NEW Demon Slayer Entertainment District Funko Pops Unveiled

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Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Available at:

Entertainment Earth
Amazon
vRareStore
GameStop
Funko Shop
eBay

The 2024 release of Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pops is here, turning your favorite anime moments into adorable pop realities.

Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop| Vinyl Figures drop February 14 at 9:00 AM PT! To get your hands on these Pop Vinyl Figures at their release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or keep scrolling for more details!

New Funko Pops Bring the Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc to Life

2024 is gearing up to be exciting for Demon Slayer fans, especially those who cherish the Entertainment District Arc.

This part of the anime, known for its captivating blend of electrifying battles, intricate character arcs, and a visually stunning setting, is the perfect inspiration for the upcoming Funko Pop series.

The Entertainment District Arc stands out in the Demon Slayer series for its unique storyline, where the characters delve into the heart of a bustling, neon-lit district brimming with life and hidden dangers.

This vivid and dynamic setting, combined with the arc’s memorable characters, makes the prospect of the new Funko Pops so thrilling.

Get ready to line up (virtually, of course) because these Funko Pops are bound to fly off the shelves faster than Zenitsu in a thunderclap!

Unveiling the Entertainment District Arc Demon Slayer Funko Pops List for this year’s release:

  • Tengen Uzui with Metallic Chase Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Aoi Kanzaki with Chase Variant (in White Dress) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Daki (Oiran) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Tanjiro Kamado in Kimono Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Zenitsu Agatsuma in Kimono Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Inosuke Hashibira in Kimono Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Makio Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive
  • Muscle Mice Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Entertainment Earth Exclusive
  • Hinatsuru Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Chalice Collectibles Exclusive
  • Tengen Uzui in Kimono Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Funko Shop Exclusive
  • Suma Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Funko Shop Exclusive

More to come:

  • Tanjiro (Sun Breathing) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Nezuko (Demon Form) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Tengen (Flash Back) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Gyutaro Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Tenjen vs. Gyutaro Funko Pop! Moment
  • Daki (Oiran) Glow-In-the-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Tee

The Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Pop! Figures can be found for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

Demon Slayer Entertainment District Funko Pops Unveiled

Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Demon Slayer - Makio Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive (2024 release)

 

Demon Slayer - Muscle Mice Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

Hinatsuru Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Chalice Collectibles Exclusive

Tengen Uzui in Kimono Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Funko Shop Exclusive

Suma Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Funko Shop Exclusive

Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Keychains (2024 release)

Is the Demon Slayer’s Entertainment District Arc Rooted in Real History? Let’s Find Out!

You might be surprised to learn that the Entertainment District in “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” is more than just a figment of creative imagination.

The arc’s Japanese name, “Yukaku,” means a red-light district, directly referring to Yoshiwara, Tokyo’s famed pleasure quarter.

Established in 1617, Yoshiwara was Japan’s most prominent red-light district until the Anti-Prostitution Law of 1956 came into effect. So, let’s peel back the layers and see what Yoshiwara was all about.

Yoshiwara’s tale is one of fire and rebirth. Founded near Nihonbashi, a catastrophic fire in 1657 forced a relocation to the outskirts of Asakusa.

Surprisingly, despite its reputation, Yoshiwara wasn’t all about hidden pleasures. It was a strategic move by the shogunate to control and tax this slice of the entertainment world.

Yoshiwara was designed as an escape from the mundane. Surrounded by towering walls and moats, it was an island of fantasy and allure. Within its confines, the oiran, or high-ranking courtesans, reigned supreme.

These women were the elite, setting trends and commanding high prices for their company. They were attaining the status of an oiran, which involved rigorous training and strategic social maneuvering.

Only the richest and most powerful could afford their services, following an elaborate and costly ritual for an audience.

Fast forward to the Taisho Era, the period “Demon Slayer” is set in, and Yoshiwara has evolved, but not too much.

While the rest of Japan was racing towards modernization, Yoshiwara clung to tradition like a stubborn piece of old chewing gum sticks to a shoe.

The district tried to keep its Edo-period charm intact despite introducing modern conveniences like electricity.

Today, Yoshiwara is nothing like its former self. What once was a district known for its night-time allure is now just another part of Tokyo’s urban sprawl.

However, remnants of its past linger. You can still find the street layout from the Edo period, and some buildings have been restored and repurposed.

The fascinating thing about Yoshiwara’s history is how it reflects Japan’s societal and cultural shifts.

From its inception in the early 1600s to its transformation post-World War II, Yoshiwara’s evolution mirrors the country’s journey from a feudal society to a modern superpower.

And for all you “Demon Slayer” fans, knowing the real story behind the Entertainment District adds a whole new layer to our viewing experience.

Just think, every flashy scene and dramatic moment in the arc is a nod to a slice of Japan’s rich and complex history. How cool is that?

Funko Pop! Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Available at:

Entertainment Earth
Amazon
vRareStore
GameStop
Funko Shop
eBay

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