ONE PIECE: The HUNGRY DAYS commercials underline the solidity of the leading actors

From May 2019 to February 2020, Nisshin Foods Ramen published a series of themed commercials ONE PIECE entitled "HUNGRY DAYS". These ads show our gang of pirates in a modern version and as if they were part of a school manga.

It's almost surreal to see lots of characters from ONE PIECE and some scenes that were presented in a school context. I study wave (Madoka Magica) not only took care of the great animations, but also took care of giving our darlings a complete makeover and transforming them like they were part of a school anime!

There are also quotes in these commercials that help us understand how much love has gone into every single frame. One of those quotes is when they are seen Luffy and Usopp are bruisedsit at the counter and avoid looking at each other. This scene specifically relates to her fight during Water 7.

Another exciting scene is when we see Robin alone on the platform. The scene gives us a great sense of loneliness, the same loneliness that Robin feels in the original manga. All the excitement of Enie's lobby arc returns, a clear indication of when Robin was a CP9 hostage at the Tower of Justice. Everything about this scene is reminiscent of that moment from ONE PIECE, even though it's in a completely different place, and manages to clearly communicate Robin's emotions.

Being able to convey the same emotions as the main work in commercials disrupting the setting makes us think they are on solid ground. The main characters, the characters that have penetrated our hearts, the crew of the Straw Hat Pirates It's built so well that it's arousing in any sauce suggested!

As we approach chapter 1000 of ONE PIECE, the refractory in chapter 993 of ONE PIECE reveals people's feelings. What do you think of these Nisshin Foods ramen commercials?

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