One Piece Episode 1076 Release Time Today, Preview Images, and Countdown

The latest episode of One Piece was one of this series’s most emotional and heart-hitting episodes. The episode showed harsh flashbacks about the fall of Flower Capital under Orochi and Kaido.

Episode 1076 is also a few hours away from airing today. Here is what you need to know, including the release date, time, preview images, and countdowns.

One Piece Episode 1076 Release Time Today, Preview Images, and Countdown

One Piece Episode 1076 will be released on Saturday, September 16, 2023, or Sunday, September 17, 2023, depending on your time zone.

One Piece Episode 1076 Preview

The official YouTube channel for the One Piece anime adaptation has dropped a preview video for Episode 1076, intriguingly titled “The World That Luffy Wants.”

For those who may not be familiar, Luffy and Kaido have been locked in an intense, drawn-out battle, and we’re now approaching the climax of this fight.

Episode 1076 will follow the last exchange of blows between these two, and we shall get our final winner at the end.

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One Piece Episode 1076 Release Time

In Japan, One Piece episode 1076 is scheduled to air at 9:30 AM Japanese Standard Time on September 17, 2023. For viewers in the United States, the episode will be available at 5:30 PM Pacific Time on Saturday, September 16.

For those watching from other parts of the world, here are the release times for various international time zones:

  • India: 6:00 AM, September 117, 2023
  • Japan: 9:30 AM, September 17, 2023
  • United States: 8:30 PM, September 16, 2023 (Eastern Time)
  • Europe: 2:30 AM, September 17, 2023, in France and Germany
  • Asia: 8:30 AM, September 17, 2023, in the Philippines and Malaysia; 7:30 AM in Indonesia

One Piece Episode 1076 Countdown

The countdown for Episode 1075 is as follows

Episode 1076

Episode 1075 Recap

Episode 1075 was titled “20 Years’ Worth of Prayers! Take Back the Land of Wano.” The episode starts with Luffy firing his Ryou-infused Bajrang Gun at Kaido, despite Momo telling him not to do that because he cannot hold Onigashima anymore.

But Kaido prepares himself for this attack as he becomes a “Flame Dragon Torch,” too hot to touch. But as Luffy’s attack is Ryou-infused, he can attack now without touching Kaido. As Luffy attacks, their Ryou collides, and we are left at a standstill.

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We first witness the backstory of Orochi, of how he climbed the ranks and became a Shogun of the Flower Capital. After his rule started, Flower Capital became a city of laborers working daily. Some even committed suicide, as they couldn’t bear it any longer.

Because of the Smile factories Kaido established, the water around Flower Capital became highly polluted, and people didn’t even have safe water to drink. One day, they were sent bags of fruit from Orochi, which they couldn’t hold but eat as they hardly ever got something to eat.

Unfortunately, these fruits were the “Smile Devil Fruits,” everyone in this capital can’t stop laughing after eating them, even at someone’s death. Then we return to the present, where Orochi talks about taking Komurasaki into hell’s depths.

Fortunately, Denjiro arrives at the last minute and saves Hiyori by severing the last head of Orochi. At the end of the episode, we see how Momonusuke decides to chin up and hold Onigashima from falling with all his might.

Where to Watch One Piece?

“One Piece” airs every weekend on most Japanese TV channels, including Fuji TV.

For international anime fans, “One Piece” can be legally streamed on platforms such as Netflix, Crunchyroll, bilibili, Amazon Prime, Funimation, and Disney+. Please note that availability may vary depending on your region.

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