Crunchyroll will officially broadcast Demon Slayer’s “Swordsmith Village” arc this April.
With Demon Slayer’s April 9 release date fast approaching, fans may be wondering where they can watch the latest season of the hit anime. Crunchyroll recently revealed the platform will stream the “Swordsmith Village” season and emulate new episodes every week exclusively in North America, South America, Europe, and anywhere else Crunchyroll is available. The season will also receive voiceovers in six different languages for English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, and Hindi, to be produced and released in the future.
Demon Slayer recently embarked on a world tour for the upcoming season called Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -To the Swordsmith Village- World Tour, where the Japanese voice cast has visited many cities. various, including Tokyo, Los Angeles and Berlin. In February, the special theatrical screening was shown in 95 countries and regions. The last two episodes of the previous season, including the “Amusement Zone,” premiered in theaters before the Demon Hunter gave fans a preview of the first episode of the “Swordsman Village” season.
Actor of the Demon Slayer Village
Natsuki Hanae (Tokyo Ghoul and Your Lie in April) will reprise her role as Tanjiro Kamado, the kind-hearted but stubborn hero of the series. Akari Kito (Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun and Engage Kiss) voices Nezuko, Tanjiro’s younger sister, who becomes a demon after an evil attack. While Zenitsu and Inosuke do not appear much this season, fans will hear the voices of Hiro Shimono and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka respectively in the first episode of the “Swordsmith Village” season. This season will have Hashiras Muichiro Tokito and Mitsuri Kanroji and Demon Slayer Genya taking more of the spotlight, with Kengo Kawanishi, Kana Hanazawa and Nobuhiko Okamoto voicing their respective characters. Toshio Furukawa and Kousuke Toriumi will voice Hantengu and Gyokko, two of the Twelve Kizuki, who will seek to wipe out the Demon Slayers.
Written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge, Demon Slayer received an anime adaptation from ufotable in April 2019. A sequel titled Mugen Train premiered in October 2020 before Season 2 aired. , including the “Amusement Park” section. The third season, adapted from the “Swordsmith Village” arc, will feature Haruo Sotozaki returning as director along with chief animation director Akira Matsushima. This part follows Tanjiro as he visits the Blacksmith’s Village, a secret village where swordsmiths are responsible for creating the very swords that Demon Hunters use to kill living demons, to repair damaged blades. own damage. There, he unexpectedly meets Hashira Love Mitsuri and Mist Hashira Muichiro. Unfortunately, Tanjiro’s time in the village is violently interrupted by the appearance of two formidable High-class Devils, one of which has the ability to split into different bodies.
Demon Slayer’s “Swordsmith Village” arc aired on Crunchyroll on April 9.