Episode #1061 of A piece coming soon, and fans of the anime based on Eiichiro Oda’s best-selling manga of all time will be able to watch it on simulcast as usual. The current installment of One Piece is Part 13, Wano Kuni, and it’s fast approaching fan-favorite moments in the manga story.
What time is One Piece Episode #1061 released?
Episode #1061 of One Piece will air on Crunchyroll. One Piece: Wano Kuni is available in the original language (Japanese) with subtitles. The English dub version is only available at Funimation (but when the two companies merge, it may appear on Crunchyroll in the future). Episode #1061, “The Strike of an Ifrit! Sanji vs. Queen”, will release on Sunday, May 7 in Japan, airing at 9:30 a.m. JST (Japan Standard Time). Crunchyroll will air it one hour and thirty minutes after Japan, which is Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time, 9:00 p.m. Central Time, and 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Fans in the UK will be able to watch the episode at 3:00am (Sunday) UK Summer Time. Crunchyroll subscribers will have access to the episode as soon as it becomes available. An English dub version will be available on Funimation later.
What happened in episode #1060 of One Piece?
In episode #1060, Zoro realizes the connection between his new sword Enma, the village of Shimotsuki (where he was born) and the country of Wano. This led to Zoro finally being able to control Enma and her Haki-absorbing power, something he needed to do if he was to defeat King, Kaido’s second-in-command and the strongest opponent a swordsman could ever have. The Straw Hats faced each other. Through a flashback, fans learned more about Zoro’s past and his childhood encounter with a mysterious old man in his village who was actually Wano’s legendary swordsmith, Shimotsuki Kotsaburo.
In episode #1061 of One Piece, Sanji will use his strongest attack against the Queen
Episode #1061 will leave Zoro and King to focus on the parallel battle between Sanji and Queen. After wearing the Raid Suit three times, Sanji awakened the body changes of Germa that were dormant in his genes. Sanji is using these amazing new abilities in his fight against the Queen, who has also modified her own body to a large extent. The episode’s title, “The Strike of an Ifrit!”, mentions that Sanji will use his strongest technique, Ifrit Jambe, combining his Germa ability with other powers to wrap his legs. his into the most destructive fire.
One Piece fans are well aware that the upcoming episodes of the anime will be some of the best ever, showing the end of both Sanji and Zoro’s battle and the much-awaited premiere. Luffy’s long-awaited Gear Fifth. This is definitely the best possible time to watch the One Piece anime, so fans shouldn’t miss episode #1061 when it releases on Saturday, May 6.