All the One Piece Arcs in Order

One Piece is widely regarded as one of the best anime and manga series. Not only is the anime still airing after decades, the manga too is far from putting an end to the story of Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates. Being called the best-selling manga of all time, many people have said that One Piece is the best adventure story they have ever read. One Piece offers everything a Shonen anime fan could desire, from huge worldbuilding to intense combat. One Piece includes a plethora of episodes, specials, and even movies filled with exactly that. So yeah, if you are planning to watch One Piece and want to know how to watch the anime in the correct order, we have got you covered. Read on to learn about all the arcs of One Piece and begin your pirate journey.

One Piece Anime Arcs List (2022)

We have created a complete guide to help you watch One Piece in the best-intended order. We have listed all the major canon arcs in order, including the filler arcs in One Piece, the movie releases, and even TV specials, in the correct order. So let’s not waste time and have a look at the One Piece Arcs list in order.

Note: Anything apart from the canon story, i.e. the extras such as fillers, movies, and more, are marked as Movie, Filler Arcs, and so in the headings below for your reference.

What is the Story of One Piece?

All One Piece Arcs in Order (A Complete Guide)

One Piece chronicles the story of Monkey D. Luffy, who puts together a pirate crew in an effort to acquire the fabled “One Piece” treasure and become the next pirate king. The former pirate king Gold Roger left behind this treasure. The plot begins in a world populated by pirates and develops into something more exquisite and unpredictable.

One Piece’s tale is broken up into major sagas, each of which has its own sub-sagas. The sub-sagas include a collection of arcs. These arcs are divided on the basis of the islands Luffy and his crew visit. When they touch down on a new island, the arc begins. And when they depart for another location, the current arc ends and marks the start of the new arc.

How to Watch One Piece in the Correct Order?

We have listed all the arcs in the rightful order, along with the fillers, movies, TV specials, and special episodes. You can start watching the One Piece anime in the order we have mentioned below:

Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga

Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga is the title of the first half of One Piece. It’s divided into six sagas and has several arcs, spanning 516 episodes. They are as follows:

East Blue Saga 

The first One Piece saga is called the East Blue Saga. Given that it takes place in this East Blue sea, it is called East Blue Saga. Following are the arcs that make up the East Blue Saga:

Romance Dawn Arc

  • Episodes: 1-3
  • Manga Chapters: 1-7

Orange Town Arc

  • Episodes: 4-8
  • Manga Chapters: 8-21

Syrup Village Arc

  • Episodes: 9-18
  • Manga Chapters: 22-41

One Piece: The Movie (2000) – Movie 1

  • Runtime: 51 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.6/7.1

Baratie Arc

  • Episodes: 19-30
  • Manga Chapters: 42-68

Arlong Park Arc

  • Episodes: 31-44
  • Manga Chapters: 69-95

Loguetown Arc

  • Episodes: 45, 48-53
  • Manga Chapters: 96-100

Buggy’s Crew Adventure Chronicles

  • Episodes: 46,47
  • Manga Chapters: 35-75 (Serial Covers)

Warship Island Arc (FILLER ARC)

One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure (2001) – Movie 2

  • Runtime: 60 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.7/7.1

Arabasta Saga

The Arabasta Saga derives its name from the nation that the Straw Hat visits and where most of the drama occurs. This is the second saga in the show. The Arabasta Saga is divided into the following arcs:

Reverse Mountain Arc

  • Episodes: 62 & 63
  • Manga Chapters: 101-105

Whisky Peak Arc

  • Episodes: 64-67
  • Manga Chapters: 106-114

Koby and Helmeppo Arc

  • Episodes: 68 & 69
  • Manga Chapters: 83-119 (Serial Covers)

Little Garden Arc

  • Episodes: 70-77
  • Manga Chapters: 115-129

Drum Island Arc

  • Episodes: 78-91
  • Manga Chapters: 130-154

Arabasta Arc

  • Episodes: 92-130
  • Manga Chapters: 155-217

Chopper’s Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals (2002) – Movie 3

  • Runtime: 1 hour 1 minute
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.3/6.9

Post-Alabasta Arc (FILLER ARC)

Sky Island Saga

The Skypiea (floating island), which is the setting for most of the action, gives rise to the name of the Sky Island Saga. It is the third saga in the show. There are various arcs that make up the Sky Island Saga, including:

Goat Island Arc (FILLER ARC)

Ruluka Island Arc (FILLER ARC)

Jaya Arc

  • Episodes: 144-152
  • Manga Chapters: 218-236

Skypiea Arc

  • Episodes: 153-195
  • Manga Chapters: 237-302

One Piece The Movie: Dead End Adventure (2003) – Movie 4

  • Runtime: 1 hour 35 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.2/7.5

One Piece: The Cursed Holy Sword (2004) – Movie 5

  • Runtime: 1 hour 35 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.6/7.1


Episode of Sky Island (TV Special)

  • It is a recap episode of the Sky Island saga, which released in 2019

Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (2005) – Movie 6

  • Runtime: 1 hour 31 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.2/7.7

Mega Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle (2006) – Movie 7

  • Runtime: 1 hour 34 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.5/7.2

Water 7 Saga

The Venice-like paradise Water 7 island that the Straw Hat reaches after Skypiea is the inspiration for the name of the Water 7 Saga. This is the anime show’s fourth saga, and it is divided into the following arcs:

Long Ring Long Land Arc

  • Episodes: 207-219
  • Manga Chapters: 303-321

Ocean’s Dream Arc (FILLER ARC)

Foxy’s Return Arc (FILLER ARC)

Water 7 Arc

  • Episodes: 229-263
  • Manga Chapters: 322-374

Enies Lobby Arc

  • Episodes: 264-290, 293-302, 304-312
  • Manga Chapters: 375-430

One Piece The Movie: Episode of Arabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates (2007) – Movie 8

  • Runtime: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.8/7.32

Boss Luffy Historical Special (Special Episodes)

  • Episodes: 291,292,303,406,407

Post-Enies Lobby Arc

  • Episodes: 313-325
  • Manga Chapters: 431-441

Thriller Bark Saga

The spooky Thriller Bark island that Luffy and his friends explore after Water 7 island inspired the name Thriller Bark. It is the fifth saga of the show. The following arcs make up this saga:

Ice Hunter Arc (FILLER ARC)

One Piece: Episode of Chopper Plus – Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Sakura (2008) – Movie 9

  • Runtime: 1 hour 53 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.0/7.5

Thriller Bark Arc

  • Episodes: 337-381
  • Manga Chapters: 442-489

One Piece Film: Strong World (2009) – Movie 10

  • Runtime: 1 hour 55 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.5/8.1

One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase (2011) – Movie 11

  • Runtime: 30 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.6/7.0

Spa Island Arc (FILLER ARC)

Summit War Saga

The sixth and last saga of One Piece’s first half is called Summit War Saga. It is called so because of the grand conflict that occurs in the anime series. The arcs in this saga are as follows:

Sabaody Archipelago Arc

  • Episodes: 385-405
  • Manga Chapters: 490-513

Amazon Lily Arc

  • Episodes: 408-417
  • Manga Chapters: 514-524

Straw Hat’s Separation Serial

  • Episodes:418-421, 453-456
  • Manga Chapters: 543-560 (Serial Covers)

Impel Down Arc

  • Episodes: 422-425, 430-452
  • Manga Chapters: 525-549

Little East Blue Arc (FILLER ARC)

Marineford Arc

  • Episodes: 457-489
  • Manga Chapters: 550-580

Post-War Arc

  • Episodes: 490-491, 493-516
  • Manga Chapters: 581-597

Toriko Crossover (Special Episode)

The Final Sea: The New World Saga

The Final Sea: The New World Saga is the title of the second half of One Piece. It now features five sagas and countless arcs (like the first half), but the story is ongoing. We will be updating this section regularly to keep you up-to-date with the latest arcs in the One Piece TV anime.

Fish-Man Island Saga

The Fish-Man Location Saga is named after the undersea island initially visited by the Straw Hats in the second part of One Piece. It is the seventh saga of the show. This saga’s arcs are as follows:

Return to Sabaody Arc

  • Episodes: 517-522
  • Manga Chapters: 598-602

Fish-Man Island Arc

  • Episodes: 523-541, 543-574
  • Manga Chapters: 603-653

Toriko Crossover (Special Episode)

Dressrosa Saga

The Dressrosa Saga was the longest saga before the Wano Country Saga. It is named after the Dressrosa island that the Straw Hat Pirates visit after the Fish-man island. This is the eighth saga of the show and is split into the following arcs:

Z’s Ambition Arc (FILLER ARC)

One Piece Film: Z (2012)- Movie 12

  • Runtime: 1 hour 48 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.8/8.2

Punk Hazard Arc

  • Episodes: 579-589, 591-625
  • Manga Chapters: 654-699

Toriko & Dragon Ball Crossover (Special Episode)

Caesar Retrieval Arc (FILLER ARC)

Dressrosa Arc

  • Episodes: 629-746
  • Manga Chapters: 700-801

3D2Y: Overcome Ace’s Death! Luffy’s Vow to his Friends (TV Special)

  • Watch it after episode 658

Episode of Sabo: Bond of Three Brothers – A Miraculous Reunion and an Inherited Will (TV Special)

  • Watch it after episode 705

Adventure of Nebulandia (TV Special)

  • Watch it after episode 722

Whole Cake Island Saga

The Whole Cake Island, also known as Yonko Saga, is named after the Whole Cake Island that the Straw Hats visit after Dressrosa island in the series. This is the ninth saga and is divided into the following arcs:

Silver Mine Arc (FILLER ARC)

Heart Of Gold (TV Special)

  • Watch it after episode 749

One Piece Film: Gold (2016) – Movie 13

  • Runtime: 2 hours
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.2/7.9

Zou Arc

  • Episodes: 751-779
  • Manga Chapters: 802-824

Marine Rookie Arc (FILLER ARC)

Whole Cake Island Arc

  • Episodes: 783-877
  • Manga Chapters: 825-902

Reverie/Levely Arc

  • Episodes: 878-889
  • Manga Chapters: 903-908

One Piece: Stampede (2019) – Movie 14

  • Runtime: 1 hour 41 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 7.5/8.2

Wano Country Saga

The Wano Country Saga is officially the longest saga of One Piece after beating the Dressrosa Saga. This is the tenth saga of the show and takes place in the Wano country. This saga is split into the following arcs:

Wano Country Arc

  • Episodes: 890-894, 897-906, 908-1028, 1031-ongoing
  • Manga Chapters: 909-1057

Cidre Guild Arc (FILLER ARC)

Anime 20th Anniversary Special Romance Dawn (Special Episode)

Uta’s Past (FILLER ARC)

One Piece: Film – Red (2022) – Movie 15

  • Runtime: 1 hour 55 minutes
  • IMDB/MAL: 6.5/8.0

Final Saga

The latest and eleventh saga of One Piece is the Final Saga. The manga is currently ongoing, and the anime is yet to adapt this saga for TV release. The arcs of this saga are as follows:

Egghead Island Arc

  • Episodes: TBD
  • Manga Chapters: 1058-ongoing

Where Can You Watch One Piece?

You can start watching the One Piece anime on any one of the following anime streaming platforms, but do check the regional availability. Crunchyroll hosts One Piece for several countries, including the US, but the catalog is missing in Asian countries like India.

  • Crunchyroll
  • Netflix
  • Funimation
  • Hulu

Note: You should know that, so far only Crunchyroll has the complete list of One Piece episodes and they simulcast all the latest episodes when they air in Japan. The other mentioned platforms have only a few seasons and are still updating their library.

Frequently Asked Questions

What arc is after Wano?

After the long Wano arc, we are headed into the Final Saga of One Piece. Currently, it features the Egghead Island arc right after the Wano arc.

Which arc is Zoro’s?

Zoro’s past is covered in the Romance Dawn arc, which is the first arc in the One Piece anime series. The Romance Dawn arc spans across 3 episodes, and it is where Zoro joins Luffy pirate crew.

What is the longest story arc in One Piece?

Currently, the Wano country arc is the longest story arc in One Piece. It includes about 148 chapters and has crossed 110+ episodes in the anime. FYI, the Wano country arc is still ongoing in anime, so there are a lot more episodes to be added to the list.

The Right Order to Watch One Piece

So yeah, if you have been looking for the correct order to watch the One Piece anime, we hope our list covering the story arcs order was able to help you out. We have made the list according to the latest information available to us. We will keep updating this list regularly to enable fans to keep track of the show. With that said, if you have already started watching the series, check out our in-depth explainers on Haki in One Piece and devil fruits and their types. In the meantime, let us know which is your favorite arc in One Piece in the comments below.

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