One Piece Filler List

Most accurate One Piece Filler List to skip according to One Piece expert contributors of the manga and series!

Looking for a list of One Piece fillers? You’ve come to the right place! In this guide, we will provide you with a comprehensive list of all the One Piece filler & canon episodes from every arc.

The story of One Piece is centered around a young pirate named Monkey D. Luffy who dreams of becoming the King of the Pirates. One day, he eats a Devil Fruit which gives him the power to stretch like rubber. This power makes him unable to swim, but he is determined to find the legendary treasure, One Piece, and become the King of the Pirates. Along the way, he meets many friends and enemies, and together they go on many adventures.

List of filler episodes

Note: This article does not mention the special episodes that are broadcast from time to time. They are broadcast on special occasions, such as Christmas and New Year, or because they are meant to promote the latest movie. The plots are also often not set in the real One Piece world, but in the old Grand Jipangu. The special episodes are therefore listed here in our website, even if they are strictly speaking fillers.

Canon episodes

Screenshot from One Piece Episode 1

Before we go in-depth for each separate arcs, the canon episodes of “One Piece” are Episode(s): 1-49, 52-55, 61-97, 100, 103-135, 144-195, 207-212, 217-219, 226-290, 293-302, 304-316, 320-325, 337-381, 385-405, 408-425, 430-491, 493-496, 500-505, 507-541, 543-574, 579-589, 591-625, 629-747, 751-774, 783-894, 897-906, 908 up to 1045!

The above episode numbers are taken directly from the manga and are all written by the One Piece author. The anime has adapted these episodes into its own continuity, so there are some differences between the two versions. For example, in the manga, the Straw Hats visit Sky Island before going to Water 7, while in the anime they visit Sky Island after Water 7.

Skip these episodes

You can skip these filler episodes without losing anything from the storyline: 50-51, 56-60, 98-99, 101-102, 131-135, 136-143, 196-206, 213-216, 220-225, 291-292, 303, 317-319, 326-336, 382-384, 406-407, 426-429, 492, 497-499, 506, 542, 575-578, 590, 626-628, 748-750, 775, 780-782, 895-896, 907, 1029-1030.

Nothing what is in the manga will be missed, as the episodes are part of small arcs that are not written by the original author. We have excluded half filler episodes from the above list, because they contain important canon storyline which you wouldn’t want to miss, more information about these episodes are explained below.

One Piece Filler Arcs

Filler ArcEpisodes
Warship Island54-61¹
Goat Island136-138
Ruluka Island139-143
Ocean’s Dream220-224
Foxy’s Return225-226
Boss Luffy Historical Special291-292; 303
Straw Hats In Water 7317-319²
Ice Hunter326-335
Spa Island382-384
Boss Luffy Historical Special406-407
Little East Blue426-429
Z’s Ambition575-578
Caesar Retrieval626-628
Silver Mine747-750
Marine Rookie780-782
Cidre Guild895-896
Uta’s Past Arc1029-1030

The “One Piece” series is all about Monkey D. Luffy, a young boy who dreams of becoming the King of the Pirates. He and his Straw Hat Pirates travel the world in search of the legendary treasure known as One Piece. Along the way, they make new friends and enemies, and discover the secrets of the Grand Line. The series has been going on for over 20 years, and is still ongoing.

Most asked questions

Why does One Piece contain fillers?

The so-called filler episodes are episodes in the anime that do not exist in the manga. They are always integrated into the series in such a way that they do not interfere with the original storyline.

The One Piece manga series is still ongoing, but the anime series is being produced in parallel. Anime series usually set a faster pace than the manga. This means that several chapters can be implemented in one episode. On top of that, the manga takes breaks from time to time, whether due to double issues or unplanned illnesses that force Eiichiro Oda to take a break. The anime, on the other hand, runs consistently in one piece on a weekly basis in Japan with almost no interruptions, and is done by multiple production teams. It is rarely put on hiatus because the anime is tied to a fixed time slot.

The filler episodes are now included from time to time to give Eiichiro Oda more time to draw the manga. The series tries to keep a minimum distance to the manga chapters. In the later course of the series, however, it was decided to no longer produce large filler arcs. Instead, original storylines of the manga are expanded and stretched. This is possible, among other things, in cases where Eiichiro Oda deals with scenes in the manga off screen that he discards due to lack of space. These gaps are often picked up and filled in the anime.

If the production of the anime were to overtake the manga, Toei animation would have to wait for Eiichiro Oda to finish new manga chapters. But that would interrupt the smooth flow of the anime. In other anime (e.g.: Rurouni Kenshin, InuYasha and Fullmetal Alchemist), the anime’s plot was taken in a different direction – independent of the manga – in this case.

Eiichiro Oda usually has little influence on fillers. Fillers are planned exclusively by the animation studio. However, every now and then Oda creates designs for characters that appear in the filler episodes, for example Don Accino, Shuzo or Daddy Masterson. Consultation is also held with Oda to see if he will save any devil fruits devised by the anime team for the manga and if they can be used in fillers. For some fillers, Oda has more influence because they are based on plots he himself wanted to incorporate into the manga. However, due to lack of time and space, these parts were omitted. This was the case, for example, with the Loguetown filler featuring Daddy Masterson (episode 50) or Sabo‘s backstory (episodes 737 – 738).


Among connoisseurs of the manga series, the filler episodes enjoy low popularity. Some details of the filler episodes contradict what happens in the original storyline (see Mistakes in Filler Episodes) and add nothing to the main plot. Also, some of the characters behave differently. In terms of content, the filler episodes are not as much about drama as the original storyline is. If anything, the filler episodes provide cömidial performances to provide some diverting enjoyment.

Another serious circumstance is that the pace in the anime slowed down a lot in later arcs. The manga paused more frequently in recent years and the anime became more and more distressed to keep the minimum distance to the manga. However, it is not clearly known why only small filler arcs are still used to increase the distance. Instead, scenes in the anime are expanded and stretched out to fill the episodes. The episode-to-chapter ratio has been completely reversed in this way. For example: the Arabasta Arc took up 62 chapters in the manga, but in the anime the chapters were covered in 33 episodes (excluding filler episodes). The Dress Rosa Arc, on the other hand, has a total length of 101 chapters in the manga, while in the anime it became 118 episodes.

Below we will dive deep into most asked questions related to One Piece fillers and answer them one by one.

Are One Piece fillers worth watching?

One of the most funniest filler scene’s (from G8 Arc)

If you are a One Piece fan, why not!!! You need to understand that a majority of One Piece anime viewers is also reading the manga chapters. So they are always way ahead of the anime series. So we can imagine that hardcore fans want to stay to the “real” story, instead of “waiting” time on made up fluff animation.

Example of Fillers that are fun to watch: Episodes 54-55

Are any One Piece fillers good?

However, some fillers are really enjoyable, it is refreshing to just watch the characters in a different way in a completely different story than the manga. Most fillers contain funny parts and the producers can add things that the author would never dare to include.

Can you skip One Piece fillers?

If you’re a fan of One Piece, then you know that the anime sometimes features fillers. Fillers are episodes that don’t advance the plotline of the story, and are often used to give the manga time to catch up.

Some fans choose to skip these episodes, while others watch them out of curiosity or boredom. So, should you skip One Piece fillers? Skip if you care more about sticking to the manga, watch if you just want to watch it all, there are no rules!

Which arcs can you skip in One Piece?

You can skip arcs in One Piece, but it is not recommended as you will miss out on important information and character development. The Straw Hat Crew goes through a lot of changes and you will want to be there for all of it.

However, if you must skip an arc, the ones you can afford to miss are usually the filler arcs. These arcs are not essential to the plot and are often used to give the characters a break or to introduce new characters.

Why does One Piece have so much filler?

There are a few reasons for this. One is that the author, Eiichiro Oda, takes a lot of time off between writing arcs. This leaves the anime studio with not much to work with, so they have to come up with their own filler material.

Additionally, the One Piece anime is very popular, so the studio wants to stretch out the material to keep viewers interested and to avoid ending the series. Finally, One Piece is a very long manga series, and the anime is trying to catch up to the manga. So, they need to fill in the gaps with filler material.

How can you watch One Piece fast?

You can watch One Piece fast by following a few simple steps. First, find a reliable source that offers high-quality episodes. Next, create a schedule and stick to it. Finally, watch the episodes in order and avoid skipping any. By following these steps, you can easily marathon One Piece and catch up on the story.

Are One Piece movies canon or filler?

The answer to this question is complicated and largely depends on how you define “canon” and “filler. In general, the movies are not considered part of the “canon” story, but they are still considered “canonical” in the sense that they are based on the original story and characters.

The movies are also generally considered to be “filler” in the sense that they are not essential to the overall story. However, there are some exceptions to this rule, and some of the movies are considered to be more important to the story than others.

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