• The key visual of "Demon Slayer" Season 2 Episode 7 is now available
  • The upcoming episode is titled "Set Your Heart Ablaze"
  • Episode 7 is the last anime installment of the Mugen Train arc

"Demon Slayer" Season 2 Entertainment District arc is just a few days away but it looks like the Mugen Train arc finale will have a very emotional ending.

The team behind the hit series "Demon Slayer" released key visual and the official title of the last episode of the Mugen Train arc. The visual shows the face of the Flame Hashira Rengoku Kyojuro, who has been badly injured from his fight against Akaza, the Upper Moon Three of the Twelve Demon Moons.

The finale episode is titled "Set Your Heart Ablaze," which is one of the few words Rengoku said while fighting Akaza. If the TV anime adaptation follows the movie and the manga, fans who have read and watched already know how the story ends. 

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In Episode 6, fans witnessed how Tanjiro annihilated Enmu, the demon who hijacked the train and put everyone to sleep. Rengoku, Inosuke, Zenitsu and Nezuko fought alongside each other to protect the passengers from the demon.

Tanjiro protected Inosuke from a demon-possessed train crew and was stabbed. His wound is lethal and Rengoku taught him to close his wound internally using the breathing technique so it would stop bleeding.

Out of nowhere, Akaza, the Upper Moon Three of the Twelve Demon Moons appeared and tried to attack Tanjiro. Rengoku protected the young demon slayer and faced the powerful demon.

The upcoming episode will show the continuation of the Rengoku vs Akaza fight. Episode 7 is scheduled to air on FujiTV on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 11.15 p.m. JST or 9.15 a.m. ET.

Meanwhile, the "Demon Slayer" Season 2 Entertainment District arc will premiere on Dec. 5 and will run for an hour. Entertainment District arc has 11 episodes and will show Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitzu go on a mission to investigate the disappearance and to search for the wives of the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui.

Japanese animation company Ufotable previously assured fans that the TV anime version of the Entertainment District arc will fully adapt the manga. Fans will certainly enjoy the upcoming arc because they will see a different version of Inosuke, Zenitsu and Tanjiro as they infiltrate the district, which is believed to be the nest of another powerful demon named Daki.