The Ultimate One Piece Filler List Anime Guide? One Piece is one of the longest-running anime on the air right now, based on a manga that is just as long and nowhere near finishing up yet. The anime started in 1999 and the series has almost 1000 episodes as of writing this post.
What is One Piece?
As a child, Monkey D. Luffy dreamed of becoming the King of the Pirates. But his life changed when he accidentally gained the power to stretch like rubber…at the cost of never being able to swim again! Now Luffy, with the help of a motley collection of nakama, is setting off in search of “One Piece,” said to be the greatest treasure in the world…
One Piece is a long-running shounen anime and is one of the most favourite anime and manga series among fans. And with many successful years comes filler episodes so this guide will help you decide how you want to watch these episodes for new and existing fans of the series who personally might hate fillers coming between them and an exciting arc.
With that said, let’s have a look at the One Piece filler list guide!
One Piece Filler Episodes List
Only Fillers: Episode 54-61, 98-99, 101-102, 131-143, 196-206, 220-226, 279-283, 291-292, 303, 317-319, 326-336, 382-384, 406-407, 426-429, 457-458, 492, 542, 575-578, 590, 626-628, 747-750, 775, 780-782, 807, 881, 895-896 and episode 907.
Canon Mixed with Fillers: Episode 1, 34, 46-47, 68-69, 96-97, 100, 227, 354, 421, 425, 488-489, 510, 520, 536, 551, 574, 625, 633, 653, 657, 679, 690, 731, 751, 771, 777-778, 783, 787-789, 793, 798-803, 810, 816, 820-822, 825-826, 830, 835, 838-839, 841-842, 846, 849-850, 853, 855, 859, 863, 868, 872-873, 878-879, 882-885, 887-890, 898, 902, 910, 912, 914-915, 917, 924, and episode 934.
One Piece Fillers Worth Watching List! (ultimate anime guide)
Apis Arc (Episodes 54–61)
Also known as The Warship Island Arc and with a total of 8 episodes. It takes place after the East Blue Saga and before the Straw Hat Pirates go into the Grand Line. Luffy and his crew help a little girl named Apis and her Dragon friend Ryu, to fly again and saved them from marines.
Post-Alabasta Arc (Episodes 131-135)
The Post-Alabasta Arc has 5 episodes and occurs immediately after the Alabasta Arc. Each episode is a standalone story featuring a different member of the Straw Hat crew each episode apart from Luffy and Nico Robin. Each episode looks at each member’s goal and past.
Goat Island Arc (Episode 136-138)
The Goat Island Arc is 3 episodes long and happens right after the Post-Alabasta Arc. The Straw Hat Crew comes across an island inhabited by an old man and his goats while hiding from Marine ships. They play various games with the old man, losing and winning back their belongings from him.
Rainbow Mist arc (Episodes 139-143)
The Rainbow Mist arc is 5 episodes long and begins with Luffy and the rest of the Going Merry crew being chased by Marines. Ending up on Ruluka island, where an old pirate turned dictator is placing heavy taxes on the citizens to help to construct the Rainbow Tower.
G-8 Arc (Episode 196–206)
The G-8 Arc comes after the Sky Island Saga and is 11 episodes long. After the Straw Hat crew return from Sky land instead of returning back to the sea, they land in a heavily fortified Marine base. From here their story begins to reclaim their ship and escape.
Ocean Dream Arc (Episode 220–224)
The Ocean’s Dream Arc is 5 episodes and is based on the One Piece Playstation video game of the same name. Everyone on the ship, except for Robin, loses their memory, there is a fight between Luffy and Zoro and a mysterious boy is responsible for it all.
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Foxy’s Return Arc (Episode 225–226)
This filler is 1 episode long and sees Foxy, Porche and Hamburg return aboard the Going Merry till they find their ship.
Ice Hunter Arc (Episode 326-335)
The Ice Hunter Arc is a 10 episode filler that takes place on Ice Island. The Accino Family are a family of bounty hunters, who want to collect the bounties on the Straw Hat pirates heads and have set a trap to capture them.
Spa Island Arc (Episode 382-384)
The Spa Island Arc is 3 episodes long and sees the Straw Hat crew help two sisters finish their father’s research. There is also a lot of spa fan service in this episode because what anime is truly complete without one.
Little East Blue Arc (Episode 426-429)
The Little East Blue Arc is a 4 episode arc meant to tie into the One Piece Film: Strong World. The Straw Hat crew reach an island that is pretty much a replica of East Blue, where many of them are from and help stop the evil Largo and Amigo Pirates ambitious plans.
Z’s Ambition Arc (Episode 575-578)
Z’s Ambition Arc is a 4 episode arc that occurs after the time skip and is a prologue to the film, One Piece Film: Z. Luffy and his crew are in the New World, where they help the daughter of an innocent man free her father from Vice-admiral Momomga.
Ceasar Retrieval Arc (Episode 626-628)
This arc is 3 episodes long and takes place following the defeat of Caesar Clown and his capture to be used to defeat Doflamigo and Kaido. In this filler arc, a mysterious person kidnaps Caesar and now Luffy and Law try to get him back.
Silver Mine Arc (Episode 747-750)
The Silver Mine Arc is another filler arc with 4 episodes and takes place as a set up for the One Piece Film: Gold. Luffy meets Bartolomeo again when they are kidnapped by the Silver Mine Alliance. Now they must fight their way through the mine to escape.
Marine Rookie Arc (Episode 780-782)
The Marine Rookie Arc takes place before the Cake Island arc and is 3 episodes. After Luffy eats all the food supplies that the Sanji Retrieval Team had and is close to starving, they decide to break into a Marine base to restock their food supply.
Cidre Guild Arc (Episodes 895-896)
Cidre Guild Arc is a 2 episodes filler and is a tie-in to the One Piece: Stampede film. When the Thousand Sunny needs colas to reach Wano, Luffy goes to get some at the Cidre Guild run by a group of bounty hunters. He runs into Boa Hancock on his way there and the two face off against the bounty hunters.
Wano Country Arc (Episode 907)
The Wano Country Arc currently has only 1 filler episode and retells Luffy’s pirate adventure with some changes. Like Luffy being inspired to become a pirate by his grandfather, who is a pirate himself rather than a marine.
Why One Piece Filler Episodes are Worth Watching?
Maybe it’s the completionist in me but I feel you miss out a bit on what One Piece is about when you skip these episodes, it is about the journey. One Piece is an adventure story filled with a lot of action, but it’s also one of the best comedy anime and I think it’s in the fillers that the Straw Hat Pirates really find themselves in really hilarious situations.
The filler episodes are definitely not boring and with One Piece already so far along, does taking time to watch these episodes really make any difference in your catching up to where the series is currently at. Also, the One Piece filler episodes are actually just 10% of the whole series.
So with that, I am done! Hope this helps you, let me know what you think in the comment section below. What’s your experience been with One Piece?
Till next time…Let your Nakama know you Love them!