Inosuke Hashibira Represents the “Soft Isekai” Trend

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Demon Slayer takes place in the Taisho era, which lasted from 1912 to 1926, an era of rapid change in Japan. The nation was industrializing and modernizing like never before, and it seemed like the old ways were rapidly fading away. Demon Slayer‘s main characters saw that for themselves, such as Tanjiro staring in wonder at Tokyo’s electric lights and 1910s-era cars.


That went double for the wild Inosuke Hashibira, who was raised by animals and barely understands modern civilization at…

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