Previously, the Uniqlo Manga Demon Slayer UT made its very first appearance in August. It immediately became a hot collection item for anime fans after its launch.
To delight the fans of the series, Uniqlo announced the new Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba UT Collection, and it will be available both online and in-store starting 12 October 2020.
The unisex Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba t-shirts cost RM39.90 per piece, with six different designs.
Unlike the previous collection, the new one will focus on the art of the anime aired in the year 2019. The bittersweet tale of humans and demons successfully gained massive popularity from fans all around the world.
Check out Uniqlo’s website for more. Don’t miss out this new Uniqlo UT collection of your favourite anime!
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