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For other uses of this name, see One Piece (Disambiguation).

In Japan, One Piece can be considered a stable product line and overall, most sold merchandise receives good sales. The most common manufacturer of One Piece toylines is Banpresto and most goods are manufactured in China and/or Taiwan where both labor and manufacturing costs are cheap. Because of interest in selling in Korea, many One Piece products carry the Korean One Piece Logo over the normal Japanese logo, which features a black flag behind the normal One Piece logo. Outside of Japan, most products are imported from Japan, either by subcontracted companies or directly by manufacturers themselves.



Arguably, due to the failure of One Piece in America and lack of promotion from 4Kids, related merchandise does not sell well. Toylines that do make it to high street retailers are often seen in bargain bins. Related products are also absent from many toyline stock catalogs, when other anime toylines such as those derived from the series Bleach or Naruto are found in great numbers.

One Piece toylines have also failed to become a success in the UK, more so than in America. In the UK, related products are seldom seen being stocked in shops. Most fans seeking One Piece merchandise have to seek out specialist shops, buy them from conventions, or self-import them from online sources.

Since Funimation took over the series and with the release of their dubbed version, a whole new range of merchandise is due out shortly as promotion for the series. It still remains unknown how successful Funimation's efforts will be.

It is possible that Funimation has given the merchandise license to Toynami, a company which currently releasing American duplicates of Excellent Model's Bleach PVC figure line. They are believed to hold the license due to a One Piece product they revealed at the 2008 Toy Fair, book-ends.

Companies That Produce Merchandise[]

Several companies produce toys and other related merchandise, such as mirrors, school furniture, video games, or food.

Two of the main companies releasing One Piece products are Bandai and Banpresto, well known in Japan for producing toys for every acclaimed Shonen Jump title. Nevertheless, the most acclaimed One Piece toyline is the Portrait of Pirates series, produced by MegaHouse, a company that specializes in producing figures.

A number of figurines were produced for the American market by Mattel, a toy making company that is based in China. Due to safety problems with a number of product lines produced by the company, on the August 14, 2007 a number of toys were recalled. Amongst the recalled products were 345,000 One Piece and Batman action figures.[1]




Color Walks[]




For the manga chapters and volumes, see Chapters and Volumes‎.

Escape Game[]



Several companies have released and are still releasing a lot of figure series related to One Piece. They began to release merchandise in early 2000 after the broadcast of the anime began as they acquired the rights on it, and since have never failed to flood the market with One Piece goods. While the more prolific companies are certainly Bandai and Banpresto, all active companies that are still producing One Piece figures actually are subsidiaries of the same Japanese holding, Namco Bandai Holdings.

Generally speaking, Bandai is focused on small to mid-size figures, sold with candies (the famous Ramune), while Banpresto produces mid to big size figures that can be caught in various UFO Catchers. Apart from those two companies, other outstanding companies are MegaHouse, which releases big size/high quality figures under the Portrait of Pirates brandline, and Plex, mainly known for their original unqualifiable merchandise and the Anichara Heroes figure line.

Size ranges: small = 3 to 7 cm tall, mid = 10 to 17 cm tall, big = 22+ cm tall.

Note: the figure listing below should at least have every figure out since 2007 onwards. A lot of the older figure sets aren't listed because of lack of information or because they are too old for anybody to get a hold of anymore.

Faithful figures[]

Most of the released figures are made to reproduced manga or anime style versions of the characters, respecting coloring and scaling.






SD figures[]

SD stands for Super Deformed. These are mini-figures of about 5 cm tall, with big heads but little bodies. Most are produced by Bandai.


Gashapon are toys embedded inside capsules that can be dispensed from a vending machine by turning a crank in front of it. All gashapon series listed here are made by Bandai unless otherwise stated.


Funko is an American toy company that licenses characters from other companies and sells vinyl figures in their own art styles, which are similar to the Super Deformed style. The company's most notable line is POP! Vinyl, and the company also makes Mystery Minis.


Main article: One Piece Music

Since the launch of the One Piece anime, several audio CDs have been released through the years of its broadcasting. Distribution was handled first by Columbia Music Entertainment. Avex Trax, since rebranded as Avex Entertainment, now detains all the distribution rights to One Piece related pieces of music.

The following listing does not contain any of the opening/ending theme song singles or audio CDs related to the One Piece movies.

Character Song[]

  • One Piece Oceans of Dreams! Main Theme ~FAMILY~ 7 Mugiwaras Version (ワンピース オーシャンズドリーム! 主題歌~FAMILY~7人の麦わら海賊団篇~) - 5 Feb 2003 - Avex Trax
  • One Piece Character Solo Singles (ワンピース キャラクターソロシングル)
    • Every-one Peace! - Tanaka Mayumi as Monkey D. Luffy - 18 Sept 2003 - Avex Trax
    • Eyes of ZORO - Nakai Kazuya as Roronoa Zoro - 18 Sept 2003 - Avex Trax
    • between the wind - Okamura Akemi as Nami - 18 Sept 2003 - Avex Trax
    • Moulin Rouge (ムーランルージュ) - Hirata Hiroaki as Sanji - 18 Sept 2003 - Avex Trax
    • Usopp no Hanamichi (ウソップの 花道) - Yamaguchi Mitsuo as Usopp - 17 Dec 2003 - Avex Trax
    • Present (プレゼント) - Ōtani Ikue as Tony Tony Chopper - 17 Dec 2003 - Avex Trax
    • my real life - Yamaguchi Yuriko as Nico Robin - 17 Dec 2003 - Avex Trax
  • One Piece Character Song Single Jungle Fever ~Thanksgiving for Pirates by the Pirate of Pirates~ (ワンピース キャラクターソングシングル JUNGLE FEVER ~海賊の海賊による海賊のための感謝祭~) - 29 Oct 2003 - Avex Trax
  • RESPECT! - Tanaka Mayumi as Monkey D. Luffy, Nakai Kazuya as Roronoa Zoro, Hirata Hiroaki as Sanji - 29 Sept 2004 - Avex Trax
  • hurricane girls - Okamura Akemi as Nami, Yamaguchi Yuriko as Nico Robin - 29 Sept 2004 - Avex Trax
  • Friends (フレンズ) - Yamaguchi Mitsuo as Usopp, Ōtani Ikue as Tony Tony Chopper - 29 Sept 2004 - Avex Trax
  • One Piece Christmas (ワンピースのクリスマス) - 25 Nov 2004 - Avex Trax
    • Twinkle Twinkle - The voice actors of the 7 first Mugiwaras
    • Sing Christmas! Jingle Bell (歌え!クリスマス〜ジングルベル) - The voice actors of the 7 first Mugiwaras
  • One Piece Chopper Keitai Pocket Tsuki CD (ワンピース チョッパー携帯ポシェット付きCD) - 21 Dec 2005 - Avex Trax
  • One Piece Chopperman Theme Song CD (ワンピース チョッパーマン テーマソングCD) - 13 Dec 2006 - Avex Trax
  • ONE PIECE Thousand Sunny Go Song CD (ONE PIECE サウザンドサニー号ソングCD) - 27 Feb 2008 - Avex Trax
  • Binks' Sake (ビンクスの酒) - 25 March 2009 - Avex Entertainment
    • Binks' Sake (ビンクスの酒) - The voice actors of the 9 Mugiwaras
    • Black Handkerchief of Happiness (幸せの黒いハンカチ) - Chō as Brook
    • A THOUSAND DREAMERS 〜9 Mugiwaras Version〜 (A THOUSAND DREAMERS 〜9人の麦わら海賊団篇〜) - The voice actors of the 9 Mugiwaras


  • ONE PIECE SONG Collection - 20 July 2000 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • ONE PIECE Character Song Album - 6 March 2002 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • 7 Mugiwaras Live Daikaisen! ~One Piece Character Song Album 2~ (7人の麦わら海賊団ライヴ大海戦! ~ワンピースキャラクターソングアルバムPIECE.2~) - 25 Feb 2004 - Avex Trax
  • ONE PIECE Character Song Carnival!! (ONE PIECE キャラソンカーニバル!!) - 2 Feb 2005 - Avex Trax

Greatest Hits Album[]

  • ONE PIECE BEST SONG COLLECTION - 1 Dec 2001 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • ONE PIECE BEST ALBUM (ONE PIECE BEST ALBUM 〜ワンピース主題歌集〜) - 20 July 2003 - Avex Trax
  • ONE PIECE BEST ALBUM 2 (ONE PIECE BEST ALBUM 2〜ワンピース主題歌集 2NDピース〜) - 24 March 2005 - Avex Trax
  • ONE PIECE SUPER BEST - 7 March 2007 - Avex Trax
  • ONE PIECE MEMORIAL BEST - 17 March 2010 - Avex Entertainment, comes with a DVD with all OP/ED themes (creditless) at the time of release in 4:3 stereo format and few other videos


    • ONE PIECE MUSIC&SONG Collection - 18 March 2000 - Columbia Music Entertainment
    • ONE PIECE MUSIC&SONG Collection 2 - 21 Sept 2000 - Columbia Music Entertainment
    • ONE PIECE MUSIC&SONG Collection 3 - 21 Dec 2000 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • ONE PIECE MUSIC&BESTSONG Collection - 20 July 2001 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • ONE PIECE Image Song Complete Collection (ONE PIECE 映像音楽完全盤) - 31 Jan 2007 - Columbia Music Entertainment
  • ONE PIECE Brook Special CD - Concert of Brook and the Mugiwaras (ONE PIECE ブルックスペシャルCD ブルックと麦わら海賊団の音楽会) - 1 April 2009 - Avex Trax

Game Soundtrack[]

  • ONE PIECE Grand Battle 2 MUSIC&SONG Collection (ONE PIECE グランドバトル!2 MUSIC&SONG Collection) - 21 Dec 2001 - Columbia Music Entertainment

Drama CD[]

  • ONE PIECE 「The Great Adventures of Vivi the Pirate」 (ONE PIECE 「海賊ビビの大冒険」) - 26 Dec 2002 - Avex Trax

Video Games[]

Main article: One Piece Video Games


This section just gives a quick overview of other kinds of One Piece goods, but is really not exhaustive.


Straw Hat Jolly Roger Keychain

Cellphone Straps[]



Note : Due to the number of plushies produced regarding the series, only the notable plushies (i.e. ones produced as one-offs or in a collection) are listed below.


Model Kits[]


One Piece Stamps Japan Post released a commemorative series of ten One Pieces stamps in March 2011, each with a face value of 80 yen. The stamps come in five pairs, each featuring a single scene with at least two characters:

  • Monkey D. Luffy and Tony Tony Chopper
  • Sanji and Roronoa Zoro
  • Nico Robin and Nami
  • Usopp, Brook, and Franky
  • Portgas D. Ace and Monkey D. Luffy

Monopoly board game[]

Monopoly: One Piece Winning Moves released a One Piece version of Hasbro's Monopoly board game in Germany on April 1, 2019. This game features artwork based on the Dressrosa arc, with a player token based on each of the Straw Hats and characters in place of properties.[2]


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Page Notes[]

  • DX stands for 'Deluxe' and is often used to describe the merchandise as being of "above" average quality and normally only found in UFO Catcher games.
  • This is not an online shop, all One Piece merchandise is listed for informational reasons and not purchasing reasons. Please do not direct link to online shopping websites.
  • Information written here is based primary on descriptions and info released on the merchandise and may not reflect the actual products described.


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