Who Is Ume In Demon Slayer? Character Explained
Spoiler Alert: This post contains spoilers from Demon Slayer manga and anime.
Demon Slayer just released its last episode of Season 2 Entertainment District Arc. Some shocking past about the demon siblings was revealed in the show, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
Demon Slayer has gained a safe spot not just as one of the best anime of the year but as the best anime of the century. There’s nothing about the show that one can point out as negative. Other than the remarkable animation of the show, the story keeps the viewers glued to the series.
The battle is finally over as all the demon slayers are successfully able to defeat the upper rank six demons, Daki and Gyutaro. But while the demon siblings are living their final moments, the two engage in an argument, and Gyutaro addresses her little sister as Ume. The answer to why he calls her Ume is given in the show, but here’s a little summary of Daki’s real name.
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Ume In Demon Slayer: Daki’s Real Name
After losing the fight, Daki and Gyutaro squabble and blame each other for their defeat. Daki calls Gyutaro ugly while arguing and says that he can’t be his real brother and the only good in him is that he is powerful. On the other hand, Gyutaro blames Daki for not handling the situation on her own and always being dependent on her.
Daki finally fades away, and Gyutaro addresses her as Ume instead of Daki. And then, he reveals that her sister’s real name is Ume. Gyutaro recalls his past where he remembers that her sister was named Ume, a kind of disease that killed their mother. Neither Gyutaro nor Ume got any parental love; in fact, both of them were physically assaulted by their mother.
Despite acting like a spoiled sibling, Daki (Ume) has an immense love for her brother Gyutaro. After their death, Gyutaro tells Ume not to follow her and go in the direction of heaven. But she instead chose to go with her brother in the hell and make him remember his promise of always living together.