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Foosha Village[2] (literally meaning "Windmill Village") is a little port village that is located on Dawn Island and is part of Goa Kingdom. It is the first setting of the Romance Dawn Arc, and is where the story of One Piece starts from.[1]

Layout and Locations

Foosha Village resembles a typical rural community, with rustic wooden houses, docks and a few windmills. It is located to the east of the Goa Kingdom capital.

A prominent feature of this sleepy village is Mt. Colubo in the background. Several notable mountain bandits live in or around the mountain near the village, causing the occasional chaos to the villagers or assisting them as needed. The town appears to be rather unknown, thus the townsfolk are thrilled and proud that their town might be known for producing an infamous pirate. They are led by mayor Woop Slap who usually is against most ideas presented by the other townsfolk on pirates.

The town also has a local Sea King called Lord of the Coast. However, it is not as big as some of the sea monsters in the rest of the world and there is no indications it is as big of a problem as others of his kind may create. This monster is the reason why Shanks lost his left arm by saving Luffy.[1]

Partys Bar

Partys Bar

Partys Bar (パーティーズバー Pātīzu Bā?) is a bar where Makino works here as the bartender.[1] In the anime, it is named "Patys Bar",[3] but this was later fixed in Episode of Luffy.

It is, in a way, where the story first takes place. It was where Shanks is seen partying with his crew, and where the incident between Shanks and Higuma takes place. It was also where Luffy ate the Gomu Gomu no Mi and discovered its powers.[1]

UO

UO is a fish store owned by Gyoru. Luffy used to buy fish from here.

Citizens

See also the associated category: Foosha Village Characters.
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Foosha Village
Makino Woop Slap Gyoru Chicken Monster
Makino's Child Monkey D. Garp Monkey D. Luffy  Minatomo
Red Hair Pirates 
Shanks Benn Beckman Lucky Roux Yasopp

History

East Blue Saga

Romance Dawn Arc

This is Monkey D. Luffy's hometown where he was born and grew up in. It is also where Luffy met Red-Haired Shanks ten years prior to beginning his own journey as a pirate.[1]

Loguetown Arc

The bounty poster reaches Luffy's hometown and the villagers are more than happy that Luffy's fulfilling his dream though the Mayor, Woop Slap, whose always been against Luffy becoming a pirate, thinks it is more destiny than a dream.

Post-Enies Lobby Arc

The villagers once more rejoice at Luffy's growing infamy. Woop Slap is again annoyed by the raucous partying. Makino likes his crew, especially his "cute pet". Woop Slap is annoyed that an enemy of the World Government came from Foosha, and wonders what Garp is doing about it.

Post-War Arc

After the Summit War of Marineford, Vice Admiral Monkey D. Garp returned, and though he had resigned from the Marines, he took a station to protect the village and the island.

After the Two Year Timeskip

The citizens are seen celebrating Luffy's return while Mayor Woop Slap sulks and Makino cradles her crying baby.[4] They later celebrate Luffy's Beli.png500 million bounty with the Dadan Family.[5]

Translation and Dub Issues

Due to the name Fūsha being phonically similar to the color "Fuschia", several fans originally believed that to be the village's name. However, "Fūsha" is the Japanese word for "Windmill". The village having so many windmills makes it a given that it is the intended name of the village. Thus, the official translation is "Windmill Village" which is a direct translation of the Japanese.

In the English localization of the Romance Dawn video game, it is named Fisher Village.

Trivia

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 1 and Episode 4, Foosha Village debuts.
  2. One Piece Color Walk 1, Map of East Blue.
  3. One Piece Anime — Episode 4, The bar's name is spelled wrong.
  4. One Piece Manga — Vol. 62 Chapter 614, cover story: From the Decks of the World Vol. 2.
  5. One Piece Manga — Vol. 80 Chapter 806, cover story: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Vol. 2.

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