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Demon Slayer Plane In Japan Takes Flight, Swoops Into Our Hearts With Exclusive Merch

Demon Slayer plane

demon slayer plane - first plane design
Image credit: ANA

Can’t get enough of Demon Slayer’s mugen train? Wait till you hear about the mugen plane – ANA recently launched a Demon Slayer-themed plane, and fans have taken to calling it “mugen plane” as a joke. Don’t worry, the flight is completely safe from demons that want to eat you in your sleep and even offers exclusive Demon Slayer merchandise and in-flight entertainment.

Demon Slayer merchandise onboard

demon slayer plane - paper cups
Image credit: ANA

Demon Slayer-themed paper cups and special paper toys will be made available to passengers. There are a total of 18 different types of designs for the paper toys. 

demon slayer plane - paper toys
Paper toys for children
Image credit: ANA

demon slayer plane - tanjiro, nezuko, zenitsu and inosuke
Image credit: ANA

Episodes of the Demon Slayer anime will be available as in-flight entertainment, so you can truly fly off into the exciting world of demons.

Cute mascots posed with the plane on its launch

demon slayer plane - mascots

During the official launch of the Demon Slayer aircraft, there were Tanjirō, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke mascots posing with the aircraft. 

demon slayer plane - plane in mid-flight
Image credit: @ koitetu3

There were also a number of attendees that celebrated the launch of the plane, taking many photos of it mid-flight.

Second plane with a different design

demon slayer plane - hashira design
Image credit: ANA

There will also be a second aircraft with a different design that will launch on 25th March 2022. The aircraft will feature the nine hashira (pillars) of the Demon Slayer Corps – the “pillars” refer to the most elite members of the organisation.

Demon Slayer plane makes travelling great again

demon slayer plane - plane on the runway
Image credit: @raumu_shinichi

The Demon Slayer plane looks like a breath of fresh air on the runway, especially with striking colours that aren’t normally seen on a plane. Hopefully, anime-themed planes will be something that we can all look forward to after the pandemic.

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Cover image adapted from: YAMATO ARGENTINA