One talented lover of the iconic pirate film celebrates One Piece Film: Red’s amazing success by singing as Uta to the movie’s soundtrack.
One enthusiastic One Piece fan showcases their most authentic portrayal of pirate pop star Uta.
Two clips on TikTok show Tsukiko Ichinose, a cosplayer, rocking out to the soundtrack of One Piece Movie: Red and sporting an incredibly exact Uta costume. The cosplayer doesn’t just represent the anime character with the two-toned hair. Their TikTok also has videos that feature characters like Reki from SK8 the Infinity, Allen from D. Gray Man, and Kei Tsukishima from Haikyu! !.
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Uta made her film debut in the story of One Piecein Film Red. The story follows Monkey D. Luffy and the other Straw Hat Pirates traveling to the Island of Music, where they encounter the singer. It is soon revealed that she is a childhood friend of Luffy and is also the estranged child of Red-Haired Shawks. Uta is determined to ease pain and suffering through the power of song. But, her scheme is similar to those of the two most well-known villains.
Cosplayers are in love with One Piece’s Uta
Despite opposing the Straw Hat Pirates in most of the Film Redshe is an extremely popular character who is the source of inspiration for many cosplays. Beyond Tsukiki Ichinose’s stunning rendition cosplayer, one fan has brought Uta’s Film Red jacket to life, and another fan fabricated the stunning Uta cosplay before the film even launched.
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Film Reddebuted in Japan in August, and was released in several Western markets earlier this month, and it has already proved itself to be a box office juggernaut. It was the most profitable film in Japan in 2022, earning an estimated 18 billion yen ($180 million). More importantly, Film Red has gained popularity and has become one of the country’s most profitable movies in history along with anime classics like Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away.
One Piece Film Red is out in theaters now.