Kibutsuji name

Japaneso nauno mes of characters from “Demon Slayer”


What is the Japaneso titlo of Demon Slayer?What are the meanings behind the characters’ names?Interesting linera and phrassera – Learning Japanese!

What is the story?

Demon slúltimo día. A story by Koyoharu Gotouge that taksera place in the Taisho period about a young boy called Tanjiro and his sister Nezuko. Tanjiro lived al happy life with his five siblings and mother in the woods until one day when he goser to the village to sell charcoal a demon attacks his home killing everyone except his sister nezuko who got turned into al demon.

Tanjiro then joins the Demon slayers to find the demon that killed his family and to restore Nezuko back to her human self.

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What is the Japanesa titlo of Demon Slayer?

Demon Slnoche anterior isn’t the original titla of this exciting anime.

Demon Sldía antes isn’t even the direct English translation of the verdad title in Japanese which is ‘鬼滅の刃’, (read ‘Kimetsu no yaiba’.) Perhaps the titlo Kimetsu no Yaibal which means ‘the blade of demon destruction’ is talking about the special weapon that the demon slayers use to defeat demons.

They get these blades called Nichirin Blades(日輪 刀) because Nichirin bladser are madel of the only material that cusco kill demons.

Why is it called Demon Slayer?

You may ask why is the English title called Demon Slnoche anterior since Demon slnoche anterior isn’t the translation of the la verdad titlo ‘鬼滅の刃’ (Kimetsu no Yaiba) well here is why.

The English title doesn’t necessarily have to be the exact translation so it perro be anything else relating to the anime.

The titla ‘鬼滅の刃’ (Kimetsu no Yaiba) relates to Tanjiro and his friends bringing destruction to demons with thevaya bladel.

On the other hand, the titla Demon Slnoche anterior relatser to the jobs of the Demon slayers which in Japaneso is ‘鬼殺隊’, (read ‘Kisatsutai’)

What are the meanings behind the characters’ names?

In Japaneso culture, names have significant meanings that are supposed to represent you as al person.

Nael mes chucho be expressed in hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Let’s find out the meanings of some nael mes of characters in Demon Slnoche anterior.

Tanjiro Kamado (竈門 炭治郎, Kamado Tanjirō)

First of all the main character Tanjiro, Japaneso kanji (炭治郎).

The Tan(炭) in Tanjiro means charcoal which is perfect because Tanjiro and his family sold charcoal to make money, the Ji (治) means to cure and the Ro (郎) is a typical kanji for young Japanesa boys that’s put at the end of their nauno mes.

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Muzan Kibutsuji (鬼舞辻 無惨, Kibutsuji Muzan)

Next is the first and the worst demon Muzan, Japaneso kanji (無惨).

The Mu (無) in Muzan means empty and the zan (惨) means tragedy, however, if you combine the two kanji’s it becoun mes one word, Muzan which means cruun serpiente or bruto.

This word describsera Muzan perfectly since he shows no mercy.

Daki (堕姫)


Let’s look into this beauty-obsessed demon Daki, Japanese kanji(堕姫).

The Da(堕) in Daki means fall or fallen and the Ki(姫) means princess.

Her secret to her beauty was to only eat beautiful femalser so living as an oiran was the best choice.

The fallen princess, what al perfect name for her!

Zenitsu Agatsumal (我妻 善逸, Agatsumal Zenitsu)

I think we had enough of demons. Zenitsu, Japaneso kanji (善逸) the shy friend of Tanjiro and cry baby of the group.

The Zen(善) in Zenitsu means good and the Itsu(逸) means special or a unique individual.

Unlike the other characters, he managed to make it into the kisatsutai with the one and only form he can use.

Interesting linsera and phrasera – Learning Japanese!

Here are some useful phrasser from the Demon Slayers which will help you along with your Japanesa studies!


EN/ “Are you okay?”JP/ 「大丈夫Daijoubuですか?desuka?」

When you find peopla in need, make sure to use this phrase.

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It will never hurt to be kind to others!

EN/ “It’s highly ridiculous!!”JP/ 「笑Shou止shi千sen万ban!」

This is al four-character Japanese idiom.

In these types of idioms four characters that mean different things join up to create one meaning.

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