Demon Slayer’s Sound Hashira Gets Real in Flashy New Cosplay

Tengen Uzui is Demon Slayer Corps’ most recognizable swordsman and is set to take on the Twelve Kizuki in a stunning cosplay.

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


Taryn a professional actor as well as an artist, has assisted the Sound Hashira to get back to active duties. In a new series of photos, the cosplayer shows Tengen’s muscular physique and flamboyant attitude. There are a few tiny details of the costume like the exact mold of the Uzui’s arm guards and the ornamental stones that embellish the shinobi’s head guard. Additionally, you can see the kanji on the unique double Nichirin blades and cleavers. Taryn illustrates Tengen’s fighting posture during the final Entertainment Arc fight. This is the moment when Hashira will make use of his second blade to stab his left arm after being severely injured during the duel with Upper-Rank demon Gyutaro.

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You can check out more of Taryn’s costume on their Instagram page. Their Instagram page contains additional photos of their Tengen Uzui version. They also have photos of their stunning Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure cosplay. It is a recreation of Hirohiko’s original line work. Taryn has played a variety of characters from shonen anime and manga, including One Piece’s three-sworded warrior Roronoa Zoo and Jujutsu Kaisen’s antagonistic sorcerer Sukuka Ryomen.

Tengen Uzui first appeared in Demon Slayer’s Hashira Meeting. Uzui, as with many of the other Hashira, is initially antagonistic to the main character Tanjiro Kamado. But throughout the show, a bond is developed between the warden who wields a sound as well as the Kamado brothers. Uzui plays a crucial role in the Entertainment District arc. There the three wives are ninjas who team up with Tanjiro and Zenitsu, Inosuke, Inosuke, and Nezuko to take on two members of the Upper Rank, the Twelve Kizuki (Daki) and the Gyutaro. The arc is one of the highlights of the Demon Slayer manga. Studio Ufotable’s adaptation of the manga is praised for its breathtaking animation and intricate choreography for fights.

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Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba was written by KotoharuGotouge. The first time it appeared was on the Weekly Shonen Jump pages in the year 2016. VIZ Media now offers the entire manga series in English. Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Hulu are now streaming the two first seasons. The third season, which will be adapted to the Swordsmith Village arch, is in the process of being produced, however, it hasn’t yet been made available for streaming.

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