demon number 3.
However, it is still a long time ago to talk about the past of Akaza.
More than 50 episodes of the original manga, Yukaku, will be in 2023, probably 2024, in a hurry to become an anime.
Only in the past of Akaza, three episodes of the original manga and a little were spent. I feel like crying just because I thought about it. It should be one of the best crying places in this work.
The brothers and sisters of Taro and the fallen princess grew up in “Rashomon Kashi.”
Next to that, the “impressive demon’s previous life” is, for me, Taro Kaoru and the fallen princess brothers and sisters. (I think people have different opinions here)
The 44th episode of the anime version seemed a little longer because it carefully portrayed these two “stories when they were humans.”
This brother and sister were born and raised in the lowest area of Yoshiwara Yukaku, “Rashomon Kashi.”
It is a familiar name if you are a little familiar with Yoshiwara.
It seems that it was such a terrifying area that you could be stripped of your clothes just by passing through here.
My brother is a child his parents do not want, hated by others, and still alive.
A younger sister who could become a big star in Edo
However, his life has changed since the birth of his rarely beautiful, more youthful sister.
My sister would have been a hot seller in Yoshiwara.
Becoming a hot seller in Yoshiwara means becoming a star known throughout Edo.
My sister has the potential to become a star.
He believed so and lived.
Until my sister is thirteen.
She has thirteen cages, stabs a hairpin in a customer’s samurai (probably a vulgar customer), and her sister is burned alive.
To save it, my brother became a demon with his sister.
Husband Taro is also alive for his sister.
It is the same as Tanjiro Kamado.
The same part of Tanjiro Kamado and Tanjiro Kamado
Husband Taro and his younger sister lived alone, close to each other.
The painful hard work of the younger brother and sister who help each other shakes their hearts.
One of the charms of “Kimetsu no Yaiba” is that his older brother, Kanjiro, is willing to protect his younger sister, who has become an outsider.
The behavior of Taro Yuu was the same.
Tanjiro is aware of that.
He looked at the demon husbands and sisters, imagining that they might have become demon brothers and sisters.
“No matter how many times I’m reborn, I’ll be my brother’s sister!”
The brothers and sisters of “Taro Kamado and the Fallen Princess” were also behind the scenes of “Tanjiro Kamado and Tanjiro Kamado.”
The husbands and husbands happened to be off the road.
Even if I became a demon, my brother and sister cooperated.
It was a series of criminal deeds, but they are still brothers and sisters who cooperate and trust each other.
It becomes clear at the entrance to the underworld, where the two are decapitated.
Her younger sister, Fallen Princess (whose real name is Ume), clings to her brother there as well. She relies on her.
The older brother regrets that he couldn’t protect himself and was overwhelmed by his lack of power and decided to go another way here, but his sister clung to her back and never left.
Her brother doesn’t dare to shake it off either.
They have lived alone since they were young and have never been separated.
The final episode’s title was “No matter how many times I was reborn.”
This comes from her younger sister, Fallen Princess (Ume), crying on her brother’s back, “No matter how many times I’m reborn, I’ll be my brother’s sister !!”
Human Husband Taro is not a person’s name
My brother’s name is Taro Keio.
“Taro Husband” is not a word used for a person’s name.
There was an explanation in the original manga, but the basis of the word was skipped in the animation.
“Taro Husband” is a job title.
It is the same word as “driver” and “worker.”
It refers to the men who work in the Yukako. (It’s a male employee, but if you write it that way, the atmosphere will be different, so write it as male.)
The protagonists of the Yukaku are women but men who work behind the scenes.
In modern times, it’s like a sex shop, for example, a “boy in a cabaret club.”
“Boy” seems to be a person’s name, but just as it represents a job title, “Yukaku Taro” is also a job title that refers to a male servant who works at the Yukaku Tower.
“Last night, Gyu becomes this horse.”
The job title, Taro Guiyutaro, was also called Gyu.
The line “Gyu recommended by the last night will be this horse this morning” is used in rakugo (mainly “Tsukaima”), which is “a man who was a bargain at night, but the next morning he collects it.” It is an exciting line to say “go.”
It is also interesting that “Gyu (cow) becomes a horse.”
This is because the role of going to the house of a fool who played without money and collecting it was called a “horse.”
Even today, there is a “guy.”
Even now, when I walk in the red-light district, some men cheerfully say, “I have a good girl.”
They look cheerful, but they aren’t positive, and if something goes wrong, they’ll become sick and full of atmosphere.
Many older brothers in Kabukicho and Ikebukuro (in various places).
That is “Gyu.”
There is “unfathomable violence” in the red-light district with a beautiful older sister.
There was open “violence” in Yoshiwara, a government-approved Yukako.
Kimetsu no Yaiba has been an incarnation of that violence since he was human.
Husband Taro, who had no name as a person
He was called “Taro Husband,” which means he does not have a proper name.
His real name was “Toritaya (collector)” or “Boy-san (boy).” Not a nickname. His real name is.
In other words, there is no name as a person.
Even if he is so named or called in the middle, it is not a person’s name.
The name itself contains tremendous sorrow.
He wasn’t a human being. It is suggested that he was out of the public. Imagine that, and he’s a little struck.
It seems that his younger sister also had the human name of “Ume.”
He said he was taken from his mother’s illness, so it must be a venereal disease, “syphilis.”
Both my brother and sister have been sad since I was a person.
“A life that accelerates for the better.”
The two who were weak always teamed up and eventually became stronger.
As his sister’s beauty grows, his ugly brother feels more responsive to his work, and eventually, he has a faint hope.
“I felt like our lives were accelerating for the better.”
The strength of the bond between the brothers and sisters is reflected in the words of this husband, Taro.
It also has a sadness.
The two, who had a cursed name on their backs, lived in the world they called only by that name.
He pierced so much that he was counterattacked, almost killed, and became a demon.
He continued to eat people in Yoshiwara but was found by Kanjiro and others and was killed.
Tanjiro Kamado brothers and sisters who were watching over the end of Tanjiro Kamado brothers and sisters
Kanjiro and Tanjiro watched over the demon brothers and sisters, who continued to talk even if they had only their necks until the end.
After soaring into ashes, Kanjiro asked if the brother and sister had made up, and Tanjiro nodded vigorously.