• "One Piece" Episode 1029 is airing Saturday
  • The episode will stream on Crunchyroll, Hulu, Apple TV, Netflix, and Tubi
  • The anime is based on Eiichiro Oda's original story

Luffy's childhood friend Uta is coming in "One Piece" Episode 1029.

The official promo trailer of Episode 1029 is out. The trailer opens with kid Luffy meeting a girl named Uta for the first time.

She is the musician of the Red-Hair Pirates and her singing voice makes people smile. The upcoming episode tells the story of Luffy's friend that no one knows yet.

In the previous episode titled "Surpass the Emperor of the Sea! Luffy Strikes Back with an Iron Fist!" Kaido was angry after Luffy made his declaration. Kaido challenged Luffy to a battle.

Elsewhere, Big Mom was about to reach Onigashima as she announced that she was going to get rid of Kid. She created a thundercloud Homie using her soul and named her Hera.

Kid and Killer were watching as the former stated that he thought they had cornered the thundercloud Homie. Killer noted that Big Mom appeared stronger.

The duo decided to move back, but Big Mom attacked with a Fulgora and hit them at point-blank range. The intensity of Big Mom's hit was felt across the island.

The episode also featured Luffy's battle with Kaido. Luffy noted that the Internal Destruction Busoshoku Haki was not working against his opponent. He figured out that Kaido could infuse his body with Haoshoku Haki.

Kaido attacked Luffy but the latter was able to block the hit by fusing his Haoshoku Haki. The fighting continued and Luffy was able to push Kaido back and throw him across the roof of the building.

"Luffy remembers how he was advised by his friends, how he was saved by his comrades, and the frustrations of being defeated. As Kaido mocks him to his face, the Color of the Supreme King Haki gushes out and they clash again," read the official synopsis of Episode 1028, as per Crunchyroll.

"One Piece" Episode 1029, titled "A Faint Memory! Luffy and Red-Haired's Daughter Uta!" is scheduled to air Saturday. Fans in the U.S. can watch the episode online on Crunchyroll, Hulu, Apple TV, Netflix, and Tubi.

The anime is based on the original story by Eiichiro Oda.