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Kyojuro Rengoku with Upper Three Akaza

Painting, 26.05.2020, 0.3×0.3×0.5 cm

Description of the artwork «Kyojuro Rengoku with Upper Three Akaza»

Betty's Fish and Chip Shop's painting The Battle between Rengoku and Akaza was inspired by the popular demon slayer anime series
Kyoujurou Rengoku made his first appearance in the summoning of the Pillars to judge the fate of the Tanjiro and Nezuko brothers.
Meeting on the train, Kyojuro Rengoku revealed that he was on the train to kill a demon that had brought 40 people and ordinary demon hunters to investigate his disappearance, and Rengoku also revealed he knew nothing about Tanjiro's Fire God Dance. A demon appears later, Rengoku quickly senses the demon and kills it in a blink of an eye with a single move. This impresses the Tanjiro 3, who asks to be disciples of Tis Pillar, who Tsugoko and Rengoku quickly agree.
The battle broke out between Rengoku Abbot Inflammation and Upper Trinity Tam Akaza, both of which were almost equally balanced but were an Akza demon that was able to heal the wound quickly and The Abbot Inflammation did not. Akaza uses Destructive Killing: Awakening confronts Rengoku's Ninth Breath of Purgatory Fire, which successfully punches through the chest of the pillar in exchange for his arms, shoulders, and part of his severed head.
He cuts off his own arms to escape Rengoku and flees into the nearby woods to escape the sun and embraces the two young men. Before Akaza disappears, Tanjiro only can throw his sword through him. After The Three Akazas escaped, The Abbot of Akaza's fatal wounds also left shortly afterwards, only to leave a message for the young Demon Killers, sending the final message to his father and brother.
 
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Art form: Painting

Date of creation: 26.05.2020

Size: 0.3×0.3×0.5 cm