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Kimetsu no Yaiba breaks a record in theaters in Japan not seen in the last 18 years

” Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Infinite Train ” hit theaters in Japan almost two months ago, and since then it has managed to have only “Spirited Away” ahead in terms of historic box office sales. In what seems like an eventually inevitable crowning, the film adaptation of Koyoharu Gotouge’s work has recently achieved a mark not seen in the last 18 years of the country.

Kimetsu no Yaiba, preparing to overtake Spirited Away

Thus, “Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Infinite Train” becomes the first film since the premiere of “Spirited Away” in 2002 to break the barrier of 30 billion yen collected – 30.2 exactly -, reports the ANN team. Also, in what has also been a constant since the premiere of the feature film, the great difference between the two types when it comes to reaching the aforementioned mark is that, while “Spirited Away” took 253 days to do so, “Kimetsu did not Yaiba: The Infinite Train “has seen only 59 days necessary. Now, “Kimetsu no Yaiba” is 0.6 billion yen away from reaching the work of Studio Ghibli.

There is no doubt, then, that what the film based on the next arc of the manga is achieving is something completely unpublished in Japan, and although it sounds daring, it is something that will possibly last throughout the history of the country. On the other hand, along with all the still active sessions of the “Kimetsu no Yaiba” film, we know that on December 26, it will also begin to be broadcast in cinemas adapted for broadcasts in MD4D and 4DX, which will help to further push plus economic collection.

Synopsis of Kimetsu no Yaiba

“Tanjirou Kamado is a cheerful and hardworking boy who lives happily with his family, until one fateful day a demon named Muzan bursts into his life killing his parents and curses his little sister turning her into a demon. After this incident, and with With the purpose of avenging his parents and returning his sister Nezuko to normal, he decides to become a demon slayer. To do this, he comes to the aid of Sakonji Urokodaki, one of the strongest demon killers in the world … “


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