Flashy and Fierce: Demon Slayer’s Sound Hashira Inspires with Epic Cosplay

The Demon Slayer Corps’ most extravagant swordsman, Tengen Uzui, looks ready to face the Twelve Kizuki in a stunning new cosplay.

Tengen Uzui is living the high life in a new Demon Slayer costume.


Taryn an experienced performer as well as an artist, has assisted the Sound Hashira to return to active duty. In a collection of brand-new photos, the cosplayer shows Tengen’s muscular body and fiery manner of speaking. You can see a few small details in the look, such as the precise molding of Uzui’s arm guards and the ornamental stones that embellish the shinobi’s head guard. Also, you can see the kanji that is written on the warrior’s unique double Nichirin blades and cleavers. Taryn illustrates Tengen’s fighting posture during the final Entertainment Arc battle. This is where the Hashira must use his second blade to stab his left arm following a severely injured during the duel with Upper-Rank demon Gyutaro.

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Taryn’s entire cosplay can be seen on their Instagram page. In addition to more images of their take on Tengen Uzui Their Instagram profile also features pictures of their astounding Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure cosplay, which manages to recreate the distinct linework of Hirohiko Araki’s original artwork. Taryn has cosplayed an assortment of characters from popular shonen anime and manga, including One Piece’s three-sword-wielding warrior Roronoa Zoro and Jujutsu Kaisen‘s antagonistic sorcerer Sukuka Ryomen.

Tengen Uzui was first introduced in Demon Slayer‘s Hashira Meeting arc. Uzui, as with many of the other Hashira, is initially antagonistic to the main character Tanjiro Kamado. However, throughout the series, a relationship develops between the sound-wielding warden and the Kamado brothers. He plays a key role in the Entertainment District arc. There, he and his three wives of ninjas join forces with Tanjiro and Zenitsu, Inosuke, Inosuke, and Nezuko to take on two members of the Upper Rank, the Twelve Kizuki (Daki) and the Gyutaro. This arc is a highlight of the Demon Slayer manga. Studio Ufotable’s animation adaptation has been praised for its breathtaking animation and intricate fight choreography.

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba was written by Kotoharu Gotouge and first published in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in 2016. The entire manga is available now in English from VIZ Media. Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Hulu now offer to stream of the two first seasons. The third season, which is slated to adapt to the Swordsmith Village arch, is currently in production but has not yet been made available for streaming.

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