Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Movie - Mugen Train ( () (めつ) () (やいば) () (げん) (れっ) (しゃ) (へん) Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha Hen?) is a Japanese animated film based upon the Mugen Train Arc of Koyoharu Gotōge's Kimetsu no Yaiba manga series. The film premiered on October 16th, 2020, and serves as a direct, canon sequel to the TV anime adaptation. An English dub of the film is set to premiere as well sometime in early 2021.

An exclusive, 84-page volume titled Rengoku Volume 0 is to be distributed among individuals who attend the screenings of the movie, beginning from its debut on October 16th. The volume is limited to 4.5 million copies and consists of the Special One-Shot plus various other bonuses. The movie was originally set for a North American release for February 26th 2021 under the 20th Century Studios label, but the release date may have been delayed to a later date.

Plot Summary

The movie fully adapts the Mugen Train Arc of the manga.

Enmu, Lower Rank 1, is sent to kill Tanjiro Kamado as well as the other Demon Slayers in order for him to become an Upper Rank and receive even more blood from Muzan Kibutsuji.

Meanwhile, Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma and Inosuke Hashibira decide to buy tickets to board the Infinity Train and join Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, with the hope of learning more about the Hinokami Kagura as well as defending the onboard passengers.


Information provided by the official English website
  • Original Story: Koyoharu Gotōge
  • Animation Studio: ufotable
  • Direction: Haruo Sotozaki
  • Character Design: Akira Matsushima
  • Chief Animation Direction: Akira Matsushima
  • Screenplay: ufotable
  • Sub Character Design: Miyuki Sato, Yoko Kajiyama, Mika Kikuchi
  • Prop Design: Masaharu Koyama
  • Conceptual Art: Koji Eto, Masaru Yanaka, Yuri Kabasawa
  • Photography Direction: Yuichi Terao
  • 3D Direction: Kazuki Nishiwaki
  • Color Setting: Yuko Omae
  • Editing: Manabu Kamino
  • Music: Yuki Kajiura, Go Shiina


Information provided by the official English website




  • Theme Song: "Homura" ( (ほむら) Homura?) by LiSA[1]

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