‘Kimetsu no Yaiba Yukaku Hen’ Episode 6 Highlights Finally, the voice actor of ‘Mysterious Swordfighter’ is revealed!

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Both enemies and allies awaken, episode 6 of a fierce battle.

On January 9, 2022, the sixth episode, “Overlapping Memories,” of the “Kimetsu no Yaiba Yukaku Hen,” was broadcast. With the appearance of “that person,” which had been a hot topic before the broadcast, the voice actor was finally revealed. Both the enemy and the ally were awakened in the battle, becoming even more fierce.

The voice actor of the mysterious swordfighter is revealed!

Charcoal Jiro explodes his anger at the cruel deeds of the land and fallen princess of the first string. When the fallen princess hears his words, a sight that has never been seen comes to mind. A mysterious swordfighter stood there, which would be a memory of the demon’s head, Oni Mai Tsuji.

A low roaring voice. The man who has a bruise in the same place as Kanjiro and wears a sunflower earring is one of the most important beings in work. Since the beginning of the previous episode, “Yukaku Hen,” there has been a lot of talk about “who plays that man’s voice.”

The leading voice was Kazuhiko Inoue. Nyanko-sensei from “Natsume Yujincho,” Kakashi Hatake from “NARUTO,” Jerid Messa from “Mobile Suit Z Gundam.” The more masterpieces he has, the more he speaks to the characters in many anime.

Although the appearance in “Yukaku Hen” was small, the viewers who knew the original were still very excited. Why did Tanjiro Kamado and this swordfighter seem to overlap? I can’t wait to see how it will be drawn in anime in the subsequent episodes.

I was shivering at the awakening of Sumijiro!

The main story was about the battle scene. Still, after the fallen princess took in her obi and transformed it into her original appearance, I was fascinated by her breathtaking depiction. The change of the fallen princess, which is both fascinating and eerie, involuntarily puts power into your own hands.

In a blow that involved civilians, Sumijiro managed to make a spark when he put his sword on a purple flash that made him realize the speed of his obi. The tragedy created by that moment makes you realize that the battle has become even more severe.

And, Kanjiro, who trembled with anger, releases his power with the momentum approaching the limit of his life. He who plays Hinokami Kagura with a quiet expression is just another person. In addition to the speedy expression, the depiction that seems to share his view in slow motion also makes me feel that Kanjiro is taking a different dimension.

The direction and acting on the fallen princess’s side are also good. Her hands tremble in front of her unconsciously embedded memory. She was surprised at his slash, hurt, and suddenly jumped out in front of him, she said. Not only did I repeat these few minutes over and over again, but the battle scene looked back at 0.25x speed.

Episode 6 was also the time when the amount of information exploded. Like Sumijiro, Tanjiro Kamado tries to awaken with anger. Umeda Tengen and Inosuke run to the demon, and Yoshiyasu still sleeps. Mukimuki mice (?) Who appeal their presence in one cut. In the next episode, will the topic “that man” finally appear before the broadcast, like the swordfighter played by Kazuhiko Inoue?

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