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The One Piece Exhibition, fully known as the Eiichiro Oda-Supervised One Piece Exhibition: One Piece of Original Art x Video x Experience (尾田栄一郎監修 ONE PIECE展 ~原画×映像×体感のワンピース Oda Eiichirō Kanshū Wan Pīsu Ten: Genga Eizō Taikan no Wan Pīsu?), was a special exhibit for the 15h anniversary of One Piece in 2012.[4] It was held successively in three different locations: Tokyo[1] and Osaka[2] in Japan, and Taipei in Taiwan.[3] Is is also sometimes referred to as One Piece Ten.

Venues

The opening venue for the exhibition was the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Tokyo. The exhibition was open from March 20 to June 17, 2012. It consisted of twelve separate corners with different art presentations.[1][5]

The second venue was the Tempozan Special Gallery in Osaka. The exhibition was open from November 24, 2012 to February 17, 2013. This venue added a new corner for the Punk Hazard Arc that had started in the manga. [2][6]

The final venue was the Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan. The exhibition was open from July 7 to September 22, 2014. This venue added a new corner for the Dressrosa Arc that had started in the manga. [3][3][7][8]

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Tokyo venue map.
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Osaka venue map.
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Taipei venue map.
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Promotional Artwork for the exhibition by Eiichiro Oda.
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Promotional Artwork for the Taipei venue by Eiichiro Oda.

Corners

The table below shows the distribution of corners across the three exhibition venues. Each of the two subsequent venues added a new corner, while excluding some of the corners featured at the original Tokyo venue.

Tokyo Osaka Taipei Exhibition Corner
Romance Dawn - The Dawn of the Adventure
An Assemblage of Historic Bounties
Adventure Panoramic Theater
A Shadow in Thriller Bark
Bewitching Tricks from Maiden Island
The Nightmare of Impel Down
Paramount War of Marineford
Crewmates Theater
Crewmates Original Art Gallery
Undersea Paradise Fish-Man Island
Comics Gallery
Where "ONE PIECE" is Created
The New World: PUNK HAZARD
Dressrosa's "Light and Dark"

Romance Dawn - The Dawn of the Adventure

Romance Dawn - The Dawn of the Adventure (ROMANCE DAWN - 冒険の夜明け Romansu Dōn - Bōken no Yoake?): A display of the Thousand Sunny's main mast, 7.5 meters tall.[9]

An Assemblage of Historic Bounties

An Assemblage of Historic Bounties (集結する歴代賞金首たち Shūketsusuru Rekidai Shōkinkubi-tachi?): Graphic art of the various wanted posters from the series plastered onto the walls. This was where Portgas D. Ace's bounty of Beli.png550,000,00 was revealed for the first time.[9] The Osaka venue was the first to reveal Bepo's bounty of Beli.png500.[10]

Adventure Panoramic Theater

Adventure Panoramic Theater (冒険パノラマシアター Bōken Panorama Shiatā?): A semi-circular screen playing a movie of various scenes from the manga with added motion.[9]

A Shadow in Thriller Bark

A Shadow in Thriller Bark (スリラーバークに浮かぶ影 Surirā Bāku ni Ukabu Kage?): A display that recreated the dining hall of Thriller Bark's mansion. The room was mostly dark and illuminated with blacklights.[9]

Bewitching Tricks from Maiden Island

Bewitching Tricks from Maiden Island (女ヶ島、魅惑のトリック Nyōgashima, Miwaku no Torikku?): Trick art of Boa Hancock firing her Mero Mero Mellow. The art was painted on the walls so as to give an illusion of depth. There was also a figure of Elder Nyon.[9]

The Nightmare of Impel Down

The Nightmare of Impel Down (インペルダウンの悪夢 Inperu Daun no Akumu?): A display of Impel Down's monitor room with manga panels from the [mpel Down Ac] displayed on the screens. Another section contained an to-scale figure of Ace imprisoned in Level 6. There was also a stone wall with holes through which one could see a display of Emporio Ivankov.[9]

Paramount War of Marineford

Paramount War of Marineford (マリンフォード頂上戦争 Marinfōdo Chōjō Sensō?): Graphic art of the Marineford Arc. Panels were displayed on paintings while focus lines and sound effects were painted on walls. Some of Oda's original drawings for the arc, featuring the death of Portgas D. Ace, were also on display.[9]

Crewmates Theater

Crewmates Theater (仲間シアター Nakama Shiatā?): A movie featuring animated manga panels of Ace's death and Luffy remembering his crewmates.[9]

Crewmates Original Art Gallery

Crewmates Original Art Gallery (仲間原画ギャラリー Nakama Genga Gyararī?): Oda's original drawings of the Straw Hat Pirates' first appearances after the timeskip.[9]

Undersea Paradise Fish-Man Island

Undersea Paradise Fish-Man Island (海底の楽園―魚人島― Kaitei no Rakuen ―Gyojin-tō―?): Graphic art of Fish-Man Island arc color spreads as well as Fish-Man island themed interactive art.[9]

Comics Gallery

Comics Gallery (コミックスギャラリー Komikkusu Gyararī?): Graphic art in the form of a "Cover History Board" featuring every manga volume cover, as well as to-scale figures of the Straw Hat Pirates.[9]

Where "ONE PIECE" is Created

Where "ONE PIECE" is Created (「ONE PIECE」が生まれる場所 Wan Pīsu ga Umareru Basho?): An installation recreating Eiichiro Oda's work desk. There was also a movie of Oda drawing a color illustration of Luffy and Chopper, as well as a collection of all color spreads from the series. The collection included a color spread specially created for the exhibition.[9]

The New World: PUNK HAZARD

The New World: PUNK HAZARD ( "新世界" パンクハザード "Shin Sekai" Panku Hazādo?): A corner that was added for the Osaka venue. It consisted of a to-scale figure of Trafalgar Law and a movie playing animated manga scenes from the Punk Hazard Arc.[10]

Dressrosa's "Light and Dark"

Dressrosa's "Light and Dark" (ドレスローザの『光と闇』 Dorezurōza no "Hikari to Yami"?): A corner that was added for the Taipei venue. It consisted of a to-scale figure of Doflamingo and various manga pages from the Dressrosa Arc...[11]

Pamphlets and Catalogues

Cover Title Release Date Pages Information
Experiences -Adventure Log-.png Experiences -Adventure Log- (体感-ADVENTURE LOG- Taikan -Adobenchā Rogu-?) March 20, 2012 32 One Piece Exhibition official pamphlet.[12] Features brief descriptions of all the corners in the exhibition.
Memories -Eternal Log-.png Memories -Eternal Log- (記憶-ETERNAL LOG- Kioku -Etānaru Rogu-?) March 20, 2012 168 One Piece Exhibition official catalogue..[12] Features images of all the art in the exhibition, descriptions, and an interview called One Piece Cross Talk between Eiichiro Oda and musician Yasutaka Nakata. Everything is written in both Japanese and English.
Experiences -Adventure Log- Osaka.png Experiences -Adventure Log- Osaka (体感-ADVENTURE LOG-OSAKA Taikan -Adobenchā Rogu- Ōsaka?) November 14, 2012 32 One Piece Exhibition official pamphlet for the Osaka venue.[13] The contents are mostly the same as the original, with the addition of the Punk Hazard corner.
Memories -Eternal Log- Osaka.png Memories -Eternal Log- Osaka (記憶-ETERNAL LOG-OSAKA Kioku -Etānaru Rogu- Ōsaka?) November 14, 2012 168 One Piece Exhibition official catalogue for the Osaka venue.[13]. The contents are mostly the same as the original, with the addition of artwork from the Punk Hazard corner.
Experiences -Adventure Log- (Taipei).png Experiences -Adventure Log- (体感-ADVENTURE LOG-探險日誌 Tǐgǎn -ADVENTURE LOG- Tànxiǎn Rìzhì?) July 1, 2014 40 One Piece Exhibition official pamphlet for the venue in Taipei, Taiwan. It is written in Chinese and includes a description of the new Dressrosa corner.

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