Is One Piece On Netflix? How To Watch In Australia In 2022

is one piece on netflix

Are you not being able to watch one piece on Netflix Australia? So was I, a little while ago until I found a hack, and here I will show how Australians can stream One Piece from Tomorrow Studios on Netflix from Australia.

One Piece is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, one of the lead writers in the anime industry. Since July 1997, it has been serialised in Shueisha’s shonen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. Individual chapters have been collected into 100 Tankōbon volumes as of September 2021.

Moreover, various episodes of the popular anime One Piece arrived on Netflix on 1st March 2022. Even though more episodes of Eiichiro Oda’s manga series are on the way, they will still be quite limited.

One Piece is the first animated feature film of the franchise, starring Mayumi Tanaka as Monkey D. Luffy, Kazuya Nakai as Roronoa Zoro, and Akemi Okamura as the other cast members.

You only need two things to watch one piece on Netflix:

  1. A VPN service that supports streaming.
  2. The right region in which one piece is available.

 

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How to Watch One Piece on Netflix in Australia?

  1. Signup for a VPN service (we recommend ExpressVPN for smooth streaming).
  2. Select ‘Japan’ from the list of countries (We chose the Tokyo server for Netflix Japan).
  3. Log in to Netflix, search for One Piece, and start watching in Australia.

Why Do You Need a VPN to Watch Netflix One Piece from Australia?

VPN stands for a virtual private network whose primary purpose is to encrypt the IP so the user’s online activities cannot be traced.

Netflix determines the location of the viewer with the local IP address and shows you content available in your region, i.e. Australia.

VPN lets you alter your IP by changing the country; hence Netflix unblocks all the content of that particular region for you in Australia.

Why Are All Episodes of One Piece Not Available on Netflix Australia?

one piece on Netflix: live action adaptation with alternate version

This is not just the case for One Piece; this is how Netflix distributes content regionally. Different regions have different demands, so the studios apply copyright by country. For example, if you want to watch Harry Potter in Australia, you need a VPN to unblock Harry Potter on Netflix.

One piece is the Japanese manga series; therefore, in Japan, its demand is supposed to be higher than the rest of the world including Australia. Studios understand this pretty well, so they charge more from Netflix to show a specific title in some other countries.

That is the reason Netflix has country-specific titles. Also, did you know that there are all Harry Potter movies streaming on Netflix, yes, it is also geo-restricted for Australia except for Turkey.


Which Country Has One Piece Movies on Netflix?

The One Piece movies are only available on Japanese Netflix. However, anyone can watch it by using a VPN.

14 One Piece movies have been released so far, of which 13 movies are available on Japanese Netflix.

The 11th One Piece Movie 3D: Mugiwara Cheisu/Straw Hat pictures, Grand Line Episodes, and Chase is not available in any country on Netflix.

List of One Piece Movies Available on Netflix Japan

One Piece The Movie

  • One Piece: The Movie
  • Piece Final Chapter 2 Trello
  • Clockwork Island Adventure
  • Chopper’s Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals
  • Dead End Adventure
  • The Cursed Holy Sword
  • Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
  • Giant Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle
  • The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta
  • The episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Sakura
  • One Piece: Strong World
  • One Piece Film: Z
  • One Piece Film: Gold
  • One Piece: Stampede
  • Straw Hat Pirates
  • Pirate King
  • Next Pirate King
  • One Piece Netflix Adaptation
  • Play Monkey Anime Adaptation
  • Story Arcs Anime Series
  • Pacific Rim
  • Piece Pirate Crew
  • Dragon Ball
  • Joe Boy/Young Boy
  • Toei Animation from Same Studio

How Many Episodes of the One Piece Series are on Netflix?

Netflix has 929 Episodes from 31 seasons in the region of Japan. You can watch all 808 episodes on Japanese Netflix in Australia by using a VPN.

one piece japan series on netflix

One Piece series is also available in various other countries on Netflix, including.

  • America, Canada, Australia: 130 – 312 Episodes
  • Mexico, Brazil: 1-61 Episodes

If you are residing in Australia, you can watch limited One Piece episodes on Netflix without using a VPN.

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FAQs:

Most numbers of One Piece’s episodes available on Netflix are in Japan, that is 929 Episodes. One Piece series has 1,011 episodes and counting.

Yes, One-Piece Stampede is available on Japanese Netflix.

Neither the One Piece series nor the One Piece movies are available on Netflix Singapore.

Netflix Australia has only 4 seasons of the popular manga series, One Piece. However, the 37-season worth series is fully available on Japanese Netflix.

Netflix didn’t get the global rights to air One Piece. Other streaming channels already brought rights to stream One Piece in their own specific countries.

One Piece movies are available to watch on Japanese Netflix. If you want to access it from anywhere else in the world, you can do it using a VPN.

You cannot watch One Piece on Netflix as it’s a Japanese manga series, with high demand in Japan than in other countries, including Australia. Studios know this quite well and charge more from Netflix to show a specific title. This is why Netflix has region-specific titles.


Wrapping Up:

I hope you understand how to watch One Piece on Netflix in Australia by unblocking the Japanese region, although you can unblock Japanese Netflix via multiple VPNs, including Surfshark and PureVPN.  However, for safe and smooth streaming of Japanese Netflix, I would recommend using ExpressVPN.

Ellison Shirley
Ellison Shirley

Ellison Shirley tends to go down the rabbit hole when it comes to research; hence it’s up to her to present the latest happenings in streaming town. And so she does. A serial binge-watcher, opinionated with a pinch of feminism on top, you name it, she’s a bit of everything.

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