As has become typical of long-running youth-oriented anime, One Piece has gone through a long succession of theme songs, performed by popular artists, since its debut on television. Though performed by popular singers and bands, most seem to be written specifically for the show, as nearly all of them reference treasure, the sea, or ships in some way. As of October 2011, there have been 15 opening themes, 18 regular ending themes, and a number of film- and special endings as well. Soundtrack CDs released in Japan also include a large number of "image songs" based on the series, performed either by cast members in character, or by theme song artists. 4Kids' dub of the series has stripped the opening and ending music of all episodes in favor of a "more catchy, kid-friendly" version. This "One Piece Rap" (as it is infamously known) keeps the music basically the same throughout each of the episodes (with one or two edits here and there with each new member of the crew). During the show, there has also been recognizable music play in the background (like Dvorak's New World Symphony, Schubert's Ave Maria and Beethoven's Ode to Joy).



# Title Original Artist English Artist Episodes

We Are!

Hiroshi Kitadani Vic Mignogna 1-47
02 Believe Folder 5 Meredith McCoy 48-115
03 Hikari e The Babystars Vic Mignogna 116-168
04 BON VOYAGE! Bon-Bon Blanco Brina Palencia 169-206
05 Kokoro No Chizu BOYSTYLE 207-263
06 Brand New World D-51 264-278
07 We Are! (Straw Hat Pirates Version) Cast of the Straw Hat Pirates 279-283
08 Crazy Rainbow Tackey and Tsubasa 284-325
09 Jungle P 5050 326-372
10 We Are! (Remix) TVXQ 373-394
11 Share the World! TVXQ 395-425
12 Kaze Wo Sagashite Yaguchi Mari and Straw Hats 426-458

One Day

14 Fight Together Namie Amuro 493-516
15 We Go! Hiroshi Kitadani 517-


  1. "One Piece Rap" (4Kids)
    • Version 1: (Episodes 1-29)
    • Version 2: (Episodes 30-59) (inclusion of Sanji and Usopp in the lyrics)
    • Version 3: (Episodes 60-104) (inclusion of Chopper in the lyrics)


Since Episode 279, Toei has stopped animating the ending themes in order to make room for longer Openings.

# Title Original Artist English Artist Episodes
01 memories Maki Otsuki Brina Palencia 1-30
02 RUN! RUN! RUN! Maki Otsuki Caitlin Glass 31-63
03 Watashi ga Iru Yo TOMATO CUBE Leah Clark 64-73
04 Shōchi no suke Suitei Shojo Stephanie Young 74-81
05 BEFORE DAWN AI-SACHI Carli Mosier 82-94
06 fish The Kaleidoscope Leah Clark 95-106
07 GLORY -Kimi ga Iru Kara- Takako Uehara Caitlin Glass 107-118
08 Shining ray Janne da Arc Justin Houston

119-127 129-132

09 Free will Ruppina Kristine Sa 133-156
10 FAITH Ruppina Caitlin Glass 157-168
11 A to Z ZZ Vic Mignogna 169-181
12 Tsuki to Taiyō Shela Stephanie Young 182-195
13 Dreamship Aiko Ikuta Jessi James 196-206
14 Mirai Kōkai Tackey & Tsubasa 207-230
15 Eternal Pose Asia Engineer 231-245
16 Dear friends TRIPLANE 246-255
17 Asu wa Kuru Kara TVXQ 256-263
18 Adventure World Delicatessen 264-278

Special Ending:

A special ending was used for certain select anime special TV Specials.

"Family" by the Straw Hat Pirates

  • (Episode 128, TV Special #2, TV Special #3 , TV Special #4)

Original Movie SoundtracksSunting


Compilations and AlbumsSunting

  • Character Song Album 1
  • Character Song Album 2
  • Character Song Carnival
  • Pirate Vivi's Great Adventures
  • One Piece - Best Album
  • One Piece - Best Album 2
  • One Piece - Best Songs Collection
  • One Piece - Brook Special CD - Brook to Mugiwara no ichimi no ongakukai
  • One Piece - Christmas - Chopper Santa CD
  • One Piece - Music and Song Collection 1
  • One Piece - Music and Song Collection 2
  • One Piece - Music and Song Collection 3
  • One Piece - Music and Song Collection 4
  • One Piece - Song Collection
  • One Piece - Super Best Disc 1
  • One Piece - Super Best Disc 2
  • One Piece Memorial Best


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