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Read One Piece 962 Updates: The hint that oda gave in this chapter is that oden kozuki never actually started the troubles he got into. He just always gets involved in other people's problems, thats all. Yet the shogun is always giving him the blame. Why? Its simple. And this chapter more or less confirmed it. You see, oden kozuki gets caught into other people's problems, but also somehow manages to solve them, giving him the spotlight of the incident, and therefore the blame of the incident at the same time. When people want to speak the truth about the incident, oden prevents that. Just like what happened with kinemon here. Oden is like: ''its fine dont worry about''. So ultimately people will always have that feeling that he started all those incidents and troubles while in reality, its the people around him who did. So he gets hated for actually covering up for all the incidents other people were doing. And then he also gets worshipped because he covers up for all the people who started the incidents at the same time. This is actually really nice writing oda did here in this chapter. Because there is no way in hell all the incidents the shogun mentioned, were all odens doing. It was the other people's doing, but oden always took the full blame and responsibility of those incidents, making him actually a really holy grail character in the story of wano. He simply does not care about his status or anything, he just laughs it all off. He is just simply satisfied with helping the people around him. The incident in which we saw in this chapter and how it unfolded and finished gave me the reason to say all this. Kinemon started the incident oden finished the incident people were suspecting oden for starting the incident kinemon wanted to lay the truth of the incident oden didn't want that so people will always suspect him for being the starter of the incident, kinemon worships oden. Hope I explained my thoughts on this well enough. This is actually a really subtle hint oda gave in the chapter and wonder how many people caught on on it.

Jōichirō Yukihira

Jōichirō Yukihira formerly known as Jōichirō Saiba (才波 城一郎, Saiba Jōichirō?), is the father of Sōma Yukihira. He was a 69th Tōtsuki Generation student, a former resident of the Polar Star Dormitory, and previously started out as a 7th seat of the Elite Ten Council as a freshman before being promoted to 2nd seat during his third year. Due to pressure received by his peers to keep being the best in Tōtsuki, he subsequently left the Academy by the suggestion of Senzaemon Nakiri. He never returned, causing him to not graduate. Nonetheless, he is a prodigious chef, who is looked up to by all.


Jōichirō has long, brown hair which is swept back, save for a single group of bangs that hangs over his face down to his chin. Even when cooking, all of his hair is tied back except for that one strand. His eyes are sharper and more serious than his son and he has a slight beard on his chin. His body is well toned and generally, wears form fitting shirts and pants. His outfits when shown are usually his standard Yukihira cooking uniform or a professional white chef's uniform when cooking in New York. Upon his return to Polar Star Dormitory, he wore a tight black shirt and slacks. In his youth, Jōichirō's overall appearance resembles Sōma's current appearance. His hair was just as unkempt but missing his signature long bang and much shorter. His eyes were much more relaxed and carefree. Unlike Gin, Jōichirō's coat was always unbuttoned, his tie was rarely tied up to his neck, his dress shirt was always open and his undershirt was always visible.


Like his son, Jōichirō is laid back but professional and has a serious side that emerges whenever he is cooking. His skills in cooking are world famous. Back in his student days, Jōichirō was very charismatic, earning many admirers and the respect of his peers. Even in the present day, he became popular with Sōma's friends at the Polar Star Dormitory. He is noted to have a manly aura. He also developed some eccentricities like cooking strange dishes and neglecting his duties as an Elite Ten Member in favor of winning competitions. Jōichirō took immense pleasure in infuriating his best friend Gin Dōjima and using Jun Shiomi to as a subject to his disgusting dishes. Fumio observed that he was very moody. As the sole parental figure in Sōma's life, he is a mentor, teacher, and rival to his son, though he never pushed Sōma to become a chef, allowing Sōma to develop that interest on his own. Jōichirō is, if anything, very supportive of his son and the two share many similarities such as the shared habit of creating horrible dishes and feeding them to unsuspecting people which proves their connection. He purposely left home to work in New York so Sōma would have to attend Tōtsuki and motivated him by telling him that he needs to succeed in Tōtsuki if he ever wants to surpass him. Despite this, Jōichirō does occasionally like to see Sōma stressed and frustrated by challenging him to many cook-offs which have always ended in Jōichirō's victory. Again though, this is to show Sōma how much more he has to grow. During his time at Tōtsuki, he was much more relaxed and carefree but still retained his horrible experimental cooking habit even back then. It is due to this talent that Jōichirō had the habit of making horrible dishes. Gin noted that it was his only way to release steam from the pressure he received from his peers. Fumio noted that because of his nature in his youth, he lost many Shokugekis because of his lack of drive or simply underestimating his opponents due to his own laziness. Jōichirō was a main driving force and a pioneer of the Polar Star Golden Era, but unlike his fellow Polar Star friend Gin Dōjima who Fumio compared to a loyal dog, Jōichirō is likened to a stray cat for his wandering habits. However, when insulted or tested, Jōichirō displayed utter ruthlessness against his opponents and sometimes even displayed some cockiness in his abilities, even challenging a group of fifty opponents simultaneously by himself. This made him both respected and feared by many students at Tōtsuki at the time. Even in his later years, he retained his serious aura in cooking duels and many individuals still hold profound respect for Jōichirō including Gin, Senzaemon, Fumio, and Azami Nakiri. This led to him earning the nickname "Asura" by his fellow classmates, a name that has endured for several decades after his departure from the academy.

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