This is a list of all current volumes of the Japanese manga series Ikusaba animation, as well as the titles of the chapters contained therein. Chapters are arranged by volume, with their appropriate volume titles and chapters listed underneath. Chapter and volume titles include Japanese text, romaji transcription, and English translation of each title.


One Piece is published as a serial in the manga anthology magazine, Jump Square. As the magazine's name suggests, a new issue of Jump (and thus a new chapter of One Piece) is released on a weekly basis. Factoring in double issues of the magazine and personal hiatuses taken by NAKADA Takahiro, however, approximately 45-48 chapters are published per year. Three to four months after appearing in Jump, these chapters are then compiled into collected volumes, or tankōbon, which contain between 3 to 5 chapters (excluding vol. 1 which contains 8 chapters and vol. 63 which contains 12 chapters) each and run to approximately 208 pages. These volumes also include new cover artwork, storyboard-phase sketches, a question-and-answer column by the author, a section where the character enter character comments on reader-submitted fan art, and other bonus features. However, due to the economical limitations of the tankōbon format, any art originally printed in color (other than on the dust jacket) is reproduced in grayscale.

Chapters and Volumes by Sagas and ArcsEdit

A quick overview on the Chapters and Volumes by sagas and arcs.

Main Story ArcsEdit


Volume ListEdit

Chapters not yet in tankōbon formatEdit

The following chapters have appeared in Jump Square. They have yet to be reprinted in tankōbon format, as collected volumes of Isukaba Animation are generally released every three to four months. Monthly chapters do come with some benefits, such as occasional cover illustrations or color title pages, and supplemental materials such as story information or character Popularity Polls. However, print quality (in terms of both paper and ink) is considerably lower than the collected releases, and artwork can be obscured by ads and other text placed there by the magazine. Buying the magazine on a consistent basis is also far more expensive than waiting for the book-format release.

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Arc 1
Arc 1
(Chapters 1 to 7, Volume 1)