Universal Studios Japan is officially getting Demon Slayer food, continuing the collaboration that started in September.
A pop-up restaurant called the Wisteria Restaurant will serve a variety of dishes inspired by the various characters of the anime, including a hamburger dish from Flame Hashira Rengoku, a beef katsu dish from Insect Hashira Shinobu, and a strawberry parfait from the Love Hashira Kanroji.
This is the second step in USJ’s Demon Slayer collaboration, with the first being the Demon Slayer XR Ride, a 360 degree VR experience that took riders aboard the Mugen Train, as they watch the dramatic battles between the slayer and the demons. The Hollywood Dream the Ride attraction also had two unique audio stories that riders could listen to, and another exclusive story will arrive on November 8, featuring Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke. The collaboration, in general, is scheduled to go until February 13, 2022. It’s a testament to the overwhelming popularity of Demon Slayer in Japan.
The Demon Slayer anime recently returned with a retelling of the Mugen Train film, but the second season proper is set to debut on December 5, 2021, with the “Entertainment District” arc.