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Here's Where You Can Find Demon Slayer: Mugen Train On Crunchyroll

"Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train," which is the full title of the movie sequel to the first season of hit anime series "Demon Slayer," is the biggest film in Japanese box office history. According to The Japan Times, the film reached the milestone exactly 72 days after its theatrical release. Then, as of March 2021, it became the first Japanese movie to secure more than 40 billion yen in total revenue. Additionally, "Mugen Train" holds the distinction of earning the most during its opening weekend of any foreign-language film released in the US.

These accomplishments are even more impressive given that "Mugen Train" all but requires knowledge of the 26 episodes of "Demon Slayer" Season 1 that came before it to comprehend. Thankfully, those interested in jumping into the world of "Demon Slayer" for the first time, or even existing fans who previously missed out on the movie, can now stream both the first season of "Demon Slayer" and "Mugen Train" through anime streaming service Crunchyroll.

Crunchyroll is now home to multiple versions of Mugen Train

Crunchyroll users can find "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train" by navigating to the site's page for "Demon Slayer" or simply following this link. Whereas Episodes 1 through 26 can be streamed for free with ads, "Mugen Train" requires a paid subscription to stream, which also removes ads from videos on Crunchyroll altogether.

The "Mugen Train" film isn't the only new "Demon Slayer" recently or soon to be added to Crunchyroll. The streaming service announced that all episodes of Season 1 dubbed in English are available now as well, coinciding with its addition of "Mugen Train" — of which English, Spanish, and Portuguese dubbed versions are available in addition to the original Japanese. However, the English dub of Season 1 likewise requires a paid subscription to access.

Then, come this December, Crunchyroll will debut a version of "Mugen Train" divided into six episodes, one of which chronicles one all-new adventure that takes place prior to the start of the film. Finally, "Demon Slayer" Season 2 will hit Crunchyroll in December. For now, fans new and old can catch up on the story of "Demon Slayer" in the lead-up to Season 2 by streaming "Mugen Train," now available on Crunchyroll for the first time.