Konnichiwa everyone! Harvest Festival means turkey! But I’ve never had turkey before, this is Boss from Otaku Republic!
Konnichiwa everyone! I have never tried turkey either! Wait!! Actually, I think I’ve eaten a leg for Xmas...... maybe? This is Saori from Otaku Republic!
To begin with, turkey isn’t really sold in Japan. I think that’s why Harvest Festival isn’t very well emphasized......
Not necessarily! For example, this fall’s super popular on-air ‘special anime’ is airing an episode themed around Harvest Festival right now! But ‘Harvest Festival’ in the Demon World might be a bit different? We are here to do a complete analysis on what kind of episode this is!
【Anime Season 3】Latest Mairimashita! Iruma-kun season on-air from October!
What kind of event and story is the theme “Harvest Festival”?
Ooo! Anime 3rd Season is currently on air! The opening is so cool!
Mairimashita! Iruma-kun’s anime 3rd Season has been on air since October! And so today, we are going to briefly explain Season 3’s main theme, Demon World’s ‘Harvest Festival’ event!
Super simply! What is Mairimashita! Iruma-kun about anyway?
An unfortunate human boy, Iruma-kun who was sold to a demon ends up in
Demon World’s school and spends a crazy fun school life, a school & comedy fantasy!
Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun (Mairimashita! Iruma-kun) is a currently ongoing manga published in Weekly Shōnen Champion! Iruma-kun was working various part-time jobs to support his family instead of his lazy parents. One day, his parents summon a demon. In exchange for getting their wish come true, they sell Iruma-kun as a human sacrifice!
Terrible story no matter how many times I hear it.
Demon King Sullivan who adopted Iruma-kun turns out...... to have wanted a cute grandchild for a while! Sullivan begs Iruma-kun to please be his grandson! And Iruma-kun accepts. And so, Iruma-kun ends up attending the Demon World school where Sullivan is the headmaster!
Detailed plotline was summarized in this past article, check it out HERE!
So, what is the 3rd anime season’s “Harvest Festival” version about?
The last practicum exam for first year students,
An important exam that can promote the demon “rank”!
Harvest Festival sounds fun...... but it turns out to be a super important event for the demons attending the school! It’s the first-year students’ last practicum and an important exam that can even promote their ‘rank’ as a demon!
Demon rank...... that sounds pretty intense.
Yes, in the Demon World, there is a strict hierarchical system! And the hierarchy is dependent on ranks! So, for demons, rank promotion is a necessity for bettering their life quality in the Demon World!
Wow 10 different ranks! That looks tough...... by the way, what’s Iruma-kun’s current rank?
Iruma-kun, through different school events and exams in anime first and second season, managed to be promoted to rank 3! So, this final exam is a chance for promoting to rank 4......!
It’s pretty amazing that he’s a human-boy but is already promoted to rank 3 along with other demons. I hope he can smoothly rise to rank 4......
Since it’s the first year students’ final exam, it’s not easy to clear! Exam duration is 6666 minutes (4 days 15 hours and 6 minutes)! And within that time, they hunt for preys and submit! Each hunted prey earns a point, and the highest total point winner wins!
That means, classmates are all rivals. That’s rough......
And that makes anime 3rd season full of very exciting episodes! Classmates and Iruma-kun have gone through rigorous training for this Harvest Festival, so there’s a lot of good scenes to demonstrate their abilities! In particular, Iruma-kun decides to get tutorage of a special ‘master’ to prepare for the Harvest Festival, but......!?
Check out Doujinshi along with the anime for Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun (Mairimashita! Iruma-kun)!
Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun (Mairimashita! Iruma-kun)
and so, if you are going to watch Iruma-kun Season 3, please watch the 1st and 2nd Season prior! Don’t let 2022 get by without watching the growth of Iruma-kun and friends!
Alrighty, that’s about it for today! See you at the next article!