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While movie theatres around the world are to survive, cinemagoers in Japan are to smash box office records. Despite COVID-19 social distancing rules, an animated film has just (by far) the biggest box office weekend in the history of Japan's cinemas. The movie 'Demon Slayer: Mugen Train' not only records in Japan, it also the biggest opening weekend for any movie anywhere in the world. The movie only domestically in Japan but it more than the previous record. Ticket sales last weekend greater than those of all other countries . Japanese cinemas saw over 3.4 million patrons out a whopping $44 million on tickets.

The movie Demon Slayer is on a smash-hit Japanese manga - a Japanese-style comic book. The story is in early 20th-century Japan. The main protagonist a young man who a group of warriors to get revenge on a group of ghouls and demons that his family and his sister. It is the latest in a long line of anime and manga to a phenomenon in Japanese popular culture. The 22-volume manga has over 100 million copies, making it one of the most successful manga of all time. Japanologist Roland Kelts from Tokyo's Waseda University said: "This particular title across generations. Even people over 40, over 50, really Demon Slayer."

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