Visit the Demon Slayer Entertainment District in Movie Village

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Toei Movie Village announced that it will bring the Demon Slayer Entertainment District to life. Visitors will be able to see spots such as the Butterfly Mansion and the train station from Mugen Train from July 23 to October 17, 2022. For the full experience, you can also take a limited edition Demon Slayer train. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

Aside from visiting locales from Demon Slayer, the Toei Movie Village will feature cut-outs of the characters. You can take pictures with them, or with the various props around the area. For example, there is a box that resembles Nezuko’s that you can crawl into for photos or simply to experience what Nezuko must live like on a daily basis. The Movie Village will also offer a limited collaboration menu, as well as mini-games and a stamp rally.

Here are some pictures of places you can see and items you can purchase at the Movie Village:

There are three parts to the village, consisting of the different arcs of Demon Slayer. There is a section dedicated almost entirely to characters (ranging from Tanjiro to even Tamayo) and their famous scenes. After that, there are the three brothels that Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke infiltrate. Lastly, you can re-live Tanjiro’s final battle with Gyutaro.

Demon Slayer is available to stream on Crunchyroll. The Demon Slayer event at Toei Movie Village in Kyoto will run from July 23 to October 17, 2022, with annual passes costing 10,200 JPY for adults, 6,700 JPY for students, and 5,700 JPY for children. Normal tickets for the event will cost 4,900 JPY for adults, 4,000 JPY for students, and 3,550 JPY for children.

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