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"Kimetsu no Yaiba" is a story about Tanjiro Kamado, whose family was killed by a demon, goes on a journey to return his sister, Nezuko, who turned into a demon, to a human being.
Demon Slayer was serialized in Shonen Manga magazine in Japan between 2016 and 2020. The anime has been aired on TV in Japan. After 1st season, the movie "Demon Slayer Mugen Train " was released. The movie has become a massive hit in Japan. The 2nd season " Entertainment District Arc" ended in February 2022. Demon Slayer has been busy these days behind the scenes as it was announced that the Demon Slayer will return for a third season. The third season will be "Swordsmith Village arc" .
There have been many Demon Slayer themed limited-edition collaboration products in Japan as well. Also Demon Slayer fans enjoy visiting the location of scenes. Anime Japan Tours and Tokyo Game Show Tour will take you to Akihabara for shopping anime goods. Enjoy the world of anime with Japan Deluxe Tours.
Universal Studio launched a new Demon Slayer attraction on September 17, 2021. ( Limited attraction until February 13, 2022) This 3D simulator ride attraction was based on the Mugen Train Story.Visitors enjoyed traveling on the Mugen Train and meeting up with Tanjiro, Ryogoku, Enmu, Zenitsu, Nezuko, and more there.
In addition, there were Demon Slayer Wisteria Restaurant, Nezuko’s pop corn stand, Souvenir Store, Demon Slayer Roller coaster and more. At the restaurant, life-size Giyu and Kocho welcomed visitors and they enjoyed Hashira meals with a Taisho-era interior and mystical wisteria flowers atmosphere.
Located in Tochigi Prefecture,
Ashikaga Flower Park
offers the almost same atmosphere as the anime scene of Tanjiro’s final selection. Japanese wisteria in Demon Slayer is a symbol of the charm against demons, and you can see amazingly beautiful wisteria flowers blooming at Ashikaga Flower Park. The best season to see wisteria flowers is between mid-April and mid-May (since it is a natural phenomenon, it changes depending on the temperature).
Immerse yourself in the world of Demon Slayer on your free day during our anime tour. (About 2 hours from Tokyo)
One of other wisteria place, Kawachi Fuji Wisteria Garden (located in Fukuoka) is also popular because the author was born in Fukuoka. Japan Deluxe Tours is pleased to announce the Kawachi Fuji Wisteria Garden & Wisteria Flower Tunnel are featured destinations on our new part of our best-selling Cherry Blossom Group Tours line of vacation packages.
Asakusa is one of the most famous and popular tourist spots in Tokyo and is the place where Tanjiro first met Muzan Kibutsuji. Some of you may wonder why the Kaminarimon Gate with a big red Lantern, which is the landmark of Sensoji Temple, is missing in the anime scene, but it is because the setting is the Taisho era, and the Kaminarimon Gate was burned down during that period. Visit Asakusa during our anime tour and see how similar or different from the anime scene with your own eyes.
Demon Slayer’s Infinity Castle can be found in the real life. Ookawaso Hotel, located in Fukushima Prefecture, is a popular Japanese hot spring resort hotel and the interior design of the hotel looks like Infinity Castle. You will feel like you are in Infinity Castle as you walk into the hotel. What makes it more real is Shamisen (Japanese stringed musical instrument) performance held from 4 pm to 6 pm every day. You may be surprised because that performance exact looks like “Nakime” playing her Biwa (Japanese stringed musical instrument) in Infinity Castle in the anime scene.
The hotel itself is surrounded by beautiful nature showing totally different views depending on the season. Why not extend your stay before/after our anime tour at Ookawa Hotel to experience both Demon Slayer world and Japanese-style hotel at the same time? *Ashikaga Flower Park and Ookawaso Hotel are not official places as the model of Demon Slayer.
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