Fans have long wondered how Demon Hunter’s Tanjiro got his hard skull, and it turns out his secret lies in the calcium-rich beverage of his choice, which is milk.
According to Anime News Network, lovable chibi versions of various Demon Slayer characters will take over at Shinjuku Station, telling drunken visitors that they need to drink some milk. An 80 meter long poster and several displays have been set up around the underground area of Shinjuku Station, where characters like chibi Rengoku and chibi Nezuko greet visitors with “oishi!” and “gyu.” The collaboration between Demon Slayer and Meiji, the maker behind the Meiji Oishii Gyunyu dairy brand, will run from April 17 to April 23.
About Demon Slayer’s Exciting Milk Collaboration
This a-moo-sing collaboration goes beyond posters and screens. Fans can enter a raffle for a chance to win a mug featuring the Chibi Demon Slayer characters drinking milk or acrylic standees featuring one of the characters. Characters include Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, Zenitsu, Hashiras Giyu, Shinobu, Rengoku, Tengen, Mitsuri, and Muichiro. Fans must collect and submit three “points” worth of logos from milk brand packs to participate. 1,000 winners can win trophies, while 9,000 winners can win acrylic standees..
Although his skull is strong and hard, thanks to his daily milk intake, Tanjiro cannot rely on his head alone to protect himself. Demon hunters wield special swords called Nichirin Swords, which are designed to slay demons because the blades are forged in areas flooded with sunlight year-round. Since sunlight is the demon’s weak point, the Demon Hunter’s sword will prove their defeat if their neck touches their blade. Thus, the survival of the Demon Slayers and humanity is in jeopardy when two demons from Muzan Kibutsuji’s Twelve Kizuki attempt to destroy the swordsmith village in the “Blacksmith Village” section.
Based on the best-selling manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge, Demon Slayer was adapted into an anime by ufotable in April 2019. Sales of the manga skyrocketed after the anime’s first season aired and ended. and has recorded 150 million copies in circulation as of February 2021. The series follows Tanjiro Kamado, who must find a way to turn his younger sister Nezuko back into a human after a demon named Muzan Kibutsuji transforms her. he turned into a demon. But first, he must overcome the twelve most powerful demons of Muzan under his authority.
Demon Slayer: The “Swordsmith Village” season of Kimetsu no Yaiba is currently airing and available to stream on Crunchyroll.
Source: Anime News Network, Twitter