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This article covers the different foods and beverages found within the series.


Fruits & VegetablesEdit

Devil FruitEdit

Main article: Devil Fruit

Devil Fruit (悪魔の実 Akuma no Mi?) is a mystical fruit that is said to be enchanted by the sea devils themselves. They are very rare, and can sell for over Beli100,000,000 each. Each is said to taste unimaginably disgusting, but eating it can grant a special power at the cost of no longer being able to swim.


Nami with tangerines

A young Nami with a tangerine.

Tangerines, or oranges (sometimes "Mikan" (蜜柑(みかん) Mikan?) as the fruit is called in Japanese), is fruit that Bell-mère grows, she has a tangerine grove in her yard. Bell-mère always liked to cook something from tangerines (also other foods behind Tangerines). Before she died, she was cooking tangerine sauce. After Bell-mère died, it became Nami's memento of Bell-mère. When Nami went on a voyage with Luffy, she took the tangerine trees with her.

Tangerines are often used as a symbol for Nami. Her tattoo is a combination of a tangerine and a pinwheel, in the 7th movie she wears a collar band with a tangerine and in Movie 10 she leaves an envelope sealed by a tangerine emblem.

Tangerines sauce is an orange sauce that is made of tangerines. Bell-mère was cooking it for dinner, along with a duck and rice.

Tangerine TreesEdit

When Nami departed her village, she brought with her three tangerine trees onto the Straw Hat Pirates' ship, first on the Going Merry then later on the Thousand Sunny. They provide the crew with Vitamin C as well as some decor for the ship.

Nami does not want anyone eating the Tangerines from the tree, aside from Nami taking care of them, Sanji also protects these three trees from those who might otherwise harm them or steal the fruit, like Luffy. During Water 7 Arc, when the crew abandoned the ship, Nami took the trees and moved them to the hotel storage house. After the Enies Lobby Raid, Nami thought all of the crew's belongings and her tangerine trees were washed away by the Aqua Laguna, going into a deep depression as a result. In reality, the locals seized them (and the rest of the Straw Hats' belongings) and kept them for themselves, on the belief that they were responsible for the assassination attempt against Iceburg, but when they learn the truth, they returned the belongings, including the tangerine trees, and Nami happily hugged them.

Together with Robin's flower garden, the chimney for the kitchen below, and the office branch for Usopp's Factory they now reside in a little area on top of the kitchen and dining hall of the Thousand Sunny that mimics the area on top of the Going Merry.


Doc Q's apples

A basket of apples.

Apples have appeared several times in the series. Notably, Doc Q handed them out at random in Mock Town, having laced some of them with explosives as a "test" of luck for anyone who accepted them. Luffy took one and immediately devoured it, but fortunately, his apple was not a rigged one.[1]

An apple also served as the "host" for the Sara Sara no Mi, Model: Axolotl, after the Devil fruit's previous user, Smiley, had perished.[2]




Conache (コナッシュ Konasshu?) are a type of fruit that can be found in Skypiea. They are square, blue-green in color, and it cannot be eaten. Only the juice is consumed. They first appeared in Chapter 239 and Episode 154.


Pumpkins are a plump, orange fruit. While pumpkins are grown on the Blue Sea, they can also be found in Skypiea.

Before Montblanc Noland, there were no pumpkins in Skypiea, but in 1122 AOS Noland visited Jaya and brought pumpkins to the Shandia Tribe.[3] When the Knock Up Stream sent the part of Jaya which later became the Upper Yard to Skypiea, the Skypieans drove the Shandia tribes away from their homeland and found pumpkins there and started growing them themselves. Four hundred years later pumpkins became a popular food in Skypiea. Gan Fall loves them, owns a pumpkin patch, and would always say that he loves the smell of pumpkins.



Meat ( Niku?), in its broadest definition, is animal tissue used as food. It is Monkey D. Luffy's favorite food. Meat also acts as something much more than simply a type of food Luffy likes to eat. When Luffy is either tired or exhausted, he simply eats some meat. In no time, he will be full of energy and ready to fight.

Sky SeafoodEdit

Sky Seafood is the Skypieans' favorite type of food. Luffy ate it and loved it. It first appeared in Chapter 240 and Episode 154.


Attack CuisineEdit

Attack Cuisine (攻めの料理 Seme no Ryōri?) is a special kind of food only found in the Kamabakka Kingdom. According to Sanji, the cuisine emanates a powerful aura and flavor to the one consuming it. It is said by Ivankov that it builds up the physical side of the human body; he even vouches for it as the reason why the inhabitants of the Kamabakka Kingdom have fit and powerful physiques. While "Attack Cuisine" is not denied to outsiders, and is in fact freely offered, only the people who have gone through the "Bride Training" and have become users of the Newkama Kenpo are told the 99 vital recipes of the Attack Cuisine though exceptions may occur. Ivankov gave Sanji a challenge to earn the recipes. The challenge was to defeat the 99 Newkama Kenpo masters who are in possession of the 99 recipes while avoiding becoming an Okama. Sanji accepted the challenge and eventually conquered it.

As of yet, only one of the 99 recipes has been revealed in detail.

  • Hormone Soup with Sea Pork (海ブタ肉入りホルモンスープ Umibuta-niku iri Horumon Sūpu?): A large pot of soup made with pork intestines (offal). It is able to rejuvenate the consumers energy and strength. Known as Sea Pork Offal Soup in the Funimation subs.[4]

Volcano CookingEdit

Volcano Cooking (火山料理 Kazan Ryouri?) is a particular type of dish cooked in magma's heat, made by Panz Fry.

  • Sea Animal Churrasco (海獣シュラスコ Kaijuu Shurasuko?):
  • Thousand People Paella (千人パエリア Sen-nin Paeria?):

Oikawa CafeteriaEdit

  • Dress Shrimp Paella (ドレスエビのパエリア Doresuebi no Paeria?)
  • Rose Squid Squid Ink Pasta (ローズイカのイカスミパスタ Roozu-ika no Ikasumi Pasuta?)
  • Fairy Pumpkin Gazpacho (妖精のパンプキン入りガスパチョ?)


Mizu Mizu FoodsEdit

Several types of food are specific to Water 7. All their names start with "Mizu Mizu".

  • Mizu Mizu Manju (水水饅頭 Mizu Mizu Manjū?, literally meaning "Water Water Bun"): first appeared in Chapter 325 and Episode 231.
  • Mizu Mizu Chinese Cabbage (水水ハクサイ Mizu Mizu Hakusai?, literally meaning "Water Water Chinese Cabbage"): first appeared in Chapter 326 and Episode 231.
  • Mizu Mizu Meat (水水肉 Mizu Mizu Niku?, literally meaning "Water Water Meat"). Humans and Yagara Bulls love this type of meat. First appeared in Chapter 324 and Episode 230.
  • Mizu Mizu Candy (水水飴 Mizu Mizu Ame?, literally meaning "Water Water Candy"). first appeared in Episode 317.


Rika holding onigiri

Rika holding an onigiri.

Onigiri (おにぎり Onigiri?), also known as "Omusubi", is a Japanese (short grain) rice ball snack most commonly formed into triangle or oval shapes and wrapped in seaweed (nori). Traditionally, the onigiri is filled with pickled ume fruit (umeboshi), salted salmon (sake), katsuobushi or any other salty or sour ingredient. If a person pours vinegar on the cooked rice for onigiri, it is transformed into the basis of sushi, a different kind of food. In practice, however, either pickled filling or vinegar is used for preservation of the rice. Since the onigiri is one of the most famed and popular snacks in Japan, most convenience stores in Japan stock onigiri in many popular flavors. Specialized shops, called Onigiri-ya, offer handmade rice balls for take out.

Onigiri is a common snack in the series. In addition, Roronoa Zoro's main attack, Oni Giri (Demon Slash), is a pun on this food, as well as being one of his favorite food. Sanjuan Wolf's head is shaped like an onigiri. In the 4Kids dub onigiris were often paint edited to cookies and other American food. They first appeared in Chapter 3 and Episode 2.


Hatchan, Camie and Pappug Working Together

Hatchan, Keimi and Pappug make some Takoyaki.

Takoyaki, or octopus fritters are a food first mentioned in Hatchan's Sea Floor Stroll where the ultimate recipe is sought out by Hatchan and Keimi. They then open up Takoyaki 8, their takoyaki bar, and end up serving the Straw Hats when they are on Sabaody Archipelago.



Leo holding Tatababasco sauce disguised as a grape.

Tatababasco (タタババスコ Tatababasko?) was based on Tabasco sauce[citation needed], and is a spice made by the Tontatta dwarves.[5]

It is strong enough to make some of them faint, and was planned to be used to knock out Sugar of the Donquixote Pirates.[5] However, she discovered the ploy and forced the grape down Usopp's throat instead. Though not used as planned, it did force Usopp into making a horrifying visage of pain and anguish — with his eyeballs and tongue rolling and twisting, a combination of blood, drool, mucus, and tears all over his face, and flames shooting out of his mouth — which scared Sugar into unconsciousness.[6]

Rumble Ball CandyEdit

Rumble Ball Candy (ランブルボールキャンディ Ranburu Bōru Kyandi?) is a type of candy that resembles a Rumble Ball that Chopper gets the urge to eat when transforming. It was revealed in SBS Volume 66 when Oda was asked why Chopper ate a Rumble Ball despite claiming not to need it outside of using Monster Point.



Alcohol ( Saké?) are types of beverages that can impair the drinker. It should be noted that the word "sake" is used often in the One Piece series to refer to alcohol in general due to that being how the Japanese language works. However, as English has adopted "sake" into its lexicon to refer to nihonshu, it is actually a mistranslation to refer to all alcohol in the series as "sake", because in English, "sake" refers exclusively to "nihonshu", while often it is another form of alcohol being discussed.

In the series, rum and other alcoholic beverages are prevalent throughout the series. In the real world, water was impossible to take on long journeys as improperly stored water goes stale within days and leads to water poisoning and other diseases. Alcoholic drinks were seen as a cheap alternative as they did not turn stale like water and can last for much longer (in many cases years) as well as a cheap leisure pursuit and social drink. Oda himself continued this tradition with his own story and even provided explanation for why certain drinks were linked to pirates in one SBS. One of the more prominent cases is the song Binks' Sake which is a typical pirate song about delivering alcohol. The first reference to drinking alcohol came from Shanks in Chapter 1 (anime Episode 4) and Higuma's incident at Partys Bar in Luffy's hometown.[7]

In the 4Kids English dub, any references to alcohol were altered to "juice", in line with their toning down of the anime for a younger audience. The uncut FUNimation dub, however, keeps all references to alcohol intact.




Rum (ラム Ramu?) is a strong alcoholic drink that has been historically linked with pirates and sailors. It is distilled from sugar cane and thus was abundant in the heavily pirated Caribbean. Rum in particular was one of the cheapest alcoholic drinks for purchase and was bought by the barrel.

Rum was also the official drink of the British Navy; this was originally brandy, but was later changed to rum simply because it was cheaper.

Usopp threw a bottle of rum at Chew and shattered it with a pachinko shot, and then launched an incendiary bullet to set the fishman ablaze.[8]

Silvers Rayleigh always carries a flask of rum with him, and drinks often from it, whether when he was in slave captivity[9] or watching Whitebeard die onscreen.[10]

Nihonshu (Sake)Edit

Nihonshu (日本酒 Nihonshu?) is a particular type of traditional Japanese wine brewed from rice. However, English lexicon has, over time, adopted the Japanese word sake to refer exclusively to "nihonshu". Nihonshu is easily distinguished from other types of alcohol by the traditional white bottle and traditional method of drinking it, sipping it from small dishes, rather than from mugs, bottles, or cups.

Whitebeard and Roger

Whitebeard drinks traditional nihonshu with Gol D. Roger. Notice the traditional round bottle on the right and drinking it from dishes.

Sake is seen being imbibed at several points during the series, but is rarely named as such. The first time it is definitively seen being drunk is during Shanks time in Partys Bar. It should also be noted that Gaimon's home-made alcohol he and Buggy shared during Buggy's mini-story arc appears to be "sake" as they drink it from dish-shaped holders rather than full-on cups.[11] The last drink that Whitebeard and Roger had with each other was sake.[12] Vasco Shot carries a calabash gourd of sake with him at all times,[13] earning him the nickname "Heavy Drinker".

Shanks, who has traveled the world, thinks his hometown in West Blue makes the best "sake" in the world.



A bottle of Jerez.

Jerez is Zephyr's favorite make of alcohol. Kuzan gave him a bottle of it, which Zephyr later drank just before his final fight with Luffy. It is sold in 0.75L bottles and produced in Sherry. This is a pun on sherry, a wine produced in the city of Jerez de la Frontera in Spain.

Hero WaterEdit

Hero Water (豪水 Gōsui?, Fatal Fuel in the Viz Manga and FUNimation subs and Fatal Elexir in FUNimation dub) is a liquid that gives anyone who drinks it temporary superhuman strength. However, whoever drinks it dies five minutes later. Those who drink the Hero Water can easily be recognized by seeing strange markings on their arms (veins). It was used by the Tsumegeri Guards of Alabasta in Chapter 196 and Episode 120.[14]


Cola (コーラ Kōra?) is a type of beverage, presumably identical to real life cola, which is a sweet carbonated drink, usually with caramel coloring and containing caffeine.

People usually drink cola while watching special events or something along those lines. Sanji, for example, was complaining about the price of cola during the final event of the Davy Back Fight.[15]

Franky Showing Fridge

Bottles of cola stored within Franky's stomach compartment.

Cola is also an essential source of energy for the Straw Hat crew member, Franky. As a cyborg model "BF-36", Franky is able to store cola in a mini-fridge he has where his stomach would normally be, and he can store up to three bottles (6 liters) of cola.[16] Depending on the amount of cola he has stored, his attacks can be a lot more powerful, and they are weaker when he has less cola; it is unknown if his new model "BF-37" is the same, though he still uses cola as power. The Straw Hats' new ship, the Thousand Sunny, also uses cola for attacks and extreme maneuvers.

Other DrinksEdit

There are other drinks seen or mentioned in the anime such as juice, when Shanks offered Luffy a glass of juice (orange or apple etc.) in Episode 4 at Partys Bar. Other drinks include tea and coffee as Brook has been seen drinking tea. Also when tea is used to power Franky, he becomes a gentleman. During Episode 195 when the Straw Hats crew were returning to the blue sea, Sanji said he was going to make some coffee and he needs milk in order to make tea and coffee.[17][18]

See alsoEdit


  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 24 Chapter 223 and Episode 146, Doc Q meets Luffy for the first time.
  2. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 68 Chapter 676 (p. 8) and Episode 602, the Sara Sara no Mi, Model: Axolotl reborn amongst apples after Smiley's death.
  3. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 41 Chapter 390 and Episode 188, Noland introduces pumpkins to the Shandia for the first time.
  4. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 696 and Episode 622, Sanji cooks food from one of the recipes.
  5. 5.0 5.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 74 Chapter 737 and Episode 669.
  6. One Piece Manga — Vol. 74 Chapter 742, Usopp suffers the pain of eating the Tatababasco, which scared Sugar senseless.
  7. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 1 and Episode 4, alcohol is introduced into the series.
  8. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 10 Chapter 87 and Episode 40, Usopp combines a bottle of rum with incendiary to set Chew on fire.
  9. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 501 and Episode 395, Rayleigh drinking from his flask while in a cage.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 577 and Episode 486, Rayleigh drinking from his flask while watching Whitebeard die.
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 47 and Episode 46, Gaimon and Buggy sharing sake.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 576 and Episode 485, Roger and Newgate drinking sake before Roger's death.
  13. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 575 and Episode 484, Vasco Shot drinking heavily from his gourd.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 196 (p. 7) and Episode 120, Hero Water mentioned when the Tsumegeri Guards exhibit symptoms of having drank it.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 33 Chapter 313 and Episode 216, Sanji complains about the cola being too expensive.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 36 Chapter 339 and Episode 240, Franky reveals his refrigerator of cola supply.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 439 and Episode 324, the Thousand Sunny escapes Garp with Coup de Burst.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 495 and Episode 389, Chicken Voyage and the Gaon Cannon are first seen being used.

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