KoyoharuGotouge’s comics serial Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (lit. “Blade of Demon Destruction”) is a Children’s cartoon series written and drawn by him. Following his family is killed and his little sister Nezuko is transformed into a demon, TanjiroKamado sets out and became a demon slayer. From February 2016 to May 2020, it was published in Shueisha’sshnen bimonthly magazine Monthly Shnen Jump, with installments collected in 23 tankbon collections. Viz Media published it in English, while Shueishasimulpublished it on amazon Manga Plus website.
The manga surpassed approximately 150 million publications in distribution as of February 2021, which include digital editions, making this one the ninth most popular manga series of all time. Kimetsu’s impact to the profession as a whole, according to manga artists GegeAkutmai as well as Yusuke Murata, is incalculable, and they feel it helped to generate many additional manga lovers. Nevertheless, the anime series has been praised by critics, who praised the animation and combat sequences. It has won several accolades and is widely regarded as one of the finest anime series of the decade. The demon Slayer merch is expected to have grossed at least 270 billion yen ($2.6 billion) in Japan by December 2020.
The merchandise and the wearing
You can buy a t-shirt, sweatshirt, jacket, or figure, as well as stickers and other merchandise that can be combined with any anime/manga assortment.
In the episode, TanjiroKamado, ZenitsuAgatsuma, and indeed the Demon Slayer Corps all wear haori rather than kimonos. NezukoKamado has been the primary character who adopts a kimono, which she closes with either an obi belt.
The Kakushi are still a group of people that serve as the Demon Slayer Corps’ attendants. To protect their identity, they dress modestly equivalents of the regular Demon Slayer outfits, which include a gakuran jacket as well as hakama pants, as well as a black face covering and a monochromatic mask.
The Demon Slayer merch is expected to have grossed at around 270 billion yen ($2.6 billion) in Japan since around December 4, 2020. This encompasses more than 850 billion in speaking engagements, upwards of 50 billion in graphic novel adaptation sales, and more than 130 billion in associated merchandise sales. In January 2021, it was announced that print publication and magazine sales in Japan decreased 1% in 2020 comparison to the previous year, the lowest annual reduction since 2006. This modest drop was ascribed to increased reading in Japan as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic and the “wonderful boom” of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga and associated publications.