Cocoyasi Village is the village on Conomi Islands where Nami, as well as her sister, Nojiko, grew up with Bell-mère. The village is also the closest place to Arlong Park, and this is where the majority of important characters from the arc lives, including Nami.
Cocoyasi Village is a fairly tropical place located in the seaside, with palm trees, tangerine groves and rice fields. It is located to the west of Gosa Village and east of the now destroyed Arlong Park. There is a simple wooden dock for ships as well.
The Mikan Grove is located in Bell-mère's yard. It was owned by Bell-mère who always worked there and would sometimes cook using mikans as ingredients (e.g. Mikan Sauce). Since she and her daughters were poor, they earned their living by selling them.
After Bell-mère died, the garden was taken care by Nami and Nojiko. Nami also hid the 93,000,000 destined to buy Cocoyashi Village back from Arlong in the grove. Later Captain Nezumi, under Arlong's order, ransacked the grove to search for Nami's stolen money. When Nami departed, she took three trees with her as a memento of her mother.
The grove is currently under Nojiko's care, with Chabo working as an employee under her.
Bell-mère's final resting spot is located in a clifftop overseeing the ocean near Cocoyasi. Nami and Nojiko would frequently visit it here in order to pay their respects.
At first, it consisted of a simple, makeshift wooden cross made by two logs tied together, but was eventually reconstructed into a proper headstone during the timeskip.
|Mummy Mee||Daddy Dee||Johnny||Yosaku|
|Sam||Teru||Bell-mère †||Nami ‡|
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Translation and Dub Issues
- The "Cocoyasi" romanization comes from Color Walk 1.
- According to Rurubu One Piece, Cocoyasi Village was inspired by Ubud in Indonesia.
- Cocoyashi is Japanese for coconut.