Theft damage of the entire manga "Kimetsu no Yaiba" Sued on SNS Donations flooded from all over Japan October 9th, 20:45

At a hot spring facility in Yamaguchi City, the entire volume of the popular manga "Kimetsu no Yaiba" that had been placed in the rest space was taken away, and when the facility side wrote the damage on SNS, the same manga was donated one after another from all over the country.

According to the hot spring facility "Onsen no Mori" in Yamaguchi City, when an employee was cleaning the resting space of the passengers last month, the 20 popular manga "Kimetsu no Yaiba" that had been placed was gone. It means that I noticed.

When the facility side posted on Twitter saying "I want you to put it back in place" in order to appeal to the good intentions of the person who took it away, it was spread one after another, and people all over the country who saw the post said "Kimetsu no Yaiba" A total of about 190 books have been delivered, including the complete set of.

Some of them were accompanied by a letter saying, "I thought about what I could do and decided to donate the whole volume at home."

The facility will place all the comics that arrive in the break space for customers to read.

Takeo Umebayashi, director of the hot spring facility, said, "I was surprised because I had never imagined it. I was terrified because of the severe situation with the new coronavirus."