Genya Shinazugawa

Genya Shinazugawa is a major supporting character in the Swordsmith Village Arc of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. He is a Demon Slayer who fights alongside Tanjiro and Nezuko in the swordsmith village. Although unlike Tanjiro, he prefers to work alone and is very ill-tempered. Genya wants to become a Hashira like his older brother, Sanemi Shinazugawa, the current Wind Hashira. He uses dual wield fighting with a double barrel shotgun and sword. With his unusually strong jaws, Genya can also consume demons and gain some of their powers, which alters his appearance.

Sumiko, Zenko, and Inoko

Sumiko, Zenko, and Inoko are the aliases of Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Insouke in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. They accompany Tengen Uzui to the Entertainment District to search for his missing wives and investigate the rumored presence of demons. However, Tengen makes the slayers dress as girls and pose as courtesans. By infiltrating the houses, they can gather information about his wives. Because they are quite ugly as girls, Tengen uses his own looks and charm to woo the owners.

Tengen Uzui

Tengen Uzui is a character in the hit anime series, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. He plays a major role in the third season, or the Entertainment District Arc. Aside from being the self-proclaimed God of Flashiness, his official title is the Sound Hashira. Tengen can vanish without a sound, but he can use sound to determine the rhythm of his enemies. When his three wives stop sending letters, he recruits Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke to visit the Entertainment District. Their goal is to find his missing wives and battle what are rumored to be some of the strongest demons.

Kanata and Kuina Ubuyashiki

Kuina and Kanata Ubuyashiki are minor characters in the hit anime Demon Slayer. They are the twin daughters of Kayaga Ubuyashiki, and accompany him wherever he goes. Even the hashira must show respect to Kuina and Kanata.  Tanjiro and Zenitsu first meet the twins during the final selection as they calmly explain the fatal consequences of the exam. Both girls are almost identical, except Kanata has white hair and Kuina has black hair.

Kayaga Ubuyashiki

Kayaga Ubuyashiki is a character in the hit anime Demon Slayer. He is the 97th leader of the Demon Slayer Corps, whose family established the organization. As a distant relative of Muzan, his entire bloodline is cursed with a disease. The hashira bow in his presence and hold him in the utmost regard. In the manga, Kayaga sacrifices himself to Muzan with a massive explosion that destroyed his house and killed three of his children. The two daughters pictured here are the eldest set of twins, Hinaki and Nichika, not to be confused with Kuina and Kanata.

Enmu from Demon Slayer

Enmu is the main villain of the Demon Slayer Mugen Train movie and arc. He is a Lower Rank demon with the power to manipulate dreams. With this power, he can target tone’s spiritual core to destroy their mind, which will leave the body as an empty shell. Enmu fuses his body with the Mugen Train so he can slaughter all its passengers. By mixing his blood with ink on the train tickets, he can put the passengers to sleep, making them vulnerable to his abilities. The mouth on his hand will command his victim to sleep. His appearance is quite androgynous matched by his tenor voice, which quivers with delight when relishing in his evil plan. Enmu meets his demise when Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, Zenitsu, and Rengoku work together to save the passengers and decapitate his demonic form.

Akaza from Demon Slayer

Akaza is a secondary villain in the Demon Slayer Mugen Train movie and arc. He is an Upper Rank demon with the power of destructive death, a unique type of martial arts that combines his shockwave manipulation and physical combat skills. As a human, his name was Hakuji, until Muzan — turned him. Right before defeating Enmu, Tanjiro gets stabbed by the conductor, and Rengoku helps him master his breathing to survive. At this moment, Akaza appears and challenges the hashira to fight. He tries to convince him to become a demon, but he refuses. Akaza ultimately wins by mortally wounding Reng0ku, but he must run into the woods at daybreak. Use the royal blue face paint to cover your fingers as well as draw the lines on your face and body.


Obanai Iguro from Demon Slayer

Obanai Iguro is a character from the hit anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. Known as the Snake or Serpent Pillar, he is one of the nine Hashiras of the Demon Slayer Corps. He has heterochromia — one yellow eye and one blue eye — and is partially blind in the right eye. His bandaged mask hides the scars by his mouth and ears that make him appear more snake-like. Obanai is never seen without his pet snake, Kaburamaru, coiled around his shoulders. In spite of his merciless personality, he is devoted. He exhibits such loyalty his service to Oyakata-sama and as a romantic partner to Mitsuri Kanroji.


Yushiro from Demon Slayer

Yushiro is a minor character in the hit anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. When human, he stayed under the care of Lady Tamayo. Due to his illness, she gave him the choice to succumb or live longer as a Demon. He agreed to become a Demon, and has since been a loyal companion to Tamayo. He acts as an assistant and a bodyguard, which often becomes too aggressive. Yushiro is rude and arrogant towards others, with only admiration for Tamayo. He even calls Nezuko an eyesore! When Tanjiro comes to Tamayo for help, Yushiro eventually takes back his mean comments, given Tamayo exhibits kindness and hospitality towards them.

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Lady Tamayo from Demon Slayer

Lady Tamayo is a supporting character in the hit anime, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. Although she is a demon, she is a skilled doctor. She defies her nature by healing humans through her medicinal practices. She advises Tanjiro on how to produce a cure for Nezuko. Tamayo is gentle and kind, moved to tears when Nezuko shows her affection. She knows a lot about demons and demon transformations; she’s wisest character in the series. Her main enemy is Muzan Kibutsuji.

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