Tokyo One Piece Tower Opens Special Exhibition for Anime's 20th Anniversary, "Cruise History"

The park's live character show begins a new story "MARIONETTE"



Tokyo One Piece Tower, the first permanent indoor theme park dedicated to the One Piece franchise, has

started a special exhibition to commemorate the anime series' 20th anniversary, titled "Cruise History,"

since April 24. It is scheduled to run for one year to cover the anime's whole 20-year history.






The exhibition's current first season introduces the characters, costumes, islands, and ships that appeared

in the anime's first six arcs, from the first arc "East Blue" (199-2001) to sixth arc "Skypiea" (2003-2004).

You cal also check the anime's various production materials, such as storyboards, key animation drawings,

and character references.




Voice guidance by the anime voice actors is also available at 20 places in the exhibition.



Figure series "Portrait.Of.Pirates" display



DVD "ONE PIECE Log Collection" package illustrations



Special menu for "Cruise History" at Cafe Mugiwara and Sanji's Ore-sama Restaurant, inspired by East Blue,

Alabasta, and Skypiea.



Memorial items using the "Cruise History" key visual are available at Mugiwara Store and Tongari Store.



Meanwhile, the park's popular live character show "One Piece Live Attraction" has also started its new story

"MARIONETTE" since yesterday.


Key visual




The One Piece manga's official Twitter has been posting photo reports from the new exhibition and show's opening day.









Source: Tokyo One Piece Tower press release


© Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation


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