One Piece Movie 6: Omatsuri Danshaku to Himitsu no Shima
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
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Alternative Titles

English: One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
Japanese: ワンピース オマツリ男爵と秘密の島

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 5, 2005
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 1 hr. 31 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #10472
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Popularity: #1807
Members: 60,909
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Synopsis

"If you are a pirate among pirates among pirates among pirates, then gather your steadfast crew of friends and set sail for our island." Upon finding an advertisement with these words on it for Omatsuri Island, the only recreational resort on the Grand Line, Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Crew set out for it immediately.

Enticed by the island's casinos, spas, beautiful women, and exquisite cuisine, the crew are eager to relax and enjoy themselves. Much to their disappointment though, they are told upon arrival that they will first have to pass Baron Omatsuri's "Ordeals of Hell." Once they complete this series of challenges, they will be able to enjoy the resort.

However, problems begin to surface the longer they stay on the island. As strange events continue to unfold, the Straw Hat Crew find themselves at odds with one another, disagreeing at every turn. Will the Straw Hat Crew be able to figure out the truth behind Omatsuri Island, or will they fall apart from infighting first?

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Background

Released on March 5, 2005, One Piece Movie 6: Omatsuri Danshaku to Himitsu no Shima is the sixth animated feature film of the One Piece franchise.

Unlike the long running anime series, this movie is drawn in the unique style of its director Mamoru Hosoda. Hosoda is best known for directing films such as Mirai no Mirai, Summer Wars, and Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki among many others.

The movie placed third in Japanese Box Office sales its first week in theaters, falling behind Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean in first and Shark Tale in second. The movie remained in the Top 10 of the Japanese Box Office for a total of 6 weeks.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Hosoda, Mamoru
Director, Storyboard
Oda, Eiichiro
Original Creator
Imaishi, Hiroyuki
Key Animation
Yoshinari, You
Key Animation


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"Yume Miru Goro wo Sugitemo" by Kishidan



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Feb 13, 2009
KawaiiObsessive (All reviews)


Omatsuri Danshaku to Himitsu no Shima (Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island) is the sixth One Piece movie and differs in many aspects to the series in terms of animation, sound and character. I have to say now – if you like One Piece for it’s fighting – look elsewhere, this film is all about adding depth to the emotional bonds of the crew, which is picked upon during major arcs in the series, and how important nakama are to everyone.



Story.
Whilst sailing the Grand Line the Mugiwara pirates come upon a message in a bottle, advertising Omatsuri Island (Festival Island), a pirate paradise. But read more
May 8, 2009
shintai88 (All reviews)
At first when I saw this I was suprised, mainly because the art style was so different, it was anyhting but original one piece style, it was really different, the animators mixed in CG and 2d together into this movie, and I felt they did a brilliant job,.

The story and the setting and even the personality of the characters really help to set in the art style. and it really does help to show how the characters reactions and feelings begin to shift in the story.

The story was weird at first, but it almost immediately begins to make sense.

the action in this movie was decent read more
Feb 20, 2015
bimbambusse (All reviews)
Hungry for some One Piece with a little twist? Look no further, because here it is.

On one hand I quite liked the story. The Strawhats, as always, are out on an adventure. It is wacky, funny with some slapstick and the good old jokes.
On the other hand the story is different from the usual One Piece we know, this is both good and bad as the story becomes interesting, but I will try to write them in a list.

Good points:
- You do not know what exactly to expect to happen, so the plot twist is more satisfying
- The usual deal about a bad guy read more
Feb 25, 2016
One (All reviews)
Please read further at your own risk since this review contains SPOILERS.
Also. my memory’s a bit hazy since watched this movie a little over 2 weeks ago, so please correct me if I’m mistaken in any part.

At the time of writing this review, I have not watched the top 2 rated One Piece Movies (One Piece Strong World and Film Z). Hence I’ll claim this movie to be my favorite movie amongst the One Piece movies so far because others have their eyes on adventure as the main theme, which for me is average. When I first saw the cover of this movie on MAL, read more

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