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One Piece Water Spectacle (ワンピース ウォータースペクタクル Wan Pīsu Wōtā Supekutakuru?) is a 3D projection mapping show series that was held at Canal City Hakata. The projection mapping is one of the largest in Japan at 20 meters high and 65 meters long.[1]

One Piece Water Spectacle

One Piece Water Spectacle highlighted the Straw Hat Pirates's abilities in scenes from the Fish-Man Island Arc, Punk Hazard Arc, and Dressrosa Arc. It ran from November 19, 2016 to May 18, 2017. Shows were projected at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM.[1] It re-ran alongside One Piece Water Spectacle 2 from March 24 to April 8, 2018.[2]

Plot Summary

The projection opens with a Visual Den Den Mushi and clashes of colored lights as the Straw Hat Pirates introduce themselves (each with a respective color). The scene opens the ocean before showing the title, and water shoots in front of the projection to reveal the sailing Thousand Sunny. The narrator explains Monkey D. Luffy's Gomu Gomu no Mi, and as the Sunny sails past the screen and away, a collage of the crew's enemies appears.

Pieces of a Marine Base slide together, and the tiered landscapes fills with armed Marine soldiers. The Straw Hat Pirates jump up from below, knocking them away. An alarm in the base sounds, and Luffy is confronted by a group of Marines. He hits them with his Gomu Gomu no Pistol, Gomu Gomu no Whip, and Gomu Gomu no Jet Gatling, defeating them. Water shoots in front of the screen again, transitioning to Usopp in the Underground Trade Port. He uses Midori Boshi: Platanus Shuriken to slice Trebol into pieces. The scene crumbles to transition to Sanji using his Sky Walk to jump through the air before doing a spin kick, activating Diable Jambe, and kicking the background, shattering it to reveal the next scene.

Nami stands in Gyoncorde Plaza and is surrounded by members of the New Fish-Man Pirates. She uses Black Ball: Raiun Rod to defeat them. The scene changes to the Third Research Institute where Franky shoots a laser through the wall and jumps into it. After he strikes a pose, he launches a number of rockets before shooting his Franky Radical Beam. The light from the beam changes the scene back to Gyoncorde Plaza, where Chopper skips around before stopping and looking bashful. Dosun jumps and tries to land on him from above, knocking Chopper out of the way. He activates his Heavy Point and uses Heavy Gong to defeat the Fish-Man.

The scene crumbles again to show Robin on Dressrosa, surrounded by Atamawari Ningyo, and she uses Mil Fleur: Gigantesco Mano, Stomp to defeat them. As the giant legs disipate into flower petals, the scene changes to a dark screen. A spotlight shines to reveal Brook, who is playing a concert. The Marines arrived and interrupt the concert, causing part of the stage setup to collapse. Brook uses Kasuriuta: Fubuki Giri to defeat them before he jumps off, laughing. The scene becomes dark, and the Visual Den Den Mushi returns to the foreground. It projects an image of Pica, merged with a wall on Dressrosa, and Pica looks around before receding into it. The wall crumbles to show Pica merged with the King's Plateau, and Zoro jumps into the center of the scene to face him. Zoro dodges and counters Pica's attacks, and he uses Santoryu Ogi: Ichidai Sanzen Daisen Sekai to cut Pica's giant stone form into pieces, defeating him.

The Visual Den Den Mushi broadcasts again, showing a web of Doflamingo's strings. Doflamingo stands in the center as the web moves before a wall closes in front of him. Luffy jumps into view, and a flurry of petals reveals Doflamingo to him. Luffy activates Boundman, and Doflamingo laughs at him. The two chase each other and fly around Dressrosa, exchanging blows. The two clash with Luffy's Gomu Gomu no King Kong Gun and Doflamingo's Juroppatsu no Seinaru Kyodan: God Thread. The two struggle before Luffy overwhelms and defeats his opponent, transitioning to the next scene.

The open ocean is shown again, and the Thousand Sunny returns into view. A collage of the crew is shown, and Luffy declares to the audience that he will become the Pirate King. The crew launches off in the Sunny before the Visual Den Den Mushi closes the view to show "To Be Continued."

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Staff List

One Piece Water Spectacle
Executive Producer S.C.Alliance Inc.
Produce (Movie) PICS + Toei Animation
Director Daisuke Hashimoto
Producer Daisuke Suzawa, Erina Yano

One Piece Water Spectacle 2

One Piece Water Spectacle 2 featured an original story of the Straw Hat Pirates visiting an island to investigate its legendary Great Rainbow (グレートレインボー Gurēto Reinbō?) treasure. It ran from November 25, 2017 to May 24, 2018. Shows were projected at 6:00, 7:00, and 9:00 PM, and the show was approximately 8 minutes long.[3][4]

Plot Summary

The show begins with an orchestral score and water and light choreography before the narrator explains the basic story. The Straw Hat Pirates decide to head to the island where the "Great Rainbow" can be seen. Luffy invites all of the friends they had met on their journey to join them for a large rainbow party. However, the Four Emperors had decided to attack the island to interrupt the party.

The screen shows a map of the island and after the Straw Hat Pirates have a conversation, the title appears. The view zooms in on the map to show the crew standing underneath a massive tree. Luffy notices something in the water in front of them, and he exclaims that Jinbe has arrived for the party, accompanied by Shirahoshi and the Medaka Mermaid Quintuplets. Franky notes that the Straw Hat Grand Fleet captains and Law have arrived as well, docked on the beach. Bartolomeo calls out to Luffy in excitement and runs toward him while crying.

The scene changes to show Salome winding through moving blocks until Hancock is revealed, causing Sanji's nose to erupt with blood. A pile of hearts rains down and fills the screen. Brook cries out, revealing that he has been captured by Tamago and the Chess Soldiers, who have come to steal the Great Rainbow treasure. The crew jump to try and save him, but suddenly, a portal appears. A cake Homie falls out and is quickly grabbed by Big Mom, who pries the portal open to show herself. Luffy activates Gear Fourth: Boundman and uses Gomu Gomu no Kong Organ to defeat the Chess Soldiers and free Brook, prompting Tamago to flee.

Luffy stands in front of the locked treasure chest as it begins to move. Luffy punches it open, and a huge flock of rainbow-colored birds flies out from it. Luff and his friends watch in amazement as the birds murmurate around them. The birds change in size and shape, with some taking the forms of other animals like giraffes and hippos, while others grow large enough for Luffy, Zoro and Brook to ride on. Shirahoshi comes out of the sea to wave at Luffy while he rides a bird. He ascends from the sea to meet Jinbe, the Gorgon Sisters, Law, and the Grand Fleet captains sitting on rocks.

Great Rainbow forms a swirling rainbow vortex, and the Straw Hat Pirates board the Thousand Sunny, sailing through it. The launch off before the show ends with "To Be Continued."

Characters by Order of Appearance

One Piece Water Spectacle 3

One Piece Water Spectacle 3 is a Wano-focused show that was held from November 14, 2020. It would be shown at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, and 9:00 PM.[5]

Plot Summary

The show is opened by narration from Usopp, who was offscreen, with a large curtain with vertical red, green, and black stripes. During the narration explaining Wano Country and the water spectacle, Hihimaru peeks out from under the curtain. The show logo appears in a swirling of bubbles and light before the curtain falls, revealing geisha dancers, Raizo, Tenguyama Hitetsu, Hihimaru, and Komachiyo dancing in front of Wano Country. The camera zooms into screen doors, and behind them is large room filled with dozens of Komurasaki's playing shamisen. It continues to proceed through more screen doors, where Hihimaru and Komachiyo jump across the screen. Behind the set of screen doors, Luffy and his crewmates are introduced. After they are introduced, parasols spin around the screen before coming together to form one multicolored parasol, with each representing one crew member.

A light flashes and the screen shatters and falls, revealing Luffy standing between a tiger and a dragon. Luffy disappears, leaving the two animals facing each other in front of a black screen, and then they turn into light. They swirl around at each other before clashing and disappearing. The screen flashes to the beat of the music, and then Zoro appears surrounded by samurai. He cuts them all down in one motion, and the camera zooms in on his eye, revealing Kamazo approaching to attack him. The two exchange blows before Zoro defeats him. Brook jumps up from below to the center of the screen and slowly sheaths his blade to use Ekakiuta: Hitoyogiri. He leaps into the air, and Robin appears from behind him crossing her arms and sprouting a row of swaying limbs. Chopper pops out of a smoke cloud and transforms into his Monster Point, but he becomes started when Robin makes a giant pair of hands appear behind him.

The scene changes to Sanji, dressed as O-Soba Mask, clashing with Page One. He uses Diable Jambe and kicks the Zoan user. Usopp and Nami take centerstage, and Usopp shoots a Pop Green while Nami summons Zeus to use Ninpo: Raitei. Franky appears operating General Franky and uses General Ashimoto Dangerou. The fountain sprays upward to obscure the screen, and as it clears, Luffy's hand appears, showing that he has activated Gear Fourth Boundman. He faces Kaidou, and the two begin fighting. Luffy uses Elephant Gun on the Emperor, and the two clash in a wave of electricity.

The scene changes again to golden koi leaping through the air. Hihimaru and Komachiyo jump up from the bottom of the screen to stand on either side, along with Raizo, Hitetsu, and the geisha dances. The crew jumps up to the screen and all strike a pose to end the show. The curtain falls again, and the crew peaks out from under it to thank the audience for coming to the show.

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