If you are a fan of One Piece and are happen to be in Hong Kong, this One Piece-themed restaurant is a must. As most adventures of the mange are on the sea, the eatery is located on an old dockyard, the Whampoa area.

The restaurant features One Piece-inspired decoration as well as One Piece-related food and beverage.

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Inside the restaurant

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Dine among your favorite characters

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The food

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Souvenir shop

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The beverage

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Another corner of the restaurant

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One Piece-themed tableware

One Piece is a famous Japanese manga series. Eiichiro Oda is the author and also the illustrator of this series. One Piece has been published on the Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in regular installments. The first chapter was brought out on the 22 of July 1997. The series also has 91 tankobon volumes.

One Piece tells the story of a boy named Monkey D. Luffy. He has features of rubber after accidentally eating a Devil Fruit. He formed a crew of pirates and set out on a voyage to find the world’s largest treasure called One Piece. When he finds it, Luffy will become the Pirate King.

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Monkey D. Luffy

One Piece stands out for its unique humor, storytelling, and art. The series has broken several records. One of the most noted is “the most copies published for the same comic book series by a single author". It is also the bestselling series in manga’s history.

In 1998, Production I.G adapted One Piece into an OVA. In 1999, the anime series of this manga was broadcasted in Japan. Besides the main series, Toei also published 13 films, 11 specials for TV, and also an OVA.

Several merchandises associated with One Piece have been developed. Some of them are cards and video games.  Viz Media was licensed to release the English version of the manga in the UK and North America. In Australia, it is Madman Entertainment.

In 2004, 4Kids Entertainment was authorized to launch the anime in North America. 3 year later, Funimation picked it up.