Demon Slayer Season 3 Blu-Ray Will Come Out in June 2023

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There will be a total of six Blu-Rays and DVDs for Demon Slayer season 3, which will cover the Swordsmith Village Arc. The first one will come out on June 21, 2023 in Japan, and it will include a recording of a Tokyo stage that took place in February 2023. This stage was the first time that the voice actors for the demons have come together for the first time. [Thanks, Oricon!]

As a reminder, here is the cast list for the Upper Kizuki members:

  • Akaza: Akira Ishida (Gaara in Naruto)
  • Gyutaro: Ryota Ohsaka (Bennett in Genshin Impact)
  • Gyokko: Kosuke Toriumi (Imaizumi in Yowamushi Pedal)
  • Hantengu: Toshio Furukawa (Ace in One Piece)
  • Douma: Mamoru Miyano (Ryuji in Persona 5)
  • Kokushibou: Ryotaro Okiayu (Toriko in Toriko)

The cover for the first Blu-Ray and DVD of Demon Slayer season 3 features Mitsuri Kanroji. She is the Love Hashira and a major supporting character for the Swordsmith Village Arc. She had made a short appearance during the first season when Tanjiro first met all of the Hashira.

During the stage, the various voice actors discussed their views and theories on acting. The first Blu-Ray and DVD for Demon Slayer season 3 will also have two more stage recordings in it as bonuses. There was one on February 4, which features the voice actors for the main four characters. Then, on February 5, the guests were Katsuyuki Konishi, Kengo Kawanishi, and Kana Hanazawa. These three are, respectively, the voice actors for Uzui, Muichiro, and Mitsuri.

Demon Slayer is streaming on services like Crunchyroll and Netflix. The first Blu-Ray and DVD for season 3 will come out on June 21, 2023 in Japan.

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