Eiichiro Oda is one of the most relevant characters in Japanese comics today, and his contributions as a producer and creative in the animation industry have also garnered many major awards over the years of publication ONE PIECE. The last was the prestigious Shin Watanabe Award.

On March 2, 2023, the Watanabe Foundation for Music and Culture organized the ceremony for the 18th edition of the award that Eiichiro Oda won and paid great attention to for the production of ONE PIECE: RED and his participation in all the crucial phases both before the film's launch in cinemas and throughout the production process Packaging was a quality job which, as the jury itself pointed out, was spread over more than 120 Villages.

Oda said he was honored to receive such a prestigious award, especially for the names of the nominees, other very valid authors and artists who have excelled in the industry. The mangaka himself, as you can read in the post at the bottom of the page, admits that he put time into making ONE PIECE: RED Combination of the best entertainment everthanks in part to the staff who met during the series' 25-year release.

Oda's goal remains creating works capable of transcending time and winning the Shin Watanabe Award, which he, along with his collaborators and peers, bestowed upon him to try to improve myself for the next films. What do you think of this important milestone that Oda has reached? Tell us in the comments.

To conclude, we leave you with our review of ONE PIECE: RED, which will arrive on Amazon Prime Video on March 8, 2023, and we remind you that the director has implemented strategies to avoid spoilers.


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