The highly anticipated first episode of Demon Slayer Season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc has finally been released in Japan, unveiling the opening and ending theme songs for the season. The opening theme, titled “Kizuna no Kiseki,” is a collaboration between the popular Japanese rock band Man With a Mission and singer milet. The accompanying video offers a sneak peek into the upcoming episodes, focusing on two new Hashiras who will play vital roles this season.
In the video, we see significant screen time dedicated to Tanjiro, Nezuko, Mitsuri, and Muichiro Tokito. Flashbacks of these characters provide insight into their pasts, while other scenes highlight the swordsmiths hard at work forging katanas. The battles to come in the season are also teased, with Genya Shinazugawa (a fan favourite character for manga readers) making an appearance by firing a bullet from his shotgun. Zenitsu and Inosuke, on the other hand, only have brief appearances alongside the entire demon slayer corps. It is expected that both Zenitsu and Inosuke will have little screen time for Swordsmith Village Arc.
The ending theme song for the TV anime “Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc” has been announced as “Koikogare,” another collaboration between milet and MAN WITH A MISSION.
The number of episodes for Demon Slayer Season 3 has yet to be confirmed. Crunchyroll is officially streaming the season in various regions, including North America, so fans outside of Japan can enjoy the latest adventures of Tanjiro and the demon slayers. The excitement for this new season is palpable, with viewers eager to see how the story unfolds in the Swordsmith Village Arc.
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