Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is the most rated and epic series of the entire anime history. It is the only anime series to win an Oscar. Demon Slayer was recently in controversy due to the character illustration of the protagonist Tanjiro.
- Tanjiro’s earrings, known as Hanafuda earrings, sparked a flame of controversial series/discussions among people.
- The earrings have some auspicious and surreal art words that are being interpreted in various ways.
Well, are you excited to know what the fuss is all about? Check it out right away.
Hanafuda Earrings Controversy
Hanafuda earrings have beet red rising sun design following the black rays towards the bottom, indicating an ice blue mountain deep to the ground.
- Hanafuda Earrings controversy shoves off its light on the centuries-old Japanese tradition.
- These earrings are used to pay Homage to the playing cards of the Japanese.
- While it simply indicated the sun breathing or the legacy of sun breathers in the show, some interpreted it controversially.
It is stated that earrings have symbols of Japanese militant colonization in various Asian countries.
Ergo, the famous anime Demon Slayer producer: Kimetsu NoYaiba, had to change the Hanafuda earrings design before the anime was aired in several Asian countries.
What do Hanafuda earrings mean?
The word Hanafuda indicates ‘Flower cards’ in Japanese. Well, it simply means earrings of flower cards indicating love, hope, and peace into the coming generations on the show.
- The earrings originally belonged to the first Sun-breather style user Demon Slayer Yoriichi Tssugikuni.
- Later on, it is passed down traditionally through generations in the Kamado family.
- Even Muzan Kabutsuji recognized those earrings within an instant during his first encounter with Tanjiro Kamado.