The famous, beloved Demon Slayer Forest attraction will soon come to an end! The limited time collaboration that started last July will close on January 27th, 2024. So if you want to experience the Swordsmith village battle against Demons alongside Tanjiro and Nezuko, it’s now or never!
Nijigen no Mori anime theme park is a portal into the realms of anime, manga, and pop culture. Through mesmerizing attractions and immersive experiences, visitors enter imaginary worlds of their favorite stories. Currently, the most popular attraction of the park is none other than the Demon Slayer Night Walk: Swordsmith Village – a night walk event that captures the dazzling world of Demon Slayer.
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Demon Slayer Swordsmith Village Collaboration Event
Daytime Event: Puzzle solving
Nijigen no Mori x Demon Slayer Mystery Game: Falling Flower Village and Scene of Illusions
In the daytime, participants engage in 2 exciting riddle-solving games with character panels newly illustrated by ufotable, the animation studio behind some of the most popular creations of our time, including Demon Slayer. Explore the vast park immersed in the Demon Slayer world and accompany Tanjiro on an intriguing mission to unravel the perplexing mysteries.
Different difficulty levels mean participants of all ages can enjoy a sense of adventure while taking in the enchanting surroundings alongside their favorite Demon Slayer characters.
Night Walk Event
Nijigen no Mori x Demon Slayer Night Walk: Swordsmith Village
Prepare to be transported to the daunting world of Demon Slayer as you embark on an unforgettable night walk through a 1.2-kilometer forest at Nijigen no Mori. Brace yourself for an exhilarating experience that utilizes cutting-edge projection mapping and other immersive technologies to faithfully recreate the epic battles between Kamado Tanjiro, Hashira, and the menacing demons within The Swordsmith Village.
As an apprentice swordsmith, assume a pivotal role in the challenging missions, all aimed at collecting essential items necessary to forge the ultimate sword.
From the very beginning, as you venture into the forest at night, the eerie ambiance is palpable. However, fear not! Vibrant, colorful lights will also sweep in to bathe the surroundings in glorious illumination. The clever use of lighting and darkness not only guides your way but also transports you into the world of Demon Slayer.
At various intervals, the shadows jump to life with animated videos from the series, skillfully combined with projection mapping. This fusion of multi-media creates breathtaking scenes and an atmosphere true to the anime’s essence.
Keep an eye out for props and elements carefully placed along the route that evoke fond memories of the anime’s most memorable moments. Without revealing too many spoilers, rest assured, by the time you reach the end of the night walk, your heart will be moved just as though you had embarked on a real journey into the Demon Slayer Swordsmith Village
Opening Hours & Admission Fee
1) 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM (daytime event)
2) 5:30 PM – 8:45 PM (nighttime event)
Event lasts until: January 27, 2024 (Saturday)
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Goods and Food
Exclusive merchandise and original food featuring Kamado Tanjiro, Kanroji Mitsuri, and Tokito Muichiro characters will be available at Nijigen no Mori. But only during the collaboration event!
About Demon Slayer
Based on the bestselling manga by Koyoharu Gotouge, with over 150 million copies sold in the first 23 volumes of Shueisha’s JUMP Comics, Demon Slayer has captivated audiences worldwide. The animated series, produced by ufotable, follows the journey of Kamado Tanjiro, a young boy seeking to avenge his family’s death at the hands of demons, and his sister Nezuko, who has transformed into a demon. The franchise includes the first season of Demon Slayer (April 2019), the movie “Demon Slayer: Infinity Train” (October 2020), “Demon Slayer: Entertainment District” (2021-2022), and “Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village” (2023).
Official website: https://kimetsu.com/
|NIJIGEN NO MORI
|2425-2 Kusumoto, Awaji City, Hyogo Pref. 656-2301
*Each attraction has a different last reception time and closing time.