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Rare Ones Too! My 57 One Piece Collection!

It’s natural for fans to want to spend all 365 days with their favorite One Piece characters and I’m no different. I’ve secretly been a One Piece fan for the past several years and, when I see a One Piece item in a store, I end up bringing it to the register with me. Here are my spoils of war.



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It’s from 2013 but I’ve kept it.


Mug and rice bowl set

A collaboration with PansonWorks (Writer’s Photo)

The perfect size for a little kid.


Limited-edition mugs from Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch

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I got these at a One Piece event being held at Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch several years ago. These valuable mugs aren’t sold anymore but they get daily use because of their perfect size.



A monochrome Luffy mug & a mug from a PansonWorks collaboration (Writer’s Photo)

I use these a lot too. Even when I have guests over, I don’t think twice about using these to serve coffee.


Glass and Barrel Cup

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The glass was purchased at Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch and the barrel cup was sold aboard the Thousand Sunny. They’re both sized to hold a lot.


Flask & Bento Box and Chopstick Set

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A flask and (sold separately) bento box and chopstick set, purchased in Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch’s popular One Piece attraction, Ride Cruise. These get used a lot for picnics. Related: Totoro’s “bento” box


Ice Cream Maker & Thermos

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A simple ice cream maker that was a collaboration with KFC and One Piece (left). It’s small so it can only make enough for one person. I’ve used the thermos (right) too much and the art is peeling away.


Paper Plate used at the One Piece Restaurant

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I also got these back when the One Piece event at Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch was happening. It’s kept safely stored away so it won’t get dirty.


Stuffed Toys

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The big Chopper is soft and great to cuddle.
I bought the PansonWorks collaboration Luffy doll.
I got the small Chopper, Zoro and Sanji from a UFO catcher (claw crane) game.

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Chopperman Blanket

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The blanket fits completely inside Chopper’s face when you fold it up so that you can also use it as a small cushion. It’s also convenient for carrying around.


RARE! Limited-edition Stationary

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On top starting from the left is the One Piece 10th anniversary clear folder, desk pad and notebook.
On bottom starting from the left is character model sheets that were handed out for a limited time at theatres for the One Piece film, “Film Z”, and 2 pen cases.


Still More! Limited-edition Items

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From the left is a limited-edition Kyushu puzzle of the guys, a flyer handed out for a limited time at theatres for the One Piece film, “Film Z”, and One Piece nail stickers.

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Scores of Famous Songs

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Messenger Bag

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Got this from a UFO catcher. Has enough room for a size A4 notebook.


Collaboration Poster with PansonWorks

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Adorned with a special picture frame.


Wanted Posters of the Straw Hat Pirates

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Size A3. I don’t want to ruin them so I don’t hang them up.



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12 in all.


Luffy Figurine with Sound Effects & Plastic Model of the Thousand Sunny

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Super Cool Luffy Figurine

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My favorite!


I’ve never lined up my One Piece collection like this before. I live my life surrounded by One Piece more than I thought. And at this rate, I expect it will get bigger too.

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Favorite genres are various aspects of Japanese otaku culture. Having been away from Japan for some time, there are many scenes where Azuki realizes the differences between international culture and Japanese culture. Through her own experience and knowledge, she hopes to deliver useful information to the international community who are interested in Japan.

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