Demon Slayer Which Hashiras Survived At The End


The Hashiras, the elite sword-wielders of the Demon Slaying Corps, are known for their strength and mystery. These warriors play a crucial role in protecting humanity from the horrors of demons. But with such a dangerous duty, not all of them could survive the battles they faced. In this article, we will uncover the fates of the Hashiras and explore how their stories unfolded.


Flame Hashira – Kyojuro Rengoku (Deceased)

Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, was the first Hashira introduced to readers and viewers. He displayed immense courage and heroism by saving passengers on the Mugen Train. Unfortunately, he met his end at the hands of Akaza. However, his legacy lives on through his descendant, Tojuro Rengoku, who shares his spirit and bonds with Tanjiro’s descendant, Sumihiko Kamado.


Serpent and Love Hashira – Iguro and Mitsuri (Deceased)

Iguro and Mitsuri, the Serpent and Love Hashiras, fought valiantly together during the Infinity Castle story arc. Their love and dedication were evident as they stood by each other in their final moments, professing their feelings. In the end, they found each other again in their next incarnations, running a bakery.


Wind Hashira – Sanemi Shinazugawa (Alive)

Sanemi Shinazugawa survived the Infinity Castle story arc, but with a ticking time bomb. He faced injuries and the Mark, which meant he had a limited time to live. However, he chose to remain in the living world rather than join his mother in Hell. Sanemi’s story continues with a new partner, Genya, in the final chapter.


Mist Hashira – Muichiro Tokito (Deceased)

Muichiro Tokito met a gruesome end during the Infinity Castle story arc. Despite severe injuries, he inflicted a critical wound on Upper-Rank One Kokushibo, contributing to his defeat. In a twist, Muichiro and his brother Yuichiro were reincarnated as infant twins in the final chapter.


Stone Hashira – Gyomei Himejima (Deceased)

Gyomei Himejima was a formidable force in the story, striving to become a Marked One to face the Upper Ranks and Muzan. He achieved this goal but knew it came with a price—death before his 25th birthday. After a challenging battle, Gyomei passed away peacefully, with his foster children’s spirits watching over him. In the final chapter, he was reborn as a teacher.


Water Hashira – Giyu Tomioka (Alive)

Giyu Tomioka, a dedicated member of the Demon Slayer Corps, survived the battles of the Infinity Castle story arc. However, the Mark ensured that he would not live past the age of 25. His reincarnation or descendant attended school with his sister Tsutako Tamioka and friend Sabito in the final chapter.


Sound Hashira – Tengen Uzui (Alive)

Tengen Uzui, the Sound Hashira, narrowly survived the Entertainment District story arc with the help of Nezuko. Although he lost an eye and an arm, he decided to retire from demon-slaying due to his injuries. In the final arc, Tenma Uzui, his descendant, achieved success as a gymnastics expert, winning an Olympic gold medal.


Insect Hashira – Shinobu Kocho (Deceased)

Shinobu Kocho’s death was both tragic and poetic. She was overwhelmed by Upper-Rank Two Doma during the Infinity Castle story arc. However, her poison, the deadly Wisteria poison, proved to be Doma’s undoing as he consumed it along with her. This act led to Doma’s defeat by Inosuke and Kanao. In the final chapter, the successors of Nezuko Kamado and Zenitsu Agatsuma continued the legacy of the sisters Kanae and Shinobu Kocho.



The Hashiras, these elite warriors of the Demon Slaying Corps, faced their destiny with bravery and sacrifice. While some met tragic ends, their stories continue through reincarnation and descendants. The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga has provided closure to their tales, leaving fans with a mix of emotions. In the end, their sacrifices were a testament to their dedication to protecting humanity from the demons that threaten it.