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AWARDS

1. Fly Up Boy (1991)


2. Wanted! (1992)
3. God’s Gift for the Future (1993)
4. Ikki Yako (1994)
5. Monsters (1994)
6. Romance Dawn, Version 1 (1996)
7. Romance Dawn, Version 2 (1996)
8. One Piece (1997 – Current)

Manga:
1. Finalist for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize of 2000;
2. Highest number of fan nominations for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural in the 2000;
3. Finalist for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize of 2001;
4. Highest number of fan nominations for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural in the 2001;
5. Finalist for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize of 2002;
6. 7 Categories in Yearly Comic Award by the Frankfurt Book Fair, The Frankfurt
Rundschau, Spiegel Online and Comicforum at the Fair’s Comic Centre 2005;
7. Sold 100.000.000 Collected Tankōbon Volumes in February 2005;
8. List of Best-selling Comics at Publisher Weekly for April – May 2007;
9. Best Manga Every Year Since 2008;
10. Volume 60 was the 1st Book to Sell Over 3.000.000 Copies 2008;
11. Volume 60 was the 1st Book to Sell Over 2.000.000 Copies in its Opening Week on
Oricron Book Rankings 2008;
12. Top 25 Manga Properties Fall 2008 for the North America, Which is Complied by
Interviews with Retailers and Distibutors, Listed in ICV2;
13. The most interesting manga voted by Japanese Teenagers, poll by Oricron in 2008;
14. Volume 56 had the Highest Initial Print Run of Any Manga 2009 with 2.850.000
Copies;
15. Nomination: Favorite Manga Series in Nickelodeon Magazine Comics Awards 2009;
16. Top 200 Manga for the Week December 7-13, 2009 by Oricron All 56 Volumes due to
Promotions for the One Piece Film: Strong World;
17. 2nd Place on Their Top 25 Manga Properties Q3 2010 List;
18. Volume 57 had the Highest First Print for Any Book of Any Subject in Japan 2010 with
3.000.000 Copies;
19. Sold Over 200.000.000 Collected Tankōbon Volumes in February 2011;
20. Up Until February 2012, One Piece had grossed at least ¥112 (Yen), 126.800.000.
($1.404.220.00) in Manga Tankōbon Series Revenue;
21. Volume 67 had the Highest Initial Print Run of Any Manga 2012 with 4.050.000
Copies;
22. 41st Winner of Japan Cartoonist Association Award Grand Prize 2012;
23. 3rd Top Manga in Da Vinci Magazine 2013, Voted by 4.619 Professional Book
Reviewers, Bookstore Employees and Da Vinci Readers;
24. Guinness World Record “The Most Copies Published for the Same Comic Book Series
by a Single Author” until May 2018. Sold 320.866.000 copies in circulating worldwide
of December 2014 in 15 June 2015.
25. Best-selling Manga for 10th Consecutive year in 2017;
26. Guinness World Record “The Most Copies Published for the Same Comic Book Series
by a Single Author” until May 2018. Sold 440.000.000 copies in circulating worldwide;
27. Volume 90 Sold 1.427.550 in September 3-9, 2018;
28. International Manga Category for German Translation in Sondermann Audience Award
of its 44th Volume;
29. Numerous Times on the New York Times Manga Best Seller List;
30. Nielsen BookScan’s Top 20 Lists of Graphic Novels;
31. 15th Place by Diamond Comic Distributors Analysis of Information Providing;

Anime:
1. One Piece 1st Opening “We Are!”, Winner Animation Kobe Theme Song Award 2000.
Category Anime Television Series;
2. 9th Place Anime Television Series in Japan February 2001;
3. 5th Place of the Readers’ Picks for the Anime That Should be Remembered in the 21st
Century. Voted by Animage Readers (Popular Japanese Anime Magazine) 2001;
4. 16th Best New Anime of the Year 2001. Voted by Animage Readers 2002;
5. 16th Place Favorite Anime Series Category 2004;
6. 6th Most Popular Animated TV Series. Web Poll by Japanese Television Network TV
Asahi 2005;
7. 4th Place Among Teenagers Asahi TV Broadcast Based on Nationwide Survey;
8. 32nd Position Election of the Top 100 Japanese Anime by TV Asahi and 21st Position
by its Viewers 2006;
9. 5th Nomination of the Annual TV DVD Awards, Funimation’s 1st DVD Release of the
Series “One Piece: Season One First Voyage”.

Namie Amuro:
1. Started at Age 14;
2. Debuted in 1992;
3. Member of the Idol Group Super Monkey’s;
4. The Group Name Change into Namie Amuro with Super Monkey’s After the Success
of Namie Amuro;
5. 1st 2 Solo Singles Were Hits;
6. 3rd Single “Don’t Wanna Cry” Establish 19 Years Old One of Japan’s Brightest Stars
of the 1990’s;
7. 19 Blues Best-selling Album in Japanese Music History;
8. “Can You Celebrate?” Biggest Selling Single from a Japanese Female Recording Artist,
Selling 2.750.000 Copies;
9. Latest Album Finally Release November 8, 2017 Sold Over 2.250.000 Copies;
10. Biggest-selling Artists in Japanese Music History, Selling 38.000.000 Copies;
11. Last Tour and Last Sing September 28, 2018.
12. Resign After 25 Years in Music World.