To the timeless classics of Japanese animation such as Dragon Ball and ONE PIECE, series have been added in recent years, which have received an exceptional reception. Just think of the phenomenon of Demon Hunteror Jujutsu Kaisen, which has contributed to incredible growth in the entire sector, especially in the US.

According to a recent statistical study conducted by Parrot Analytics and reported by multinational Bloomberg, in the past year the general interest in souls has increased by 33%. Of course, the result, surprising as it may be, must be linked to the situation that has gripped the whole world due to the spread of the pandemic, which has forced many people to stay home and rediscover other passions for the first time or to approach them.

It also needs to be taken into account the continuous expansion of the soul catalogand the availability and accessibility of these on streaming platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. This year was also marked by the incredible success of Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, which quickly became a blockbuster the highest earning film in the history of Japanese cinema. Below is a graphic that shows Americans' interest in animated and non-animated projects in Japan and other countries around the world.

Remember, the South Koreans are against Netflix for Demon Slayer, and we'll leave you to a loyal Mitsuri cosplay that will win you over.

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