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Eiichiro Oda Fast Facts
Birthday ***, 1975
Place of Birth Kumamoto, Japan
Age 46 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
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Eiichiro Oda is a Japanese manga and is the author of the One Piece series. With more than 480 million tankōbon copies circulating worldwide, One Piece is both the best-selling manga and the best-selling manga of all time, making Oda one of the best-selling fiction writers. The popularity of the series made Oda dubbed one of the manga artists who changed manga history.

BornEiichirō Oda, January 1, 1975, Kumamoto, Japan
Pen nameTsukihimizu Kikondo used for his entry in the 44th Tezuka Award.
OccupationManga artist
Notable worksOne Piece
Notable awardsGrand Prize at 41st Japan Cartoonists Association Award
Years active1992–present
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About Eiichiro Oda

Renowned Japanese manga artist, who is known for his work on the series One Piece, the series has become the best-selling manga of all time, with more than 470 million copies sold. He is voted as the fifth most popular manga artist in Japan.

Eiichiro Oda before fame

He spent his childhood watching the animated series Vicky the Viking, which inspired him to draw pirates. He was heavily influenced by the famous Akira Toriyama Dragon Ball.

Achievement of Eiichiro Oda

He and Toriyama have teamed up on Cross Epoch, which includes characters Dragon Ball and One Piece.

Eiichiro Oda family life

He said he knew he wanted to be a manga since he was 4 years old. He married Chiaki Inaba in 2005.

Associations of Eiichiro Oda

His series has been adapted into a series of animated series starring Caitlin Glass as a voice actor in the US.

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Latest information about Eiichiro Oda updated on May 10 2021.