MegaHouse Demon Slayer Kanao Figure Pre-Orders Open

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MegaHouse will release a Gal series figure of Kanao Tsuyuri from Demon Slayer. She is available for pre-order from May 7 and will ship out in October 2021. You can pre-order her from websites such as Premium Bandai and Amiami. The Kanao figure will cost 15,180 JPY, which is approximately $139.00. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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This Kanao figure is part of MegaHouse’s Gal series, and she stands at around 170 millimeters (around 7 inches) tall. She’s posed as if she is in the middle of running, with her cape and dress billowing out around her. In one hand, she holds her nichirin sword and in her other hand, she holds her scabbard. The expression on this figure’s face is Kanao’s signature calm smile.

Here are more pictures of MegaHouse’s Kanao figure:

MegaHouse has released a figure of Kanao from Demon Slayer before. However, that figure was part of the G.E.M. series and was palm-sized, similar to the Nezuko figure that is also available for pre-order starting from May 7.

Kanao appears in the latter half of Demon Slayer’s first season, and is Shinobu Kocho’s tsuguko. Though she showed off her incredible eyesight, reflexes, and speed during the Rehabilitation Training Arc, there is currently no news about her inclusion in the upcoming Demon Slayer: Hinokami Kepputan game.

The MegaHouse Gal series figure of Kanao Tsuyuri from Demon Slayer will be available for pre-order from May 7 and will ship out in October 2021.


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