The coronavirus has inevitably damaged many markets and industries, especially that of cinema. The halls are half empty between restrictions and fear in every country, but there is one brand that seems to destroy all kinds of enemies. Is that from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba In Japan, this attracts users from both sides.
Demon Slayer's crowds are back on the rise on the sales charts, but the recent success is certainly due to the new film. The feature film Demon Slayer: Infinity Train was shown in Japanese cinemas from October 16 and has attracted a large number of viewers with record earnings.
This drew the attention of the Japanese government to Katsunobu Katou, Cabinet Secretary, and shared a few words about the anime. Katou congratulated Demon Slayer: Infinity Train after this had reached the top spot for receipts on the opening weekend. Despite the unfavorable set of circumstances between coronavirus and restrictions, the film managed to give cinemas a shot of life.
According to official figures, Demon Slayer: Infinity Train raised 4.62 billion yen in the first few days of showing, and by now the film could strive to get into the movie Top 10 Most Profitable Movies in Japan.