Demon Slayer Drops First Look at Hashira Training Arc Days Before Promotional Reel’s Release

The Hashira Training arc trailer has increased the excitement of the Demon Slayer fans tenfold.

demon slayer drops first look at hashira training arc days before promotional reel’s release


  • Demon Slayer season 3 aired earlier in 2023 and then they dropped a trailer giving the fans a sneak peek into the upcoming Hashira Training arc ahead of the Promotional Reel 2024.
  • Demon Slayer announced a Promotional Reel 2024 on December 10, 2023, but the purpose of doing is yet to be clarified, with most fans thinking it will be about Demon Slayer 4.
  • The Hashira Training arc dropping before the Promotional Reel has created a buzz in the Demon Slayer fandom and they can hardly contain themselves with all the excitement.
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Demon Slayer anime has always been a source of utmost entertainment. Being one of the most popular anime of the modern generation, it has a massive fan following. Earlier in 2023, the Swordsmith Village arc aired, and it was one of the best anime of the year. Demon Slayer has been religiously following every manga detail and properly adapting it into an anime.


Koyoharu Gotouge’s magnum opus shocked everyone when season 2 was released with its animation and graphics, and they continued it in season 3. Every little thing was beautifully depicted and without any margin for error. With hopes and expectations, Demon Slayer is looking to make a return after dropping the first look of the Hashira Training Arc ahead of the Promotion Reel 2024’s release.


Tanjiro Kamado Will Set Out For another Journey

Tanjiro, Inosuke, Zenitsu and Nezuko
Tanjiro, Inosuke, Zenitsu and Nezuko

After Demon Slayer season 3 wrapped up, the executives did not waste any time to keep up the hype of the anime. They released a one-minute seven-second trailer that profoundly mentioned all the previous arcs and directed the fans about the upcoming journey of Tanjiro Kamado and his friends. They will be trained under several Hashira in the Hashira Training arc to improve their battle prowess.



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After the trailer launched, the expectations about season 4 skyrocketed. Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke will train under several Hashira. Even though the arc won’t feature any major Demon, it will be interesting to see how our beloved demon slayers get ready for the long night ahead of them. The official X (formerly Twitter) page of Demon Slayer posted about a Promotional Reel 2024 being released on December 10, 2023.

hashira in demon slayer
Hashira in Demon Slayer

There has been no confirmation whether it will be a more vivid look into the upcoming season or something other. The fans are eagerly waiting for the revelations. The Promotional Reel 2024 will be a live telecast on YouTube and Fuji TV.

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The stone Hashira, Gyomei Himejima, will play a major role in the Hashira Training arc. From a strategic point, the anime did a great job of timing the third season, the first drop of the Hashira Training arc, and the Promotional Reel 2024. It will help in maintaining the hype surrounding the anime. Tanjiro Kamado had only one objective when he set out from his native home after a horrific incident.

Kibutsuji Muzan
Kibutsuji Muzan in Demon Slayer

It was to turn back his sister, Nezuko, into a human after Kibutsuji Muzan transformed her into a demon. But through his journey, he became a member of the Demon Slayer Corps and picked up the same objective as them – to obliterate every demon from the surface of the Earth. After training with the Hashira, the task might become a bit easier for him.For the moment, the fans are excited for the Promotional Reel 2024 after getting a sneak peek at the upcoming arc in the trailer.



Demon Slayer is available on Netflix and Crunchyroll, and the manga is available on Viz Media and Manga Plus.


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Priyanko Chakraborty

Written by Priyanko Chakraborty

Priyanko is a Content Writer at FandomWire, and specializes in anime. He is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Economics. Priyanko has previously worked as a content writing intern. He spends half of his day writing on anime, and the other half watching it.