Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5: Tanjiro Meets Love Hashira! Release Date

Following the retired Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui training session, Tanjiro Kamado and the rest of the Hashira head to the next round of training. While Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5 hints that Tanjiro will start Flexibility Training with Love Hashira, things will be awful. That’s because Tanjiro will soon reach his breaking point as Ufotable introduces new elements to the theme. Since the series focuses more on the anime-original storyline, it will be intriguing to see how far Tanjiro and other Hashira will go to compete for the final test. Keep reading to know the details.

Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 4 Episode 5: Tanjiro Enters The Next Phase Of Training

As we last saw Tanjiro and Muichiro bonded over their hobby, the duo has yet to learn about Nezuko’s role in the fight against Muzan. She is currently sleeping, and her role in the training arc remains unclear. However, she seems to support the Demon Slayer Corps in the final fight against the demon king. On the other hand, in Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5, “I Even Ate Demons,” Tanjiro Kamado will start his Flexibility Training.

That’s because he reached Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji’s residence at the end of the previous episode. Tanjiro is excited to participate in the Flexibility Training session. But it doesn’t look like the session will be easy. It will definitely be more challenging and intense compared to the past session. While Tanjiro learns new tricks and techniques during this session, he will learn more about Love Hashira’s intention behind raising bees.

Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5

Since Ufotable has included the bees in the narration, it will play a crucial part in Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5. This might bring the anime-original plot to the series. That might help Tanjiro in the Hashira training session. On the other hand, the title suggests that the anime will bring back the fan’s beloved character, Genya Shinazugawa. He is known for devouring demons to get stronger. So, this will mark his entry in the fourth season. But it’s crucial to note that Genya and his older brother, Wind Hashira, have a strained relationship. So, seeing how things will be played out in the next episode will be intriguing.

A Quick Recap!

So far in Demon Slayer Season 4, fans have noticed that the Hashira training arc is broken into various phases. While the third episode focused on Tanjiro swiftly succeeding in the former Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui’s training, Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 4 shifted its focus to Muichiro Tokito’s personal training. Though it was compelling to watch, and Muichiro stood out as the strong trainee among the other participants, he, too, suffered severe injuries. That hinted how brutal and intense the training session was.

The rank-and-file members of the Demon Slayer Corps struggled in the Hashira training regimen. That was because they were supposed to pass the final selection exam within a few weeks. While it was unusual for them, they had no choice as the final battle against the demon king, Muzan Kibutsuji, was looming. However, as expected, the members of Demon Slayer performed incredibly well during the training session, making things easier for Tengen Uzui.

Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5

Meanwhile, some of the Hashira were skeptical about the training session. Serpent Hashira Obanai Iguro and Wind Hashira Sanemi doubted it. However, Muichiro and Tengen were confident about the training, leading Obanai and Sanemi to keep their doubts to themselves. The duo even joined the other Hashira in the moonlight training session. Although the training session appeared intense, it would eventually turn fruitful for Demon Slayer Corps members.

Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5: Release Date

Since the Demon Slayer Corps are heading to the next session of the Hashira Training regime, we can expect a more intense learning experience ahead. Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5, “I Even Ate Demons,” will be out on June 9, 2024, at 11:15 pm JST. The anime will be available to stream on Fuji TV in Japan. However, the global audience can catch the upcoming episode on Crunchyroll and Netflix at 8:45 am PT and 11:45 am ET. This is all for now. Stay tuned. The Anime Daily will keep you updated.