A new attraction dependent on the famous “Demon Slayer” manga series will open on Sept. 17 for a restricted time frame at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, the park’s operator said Sunday.
The attraction, which will mark the first time the western Japan theme park has reproduced the global hit series that was likewise adapted into an animation, will run until Feb. 13 one year from now, with themed food and product to likewise be sold during the months it is open.
Guests will actually want to “experience the fluid swordsmanship, and even the breathing, of the hero Tanjiro Kamado and his fellow demon slayers amid fierce battles that unfold before their very eyes,” as per the park.
Fans can likewise anticipate seeing the characters present parts of the attraction on the park’s official Twitter account from July 1.
Universal Studios Japan, which has just opened on non-weekend days for as long as two months because of the COVID-19 state of emergency, restarted business on weekends and holidays on Saturday. However, guests stay covered at 5,000 on the entire days as an action to help prevent the spread of the Covid.

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