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One Piece (JP)

One Piece (JP)


As the Pirate King Gold Roger was executed on the gallows he revealed that he left everything he owned in life in "One Piece". This sparked the great age of pirates; a time where all attempt to journey to the end of the Grand Line. Monkey D. Luffy dreams of finding the legendary treasure and becoming the Pirate King. Together with his crew, his nakama: Roronoa Zoro the swordsman, Nami the navigator, Usopp the marksman, Sanji the chef, Tony Tony Chopper the doctor, Nico Robin the archaeologist, Franky the shipwright, and Brook the musician; the Straw Hat Pirates travel the Grand Line on their ship the Sunny Go in search of adventure and fulfillment of their dreams! But, many will stand in the way of Luffy's dream and the dreams of his nakama - pirates and the World Government alike.

One Piece is a very popular anime adapted from the popular manga of the same name created by manga-ka Eiichiro Oda in 1997. One Piece was soon animated by Toei Animation, and started airing on the Japanese TV network Fuji TV on October 20, 1999. From episode 207 and on, One Piece has been simulcast (simultaneously broadcasted) in both HDTV and Standard Definition. Starting with episode 279, One Piece began airing at a different timeslot, which varied from region to region in Japan. For the purposes of this guide, the early morning Sunday timeslot will be used, so the day the episode airs does not change. One Piece has reached 400 episodes on May 10, 2009. There are currently nine movies, with a tenth set for a Spring 2009 release, and ten TV Specials.

In Japan, One Piece is very popular: after the 60th tankobona it was announced that total sales volumes of One Piece have reached 200 million copies. One Piece has become the best selling manga in the world, far ahead already completed "Pearl of the Dragon" and the longest manga Kochikame (out of more than 35 years). The first edition of 61 volumes of One Piece was 3.8 million copies - the largest first printing of the manga in Japan (and worldwide). Also, the sale of One Piece have reached 100 million faster than any other manga. According to recent reports in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 best-selling manga was One Piece, far ahead of the competition.

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Arcs:
Season 1: East Blue (eps. 001-060)
  • Axe-Hand Morgan Arc A.K.A. Romance Dawn Arc (001-003)
  • Buggy Arc (004-008)
  • Captain Kuro Arc (009-017)
  • Don Kreig Arc (018-030)
  • Arlong Arc (031-045)
  • Buggy Side Story Arc (046-047)
  • Logue Town Arc (048-053)
  • Warship Island Arc (054-060)

    Season 2: Arabasta (eps. 061-130)
  • Whiskey Peak Arc (061-067)
  • Coby/Helmeppo Side Story Arc (068-069)
  • Little Garden Arc (070-077)
  • Drum Island Arc (078-091)
  • Arabasta Arc (092-130)

    Season 3: Sky Island (eps. 131-206)
  • Post-Arabasta Arc (131-135)
  • Goat Island Arc (136-138)
  • Rainbow Mist Arc (139-143)
  • Jaya Arc (144-152)
  • Skypiea Arc (153-195)
  • G8 Arc (196-206)

    Season 4: Water 7 (eps. 207-325)
  • Davy Back Fight Arc (207-219)
  • Memory Loss Arc (220-226)
  • Water 7 Arc (227-263)
  • Enies Lobby Arc (264-312)
  • Water 7 Revisited Arc (313-325)

    Season 5: Thriller Bark (eps. 326-381)
  • Ice Hunter Arc (326-336)
  • Thriller Bark Arc (337-381)

    Season 6: Summit War (eps. 382-516)
  • Sabaody Archipelago Arc (382-405)
  • Amazon Lily Arc (408-421)
  • Impel Down Arc (422-451)
  • Marinford Arc (452-489)
  • Post-War Arc (490-516)

    Season 7: Fishman Island (eps. 517-578)
  • Return to Sabaodi Arc (517-522)
  • Fishman Island Arc (523-574)
  • Z's Ambition Arc (575-578)

    Season 8: Pirate Alliance (eps. 579-???)
  • Punk Hazard Arc (579-625)
  • Return Caesar Arc (626-628)
  • Dress Rose Arc (629-???)


    Specials:
    TV Special 1: - Boss Luffy Again! Dream or Reality Lottery Riot
    TV Special 2: - The Great Mochimaki Race to the Castle! Conspiracy of the Red Nose.
    TV Special 3: - The Criminal is Boss Luffy? Pursue the Missing Great Sakura
    TV Special 4: - Chopperman Departs! Protect the TV Station by the Shore
    TV Special 5: - Special Historical Arc - Boss Luffy Appears Again
    TV Special 6: - Special Historical Arc - Destroy! Thriller Company's Trap
    TV Special 7: - The Strongest Tag-Team! Luffy and Toriko`s Hard Struggle!
    TV Special 8: - History's Strongest Collaboration vs. Glutton of the Sea


    Opening Themes:
    • "We Are!" by Hiroshi Kitadani (eps. 1-46)
    • "Believe" by Folder5 (eps. 47-116)
    • "Hikari E" by The Babystars (eps. 117-168)
    • "Bon Voyage!" by Bon-Bon Blanco (eps. 169-206)
    • "Kokoro no Chizu" by BOYSTYLE (eps. 207-263)
    • "Brand New World" by D-51 (eps. 264-278)
    • "We Are!" by the Straw Hat Pirates (eps. 279-283)
    • "Crazy Rainbow" by Tackey & Tsubasa (eps. 284-325)
    • "Jungle P" by 5050 (eps. 326-372)
    • "We Are!" by TVXQ (DBSK) (eps. 373-394)
    • "Share The World" by TVXQ (DBSK) (eps. 395-425)
    • "Search the Wind" by Hexagon Family (eps. 426-458)
    • "One Day" by The Rootless (eps. 459-491)
    • "Fight Together" by Amuro Namie (eps. 493-516)
    • "We Go!" by Kitadani Hiroshi (eps. 517-541,543-589)
    • "Hands Up!" by Shinzato Kouta (eps. 591-628)
    • "Wake up!" by AAA (eps. 629-6??)
    Ending Themes:
    • "Memories" by Maki Otsuki (eps. 1-30)
    • "RUN! RUN! RUN!" by Maki Otsuki (eps. 31-63)
    • "Watashi ga iru Yo" by TOMATO CUBE (eps. 64-73)
    • "Souchinosuke" by Suitei-Shoujo (eps. 74-81)
    • "Before Dawn" by AI-SACHI (eps. 82-94)
    • "Glory ~Kimi ga iru Kara~" by Takako Uehara (eps. 107-116)
    • "Shining Ray" by Janne da Arc (eps. 117-132)
    • "Free Will" by Ruppina (eps. 133-155)
    • "Faith" by Ruppina (eps. 156-168)
    • "A to Z" by ZZ (eps. 169-181)
    • "Moon and Sun" by shela (eps. 182-195)
    • "Dreamship" by Aiko Ikuta (eps. 196-206)
    • "Future Voyage" by Tackey & Tsubasa (eps. 207-230)
    • "Eternal Pose" by Asia Engineer (eps. 231-245)
    • "Dear Friends" by TRIPLANE (eps. 246-255)
    • "Ashita wa Kurukara" by Dong Bang Shin Gi (eps. 256-263)
    • "Adventure World" by Delicatessen (eps. 264-278)
    • "One Day" by The Rootless (eps. 492)
    • "We go!" by Kitadani Hiroshi (eps. 542,590)

      Movies:
    • 1. One Piece (movies, 2000)
    • 2. One Piece: Nejimaki shima no bouken (2001)
    • 3. One Piece: Chinjou shima no Chopper oukoku (2002)
    • 4. One Piece: Dead end no bouken (2003)
    • 5. One Piece: Norowareta seiken (2004)
    • 6. One Piece: Omatsuri danshaku to himitsu no shima (2005)
    • 7. One Piece: Karakuri-jou no mecha kyohei (2006)
    • 8. One Piece: Episode of Arabasta — sabaku no oujo to kaizoku-tachi (2007)
    • 9. One Piece: Episode of Chopper plus — fuyu ni saku, kiseki no sakura (2008)
    • 10. One Piece: Strong World (2009)
    • 11. One Piece Film Z (2012)


      Fillers:
      Fillers series are: 50, 51, 54-61, 93 (partially), 98, 99, 101, 102, 131-135, 136-138, 139-143, 196-206, 213-216, 220-224, 225-226, 279-283 (episode repeats), 291-292 (Christmas series), 303, 317-319, 326-335, 336, 382-383, 384, 406-407, 426-429, 457-458, 497-499, 542, 575-578, 626-628
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    Cast
    Mayumi TanakaMayumi Tanaka
    voiced Monkey D. Luffy
    Kazuya NakaiKazuya Nakai
    voiced Roronoa Zoro
    Akemi OkamuraAkemi Okamura
    voiced Nami
    Kappei YamaguchiKappei Yamaguchi
    voiced Usopp (S02+)
    Hiroaki HirataHiroaki Hirata
    voiced Sanji (S02+)
    Ikue OhtaniIkue Ohtani
    voiced Tony Tony Chopper (S06+)
    Yuriko YamaguchiYuriko Yamaguchi
    voiced Nico Robin (S05+)
    Kazuki YaoKazuki Yao
    voiced Franky (S11+)
    Yuuichi NagashimaYuuichi Nagashima
    voiced Brook (S12+)
    Misa WatanabeMisa Watanabe
    voiced Nefertari Vivi (S05-S07)

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    Crew

    Based On The Works Of: Eiichiro Oda

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    Recurring Guests

    Masaya Takatsuka as Jyabura (36 eps)
    Chiwa Saitou as Chimney (34 eps)
    Takahiro Yoshimizu as Paulie (30 eps)
    Ryotaro Okiayu as Kaku (26 eps)
    Naomi Shindoh as Califa (24 eps)
    Kenta Miyake as Zambai (22 eps)
    Hiroaki Miura as Absalom (20 eps)
    Kumiko Nishihara as Perona (18 eps)
    Hiroshi Iwasaki as Kumasy (18 eps)
    Rin Mizuhara as Kokoro (18 eps)

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    Classification: Animation
    Genre: Anime | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy
    Status: Returning Series
    Network: Fuji TV ( Japan)
    Language: Japanese
    Airs: Sundays at 02:30 pm
    Runtime: 25 Minutes
    Premiere: October 20, 1999
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