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Spanish One Piece Manga Logo

One Piece logo in the spanish edition of the manga.

In Spain, One Piece is distributed by the editorial Planeta Comics (formerly Planeta DeAgostini).

Name changesEdit

  • In various volumes, Zoro is called "Roronoa Zoro", and others "Rolonoa Zoro".
  • Usopp is called "Usuff".
  • Going Merry is called "Going Meri".
  • Igaram is called "Carraspera" (Cough).
  • Nefeltari Vivi's name is changed to "Nefertari Bibi".
  • Tony Tony Chopper's name is changed to "Toni Toni Chopper".
  • Seto is called "Set".
  • Hamburg is called "Hamburguesa".
  • Kokoro's name is changed to "Cocoro".
  • Chimney is translated to "Chimenea".
  • Mozu's name is changed to "Mos".


Latest Released One Piece Vol in Spain
Spanish edition of Volume 79.
Spain Wanted!
Spanish edition of Wanted!
Spain One Piece Color Walk 1
Spanish edition of One Piece Color Walk 1.
Spain One Piece Red
Spanish edition of One Piece Red: Grand Characters.
Spain One Piece Blue
Spanish edition of One Piece Blue: Grand Data File.
Spain One Piece Yellow
Spain One Piece Green
Spanish edition of One Piece Green: Secret Pieces.
Spain One Piece Blue Deep
Spain One Piece Strong World 1
Spanish edition of One Piece: Strong World 1.
Spain One Piece Strong World 2
Spanish edition of One Piece: Strong World 2.



The One Piece logo for the Spanish dub (notice the flag covering the Japanese Text).

The Spanish dub of One Piece premiered on the channel Telecinco and the channel formally known as Fox Kids España (later known as Jetix España and now as Disney XD España) from 2003 to 2008 and was dubbed by Arait Multimedia. At March 2011 it started airing at the channel Boing and finished. The dub has aired up to episode 195, and as of April 2011, 68 new episodes are being dubbed.


When the show first aired on Telecinco, it received very little censorship, but

List of TV channels where One Piece aired in Spain and dates.

made some changes in dialogue (such as renaming Luffy's attacks into Spanish puns). But as the dub progressed into the Baroque Works Saga, blood was digitally erased (only the protagonist's blood) and scenes were cut.

The Spanish dub was similar to the Korean dub in that they wanted to make the show more localized for viewer, so as a result most Japanese (and English) text was digitally erased and written in Spanish (the art matches the Japanese very well in most cases).

All of the openings and some of the endings (see below) were dubbed into Spanish. However, Telecinco only received the rights to episodes 1-102 before Jetix picked up the reigns by airing episodes 103-195. These episodes were 100% uncut visual-wise and did not have text translated to Spanish (however the Openings and Endings were still dubbed), the reason why texts are not translated as usual was because they ran out time.

On March 7, 2011, One Piece was picked up by the Turner owned Boing Channel, and has recieved higher ratings than most of the programming on the channel. Arait Multimedia had received up to episode 400 and is currently dubbing more episodes as April 2011, until episode 263. The new episodes (until 263) have being airing since September 2011, with very good audience. If it's good enough, more episodes will be dubbed.

On September 25, 2016, Selecta Visión, a Spanish audiovisual production, licensed all One Piece films, releasing One Piece Film: Gold on November 4, with One Piece Film: Strong World and One Piece Film: Z being released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 30, and the rest being released from January 2017, chronologically. On October 3, it was announced that all voice actors voicing the Straw Hats' will reprise their roles for all films. 

Voice ActingEdit

Straw Hats' Voice Actors

Characters Castilian Spanish Voice Actors
Monkey D. Luffy Jaime Roca
Roronoa Zoro Jorge Saudinós
Nami Diana Torres
Usopp José Carabias
Sanji Alfredo Martínez
Tony Tony Chopper Luis Vicente Ivars
Nico Robin Rosa Campillo
Franky Miguel Ángel Pérez
Brook José Posada

Voice Actors of other relevant characters

Characters Castilian Spanish Voice Actors
Gol D. Roger Jaime Roca
Shanks Leopoldo Ballesteros
Buggy Alfredo Martínez
Mihawk Antonio Fernández Muñoz
Smoker Pedro Tena
Nefertari Vivi Pepa Agudo
Portgas D. Ace José María Carrero
Blackbeard Fernando Hernández
Whitebeard Luis Bajo
Sengoku Rafael Azcárraga
Aokiji Roberto Encinas

Name changes in Castilian dubEdit

Character NamesEdit

  • Roronoa Zoro is called Zorro Ronoa. This is because it's Japanese name is similar to the word Zorro (Fox). The name change is also due to make a reference to "Zorro", a character who also is a swordsman and struggling with an headscarf. In movies, however, it is called Roronoa Zoro.
  • Usopp is called Usuff, and he has an Arabic accent. When he dresses as Sogeking, he starts talking in old Castilian (maybe to hide his easily-recognizable accent). In movies, however, it is called Usopp, and has no accent.
  • Piiman, Tamanegi, and Ninjin have their names translated to Spanish. They are Pimiento, Cebolla and Zanahoria, respectively.
  • Going Merry is called Alma de Merry (Merry's Soul).
  • Dracule Mihawk is called most of the times El Cetrero Fantasmal (The Ghostly Falconeer) which has roughly the same meaning as Hawk-Eyes. He has been also called Mihawk and sometimes by a translation of his alias: Ojos de Halcón (Hawk-Eyes).
  • Arlong has a different epithet: Escualo (Shark) instead of "The Saw".
  • The Shichibukai group is called Facción de los Siete Mares (Faction of the Seven Seas), and the members are called Guerreros del Rey de los Siete Mares (Warriors of the Seven Seas' King). They were, however, called Shichibukai until the Whiskey Peak arc started.
  • Hatchan is called Octy.
  • Kuroobi is called Black Belt.
  • Commodore Pudding Pudding is called Pudin Pudin.
  • Captain Nezumi is called Rata (Rata is the Spanish word for Rat).
  • Smoker is called Malhumo. His name is a mix between "mal humor" (moodiness) and "humo" (smoke). But, in the new episodes, he is called Malhumo Smoker.
  • Laboon is called Rabún.
  • Igaram is called Igarapoi.
  • Baroque Works' numbers are changed from cardinal to ordinal, and the "Mr." is translated. For example, Mr. 3 is called Don Tercero (Mr. Third).
  • Carue is called Calú.
  • Kuromarimo is called Kuromarino, and so, Chessmarimo is called Chessmarino.
  • Dalton is called Dolton.
  • Negikuma Maria is called Osa Negi. [Osa if the Spanish for (female) Bear. Negi is left in Japanese].
  • The Isshi-20 are called Los 20 Medis (Medis is short for Médicos, Spanish for Doctors).
  • Hiluluk is called Huruku.
  • Crocodile is called Cocodrilo (Literal Spanish translation).
  • Kohza is called Koza.
  • Portgas D. Ace is called Portgas D. As (Spanish for Ace).
  • Blackbeard and Whitebeard have their names translated (Barbanegra and Barbablanca, respectively) but Shirohige is also called Mostacho Albino (Albino Mustache) sometimes.
  • Kung-Fu Dugongs are called Karatekas Dungonsgs.
  • Barbarossa is called Barba Rusa (Russian Beard).
  • Pell is called Pelu.
  • Bon Kurei is called sometimes Bon Clay and other times is called Bonkure.
  • Sanji's "Mr. Prince" epithet is translated to just "Príncipe" (Prince), but one time he was called "Don Príncipe", what fits with Baroque Works members' translations.
  • Tsumegeri Guards are called Tropa Sumeregi (Tsumeregi Troup). It's curious that the narrator says the name right calling them "Tsumegeri", but all the other characters call them "Tsumeregi".
  • Daz Bones is known as El Golpeador (The Walloper) instead of "The Killer".
  • Zenny's name is written as "Zeny". This, however, only happens in one episode, so it is possible it's just an error.
  • Donquixote Doflamingo is called Donquijote Doflamingo, making more obvious the reference on his name.
  • Enel is called Ener.
  • Marley Brothers are called Hermanos Murray (Murray Brothers).
  • Hot Wind Marines are called Tropa 55 (Troop 55), Tropa 55, la Compañía de los Venaos.
  • Sakazuki's alias, "Akainu", is literally translated as Perro Rojo, "Red Dog". Later, in episode 227, Robin says the aliases of the three admirals and the translation: Akainu, Perro Rojo, Kizaru, Mono Amarillo y Aokiji, Faisan Azul (Akainu, Red Dog, Kizaru, Yellow Monkey and Aokiji, Blue Pheasant). This was done intentionally by the translators so the audience could understand the meaning of the aliases.
  • Porche is called "Portierre".
  • Hamburg, Pickles and Big Pan have their names translated to "Hamburguesa", "Pepinillo" and "Panecillo" (Little Bread) respectively, so the joke on their names is still present.
  • Chimney is translated to "Chimenea".
  • Gonbe is called "Gatonejo" (mixture of "Gato" (cat) and "Conejo" (rabbit).
  • Kokoro is translated to Corazón (Heart).
  • Iceburg is called Iceberg.


  • East Blue, West Blue, North Blue and South Blue are translated to Spanish. They are called Mar del Este, Mar del Oeste, Mar del Norte y Mar del Sur, respectively (Mar is the Spanish for Sea).
  • The All Blue is called Gran Índigo (Great Indigo).
  • Cocoyasi Village is changed to Villa Coconut.
  • Drum Island is changed to Isla Yembé.
  • Alabasta is called Arabasta.
  • Alubarna is called Albarna.
  • Goat Island is translated: Isla de la Cabra.
  • Mock Town is translated to La Ciudad de la Mofa, however, one time it was also called "Mock Town, La Ciudad de la Mofa".

Devil FruitsEdit

Gomu Gomu no Mi Fruta Goma Goma/Elastizante Gum Gum Fruit or Elasticizing Fruit
Bara Bara no Mi Fruta Reconstructora Reconstructive Fruit
Sube Sube no Mi Fruta de la Belleza Fruit of Beauty
Moku Moku no Mi Fruta Fumígera Smoke Fruit
Hiso Hiso no Mi Fruta del Instinto Fruit of Instinct
Kama Kama no Mi Fruta Tajadera Chopping Fruit
Kilo Kilo no Mi Fruta Gravitatoria Gravitational Fruit
Bomu Bomu no Mi Fruta Deflagradora Igniter Fruit
Doru Doru no Mi Fruta Candelera Fruit Limelight
Baku Baku no Mi Fruta Omnivorante Omnivorous Fruit
Hito Hito no Mi Fruta Hominizante Humanifying Fruit
Mane Mane no Mi Fruta Copiadora Copier Fruit
Mera Mera no Mi Fruta Flamígera Flaming Fruit
Hana Hana no Mi Fruta Germinativa/Extremizante Germination Fruit or Tips Fruit
Suna Suna no Mi Fruta Arenera Sand Fruit
Mogu Mogu no Mi Fruta Excavadora Excavator Fruit
Supa Supa no Mi Fruta Tajadera Chopping Fruit
Toge Toge no Mi Fruta Punzonante Needle Fruit
Ori Ori no Mi Fruta Carcelera Jailer Fruit
Bane Bane no Mi Fruta Saltarina Jumping Fruit
Uma Uma no Mi Fruta Centaura Centaur Fruit
Goro Goro no Mi Fruta Deificante Deifying Fruit
Noro Noro no Mi Fruta Retardante Retardant Fruit
Doa Doa no Mi Fruta Accésica Fruit of Access
Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard Fruta Felinizante: Modelo Leopardo Felinizying Fruit: Model Leopard

Other name changesEdit

  • The Devil Fruits are changed to Nueces de Belcebú (Beelzebub nuts), but sometimes are also called Frutas del Demonio (Demon Fruits).
  • Belly are called Doblones (Spanish for Doubloons).
  • Baroque Works is changed to Banda Baroque (Baroque Gang).
  • The Den Den Mushi is called Caracolófono [A mix of Caracol (Snail) and Teléfono (Phone)].
  • The Rumble Balls are called Píldoras Reactivas (Reactive Pills).
  • The Clima Tact is called Ataque Climático (Climatic Attack).
  • In Episode 151, the World Government is called "Gobierno Central" (Central Government). Since it's not ever mentioned again, it's unknown if that name will keep in future episodes of the dub.
  • Shanks' epithet is El Rojo (The Red one) instead of Red-Haired.
  • Davy Back Fight is translated as "Lucha o vuelve con Davy" (Fight or Come Back with Davy).
  • Galley-La Company is called "La-Galley" (not "the Galley", but "La-Galley").
  • Will of the D. is called Voluntad Indómita (Indomitable Will).

Translation ErrorsEdit

  • Sometimes during the Alabasta saga, the Grand Line was called Gran Índigo. However, this was the name they gave to the All Blue, causing it to create confusion. This happens again during the G-8 Arc. Shortly after it aired, Jaime Roca himself said he thought Gran Índigo was the land between Loguetown and Reverse Mountain.
  • In the Warship Island arc, Nelson Royale is said to be an admiral, but he is a commodore.
  • Chopper's voice actor had several vocal registers: one high for his Brain Point and other deeper for most of his other transformations. The problem is that since Episode 122 and Episode 131, both voices mix sometimes, resulting on a Brain Point Chopper with deep voice.
  • In Episode 192 Enel says his fruit is "Rogia" type instead of "Logia". However, since the term has never been said again, it's still unkown if it's a change of just a mislead.
  • In Episode 209, Capote's Fishman Karate is mistakenly translated as "Kárate Pescador", what in English would mean "Fisherman Karate".


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  • Most text was translated into Spanish in episodes 1-102. In the rest of the episodes, only three things are translated: the Episode Title, the "To be continued" screen, and the Next Episode Preview title
  • Blood was erased from characters in episodes 1-102.
  • Usopp's name was changed to Usuff and became an Iberian Muslim that said "Allah" frequently. However him mentioning Allah has been disappearing as the series progressed.
  • Zeff has Russian accent.
  • Pearl has Italian accent.
  • Brannew has French accent.
  • Baroque Works members, Gan Fall, Mihawk and Usopp (only as Sogeking) talk in Old Castilian, and Shandora citizens talk in an Indian-like dialect.
  • Alabasta citizens have an Arabian accent except a few, like Vivi and Igaram (presumably because they appeared quite before the episodes got to Alabasta).
  • Laffitte has French accent.
  • When a Den-Den Mushi is being used, the voice that sounds is the snail's one, so it does not matter who uses it, it'll be always sound the same robotic-like voice.
  • In Episode 85, the scene where Hiluluk is shown naked is censored, showing a close-up of his face instead.
  • In Episode 120, the Tsumegeri Guards "aument the presion of the water inside their bodies" instead of "drinking the Hero Water". This may be due to a bad translation.
  • Carue (Calú) has his own spanish voice actor: Leopoldo Ballesteros, who also is the voice actor of Shanks.
  • Most of the animals have their own spanish voice actors too, like Stronger, which are usually played by Jaime Roca, director of the dubbing.
  • Marley Brothers have Italian accent.

Openings and EndingsEdit

As with most dubs, openings retain the original Japanese clips and background music, but the lyrics are translated. The lyrics are very close to the original, with some exceptions and errors (bolded below). Echo effects within the lyrics will be in unbolded brackets.

Most of the openings have been dubbed into Castillan (Spanish), new eposides are currently airing in Canal TV3.

1st Opening Lyrics (Sung by Carlos Lázaro)
Spanish Lyrics English Translation
¡Ah, el oro, la fama, el poder! Oh, the gold, the fame, the power!
Todo lo tuvo el hombre que en su día se autoproclamó el Rey de los Piratas: Gold Roger. All this was obtained by the man that in his day auto-proclaimed himself the "King of the Pirates" : Gold Roger.
Mas sus últimas palabras no fueron muy afortunadas. However his last words were not so fortunate. 
"¿Mi tesoro? Lo dejé todo allí, buscadlo si queréis. " My treasure? I left it all there, search for it if you want. "
¡Ojalá se le atragante al rufián que lo encuentre!" " I hope that the rogue (ruffian) who finds it, chokes to death! "
Y todos los lobos de los siete mares zarparon rumbo a Grand Line. And, all the pirates (wolfs) of the Seven Seas, sailed towards the Grand Line. 
¡Y así comenzó la Gran Batida! And so the Grand Search began!

Vente conmigo, vámonos ya, esto va comenzar.

(Hey and Ah echo throughout.)

Come with me, let's go now, this is going to start.

¡Súbete a bordo, vámonos ya, lo vamos a encontrar! 

(Ah echos throughout.)

Get on board, let's go now, we are going to find it!



Preparémonos, para un mundo sin igual. Let's prepare ourselves for a world like no other.
...lleno de peligros que nos acecharán (acecharán).  ...full of dangers that lurk us (lurk us).
Si tenemos precaución y nos fijamos al mirar. If we are cautious and carefully observe...
Con un buen mapa, ya verás, la leyenda se hará verdad... With a good map, you'll see, that the legend will become true...

Y el deseo que sentimos nos empujará.

(Soundeffects for Zoro and Sanji are present.)

And the desire that we feel, will motivate (push) us.

Con humor y valentía hasta el final.

(Soundeffects for Usopp and Nami are present.)

With humour and courage 'till the end.

¡Y olvidar lo que hay detrás!

(Soundeffect for Luffy is present.)

And forgetting what lies behind!

Vente conmigo, vámonos ya, esto va comenzar.

(Hey and Ah echo throughout.)

Come with me, let's go now, this is going to start.

Súbete a bordo, vámonos ya, lo vamos a encontrar.

(Ah echos throughout.)

Get on board, let's go now, we are going to find it!
Y con un poco de suerte... And with a bit of luck...

...Y nuestra amistad. 

(Song by both Female and Male singers.)

...And our friendship

Todos a bordo, todos a bordo, listos...

(Ooo echoes throughout.)

Everbody on board, everybody on board, ready...



2nd Opening Lyrics (Sung by Diana Torres, Nami's voice actress)
Spanish Lyrics English Translation
Y con la firme intención de cumplir sus destinos, zarparon rumbo a su largo viaje.
Y sin permitir que nadie consiguiera disuadirles de abandonar su hazaña, partieron en busca de su sueño.

And with the strong intention offulfilling their destinies, they set sail for their long journey.

And without letting anyone disuade them from abandoning their deed, they set off for their dream.

Sólo creo en lo que puedo ver I only believe in what I can see
El camino que ahora se abre ante mí The path that now opens before me
No me importa lo que ellos dirán I do not care about what they will say
Por mi parte yo pienso continuar As for me, I want to continue
Y voy a explorar And I'm going to explore
El mundo que hay ante mí The world which is before me
Con la fuerza y la pasión que tú With the strength and the passion you
Me ayudes a sentir ¡Wuo wuo! Are helping me feel Woo Woo!
Hasta el final llegaré, lo voy a perseguir I will arrive at the end, I'm gonna chase it
Mi sueño se hará verdad y estarás tú My dream will come true and you'll be there
No hay nada imposible, créeme There is nothing impossible, believe me
Si lo persigues... If you chase it...
¡Ya! Now!
Hasta el final llegaré, lo voy a perseguir I will arrive at the end, I'm gonna chase it
Mi sueño se hará verdad y estarás tú My dream will come true and you'll be there
No hay nada imposible, créeme There is nothing impossible, believe me
Si lo persigues... If you chase it...
Hasta el final llegaré, lo voy a perseguir I will arrive at the end, I'm gonna chase it
Mi sueño se hará verdad y estarás tú My dream will come true and you'll be there
No hay nada imposible, créeme There is nothing impossible, believe me
Si lo persigues... If you chase it...
¡Ya! Now!
3rd Opening Lyrics (Sung by Carlos Lázaro)
Spanish Lyrics English Translation

En este vasto mundo, navegáis en pos de un sueño surcando el ancho mar que se extiende frente a vosotros.

El puerto de destino es el mañana, cada día más incierto.

¡Encontrad el camino, cumplid vuestros sueños!

¡Estáis todos en el mismo barco, y vuestra bandera es la libertad!

In this vast world, you sail in search of a dream, crossing the wide sea spreading before you.

The destiny harbor is tomorrow, more uncertain each day.

Find the way, fulfill your dreams!

You're all in the same ship*, and your flag is freedom!

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, ¡Yeah! Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!
No digas que ya no podré mirar atrás Don't say that I will not be able to look behind
Y encontrar tu nombre sobre el mar And find your name above the sea
No me digas que yo puedo estar sin ti Don't say that I can be without you
Tu cálido recuerdo me perseguirá Your warm memory will chase me
Andando en mi camino Walking in my way
Sé que algún día yo lo encontraré I know that some day I will find it.
Voy buscando entre las olas, I'm searching between the waves
Tanto tiempo es nada, ya lo sé (viento sobre el mar) So much time is nothing, I know (wind above the sea)
Esculpiendo una mirada, Sculpting a look,
Hoy tu rostro alegre yo veré (viento en libertad) I will see your happy face today (wind in freedom)
En la penumbra y en la luz In the semidarkness and in the light
En el error y en el saber In the mistake and in the knowledge
En cada rumbo que marque mi destino In each course my destiny marks
Estoy contigo y te acompañaré I'm with you and I'll go with you
No digas que ya no podré mirar atrás Don't say that I will not be able to look behind
Y encontrar tu nombre sobre el mar And find your name above the sea
No me digas que yo puedo estar sin ti Don't say that I can be without you
Tu cálido recuerdo me perseguirá Your warm memory will chase me
Andando en mi camino Walking in my way
Sé que algún día yo lo encontraré...

I know that some day I will find it...

  • The expression "estar en el mismo barco" means, literally, "to be on the same ship", but it's real meaning is "to be in the same side" like in a war. In this song, though, it has both meanings at the same time.

4th Opening (Sung by Diana Torres, Nami's voice actress)

5th Opening (Sung by Diana Torres, Nami's voice actress)

Most of the Endings were dubbed into Spanish, however endings 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 were only partially aired and endings 3 did not air at all. There is no explantion for this bizarre occurance. At Boing Channel's broadcast, the endings are not airing, so presumably ending 13 and futher aren't and will not be dubbed. However, in new airings of the Water 7 Saga, the ending is present when the episode is viewed through Boing's website: it's Ending 15, left in Japanese, with only the credits being changed to Spanish and to display the Spanish cast.

DVD/Blu-ray releases Edit

# Movie DVD cover Blu-ray cover
10 One Piece Film: Strong World One Piece Film Strong World DVD Spain One Piece Film Strong World blu-ray Spain
11 One Piece Film: Z One Piece Film Z DVD Spain One Piece Film Z blu-ray Spain

Video GamesEdit

One Piece Unlimited Cruise 1 Spanish Logo

Spanish logo for the video game One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 1: The Treasure Beneath the Waves

Unlimited Cruise 2 Spanish Logo

Spanish logo for the videogame One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 2: The Awakening of a Hero

Some of the video games got PAL releases and were released in Spain. These were:

The translation for Unlimited Cruise 1 and 2 is more faithful than the dub and manga ones, as all attacks and names are left intact or get a literal translation.)

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