Sword of the Demon Hunter Where to Watch and Release Date

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Sword of the Demon Hunter

In the mystical world of “Sword of the Demon Hunter Kijin Gentōshō,” written by the talented Moto’o Nakanishi and brought to life with captivating illustrations by Tamaki, a tale of historical fantasy unfolds. Originally shared online from 2013 to 2016 on Arcadia, and later moving to Shōsetsuka ni Narō from 2015 to 2016, this epic journey captured the hearts of readers. Futabasha recognized its brilliance and brought it to print, blessing fans with fourteen thrilling volumes between June 2019 and November 2023.

But that’s not all! This captivating saga didn’t stop there. It leaped onto the pages of manga with the skilled artistry of Yū Satomi, courtesy of Futabasha, starting in September 2021. And now, with six tankōbon volumes to its name, the manga adaptation enriches the world of “Kijin Gentōshō” even further.

Exciting news doesn’t end there! English-speaking fans rejoice as Seven Seas Entertainment has brought both the original light novels and the manga adaptation to Western shores.

And hold onto your seats, because the adventure is about to get even more thrilling! An anime adaptation, brought to life by the talented folks at Yokohama Animation Laboratory, is gearing up for its premiere in June 2024. Get ready to dive headfirst into the world of “Kijin Gentōshō” like never before!

Release Date

We have some thrilling news straight from the official website of Moto’o Nakanishi’s masterpiece: “Sword of the Demon Hunter: Kijin Gentosho will premiere on June 27, 2024, with a one-hour special.

Where to Watch

Sword of the Demon Hunter anime series will air on Tokyo MXMBS, and BS-Fuji.

Characters and Voice actors

What is this anime about?

Jinta, a bodyguard to a priestess in a remote mountain village, lives during Japan’s Edo period. While Jinta is an outsider to the town, he is still tasked with seeking out a demon in the forest on a quest to vanquish it. But upon meeting the demon, it instead tells Jinta of a puzzling and mysterious future. The novels’ story spans 170 years from the Edo period to the Heisei period, with the protagonists traveling through space and time while seeking a meaning for why they wield the blade. (from manga)

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