Demon Slayer Season 3 Takes Over Japan With Huge World Premiere

It looks like Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is ready to show the world why it’s the greatest anime out there. After a hot minute out of the spotlight, the series returns this year with season three. Over the weekend, fans in Japan were lucky enough to catch Demon Slayer’s new arc early as it premiered exclusively in theaters. And of course, the box office numbers prove that the Demon Slayer is still as competitive as they come.

According to reports from Japan, the premiere of Demon Slayer’s Swordsmith Village arc made about 320 million yen on its first day. That’s almost $2.5 million USD, and that’s just on day one. Weekend numbers will be higher, so Tanjiro can rest easy knowing his place at the top of the anime food chain is secure.

Naturally, this big debut has caught the attention of fans all over the world, and Demon Slayer will soon be visiting people outside of Japan. After all, the anime is preparing for some kind of world tour ahead of season three. From Spain to the United States, a number of countries will welcome Demon Slayer in the coming months before season three releases for real in April.

Currently, Demon Slayer is expected to kickstart its new season this spring, and it will bring two courses to life. For those who haven’t seen Koyoharu Gotouge’s hit series yet, you can always binge seasons one and two on Crunchyroll and Hulu. Netflix just brought the first half of season two to the state. And as for the manga, the finished series is available to read in print and online through Manga Plus.

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