Train like the Pirate King at the new “One Piece” gym in Shibuya

If you want to be the king of the pirates in the world of the hit anime and manga “One Piece”, it could be argued that the most important thing is a killer devil fruit or the domain of haki, but it sure doesn’t hurt to have a physique like Kaido. Fans of the epic pirate saga now have the chance to earn those gains while showing their love for Eiichiro Oda’s masterpiece, as a new fitness gym inspired by the world opens in Tokyo from “One Piece”.


Located on the first floor of the Shibuya Modi Building, One Piece Fitness BragMen is a gym made for “One Piece” lovers, with plenty of decorative and workout-related nods to the popular series. For example, guests at the gym can work out with dumbbells and bars shaped like a piece of meat on a bone that Luffy loves to eat, as well as a heavy Shanks vest and a pull-up machine with a beard-shaped handle. in Whitebeard. The gym even has an individual training plan where a trainer dressed as a naval officer trains crew members (registered gym members) in individual sessions tailored to their needs.

At a pre-opening event, the gym offered original products such as a “One Piece” themed shaker, as well as protein powders with flavors inspired by the famous foods of the islands the Straw Hat crew have visited during the trip . Hopefully these are in regular stock at the gym from now on.

Original One Piece Shaker


Cocoa Island Chocolate Protein


Jaya Cherry Pie Protein


Wano Country Oshiruko Protein


One Piece Fitness BragMen will open on January 13 on the first floor of Shibuya Modi. While pre-registered customers seem to have priority at the moment, those hoping to sign up for the gym and find a perfect pirate plan for themselves can do so on the official website.

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