Nojiko is a character in the anime and manga series, One Piece. She is the adoptive daughter of the late Bell-mère and adoptive older sister of Nami. She is a owner with the tangerine farm at the Cocoyasi Village. She also is the ally at the Straw Hat Pirates while in Arlong Park Arc.
She was voiced by Wakana Yamazaki in the anime series, and Noriko Yoshitake in One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush! in the Japanese version, and by Chio Su-Ping in an alternate Odex dub, Tiffany Grant in as an adult, and Jad Saxton as a child in Funimation dub in the English version.
Nojiko is the young woman has a skin with a average-sized with the light blue hair and dark green eyes. The chest and right arm has a dark blue tattooed who gesture in condolence and sympathy cowards Nami, and she was being ashamed to wears a tattoo at Arlong's jolly roger. At the manga, she wore a while using her bracelet to gave her adoptive sister, Nami. She actually wears a seen her beige sleeve shirt (which has a green button up shirt has a yellow stripes), blue pants and purple and pink sandals. Lastly, she has debuted on wear a lipstick gloss. She also wears her red headband on the top of the middle.
In the timeskip, her hair is getting really growing longer, she still has a lipstick gloss which seems to became an slimmer. Just like her sister, she became an hourglass features to be more pronounced.
Nojiko is a highly supportive of levelheaded Nami's older sister. She is generous to Genzo, when Nojiko and Nami having seem an father figure. Like her sister, she seen having a real trouble, apparently she had a upset boys.
As a older, she become a party responsible from being as well as the others in the island. After time of the years of Arlong's rule, she wants to tries as prevent others for raise up between Arlong when Nami was work into a cowards horror to deal at him.
She can not other people with threw it away from their living recklessly. She also having as the belief to do not have any longer will having to live us to died, if you can try harder as have enough, whatever adult, teenager or child, it's doesn't matter what you can.
- Her First Japanese Voice Actress, Wakana Yamazaki, who also voiced Nami and Scarlett in the same series, and Honoka in Dead or Alive.
- Her First English Voice Actress, Chio Su-Ping, who also voiced Nami, Young Coby, Kaya, Apis, Tashigi, and Mikita in the same series.
- Her Second English Voice Actress, Tiffany Grant, who also voiced Asuka Langley Soryu in Neon Genesis Evangelion, Asuka Langley Shikinami in Rebuild of Evangelion, Ikki Kurogane (child) in Chivalry of the Failed Knight, Laura Bodewig in Infinite Stratos, Charlotte in Samurai Shodown, Saint Shalulia in the same series, and Hekatonkheires in Akame Ga Kill!.
- Her Third English Voice Actress, Jad Saxton, who also voiced Nico Robin (child) in the same series, Koneko Toujou in High School DxD, Saki Hanajima in Fruits Basket (2019), Tamaki Kotatsu in Fire Force, Guri in Love Tyrant, Akatsuki in Log Horizon, Itsuka Kendo in My Hero Academia, Miku Izayoi in Date A Live, Carla in Fairy Tail, Kanna Kamui in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Ruruka Andoh in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School, Haruna in Is this A Zombie?, Sena Kashiwazaki in Haganai, Rem Galleu in How Not to Summon a Demon Lord, Lashara Aasu in Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, Jacqueline O'Lantern Dupré in Soul Eater, Faris Nyannyan in Steins;Gate, Yuki in Wolf Children, Megumi Tadokoro in Food Wars, Kirie Motoba in Himouto! Umaru-chan, Chika Takami in Love Live! Sunshine!!, Chika Fujiwara in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, Reki in Aria the Scarlet Ammo, Naka in Kantai Collection, Arnett McMillan in Freezing, Perrine H. Clostermann in Strike Witches, Hana Morenos in Michiko and Hatchin, Popuko in Pop Team Epic, Patolli (child) in Black Clover, and Maeve in Paladins.
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