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|“||You should be honored to be killed by me, one of the Twelve Kizuki!||„|
|~ Susamaru to Tanjiro Kamado.|
Susamaru and Yahaba are the two supporting antagonists in the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga and Anime. They're the two main antagonists of the Asakusa arc. They're both servants of Muzan Kibutsuji, ordered to hunt down the boy with Hanafuda Earrings.
Susamaru is voiced by Mikako Komatsu in the Japanese version of the anime and Sarah Anne Williams in the English dub. Yahaba is voiced by Jun Fukuyama in the Japanese version and Xander Mobus in the English dub.
Susamaru is smiling almost often and loves the challenge. Her pet phrase is "what fun this is" and if she's participating in battles, she finds it entertaining and she will endlessly repeat it. Her immaturity is in sharp contrast to the seriousness of Yahaba.
Yahaba is a loyal demon to who only worked to satisfy his master, Muzan Kibutsuji. Like Susamaru, he wanted acceptance of Muzan and the chance to become one of the Twelve Kizuki. Although he had a sadistic personality. He preferred to do things in a clean and civilized manner and he despised Susamaru's child nature and hated to become dirty.
- On the first character popularity poll, Susamaru was ranked in 30th Place with over 53 votes.
- Yahaba was ranked in 37th place with 14 votes as of the first character popularity poll.