You can now have a 'One Piece' wedding in Japan

By grape Japan

Wedding halls in Japan have been allowing for some creative ceremonies in the past several years, with official "Final Fantasy XIV" and Hello Kitty wedding ceremonies as just a couple of examples of series-themed wedding plans that have been made available (that's not even mentioning Sailor Moon wedding dress and Poke Ball ring boxes).

So it was only a matter of time before wedding and reception producer Escrit gave attention to fans of long-running mega hit anime and manga "One Piece "who are looking to tie the knot. Fans in Japan can now book their own "One Piece" wedding with the company's new One Piece Bridal Fair.


The concept of the One Piece Wedding Plan is to celebrate a couple's passage through the Grand Line of life, and the package comes with an official One Piece-themed marriage certificate with original illustrations, registry board, and free commemorative photos with life-size "One Piece" characters.



Of course, there is also a meal course inspired by Strawhat chef Sanji, as well as table decoration with illustrations from the series and a flavored tea take-home gift for guests.






The One Piece Wedding Plan is set to be available in 33 venues in the Tokyo metropolitan area, as well as in the Tohoku, Hokuriku, Tokai, Kansai, Chugoku, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa regions as well. Those interested can set sail and make a reservation at Escrit's official planning page.

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Not a fan of One Piece but it's very nice..

Only in Japan !!!..

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Very Nice, but little tooo late for me, LOL

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