One Piece Episode 1084 is just around the corner, so here is everything you need to know, including its release date, time, preview trailer, and a few spoilers regarding the next episode!
Episode 1083 starts with Kinemon admiring how, after so many years, she still loves him. The attention is on Raizo and Shinobu who were a victim of Ryokugyu’s devil fruit.
Later, Carrot is appointed as the captain of Momoko Dukedom because she has the will of Pedro. First, she resists taking such a big responsibility but she later accepts her faith.
Sukiyaki reveals his true identity to his grandchildren, who accept him with open arms without any discrimination.
We are then shifted to the shore of Wano where Law, Kidd, and Luffy are about to take off, as they hear the news of “Cross Guild.”
One Piece Episode 1084 Release Date and Time
One Piece Episode 1084 will be titled “Time to Depart – The Land of Wano and The Straw Hats!” It will be released at 9:30 AM JST on November 19, 2023. The release date schedule for this episode in different timezones is as follows:
- India: 6:00 AM, November 19, 2023
- Japan: 9:30 AM, November 19, 2023
- United States: 7:30 PM, November 18, 2023 (Eastern Time)
- Europe: 1:30 AM, November 19, 2023, in France and Germany
- Asia: 8:30 AM, November 19, 2023, in the Philippines and Malaysia; 7:30 AM in Indonesia
One Piece Episode 1084 Preview Trailer & Spoilers
The preview trailer for this episode is as follows:
The next episode will be the last episode of the Wano arc. Yamato and Mononosuke are on their way to the shore. They want to ask Luffy why he left without saying a word.
On the shore, Luffy, Law, and Kidd are about to set sail in their direction as Monosuke invades and starts crying. He begs Luffy not to leave him.
Luffy assures him that no one will ever harm Wano as it is now under the Straw Hat Pirates. Luffy leaves Mononosuke in the care of Yamato as everyone sets sail.
We see a brief overview of Wano as every member of Wano gathers and wonders if they will ever cross paths with Luffy again while putting this arc to a happy end.
Where to Watch One Piece?
Legal streaming options for this anime series are available for those outside Japan on platforms such as Crunchyroll, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+, Funimation, and bilibili.
If you access Crunchyroll through a VPN, you will get the maximum amount of shows, as restriction is applied in some countries.