An amazing fanart of Naruto has brought Hinata, Ino and Sakura into the amazing universe of Kimetsu no Yaiba and in the coolest way possible by turning the Konoha kunoichi into none other than Tengen Uzui’s three wives.
The second season of the demon hunters left us among so many great things, really memorable characters like the demons Daki and Gyutaro, as well as the Shinobi and Pillar of Sound Tengen Uzui accompanied by his three wives Makio, Suma and Hinatsuru, who not only captivated fans with her beauty, but also with her beautiful personality and ninja skills.
On the other hand, the universe Naruto is full of great kunoichi, but without a doubt the ones that stood out the most in the Leaf Village throughout his career as a shinobi were Hinata Hyuga, Sakura Haruno and Ino Yamanaka who are now part of the Uzui clan thanks to a fanart that imagines them as the partners of the powerful Hashira.
As you can see, the artist named “Ojos Perlas” (via Facebook) has hit the nail on the head by putting the Konoha kunoichis in the place of Tengen Uzui’s wives turning Hinata into Suma who curiously does retain a certain resemblance to the character of Kimetsu no Yaiba only in this case we can differentiate her by her straight hair, her fringe and the Byakugan.
For your part Sakura seems to be the most suitable to become Makio who we could say is the “main wives” of the Pillar of Sound. That and also that the red color is characteristic of this shinobi so her appearance combines a lot with that of the kunoichi of demon slayer.
And finally Ino arrives to take the place of the beautiful Hinatsuru.. In this case the design changes a lot because Uzui’s wife has dark hair and purple eyes, while the girl from the Yamanaka clan has blonde hair and blue irises. However, both are distinguished by wearing their hair in a ponytail and wearing a purple outfit.
What do you think of this fanart where Hinata, Sakura and Ino from Naruto they become the wives of Tengen Uzui’s Kimetsu no Yaiba?
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