‘Kimetsu no Yaiba’ voice actor Yoshitsugu Matsuoka looks back on the spectacular recording ‘I squeezed it to the point where the blood comes out’

The movie “Theatrical Version” Kimetsu no Yaiba “Infinite Train Edition” exceeded the box office revenue of 40 billion yen and broke the record for the number one in Japan.

The stage greeting for early DVD / Blu-Ray reservations was held in Osaka City on July 11, and voice actor Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, who played Hashibira Inosuke, took the stage.

Matsuoka looks back on the movie version of the event, which was held over a year ago. “Just because it’s a movie, you can’t get enthusiastic about it. Because it’s a continuous process from TV animation, we should do it as usual (acting).”

He added, “The first time I started fighting from here, and the second time I was fighting from morning till night (laughs). It was really hard,” he said with a bitter smile.

He revealed that the burden on his throat was heavy in the fierce battle scene, saying, “This is a dangerous signal! My throat is tingling!” If I don’t do it here, I don’t know why I became a voice actor, and it would be strange as a professional. The first peak is Inosuke’s words to Sumijiro, “Don’t say anything bearish.”

At that time, I was over the limit, so I squeezed it to where the blood came out. ” The movie “Theatrical Version” Kimetsu no Yaiba “Infinite Train Edition” will be screened for a limited time from July 22nd to 29th.

It is said that special benefits will be distributed to commemorate the birthday of the character, Purgatory Anjuro (on the official website for the theaters, etc.).

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