Episode 6 of the 3rd season of the popular anime “Kimetsu no Yaiba,” “TV Anime “Kimetsu no Yaiba” Swordsmith’s Village Edition” (every Sunday from 23:15 on Fuji TV), was broadcast on the 14th.
After the broadcast, an illustration provided by Minoru Immortal Kawa when he was young showing a smile was released on Ufotable’s official Twitter. The older brother of the Immortal Brothers, Minoru Immortal, and his younger brother, Genya Immortal, appear on the internet. He reacted to Ya’s smile by saying, “That smile I want to protect,” “Ah, it’s precious,” “I cried,” “It’s painful,” and “What a refreshing and gentle smile.”
“Kimetsu no Yaiba” is based on the manga of the same name that was serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” from February 2016 to May 2020 and is a famous work that has sold over 150 million copies in total. Set in a world inhabited by man-eating demons in the Taisho period, Tanjiro Kamado, a boy whose family was killed by monsters, returns his younger sister Nezuko, who became a demon, to a human, and avenges the demons who killed his family—a story about joining the Demon Slayer Corps and going on a journey.
The first season of the TV anime was broadcast from April to September 2019, and it became a social phenomenon with its popularity.
The movie “Kimetsu no Yaiba: Infinite Train Edition,” which is connected to the final episode of the anime, was released in October 2020 and became a massive hit with domestic box office revenue exceeding 40 billion yen, and the movie will continue from December 2021.
The second season of the TV anime “Yukaku-hen” will be broadcast. And the continuation of the second season, the third season, “Swordsmith’s Village Edition,” is a story from the 12th volume of the original comic. Put it down. On the other hand, Kotetsuzuka is furious with Tanjiro for having his sword chipped in his fight with Gifutaro.
The central characters of the story are Muichiro Tokitou (CV: Kengo Kawanishi), the highest-ranking swordsman of the Demon Slayer Corps, Kasumibashira (CV: Kengo Kawanishi), and Mitsuri Kanroji (CV: Kana Hanazawa).