Fans of Demon Slayer can head to Pavillion Bukit Jalil for an immersive experience.
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Kimetsu no Yaiba a.k.a the Demon Slayer exhibition is currently happening in Pavilion Bukit Jalil from 18 February to 18 May 2023 for the first time in Malaysia.
Demon Slayer is a well-known Anime and has a massive fan following here. This exhibition is a definite treat to fans as it brings you into the world of the anime as soon as you enter the exhibition.
The are many zones in the exhibition where visitors will get to see the world of the Demon Slayer.
When you first enter the exhibition, you are welcomed by a “Demon Slayer Corp” uniform.
Right after that, you will enter Mount Fujikasane. This is where you are welcomed by the beautiful wisteria flowers and the black and white-haired guides. This Mount is used for the final selection of the Demon Slayer Corp.
Once you pass through that, you will come into the Demon Slayer Headquarters. Here you will find the information about all the Demon Slayer Corps in the form of scrolls.
The highlight of the zone is the display of the 1:1 Nirchin Blades of the Demon Slayers.
There is also a display of the scenes where you get the see the introduction of Inosuke.
You will then go through the Special Training Room where visitors will be asked to play a game where they can experience a glimpse of the trainings that the Demon Slayers go through.
Upon completion of the game, visitors will receive a certificate at the end of the exhibition.
The exciting part of this is that while visitors are playing the game, there will be a display of all the Demon Slayers welcoming and encouraging them to go through the training.
The next stop is the House Of Demons where you get to witness the Infinity Castle Effect in 3D. This is displayed using a special mechanism.
As you walk through this zone, you will also have the opportunity to look at the original sketches of Akira Matsushima, the artist of the anime.
These sketches were exclusively brough from Japan as stated by Melvin Tan Wai Lun, one of the organisers of the exhibition.
There are also various displays of the Demons in this zone together with a multiple screen display with snippets of the demons.
Next, the vistors will enter the Mount Natagumo zone where there’s a curved screen display of the iconic battle that took place at Mount Natagumo.
Over in the Mugen Train Arc zone, vistors are allowed to sit and take pictures of the famous arc.
This zone is specially dedicated to the Mugen Train movie that was released in 2020.
Don’t miss out on the Complete Collection Of Illustrations by Matsushima.
Finally, visitors will enter a space where souvenirs are sold, among them pillows, posters and keychains.
Once visitors leave the exhibition, food and beverages are sold outside.
All in all, this exhibition is one Demon Slayer fans should not miss.
But it is also suitable for those who may want to know what the hype is all about.
Tickets for the exhibition are priced at RM48 for adults and RM38 for children.