Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon slayer) anime suffered a little censorship in China

Kimetsu no Yaiba, also known as Demon Slayer, or as I like to call it, the anime of the moment, is one of the most frenetic anime and the one that left us with the most epic moments of these last months.

If you ask fans of this Demon slayer, you’ll find few complaints, although of course that depends on where you ask.

We learned that in China, the anime went through a little censorship, which was specifically implemented in the anime’s second season, something that bothered some fans, and others didn’t mind. not cared (as in everything in life).

These are the censorship that China has implemented in Kimetsu no Yaiba anime

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On February 13 the series came to an end, with only 11 episodes, fans were blown away by the treatment of this story, but it didn’t take long for the special treatment this anime had received from the country to hit the fans. Chinese social networks. , even if it is true that these are fairly light censorships, it never ceases to shock fans of the genre:

The anime shows the female characters more covered than in the original creation, yes, quite discreetly. We barely see them between frame and frame but it is clear that they exist, as in this other image that we are going to share with you:

Makio was another of the characters who suffered from this censorship, his Kunoichi clothing are different between the Chinese and Japanese versions. Censorship even reached the opening of the series, especially the part in which Hinaratsu makes an appearance:

Is the issue of censorship important? Maybe in something like this it’s irrelevant whether a character is more or less covered, it doesn’t have close weight with its story or plot, it’s more aesthetic, but here- below we share one of anime’s most ridiculous censures.

Like when the titans of Shingeki No Kyojin wore pants

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In the Malaysian version of the manga, the Titans wore pants, as you can see below: