Watch One Piece In Order

One Piece In Order

One Piece In Order. This article from NNTHEBLOG will help you watch One Piece the best way possible. This article will contain One Piece episodes, arcs, movies and OVA’s as well as specials. One Piece is an anime series with a lot of episodes.

This is the best One Piece watch list to help you navigate this anime. One Piece is a Japanese animated television show that was based on the manga of the same title. It has 1030 episodes and 20 seasons. One Piece also has 14 movies and more than 20 OVAs.

It can be difficult to decide which order to watch One Piece anime with all the content. This is why our article is so helpful. Let’s get to the One Piece order guide without further delay.

Which Episode of One Piece Should You Watch?

Which Episode of One Piece Should You Watch?

It is clear that watching One Piece at the beginning (episode 1, or volume 1) is the best way to begin. You will receive all the content in the order it was intended. The Straw Hats will grow as individuals and as a group.

One Piece Chronological Watch

One Piece Chronological Watch

Now we are at the chronological order in which to watch all One Piece anime. Here is a list with the best series, movies, OVAs and specials to be watched in the correct order. This is the best way to watch everything about One Piece.

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1. East Blue Saga

East Blue Saga
  • Romance Dawn Arc: Episodes 1-3
  • Orange Town Arc: Episodes 4-8
  • Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack!
  • Syrup Village Arc: Episodes 9-18
  • One Piece: The Movie
  • Baratie Arc: Episodes 19-30
  • Arlong Park Arc: Episodes 31-44
  • Loguetown Arc: Episodes 45
  • Buggy’s Crew Adventure Chronicles: Episodes 46-47
  • Loguetown Arc Cont. : Episodes 48-53
  • Clockwork Island Adventure
  • One Piece TV Special: Adventure in the Ocean’s Navel
  • Jango’s Dance Carnival
  • Warship Island Arc: Episodes 54-61
  • One Piece: Episode of East Blue: Luffy and His 4 Crewmates’ Big Adventure

2. Arabasta Saga

Arabasta Saga
  • Reverse Mountain Arc: Episodes 62-63
  • Whisky Peak Arc: Episodes 64-67
  • Diary of Koby-Meppo: Episodes 68-69
  • Little Garden Arc: Episodes 70-77
  • Drum Island Arc: Episodes 78-91
  • Dream Soccer King
  • Arabasta Arc: Episodes 92-130
  • The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta
  • Chopper’s Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals
  • Post-Arabasta Arc: 131-135

3. Sky Island Saga

Sky Island Saga
  • Goat IslandArc: Episodes 136-138
  • Dead End Adventure
  • The Cursed Holy Sword
  • One Piece: Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father’s Huge, HUGE Dream
  • Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King
  • Ruluka Island Arc: Episodes 139-143
  • Jaya Arc: Episodes 144-152
  • Skypiea Arc: Episodes 153-195
  • One Piece: Episode of Sky Island
  • G-8 Arc: Episodes 196-206
  • Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
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4. Water 7 Saga

Water 7 Saga
  • Long Ring Long Land Arc: Episodes 207-219
  • One Piece: Protect! The Last Great Stage
  • Oceans Dream Arc: Episodes 220-224
  • Foxys Return Arc: Episodes 225-228
  • Giant Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle
  • Water 7 Arc: Episodes 229-263
  • Enies Lobby Arc: Episodes 264-290, 293-302, 304-312
  • Boss Luffy Historical Specials: Episodes 291-292, 303, 406-407
  • Post-Enies Lobby Arc: Episodes 313-325
  • Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Cherry Blossom

5. Thriller Bark Saga

Thriller Bark Saga
  • Ice Hunter Arc: Episodes 326-335
  • Chopper Man Special: Episode 336
  • Thriller Bark Arc: Episodes 337-381
  • Spa Island Arc: Episodes 382-384

6. Summit War Saga

Summit War Saga
  • Little East Blue Arc: Episodes 426-429
  • One Piece Film: Strong World
  • Straw Hat Chase
  • ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster
  • Romance Dawn Story
  • Sabaody Archipelago Arc: Episodes 385-405
  • Amazon Lily Arc: Episodes 408-417
  • Straw Hats Separation Serial Arc: Episodes 418-421
  • Impel Down Arc: Episodes 422-425
  • Impel Down Arc Cont. : Episodes 430-452
  • Straw Hats Separation Serial Arc Cont. : Episodes 453-456
  • Marineford Arc: Episodes 457-489
  • Post-War Arc: Episodes 490-491
  • Toriko Crossover: Episode 492
  • Post-War Arc Cont. : Episodes 493-516
  • 3D2Y

7. Fish-Man Island Saga

Fish-Man Island Saga
  • Return to Sabaody Arc: Episodes 517-522
  • Episode of Nami: Tears of a Navigator and the Bonds of Friends
  • Fish-Man Island Arc: Episodes 523-541
  • Toriko Crossover: Episode 542
  • Fish-Man Island Arc Cont. : Episodes 543-574
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8. Dressrosa Saga

Dressrosa Saga
  • Zs Ambition Arc: Episodes 575-578
  • Glorious Island Part 1
  • Glorious Island Part 2
  • One Piece Film: Z
  • Episode of Luffy: Adventure on Hand Island
  • One Piece: Adventure of Nebulandia
  • Punk Hazard Arc: Episodes 579-589
  • Toriko & Dragon Ball Crossover: Episode 590
  • Punk Hazard Arc Cont. : Episodes 591-625
  • Episode of Merry: The Tale of One More Friend
  • Caesar Retrieval Arc: Episodes 626-628
  • Dressrosa Arc: Episodes 629-746
  • Episode of Sabo: The Three Brothers’ Bond – The Miraculous Reunion and the Inherited Will

9. Whole Cake Island Saga

Whole Cake Island Saga
  • Silver Mine Arc: Episodes 747-750
  • One Piece: Heart of Gold
  • One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0
  • One Piece Film: Gold
  • Zou Arc: Episodes 751-779
  • Marine Rookie Arc: Episodes 780-782
  • Whole Cake Island Arc: Episodes 783-877
  • Levely Arc: Episodes 878-889

10. Wano Country Saga

Wano Country Saga
  • Wano Country Arc – Act 1 (890-916)
  • Wano Country Arc – Act 2 (917-958)
  • Anime 20th Anniversary special: Episode 907
  • Wano Country Arc – Act 2 continuation (Oden Kozuki Past) (959- 1004)
  • Cidre Guild Arc: Episodes 895-896
  • One Piece: Stampede
  • Wano Country Arc – Act 2 Continunation (1005-1059)

One Piece Arcs Watch Order By Release Date

One Piece Arcs Watch Order By Release Date

One Piece currently has 1030 episodes across 20 seasons and 20 story arcs. It is difficult to find the right episodes, so it would be best to watch One Piece in order of release. Check it out.

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SeasonNo.Story ArcEpisodesFirst airedLast aired
11–61East Blue61October 20, 1999March 14, 2001
262–77Entering into the Grand Line16March 21, 2001August 19, 2001
378–91Introducing Chopper at the Winter Island14August 26, 2001December 9, 2001
492–130Arrival in Alabasta, Fierce Fighting in Alabasta39December 16, 2001October 27, 2002
5131–143Dreams!, The Zenny Pirate Crew Sortie!, Beyond the Rainbow13November 3, 2002February 2, 2003
6144–195Sky Island: Skypiea, The Golden Bell52February 9, 2003June 13, 2004
7196–228Escape! The Marine Fortress & The Foxy Pirate Crew33June 20, 2004March 27, 2005
8229–263Water Seven35April 17, 2005April 30, 2006
9264–336Enies Lobby73May 21, 2006December 23, 2007
10337–381Thriller Bark45January 6, 2008December 14, 2008
11382–407Sabaody Archipelago26December 21, 2008June 28, 2009
12408–421Island of Women14July 5, 2009October 11, 2009
13422–456Impel Down35October 18, 2009July 11, 2010
14457–516Marineford60July 18, 2010September 25, 2011
15517–578Fishman Island62October 2, 2011December 23, 2012
16579–628Punk Hazard50January 6, 2013January 12, 2014
17629–746Dressrosa118January 19, 2014June 19, 2016
18747–782Silver Mine, Zou, Marine Rookie36June 26, 2016April 2, 2017
19783–889Whole Cake Island, Reverie107April 9, 2017June 30, 2019
20890–Wano Country130July 7, 2019presen

One-piece Watch Order at a Glance

  1. East Blue Saga:
    • Romance Dawn Arc (1-3)
    • Orange Town Arc (4-8)
    • Syrup Village Arc (9-18)
    • Baratie Arc (19-30)
    • Arlong Park Arc (31-45)
    • Buggy Side Story Arc (46-47)
    • Loguetown Arc (48-53)
    • Warship Island Arc (54-61)
  2. Arabasta Saga:
    • Reverse Mountain Arc (62-63)
    • Whisky Peak Arc (64-67)
    • Koby and Helmeppo Arc (68-69)
    • Little Garden Arc (70-77)
    • Drum Island Arc (78-91)
    • Arabasta Arc (92-130)
    • Post-Arabasta Arc (131-135)
  3. Sky Island Saga:
    • Goat Island Arc (136-138)
    • Ruluka Island Arc (139-143)
    • Jaya Arc (144-152)
    • Skypiea Arc (153-195)
    • G-8 Arc (196-206)
  4. Water 7 Saga:
    • Long Ring Long Land Arc (207-219)
    • Ocean’s Dream Arc (220-224)
    • Foxy’s Return Arc (225-226)
    • Water 7 Arc (227-263)
    • Enies Lobby Arc (264-312)
    • Post-Enies Lobby Arc (313-325)
  5. Thriller Bark Saga:
    • Ice Hunter Arc (326-336)
    • Thriller Bark Arc (337-381)
    • Spa Island Arc (382-384)
  6. Summit War Saga:
    • Sabaody Archipelago Arc (385-405)
    • Amazon Lily Arc (408-421)
    • Impel Down Arc Part 1 (422-425)
    • Little East Blue Arc (426-429)
    • Impel Down Arc Part 2 (430-456)
    • Marineford Arc (457-489)
    • Post-War Arc (490-516)
  7. Fish-Man Island Saga:
    • Return to Sabaody Arc (517-522)
    • Fish-Man Island Arc (523-574)
  8. Dressrosa Saga:
    • Z’s Ambition Arc (575-578)
    • Punk Hazard Arc (579-625)
    • Caesar Retrieval Arc (626-628)
    • Dressrosa Arc (629-746)
  9. Whole Cake Island Saga:
    • Silver Mine Arc (747-750)
    • Zou Arc (751-779)
    • Marine Rookie Arc (780-782)
    • Whole Cake Island Arc (783-877)
  10. Wano Country Saga:
    • Levely Arc (878-889)
    • Wano Country Arc Part 1 (890-894)
    • Cidre Guild Arc (895-896)
    • Wano Country Arc Part 2 (897-)
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One Piece Movies in Order Of Release

One Piece Movies in Order Of Release

There are currently 14 One Piece movies, with the 15th coming in August. It is recommended that you watch them in the order they were released. Here is the One Piece movie list sorted by release date.


  • One Piece: The Movie (2000)
  • Clockwork Island Adventure (2001)
  • Chopper’s Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals (2002)
  • Dead End Adventure (2003)
  • The Cursed Holy Sword (2004)
  • Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (2005)
  • Giant Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle (2006)
  • The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta (2007)
  • Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Cherry Blossom (2008)
  • One Piece Film: Strong World (2009)
  • Straw Hat Chase (2011)
  • One Piece Film: Z (2012)
  • One Piece Film: Gold (2016)
  • One Piece: Stampede (2019)
  • One Piece Film: Red (2022)

One Piece OVAs in Order of Release

  • Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack! (1998)
  • Romance Dawn Story (2008)
  • Strong World: Episode 0 (2009)
  • Glorious Island Part 1 (2012)
  • Glorious Island Part 2 (2012)
  • One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0 (2016)
  • ROMANCE DAWN (2019)

One Piece Shorts and Specials in Order of Release

  • One Piece TV Special: Adventure in the Ocean’s Navel (2000)
  • Jango’s Dance Carnival (2001) – Short
  • Dream Soccer King (2002) – Short
  • One Piece: Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father’s Huge, HUGE Dream (2003)
  • One Piece: Protect! The Last Great Stage (2003)
  • Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King (2004) – Short
  • One Piece: End-of-Year Special Plan! Chief Straw Hat Luffy’s Detective Story (2005)
  • ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster (2011)
  • Episode of Nami: Tears of a Navigator and the Bonds of Friends (2012)
  • Episode of Luffy: Adventure on Hand Island (2012)
  • Episode of Merry: The Tale of One More Friend (2013)
  • 3D2Y (2014)
  • Episode of Sabo: The Three Brothers’ Bond – The Miraculous Reunion and the Inherited Will (2015)
  • One Piece: Adventure of Nebulandia (2015)
  • One Piece: Heart of Gold (2016)
  • One Piece: Episode of East Blue: Luffy and His 4 Crewmates’ Big Adventure (2017)
  • One Piece: Episode of Sky Island (2018)
  • Luffy-senpai Support Project! Barto’s Secret Room! Special (2021)
  • Zoro and Sanji-senpai Admiring Project! Barto’s Secret Room 2! (2022)
  • Great Anatomy! Kozuki Oden’s Legend! (2022)
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How to watch one piece in an order without fillers?

How to watch one piece in an order without fillers?

While most anime fans would love to see all of it, others prefer to focus on the main story and skip the fillers. It is important to decide whether you want to see the entire series or just certain episodes. 

We have compiled this list of One Piece fillers that you can avoid. You can also find a complete article on all One Piece fillers.

Most people accept that filler episodes may be skipped or omitted. They have no effect on the main plot or characters of the story. You can watch or skip different stories without changing the story.

You can therefore skip filler episodes. One Piece has a lot of fillers, and unlike other anime, we recommend at least one or all of them. As of this writing, 103 out of 981 currently aired episodes are fillers. Our One Piece filler list has 34 hours of filler, each episode lasting around 20 minutes.

One Piece Filler Arc Episodes

One Piece Filler Arc Episodes

This part will show you the filler arc episodes as well as explain their meaning. It is up to you then to decide whether you want to watch them. Although they don’t offer much in terms of watch order for the entire One Piece anime, they make good fillers.

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Warship Island Arc, Episodes 54-61 – This is One Piece’s first filler episode and the first arc not to be based on the manga. This filler arc has two major plot holes. Zoro is seen cutting steal throughout the episode. However, he learned this skill during the “Alabasta Arc” later in the episode. The crew also sees dragons during this arc. They act as though it’s their first encounter with a dragon in “Punk Hazard Arc.”

Post-Alabasta Arc (1131-135) – Five episodes that tell the story of the past and future goals of many Straw Hat Pirates are provided in this filler arc. Robin and Luffy are not given their own episodes.

Goat Island (136-138): The Straw Hat Pirates help Zenny, an elderly man, escape marine capture and hide from them on an island.

Ruluka Island (139-143): This arc is different from the manga because the Going Merry is seen to be in disarray after being blown out of control by Ape’s Concert. Ruluka is then sent by the Straw Hats to fix up the ship. The manga depicts Hina attacking the Going Merry at “Alabasta Arc,” causing severe damage to the ship.

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G-8 (196-206), – This filler episode has 11 episodes and is the longest. It’s still One Piece’s best filler episode due to its entertaining and interesting villain. If you are willing to take the time to read it, this might be one worth your while.

Ocean’s Dream (220-224): This arc was inspired by “Ocean’s Dream”, a One Piece videogame. There are no other arcs that are based on videogames.

Foxy Returns (225-226): Our heroes must once more deal with Foxy pirates during this arc.

Ice Hunter/Lovely land (326-335 – This arc pits the crew against the Accino Family bounty hunter group on a winter island.

Spa Island (382-3844) – Foxy pirates assume the role of antagonists in this filler arc.

Little East Blue (426-299) – This arc precedes “One Piece: Strong World”. This is a link to the film if you’re interested.

Z’s Ambition (575-578) – This arc is similar to Little East Blue and has a film tie in. This is the movie “One Piece Film: Z.”

Ceasar Retrieval (626-628) – Ceasar Clown gets kidnapped from Thousand Sunny by an unknown character with extraordinary abilities.

Silver Mine (747-750). – Our heroes try to escape Silver Mine. This arc serves as a prelude for “One Piece Film:Gold”.

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Marine Rookie (780-7822) – Luffy’s team infiltrates a second marine base during this arc. The G-8 arc was in the first place.

Cidre Guild (895-896 – This filler arc has only two episodes, and is the longest in all of anime. It also has a special arc that is connected to “One Piece: Stampede”.

One Piece Individual Filler Episodes

One Piece Individual Filler Episodes

We’ve shown you the entire One Piece filler story arcs. They are great, but what about individual episodes? Should you watch them? You can skip them. They aren’t as useful for One Piece order and they aren’t as good as filler arcs. You can see them below.

* Episode 50: Usopp vs Daddy the Father! Showdown at High Noon

* Episode 99: Spirit of the Fakes Kamyu, Heart of the Rebel Army!

* Episode 102: Ruins, Lost Ways! Vivi, her friends, and the country’s form

* Episode 213: Round 3! Round and Round Roller Race

* Episode 214: Burning Roller Race! The Final Round: Dash!

* Episode 279: Jump into the Falls! Luffy’s Feelings! !

* Episode 280: A Man’s Way of Life Zoro’s Techniques and Usopp’s Dream

* Episode 281: A Bond of Friendship Wounded by Tears Nami’s World Map!

* Episode 282: Separation Refines the Man! Sanji and Chopper

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* Episode 283: All for my Friends’ Sake! Robin’s Darkness!

* Episode 291: Boss Luffy Returns! Dreams or Reality Lottery Trouble

* Episode 292: The Great Mochimaki Race To the Castle! Conspiracy of Red Nose

* Episode 303: Who is Boss Luffy, the Criminal? Chase the Vanished Great Sakura tree

* Episode 317: A Girl Searching for the Yagara Great Investigations in the Water Metropolis

* Episode 318: The Mother Is Strong! Zoro’s Slapstick Homework Help

* Episode 336: Sanji Crashes! The Mysterious Old Men and Intense Cooking

* Episode 406 – Boss Luffy Appears Again

* Episode 407: Special Historical Arc-Destroy! The Trap of the Thriller Company

* Episode 457: A Special Retrospective Before Marineford-The Siblings’ Vow

* Episode 458: A Special Retrospective Before Marineford. – Assemble! The Three Admirals

* Episode 492: The Strongest Team Tag-Team! Luffy and Toriko’s Hard Struggle!

* Episode 499: The Battle Against the Big Tiger Who will be the Captain?

* Episode 542: Team Formation Save Chopper

* Episode 590: History’s Strongest Collaboration vs. Gluttons of the Sea

* Episode 907: The 20th Anniversary Special Romance Dawn

Do you have to watch all One Piece movies in order?

Do you have to watch all One Piece movies in order?

Technically, no movie is considered canon. They are all unrelated to the manga story. Strong World is an exception to this rule, as the main antagonist does appear in the manga storyline. However, the event itself cannot be included in it. You can still watch the stories as they are, and they won’t spoil them for you.

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It cannot be spoilt if there are new characters or something that has happened in the manga. The Heart of Gold movie is an example of this.

While you can watch them in any order, it is okay to start with the beginning.

You can also follow the chronological One Piece watch list that you can see above. This order sorts all movies alphabetically with episodes, shorts and OVA’s.

How long would it take to watch all of one piece?

How long would it take to watch all of one piece?

One Piece episodes last between 22-23 minutes. However, we will take this number into account when we calculate. We’ve already mentioned that 1022 episodes have been aired as of June 2022. What does this mean?

There are 1022 episodes total, each lasting 24 minutes. This means you have 24,528 minutes worth of material. You would need to binge-watch the entire series in 409 hours. That’s 17 days and under an hour. Good luck!

Why is one piece so long?

Why is one piece so long?

It is a weekly manga. This means it will continue to be popular for as long as people want it to. It is not surprising that the manga has become so popular, not only in Japan but worldwide, it makes sense that Eiichiiro Oda, the manga’s author, has all the time in this world to finish his series and tell as many stories as he likes.

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Another reason is the length of Oda’s pirate story. Oda has an idea for a long, complex narrative with many adventures. It’s good that the manga is so well-received. Oda will be able to finish his story and create all the ideas.

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Is One Piece Coming to an End?

Is One Piece Coming to an End?

The answer to that question depends on your definition of “soon”. It will soon end, considering that Oda’s story began in 1997. However, this “soon”, as Oda says, will not arrive until after several years have passed. It’s not as soon as you think.

Oda stated that he had completed about 80% of his story in 2018, which left plenty of room for new stories. When asked about the ending to One Piece, Oda stated that he had an ending in mind (the original ending), and that he intends to see it through. He also said that he would change it if fans predicted the outcome.

He stated that the manga might end in 2024/2025 in a 2019 interview. This means that we still have plenty of time to enjoy Luffy’s adventures in anime and manga.

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Can you skip Luffy and Ace Backstory

Can you skip Luffy and Ace Backstory

Don’t skip it. It will give you more information about Ace and the history of Sabo. This is something you will need to know later. Although it’s not as thrilling as the other arcs it’s still canon and gives valuable backstory about the three brothers.

We are taken back in time to the childhood of the main character, with scenes with his son, the former pirate king, and his third brother, Sabo. It would be a waste to skip this. One Piece’s most emotionally charged parts are those that form their arc.

We hope you find Nntheblog article helpful in watching the entire One Piece anime.

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