Demon Slayer(Kimetsu no Yaiba) the Movie: Mugen Train was released on October 16 in Japan. The other day, I watched it and it was so touching that I wet two tissues with tears.
The most remarkable thing about the film is that it has grossed more than 10 billion yen in just ten days of release, which is the fastest in history. The En Bashira(pillar of fire), Kyojuro Rengoku, who grabbed a lot of people’s attention，is also called as “Yen Bashira(pillar of Japanese Yen)” because of the Japanese word for “fire” is pronounced with the same sound as the word Yen. I wonder if Big Brother will be able to lead the movie to break the 30.9 billion yen record of 「Spirited Away」 and become the next 30 billion man!
And the Japan Post Office has a knack for capturing the hearts of consumers. This year, the post office has released a New Year’s post card in collaboration with Kimetsu no Yaiba specifically for the movie, and this set of New Year’s cards is now on sale!
Sold in packs of three according to patterns.
660 yen/small package (tax included)
In addition, 520 yen is required for postage.
Limit on the number of purchases
You can purchase up to 10 sachets of each pattern in a single order.
You can purchase up to 40 sachets of each of the four patterns in total.
29 October 2020 00:15 ~ 14 December 2020 23:45
You can purchase for the post card from here(Japanese):
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