Kimetsu no Yaiba reminded me of Inu Yasha, both shows center on our male lead and involve demon slaying. The setting is historical Japan, and the characters are very fleshed out, even the demons get some of their own backstories. If you've seen Inu Yasha and would like a similar experience, Kimetsu no Yaiba is a fantastically animated shounen with it's very lovable characters and bits of comedy throughout.
Both series are set in historical Japan, but different eras. The main characters form a team of demons and humans working together against demons. There is one specific powerful demon that is their main target. The demons they face are awesome and unique. The main characters use swords and feature interesting sword fighting.
The setting is the same, the main villain I could say is the same as well (the difference between naraku and muzan is that muzan was a fan of michael jackson) both take into the account friendship and swords against the enemy and grow as a group and not as a single character.
Both have demons, have to fight againts them.
Inuyasha is longer than Kimetsu at the moment.
- Both series take place in a historical Japan where Demon exists.
- The MC has to fight and kill demons.
- Both series has people who do demon slaying as a job.
- Are set in old Japan
- Main focus is slaying demons
- Both have a group called "Demon Slayers"
- Have a main character that is looking to become human/demon
- Similar looking main villains
- Have characters that are fleshed out, including the villains they encounter
- Both have magic swords, though different in their abilities
Demons roam Japan in olden times. The stories center around a group of people who meet through travel.
Both have swords and slaying of demons
If you like Demon Slayer i suggest you watch Inuyasha, they both having fair similarities in both of their franchises, we believe there is a connection between how Inuyasha was able to present Demon Slayers, and in doing so, Assassin Demon Sword was able to assist in bringing Inuyasha back! With an Inuyasha sequel recently confirmed in the form of Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, there's no better time to look back at the past and future of these anime series, and how they might connect with each other. how!
both take place in a world in which demons are quite actively present, although the truth is that in the case of "Inuyasha" their presence is much greater than in "Kimetsu no Yaiba". In fact, so much so that we will find hundreds of different episodes in which the main objective will be to defeat demons that possess fragments of a sphere with the ability to completely transform a living being.