The nine pillars come together once again and All Nippon Airways unveils a second Demon Slayer-themed aircraft: Kimetsu No Yaiba for its fleet.
The most powerful leaders of the Demon Slayer Corps will take to the air in a new promotion.
As Comic Natalie reports, All Nippon Airways (ANA) has revealed the design for the second Demon Slayer-themed aircraft that will join the company’s fleet. The new aircraft will be decorated with a design depicting the nine Hashira, the strongest warriors of the Demon Slayer Corps, on both sides of the aircraft. The plane’s interior will have decorations inspired by popular anime and manga series, flight attendants wearing Demon Slayer aprons, and a unique in-flight meal that recreates Flame Hashira’s bento box, in addition to its external livery. Kyujuro Rengoku from the Mugen Train film in 2020. Passengers may also purchase acrylic stands showing the figures in ANA uniforms. Fans in Japan will be able to book a flight on the plane starting March 25.
The Hashira plane is the second ANA plane to have a Demon Slayer makeover: the previous plane, which took off on January 31, featured a paint job that depicted Tanjiro, his adoring younger sister Nezuko, and fellow fledglings Zenitsu and Inosuke.
Hashira is a rank given to the Demon Slayer Corps’ nine most skilled fighters and leaders in the anime and manga series. Rengoku, who wields fire, is given the moniker Flame Hashira, which corresponds to his preferred breathing manner. The nine Hashira have become the series’ most popular characters, and each of them plays a key role in the plot: the stoic water Hashira, Giyu Tomioka, saves Tanjiro at the start of the series, setting the young man on the path to becoming a demon slayer himself, while the Hashira of Flame and Sound-play key roles in the Mugen Train and Entertainment District arc, respectively.
The anime’s second season just ended, but the show’s producers have already confirmed that it would be followed by an adaptation of the Swordsmith Village arc, which will follow Tanjiro’s voyage to the Demon smiths’ birthplace. Slayer Corps in order to repair his damaged Nichirin katana. The sequel to the series was revealed alongside new artwork from the ruthless Mist Hashira, Muichiro Tokito, and the bubbly Love Hashira, Mitsuri Kanroji.
VIZ Media has released the whole English version of Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer: Koyoharu Gotouge’s Kimetsu No Yaiba. The anime’s first season is available on Netflix, Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation, whereas the second season is exclusively available on the latter two services.