Kimetsu no Yaiba congratulates Kyojuro Rengoku with new official art

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Kyojuro Rengoku will live forever in our hearts…

Kyojuro Rengoku has become one of the favorite characters in the Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) fandom, especially after his performance in the Mugen Train Arc, he struck a chord with the audience in his confrontation with Azaka, one of the three strongest upper demon moons. For all this, the official account of anime twitter wanted to celebrate the birthday of such a memorable hashira.

According to the official information of the franchise, Kyojuro Rengoku was born on May 10 (which would make him a Taurus, within the western zodiacal system), for this reason they wanted to celebrate the character with an image that brings him together with his entire family in a happy celebration. If you’ve read the manga, you might be surprised to see Shinjuro Rengoku so smiling, that may be because the image takes place some time after the family tragedy.

The highest peak of popularity that the hashira of flame, Kyojuro Rengoku, had, took place during the movie Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer): Mugen Train that adapts that arc from the manga. Even though a long time has passed since this event, it seems that the community continues to hold him in great affectionas evidenced by his role in the two stories contained in the spin-off Gaiden written by Ryuji Hirano.

One of the most important aspects for Rengoku to become a favorite of the fandom is mainly due to his personality, kind and warm-hearted, always willing to support and help others grow. In addition, for a short period of time he became the sensei of Tanjiro Kamado and company.which left a great impact on our group of protagonists.

Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) fandom loves Kyojuro Rengoku

In Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer), we see that Kyojuro Rengoku is always very enthusiastic about his duties as Hashira and often seemed cheerfully eccentric, always adhering to his code of morals and principles instilled in him by his mother at an early agethe most significant being his belief that those born strong have a duty to protect the weak.

This hashira also loved his family immensely, showing great respect and concern for his father, Shinjuro Rengoku, even though he became increasingly aggressive and apathetic towards Kyojuro after the tragic death of his family. Beneath his enthusiastic demeanor, he is very logical and tactically intelligent, acting quickly and accurately in battle, especially when the lives of others are at stake. In the end, although he is extremely optimistic, Kyojuro sometimes gets the feeling that those he believes in might die, especially his friends whom he cares deeply about. Lastly, he, like most demon hunters, absolutely detests demons, usually due to their heinous acts and due to their conflicting moral values.

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