The main character in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Tanjiro Kamado, has a younger sister named Nezuko. When Muzan attacked her and she was turned into a demon, Nezoko ended up killing her own family except for Tanjiro (who wasn’t present at the time),
But even so because of her warmth and uniqueness as a demon, she is a fan favorite. She is the only demon capable of existing in the open air and without feasting on living flesh. She relies on sleep to recharge her batteries.
A fact about Nezuko that has been a topic of discussion among fans all across the globe is her age. It has been a source of speculation and the fans are curious to know her age. Here we do our math to find it out.
How old is Nezuko in Demon Slayer Season 2?
When the story started, Nezuko and Tanjiro were just 12 and 13 years old, respectively. Tanjiro attempted all he could to find a cure the instant he discovered she was a demon, even if it meant joining the Demon Slayers.
Nezuko took a break after two years of training to refresh her batteries. Her age would place her at 14 according to the start of the series, but as demons don’t age, she should still be 12.
Nezuko’s life changed dramatically once she became a demon. Her Stiletto nails are becoming increasingly popular among the fans as it was one of the biggest transitions she had. Her hair was now a flaming orange tint below her waist, unlike before when it was plain black.
Despite her changes, Nezuko remained the sweet girl she was as a human. Her caring character remained intact, despite the fact that she had lost all memories of her human self.
She was encouraged to continue caring for others as she did for her children and hubby after meeting Sakonji Urokodaki.
She may have also experienced basic emotions like joy and grief. She may appear emotionally detached from people since she is a demon, yet she is more collected than most of her fellow demons.
Are Nezuko and Zenitsu in Demon Slayer Together?
Zenitsu’s efforts had paid off at the end of the series. The lineage of Nezuko and Zenitsu was demonstrated to lead to marriage. The couple’s identical twin siblings appear to be physically identical.
We didn’t get to see how it happened, which is bad, but for those who are shipping Nezuko and Zenitsu together, this guarantee should be enough.
Nezuko initially disliked Zenitsu, which is a fascinating tidbit. Despite her dislike towards him, she refers to him as a “weird dandelion.” Zenitsu, on the other hand, was unmoved and continued to offer her care and affection.
During Zenitsu’s stories, Nezuko would scratch or shuffle her box, signaling to Zenitsu that she was absorbed in them. It’s possible that this will be the start of a long and happy relationship. It was revealed after Nezuko’s restoration to human form that their relationship was more than just friendship.
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is a Japanese anime television series based on Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga series of the same name, which he wrote and drew. On June 4, 2018, the anime television series adaptation by Ufotable was revealed in Weekly Shnen Jump. The series broadcast on Tokyo MX, GTV, GYT, and BS11 from April 6 to September 28, 2019. The series is directed by Haruo Sotozaki, with Akira Matsushima designing the characters. Hikaru Kondo produced the program, which was authored by numerous Ufotable employees. Yuki Kajiura and Go Shiina composed the show’s soundtrack.
Aniplex of America owns the rights to the series, which can be seen on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and FunimationNow. In Australia and New Zealand, AnimeLab is simulcasting the series. The manga was adapted from the beginning of the first volume to the first chapters of the seventh in this 26-episode series.
The first five episodes of Kimetsu no Yaiba: Kydai no Kizuna were screened theatrically in Japan for two weeks starting March 29, 2019, prior to transmission. On March 31, 2019, Aniplex of America showed the film at the Aratani Theatre in Los Angeles. On April 2, 2019, Madman Entertainment’s AnimeLab played the film in select Australian theatres. It was announced in July 2019 that the series’ English version will run on Adult Swim’s Toonami channel.
On February 14, 2021, a second season was announced, covering the “Entertainment District” storyline, with the staff and actors from the previous season and film returning. Haruo Sotozaki directed it once more, alongside Akira Matsushima’s character designs and Ufotable’s animation. It was revealed in September 2021 that the second season will run over two seasons in the Fall and Winter. Following the presentation of the Mugen Train film on Fuji TV on September 25, 2021, it was revealed that the “Entertainment District” was launched on December 5, 2021.