Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba Has Collaboration With McDonalds | Ufotable
« Demon Slayer » has easily become not only one of the most popular Shonen franchises in the world today, with the second season of its anime being announced earlier this year and fans in North America awaits the arrival of the first feature film, now in March, McDonald’s Japan will give fans a little more Tanjiro.
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McDonald’s has immersed itself in the world of anime and pop culture more times than most could count in the past, and his Happy Meals often include a toy for young fans Pick it up when you want some of your favorite food from the fast food chain.
With this association with « Demon Slayer » from Ufotable, the popular restaurant is definitely jumping in at the right time, as the series continues to pick up steam despite the manga came to an end last year.
Although there has been no word of a sequel series in the works, there is still a lot of material to cover in the anime for the adventures of « Demon Slayer Corps ».
Demon Slayer and McDonald’s collaboration
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McDonald’s in Japan shared the first clue about the upcoming partnership with « Demon Slayer » for your happy meals using your official account Twitter, with images of the stickers that were also posted online showing people like Tanjiro, Nezuko, and the other imagined anime members as employees of the fast food chain.