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One Piece Live Attraction is held in a theater on the fifth floor of Tokyo One Piece Tower. Tickets cost ¥1,200, and each show is roughly 20 minutes in length.
All Live Attraction shows take place on Tongari Island.
Shows[edit | edit source]
One Piece Live Attraction: Welcome to Tongari Mystery Tour[edit | edit source]
In the show, the Straw Hat Pirates explore a cave on Tongari Island, and Robin discovers ancient text written on the cave's walls. After she reads it, the crew is confronted by a mysterious, mist-like creature that can change its form and split apart into smaller pieces. It transforms into what the crew imagines, like a mermaid for Sanji. However, when Usopp gets scared and imagines it as a monster, it begins attacking them. The crew continues to battle it until it binds them all with a curse. Then, the show's audience is responsible for saving the crew by waving their light wands to power the Heart Stone (ココロ石 Kokoro ishi?), which breaks the curse the mist creature put the crew under. Once the crew is freed, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Jet Gattling to defeat it. Franky uses Franky Radical Beam to break a hole in the cave wall, and the crew escapes to the beach as the show ends.
One Piece Live Attraction 2[edit | edit source]
The second show ran from April 23, 2016 until April 9, 2017.
In this show, part of the crew is exploring the island when they are trapped in a cage by Trafalgar Law. Law is working with Kizaru but turns against him later to help the Straw Hat crew. Law uses Shambles to repeatedly switch places with Luffy to confuse Kizaru. When he stops, Luffy attacks Kizaru with Gomu Gomu no Red Hawk from behind, defeating him. The crew and Law celebrate their victory with food and a song.
One Piece Live Attraction: Phantom[edit | edit source]
The third show ran from April 29, 2017 to April 7, 2019. Partway through the show's running period, the name of the attraction changed to "One Piece Live Attraction: Phantom," dropping the '3' from its name.
The Straw Hats meet Ann, a singer who can create illusions of people with the Bijo Bijo no Mi. However, Buggy and his new henchman Puggy then capture her and force her to use her illusions to trick and capture the Straw Hats.
One Piece Live Attraction: Marionette[edit | edit source]
The fourth show ran from April 24, 2019 to July 31, 2020. Ann returns and helps the Straw Hats fight against Caesar Clown, who is using a new gas called "Marionette" to enslave the citizens of Tongari Island, and even Straw Hat members and allies fall under his control. Additionally, Charlotte Cracker has teamed up with Caesar to get revenge on Luffy.
After Tokyo One Piece Tower was closed in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the official One Piece YouTube channel streamed a performance of Marionette. It can be watched with English subtitles for free here.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- One Piece Live Attraction 2 has a very similar plot The Great Treasure of Tongari Island, an animation featured in "Luffy's Endless Adventure" at Tokyo One Piece Tower.
References[edit | edit source]
- Live Attraction show details
- The show's opening and closing dates are detailed.
- The show's length and performance numbers are detailed.
- The "Heart Stone" is named.
- The plot of One Piece Live Attraction: Welcome to Tongari Mystery Tour is detailed.
- 【東京ワンピースタワー】最新作情報解禁！ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION「MARIONETTE」！
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