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Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 2 Review

Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 2

The second episode of Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 2, titled “Yoriichi Type Zero,” has been released on Crunchyroll, and fans are raving about the stunning visuals & great moments in the episode.

Story of Episode

The story follows Tanjiro, who searches for clues about the weapon Mitsuri told him about in the forest. He comes across Muichiro Tokito, the Mist Hashira, arguing with a little swordsmith over the key to activate the “Yoriichi Type Zero,” a mechanical doll modelled after Yoriichi, the greatest Demon Slayer of all time.

A little conflict ensues between Muichiro & Tanjiro as he tries to save the kid from the Mist Hashira’s grasp. Tanjiro manages to save the kid, but Muichiro knocks him out cold. Later, Tanjiro trains with the Yoriichi Type Zero doll to get stronger and finally breaks it from its neck, revealing a katana that has been embedded there for over 300 years.

Demon Slayer Season 3

Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 2 showcases the immense struggle Tanjiro goes through during the training process. Being starved of food & water, his body is forced to go past its limits, and he finally bests the Yoriichi Type Zero. The 300-year-old katana revealed at the end may be an indication of a new katana that Tanjiro will use in the future.

Visuals & animations

The visuals and animation by Ufotable in this episode are breathtaking and a testament to their talent. The story also introduces Muichiro Tokito, the Mist Hashira, who has unique swordsmanship skills and a cool, aloof personality.

The episode builds up the suspense and anticipation for the upcoming episodes, and fans are excited to see what happens next.

Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 2


Overall, Demon Slayer showcases the grit & determination of Tanjiro as he strives to become a stronger Demon Slayer and reveals intriguing clues about the past and future of the story. Fans are eagerly waiting for the next episode to see what happens next in this exciting adventure.