Pucci is a fictional location in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the One Piece series, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.
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Pucci is one of the island cities connected to Water 7 via Sea Train. It is located in Paradise on the Grand Line. It is also known as The Gourmet City.
The Gourmet City (Nickname)
Volume 34 Chapter 322: Puffing Tom
Episode 229: Running Sea Train! The City of Water, Water 7
Bimine, Marumieta, Yamenahare, Happa Yamao
Pucci, also known as The Gourmet City, is one of the island cities located in Paradise that are connected to Water 7 via the Sea Train. It is stated that Pucci provides iron to Water 7.
Very little is known about Pucci and its history. It is stated that since long ago, Pucci and Water 7 had established a trading relationship. However, the trade was weak as the merchant ships were frequent targets of pirates. Fourteen years ago, Pucci was connected with Water 7 via the Sea Train to eliminate this issue and improve the quality of trade.
Pucci has yet to make a visual appearance, and the information regarding its inhabitants is yet to be made available. Bimine, the mayor of Pucci, his daughter Marumieta, Yamenahare, and Happa Yamao are the only known citizens of the Gourmet City.
Very little information is available regarding Pucci, and what kind of wildlife it holds is still a mystery.
A group of stranded passengers claimed that they were on a gourmet tour to the gourmet town of Pucci before their ship sank in the non-canon part of Episode 227, titled Marine High Admiral Aokiji! The Threat of the Greatest Power.
In Episode 229, the name is spelled "Püttie" on a sign near Shift Station. It was spelled "Putchi" in Episode 251.
A. Pucci is one of the island cities connected to Water 7 via Sea Train. It is located in Paradise on the Grand Line. It is also known as Gourmet City.
A. Water 7 is a city in Paradise known for its shipwrights. The Straw Hats crew had stopped here to trade their gold to repair the Going Merry. They also wanted to find a new shipwright for their crew.