With a smash-hit movie and a second season that just started airing, Demon Slayer’s popularity just keeps on rising. I’ve rounded up some interesting and kawaii picks I’ve found across the web, including collaborations, collector’s items, and even fan-made merchandise!
Check out this nice beige shirt from Uniqlo featuring the valiant star of the Mugen Train arc, Flame Pillar Kyojuro Rengoku. It’s available in the US and UK, and you can look for other locations near you here.
Crunchyroll (US) offers DIY building block kits from Nanoblock where you can create a cute-sized 8-bit pixel version of your favorite character.
A lot of ‘90s kids were very much into Tamagotchi, and Bandai has created a lineup where you can train and raise your very own demon slayer! Feel free to take a look at the slew of different characters available via Amazon (US / UK).
Even Fujifilm has done a collaboration and released a special edition of their famous Instax cameras featuring the Kamado siblings Tanjiro and Nezuko. The cameras come in a box set along with a bunch of other goodies and can be purchased from Japanzon (JP).
Read the story as it was originally told by author Koyoharu Gotouge through this manga box set, complete with all 23 volumes as well as a special booklet and a double-sided poster. This is a great addition to any Demon Slayer collection which you can buy via Book Depository or Amazon (US / UK).
If you find that there are way too many options to choose from, then try the Demon Slayer Lucky Bag curated by Sugoi Mart (JP) instead, where you can get $100 worth of items for half the price!
Here are a couple of lovely fan-made prints I found on Etsy. Nezuko with kawaii shoujo manga eyes is by CaorinShop (EU)
Tanjiro looking over the horizon is by Artennistic (MY).
Lastly, here are some fan-made earrings inspired by the series. The 3D printed Shinobu Kochou butterfly earrings are by Deepartrue (EU).
These hanafuda card earrings would be perfect for a Tanjiro cosplay and are by Lemon Dodo (EU).
Hope you like these picks! Feel free to share your love for the series, your favorite character, or any other kawaii Demon Slayer finds you may have in the comments.
Andy (AKA Arlandyia) lives in Manila with her fiancé and works as a content writer, illustrator, and English teacher to fund her love for kawaii and food for their cat, Xiao. In her free time, she plays video games, goes café-hopping, and takes a few short naps.