The success of Demon Slayer is unprecedented in Japan, and even several authors complain that they cannot find the new volumes, which always sell out a few hours after the new stock arrives. The work managed to conquer everyone, young and old, and recently a father of a family decided to give himself a special gift.

Take a look at a Japanese user's Twitter post below. which literally caused a sensation with over 300,000 likes and tens of thousands of retweets. The photos show a specific bookcase that was inspired by Nezuko's wooden box and the description reads as follows: "My family is obsessed with Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. One day my father said, "Let's make our own Nezuko box!" At first we thought he was joking, but instead ... voila! He made a gorgeous DIY bookcase in just over a week! The trough is also measured to the millimeter to include all 23 volumes of the manga". To complete the work, therefore, only the twenty-third and final volume is missing, which will be released on December 4th in Japan.

The story of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba ended a few months ago, but the anime series is far from over. The first film recently hit theaters. Demon Slayer: Infinity Train. With a collection of around 21 billion yen, The film could soon become the most watched in the history of Japanese cinema.

What do you think about it? How would you rate this DIY bookcase? Let us know with a comment!


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