Alternative names:



Human, Adult, Pirate, Smoker


Gender: Female
Eye colour: Black
Hair colour: Black
Hair length: To Neck
Shakuyaku, also know by her nickname Shakky, is the Bartender of Shakky's Rip-off Bar on the Sabaody Archipelago. She is a former pirate alongside her companion Rayleigh and is also known for once being chased by notable marine Monkey D. Garp.
Shakky is very smart, and seems to constantly seek information - particularly on other pirates. She also reads the newspapers in what one could assume to be an obsessive manner, as she believes strongly that knowledge is power. She was the one who informed Luffy of all of the nine other pirates whose bounties exceed one hundred million beli.
She also seems intent on keeping her age a secret; Luffy asked her how old she was when he heard that she had quit being a pirate forty years ago, but she immediately changed the subject. After meeting Luffy for a short time, she is impressed by him, and states that she's rooting for him to become the Pirate King.
She gave up the life of a pirate forty years ago to open a bar. She is infamous for charging exuberant prices for her goods, however she makes an exception for Hatchan and the Strawhats.
The Straw Hats return from the Human Auctioning House, where they found Rayleigh, and the tells the group about Roger's fate. Currently, she is taking care of the wounded Hatchan, as the Straw Hats depart. Unknown to her, Camie, Pappug and Hatchan, Bartholomew Kuma teleported the Straw Hats away from the Sabaody Archipelago to different locations. While it was getting late and the Straw Hats have not been heard of since they left, Camie began to worry about their safety. While Pappug and Hatchan were convinced they'll be fine, Shakuyaku on the contrary, pointed out that their chances of facing a Marine Admiral and escaping are slim, and noted that the current era is slowly changing, so the Straw Hats must catch and hold on to "the waves" that will inevitably wash it away to survive.
(source: Shakky@onepiecewikia)

Related anime:

One Piece TV, 1999
One Piece: Strong World Episode 0 OVA, 2010

Related manga:

One Piece Manga, 1997
One Piece Strong World 0 One Shot, 2009

Voice actors:

Hiromi Tsuru, Japanese