Fish-Man Island is an island in the Grand Line located beneath the Red Line, and is home of Fish-men and Mermaids.
The location of Fish-man Island is a setting from the One Piece series that was written by Eiichiro Oda. The series first began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 4, 1997. It first appeared in One Piece Volume 62 CH. 607 "30,000 Feet Under the Sea", and the anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 526 "Undersea Volcanic Eruption! Drifting to the Fish-Man Island!".
Fish-Man Island is the only known underwater island of the Grand Line and it located 30,000 feet under the land mass known as the Red Line. This makes it the only island on the half way point for all who are trying to cross to the New World, the second half of the Grand Line. Due to the inedible depths, a normal ship or submarine can not reach it. A ship requires a special bubble coating to survive the dangerous journey.
This is the only location on the ocean's floor that light reaches. That is becasue of the roots of the Sun Tree Eve (陽樹イブ Yōju Ibu) reaches from the top of the Red Line and to the ocean floor. There are many theories for the reason, but the tree absorbs the light from the surface and carries it all the way to the roots. When night falls on the surface, the light also dims for Fish-Man Island. The Sun Tree Eve also releases oxygen to resupply the island.
The entire island is covered by a double layer bubble that holds in the air and water. Safe entry can only be made through the official entrance gate.
The Ryugu Palace (竜宮城, Ryūgū-jō) is the home to the royal family of the Ryugu Kingdom. It's located in a separate air bubble high above the main island. This makes it nearly impossible to infultrate any other way that the main gate that extends from the palace to the main air sphere.
Ryugu Palace first appeared n One Piece Volume 62 CH. 612 "Taken By the Shark They Saved", and the anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 531 "The Ryugu Palace! Taken by the Shark that They Saved!". The VIZ Media publication calls it Ryugu Catle.
Hard-Shell Tower (硬殻塔, Kōkakutō) is a location in the Ryugu Palace that was originally a fortified armory. It was later refurbished to serve as the room for Princess Shirahoshi when she started to receive threats from the pirate Vander Decken IX. She wasn't able to leave here for ten years due to Vander Decken's power to throw dangerous weapons from anywhere that will home on on her location.
The Mermaid Cove (人魚の入り江, Ningyo no Irie) is a town on the outskirts of Fish-Man Island where many young mermaids live and socialize, and it's the location of the Underwater Coral Apartments. This is where Camie and her friends live wither the fellow employees of the Mermaid Cafe.
Mermaid Cove first appeared n One Piece Volume 62 CH. 608 "Underwater Paradise", and the anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 527 "Landing at the Fish-Man Island! Beautiful Mermaids! ". The VIZ Media publication calls it Mermaid Inlet.
The Coral Hill (サンゴが丘 Sango ga Oka)
The Mermaid Cafe (マーメイドカフェ Māmeido Kafe)
The Fisherly Hills (ギョバリーヒルズ Gyobarī Hiruzu)
The Conchcorde Plaza (ギョンコルド広場 Gyonkorudo Hiroba)
The Sea Forest (海の森 Umi no Mori?)
The Candy Factory Factory Town (おかし工場の町 Okashi Kōjō no Machi)
Fishman's Meeting Hall (魚民文化会館 Gyomin Bunka Kaikan)
The Marine Shopping Mall (マリンショッピングモール Marin Shoppingu Mōru)
The Water Wheel Town (水車の町 Suisha no Machi)
The Fishman District (魚人街 Gyojin-gai)
Camie is a kissing gourami mermaid that lives in Mermaid Cove in the dorms for the employees of the Mermaid Cafe. She's a friend of Hatchan, a former member of the Arlong Pirates; and the Straw Hat Pirates.
Madam Sharley is a shortfin mako shark mermaid. She's the owner of the Mermaid Cafe in Coral Hill, and a renowned fortune-teller.
Pappagu is a starfish fish-man who lives in Fisherly Hills on Fish-Man Island. He is the famous fashion designer who created the CRIMINAL
Tom was a fishman shipwright who lived in Water 7. He built the pirate ship of Gold Roger, and taught Franky and Iceburg to build.
|Location Name||Fish-Man Island|
Candy Factory Town
|1st manga book:||One Piece #62|
|1st anime episode:||One Piece #526|
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