Pre-Registration for One Piece Day 2023 Event Open

Open Pre-Registration for One Piece Day 2023
Screenshot via One Piece Twitter.

Pre-registrations for the 2023 One Piece Day celebration are already open on the event’s official webpage. Likewise, we know more details about what it will entail this year. This edition will begin with a screening of One Piece Film: Red on the first day, which is July 21, 2023. There will be a special presentation by the series’ cast members the following day on July 22, 2023. The in-person event will be held at the Tokyo Big Sight convention center in Japan.

Check out the official announcement for the pre-registration from the official One Piece Twitter account below.

On the second day, there will be an on-stage event with cast members revealing related news about One Piece. Alongside the show and event, there will also be a special exhibition and a vendor area.

The 2023 One Piece Day will be a hybrid event, with a combination of online and in-person activities. Alongside the movie screening, a special One Piece: Bounty Rush mobile game tournament will be held. The event’s website also mentioned that there will be additional activities and announcements related to the anime and manga that will be disclosed at a later date.

In comparison, the 2022 celebration saw the world premiere of One Piece Film: Red, along with musical performances and a reveal of the Jinbe Statue in Kumamoto. So, it is possible that similar activities may be held for this edition.

It’s worth remembering that this will be a free event with a limited capacity of 600 and 7,000 attendees for the first and second days, respectively. However, you can already apply for free tickets using a Bandai Namco ID on the event’s official site. Registration for the in-person event will end on June 26, 2023.

One Piece Day 2023 will take place on July 21-22, 2023, at the Tokyo Big Sight convention center. Pre-registration for free tickets to the event is now open.

Frank Reyes
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Frank is a staff writer and tokusatsu fan from Colombia. The first game he remembers ever playing is PS1’s 102 Dalmatians. His favorite franchises are Persona/SMT, Harvest Moon, and Final Fantasy. When he's not writing, you'll find him building gunplas, reading manga, or furnishing his house in Eorzea.