Furrari is the king of Nagagutsu Kingdom (ナガグツ王国, Nagagutsu Ōkoku?) and one of fifty monarchs who took part in the Levely. He is also the father of Tritobu.


Furrari is a stocky, elderly man with a wide face sporting high cheekbones, thick mustache and a large nose, with his eyes being comparatively small. His hair is wavy and of a pale blond color.

He wears a dark suit with a light dress shirt underneath, some jewelry around his neck and a sun-shaped brooch on the left side of his suit’s collar. He also wears a fedora-like hat with its crown resembling a small, square-shaped golden castle. He is frequently seem smoking a cigar.


Like many, Furrari admired the mermaid princess because of her beauty, and was aware that other kings like Jeep would attempt to court her with their children, trying to involve his own son in a marriage pitch as well. He can be easily offended as he got angry when Shirahoshi rejected her suitors.

Furrari appears to be fairly argumentative and confrontational, as he and Ramen of Kano Country were shown bickering.

Abilities and Powers

Furrari is the king of a nation affiliated with the World Government and one of the few allowed to attend the Levely, which grants him some authority over matters concerning the world.

According to Monkey D. Garp’s description of the Levely to Neptune, Furrari’s nation appears to be relatively small and subservient to the whims of greater ones, like Chap’s.


Whole Cake Island Saga

Levely Arc

At the Socializing Plaza, Furrari noticed Jeep trying to set up his son Wheel with Shirahoshi, interrupting them both in order to introduce his own son as well. However, the latter rejected all her suitors, causing Jeep to express that she had made them lose face, leading to Fukaboshi hurriedly trying to calm the royals to avoid further hurting them and starting an incident.

When the Levely began, he was seated next to Mororon.

Wano Country Saga

Wano Country Arc

While Garp was recounting the events of the Levely to Neptune, it appears that Furrari entered an argument with Ramen at some point, with Chap and Sauce fueling the conflict from the background.

Anime and Manga Differences

The anime slightly modified the scene where Garp recounts the events of the Levely. During Furrari’s verbal confrontation with Ramen, Chap was briefly shown silently pressuring him from the sidelines.


  • Like Jeep, Furrari’s name may be based on another automobile brand: the Italian manufacturer Ferrari.
  • The name of his kingdom is likely derived from nagagutsu (長靴?, meaning “leather/rubber boots”).
    • This might be a reference to Italy’s shape, a boot.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 90 Chapter 906 (p. 7) and Episode 884, Furrari introduces Tritobu to Shirahoshi.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Vivre Card – One Piece Visual Dictionary (EX Characters: Levely Arc Vol. 2 #1210), Information about Furrari is revealed.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 One Piece Manga — Vol. 95 Chapter 956 (p. 3).

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