“Kimetsu no Yaiba” anime exceeded 40 billion yen in box office revenue for the first time in history, reaching 51.7 billion yen worldwide

On the 24th, it was revealed that the domestic box office revenue of “Theatrical Version” Kimetsu no Yaiba “Infinite Train Edition” exceeded 40 billion yen, and the total box office revenue worldwide reached about 51.7 billion yen. According to the announcement of the distribution Aniplex, the cumulative number of visitors in Japan was 28,966,806, and the box office revenue, which has been renewed as the number one in history, was 40,016,942,050 yen. In the United States, which was opened to the public at about 1600 halls including 4DX / IMAX on April 23, the cumulative number of visitors was estimated to be about 3.51 million and the box office revenue was $ 43965487 (about 4.78 billion yen) by May 21. There is.

fever has increased overseas, and to date, screenings have been held in 45 countries and regions, including the United States, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, and Latin America. The cumulative number of visitors worldwide, including Japan, was about 41.35 million, and the total box office revenue was about 51.7 billion yen. It is planned to be released in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Turkey, etc. in the future.

The original serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” (Shueisha) by Koyoharu Gotouge has a cumulative circulation of over 150 million copies in all 23 volumes. The TV animation started broadcasting in April 2019, and the boy, Tanjiro Kamado, whose family was killed by a demon, however, in order to return his younger sister, Sadako, who became a demon, to the “demon slaughter corps”, the fierce battle between people and demons, the sad story, and the animation drawing that gathered the best of technology attracted a lot of attention. That’s right. Overseas countries and regions for which box office results have been confirmed are as follows: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Brunei, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Finland , Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Trinidad Tobago, Dominican Republic, USA, Canada, Iceland, Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Egypt, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, France, Luxembourg, Russia, Denmark Main public performance Japan (open to the public October 16, 2008) Box office revenue of about 40 billion yen, mobilization of about 28.96 million Taiwan・ Hong Kong / Macau (October 30, 2008) about 2.91 billion yen, about 3.35 million people, Taiwan’s highest box office in the history of anime movies Southeast Asia (November 12, 2008) about 770 million yen, about 154 10,000 people record the highest box office of Japanese anime movies in Singapore Korea (January 27, 2009) Approximately 1.86 billion yen, approximately 2 million people, ranked in the top 5 box office for 17 consecutive weeks Australia / New Zealand (21) (March 18, 2009) Approximately 420 million yen, approximately 370,000 people, No. 1 in the box office ranking in the first week of publication Central and South America (April 22, 2009) Approximately 400 million yen, approximately 970,000 people, including Mexico Popular screenings in 10 countries and the Caribbean region Europe (April 22, 2009) Approximately 350 million yen, approximately 520,000 people, No. 1 in the first week box office ranking in Spain United States and Canada (April 22, 2009) (March 23) Approximately 4.82 billion yen, approximately 3.53 million people, the opening box office performance of foreign language movies in the United States No. 1 in history Middle East / Africa (May 12, 2009) Approximately 170 million yen, approximately 110,000 people , Recorded the highest box office of Japanese anime movies released in the same area (Yorozu-News editorial department)