Attack Guide


Sanji has learned everything from his mentor "red-footed" Zeff. Sanji only uses his legs to fight, since the hands are too much appraised for a cook and they don't have to be damaged in combat.

His battle style is based in a strict code of chivalry, aside from not using the hands, he can’t either use any kitchen material to fight, he also refuses to kick a woman and if it is necessary he is ready to protect a woman even when she is the enemy.

Most of Sanji's attacks goes accompanied of "Shoot" or "Shot" (strongest attacks), since he only uses his legs it seems that their attacks are named after a soccer series supershoot. His attacks also are named by culinary names, normally in French.

Anti-Manner Kick Course

Kanji: 反行儀(アンチマナー)キックコース
Translation: Anti-Manner Kick Course

An attack Sanji only uses when he's really, really mad appears to be Sanji's strongest attack. He gathers all the power he can muster and delivers a massive vertical kick by lifting one of his legs a full 180 degrees in the air. This attack is aimed at the very center of the opponent's torso (front or back) and is almost always enough to defeat any opponent with one shot.


Armée de l'Air Gomu Shoot

Kanji: 空軍(アルメ・ド・レール)ゴムシュート
Translation: Air Force Rubber Shoot

Combo attack with Luffy, first Luffy stretches and grabs Sanji's leg. Then, as Sanji kicks forward, Luffy uses his "Gomu Gomu no Roketto" attack, propelling him forward and higher speeds than normal.


Armée de l'Air Hana Shoot

Kanji: 空軍(アルメ・ド・レール)鼻シュート
Translation: Air Force Nose Shoot

A combo attack with Usopp. Usopp fires a cannonball at Sanji then Sanji kicks it, to change its trajectory and add additional force. Only used in Movie 7.


Armée de l'Air Koku tei Roseo Shoot

Kanji: 空軍(アルメ・ド・レール)刻蹄桜(ロゼオ)シュート
Translation: Air Force Carving Hoof Sakura Shoot

A combined attack with Tony Tony Chopper. Sanji placed his leg to help Chopper, while he prepares "Arm Point" mode. In a powerful kick, Sanji throws Chopper, and he attacks with a "Koku Tei Roseo" injuring the enemy.


Armée de l'Air Power Shoot

Kanji: 空軍(アルメ・ド・レール)パワーシュート
Translation: Air Force Power Shoot

Combo attack with Sanji, Zoro grabs Sanji's leg. Then, Sanji kicks forward sending Zoro flying.


Armée de l'Air Robo Shoot

Kanji: 空軍(アルメ・ド・レール)ろぼシュート
Translation: Air Force Robot Shoot

Once Franky, Usopp and Choopper have formed "Pirate Docking Three", Sanji propels the three of them with one leg at high speed.


Basses Côtes

Kanji: 肩ロース(バース・コート)
Translation: Mid-ribs

A mid-air attack, Sanji kicks one leg straight forward to attack the opponent while kicking the other one backwards to provide the nessicary momentum.


Blue Walk

Kanji: 海歩行(ブルーウォーク)
Translation: Blue Walk

With a series of kicks, similar to the Rokishiki's "Geppou" technique, Sanji thrust forward under the sea moving way faster, similar to the swimming speed of a gyojin.



Kanji: 口(ブーシュ)
Translation: Mouth

A straight on kick to the opponent's upper jaw, this attack targets the roof of their mouth, and thus can only be done when the opponent's mouth is open.


Bouquetière Shoot

Kanji: 木犀型斬(ブクティエール)シュート
Translation: Mixed Vegetables Shoot

Often used as the final blow in a series of attacks, Sanji lands on his hands underneath an opponent's chin, then uses both hands to spring upwards to deliver a blow to the opponent's chin with both feet.



Kanji: 串焼き(ブロシェット)
Translation: Skewer

Sanji jumps over the top of his opponent and aims one leg directly downwards towards the opponent. He then drops downwards while spinning like a drill to "spear" his opponent with his extended leg.


Bœuf Burst

Kanji: 牛肉(ブフバースト)
Translation: Beef Burst


Kanji: 首肉(コリエ)
Translation: Neck

Another kick to the neck but this time Sanji does it whilst still on the ground. "Collier" is the French term for neck meat.


Collier Frit

Kanji: 首肉(コリエ)フリット
Translation: Neck Frite

An attack for defeating two opponents simultaneously, first Sanji drops down into a handstand and kicks each of his opponents opponents in the neck at the same time. He then uses his hands to launch himself upwards and spin around at the same time.


Collier Shoot

Kanji: 首肉(コリエ)シュート
Translation: Neck Shoot

Sanji jumps high into the air and lands a powerful kick to the opponent's neck. "Collier" is the French term for neck meat.



Kanji: 粉砕(コンカッセ)
Translation: Crush

Another finisher, Sanji leaps high into the air and starts flipping over rapidly to gain speed, and then he brings the heel of his foot down on the opponent's head killing them instantly, or at least knocking them out for a really long time.



Kanji: 背肉(コートレット)
Translation: Rib

Dropping down into a one-handed handstand position, Sanji kicks the opponent hard in the ribs; this attack is usually followed by "Sellé". "Cotelette" is the French term for rib meat.



Kanji: もも肉(キュイソー)
Translation: Thigh

Often used right before or after Jarret, Sanji sends a hard kick to the opponent's thigh. This can be used to attack or block an incoming kick or knock his opponent off balance.



Kanji: 歯(ダン)
Translation: Teeth

A straight on kick to the opponent's teeth, Sanji hits both the upper and lower sets of teeth at the same time, and thus he can only use his attack when the opponent's mouth is closed.


Deuxième Haché

Kanji: 二流挽き肉(ドゥジェムアッシ)
Translation: Second-Rate Mincemeat

A stronger version of Troisième Haché, Sanji appears to jump in the air as it to perform a flying sidekick but the uses his lead leg to land a fast barrage of kicks at the opponent's face and head area.


Diable Jambe

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ)
Translation: Devil Leg

Sanji uses his left leg to spin himself into a mini-tornado while dragging his right leg on the ground as he spins. By doing this Sanji is able to use friction to heat is right foot until it glows bright red. In this state Sanji’s kicks are not only physically stronger; but anything he kicks with his right leg catches fire, and is severely charred and burned, a strength that Sanji claims is equal to the destructive power of the devil himself. The pun here is that "Diable" can be pronounced as "De-Avil" (Devil Wind).


Diable Jambe: Bien Cuit Grill Shot

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 熟焼(ビアン・キュイ)グリル・ショット
Translation: Devil Leg: Well-Done Grill Shot

Diable Jambe: Collier Strike

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 首肉(コリエ)ストライク
Translation: Devil Leg: Neck Strike

In "Diable Jambe" mode, Sanji lands on his enemy, so that his head is at the same level of his feet and gives him a powerful kick to the neck that sends him flying.


Diable Jambe: Crosse Strike

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ)牛すね肉(クロッス)ストライク
Translation: Devil Leg: Butt Strike

Diable Jambe: Extra Haché

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 最上級挽き肉(エクストラ・アッシ)
Translation: Devil Leg: Extra Mincemeat

An attack similar to "Extra Haché", but done in "Diable Jambe" state. Using both legs, one in Diable Jambe, Sanji starts kicking with his feet quickly. This attack serves to face giant-sized opponents.


Diable Jambe: Flambage Shot

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 画竜点睛(フランバージュ)ショット
Translation: Devil Leg: Flaming Shot

Sanji's strongest finisher thus far. After using his Diable Jambe technique Sanji swings his burning leg into the side of his opponent's head while both of them are on the air. "Flambage" uses the kanji for "Finishing Touch".


Diable Jambe: Flanchet Strike

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 腹肉(フランシェ)ストライク
Translation: Devil Leg: Flank Strike

In "Diable Jambe" Sanji jumps turning into his enemy, ending in a powerful kick in the stomach sends his enemy flying.


Diable Jambe: Frit Assortié

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 揚げ物盛り合わせ(フリットアソルティ)
Translation: Devil Leg: Fried Assortment

In "Diable Jambe" state, Sanji launches three kicks into the air, with a spiral shape movement, which deflects attacks from giant enemies. This technique was used to save Robin from Oars' colossal attack.


Diable Jambe: Grill Shot

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) グリル・ショット
Translation: Devil Leg: Grill Shot

In "Diable Jambe" state, Sanji gives a powerful kick to his rival, which leaves a burn bigger than any other kick in "Diable Jambe" state, similar to the mark a grill lefts on the meat.


Diable Jambe: Poêle à Frire Spectre

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 焼鉄鍋(ポアル・ア・フリール) スペクトル
Translation: Devil Leg: Spectrum Electric Pan

In a"Diable Jambe" state, Sanji repeatedly hits his opponents stomach with his flaming leg. Looks like this attack is inspired by Ivankov's "Ganmen Spectrum" technique, only that instead of creating the illusion of multiplying his head, he does it with his leg.


Diable Jambe: Premier Haché

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 一級挽き肉(プルミエールアッシ)
Translation: Devil Leg: First-Rate Mincemeat

The final and strongest version of Sanji's "Troisième Haché" and "Deuxième Haché" attacks, made even stronger thanks to Sanji's "Diable Jambe" technique. Sanji leaps into the air and launches an insane barrage of kicks with both his regular and burning foot.


Diable Jambe: Rotisserie Strike

Kanji: 悪魔風脚(ディアブルジャンブ) 回転焼(ロティサリー)ストライク
Translation: Devil Leg: Rotisserie Strike


Kanji: 肩肉(エポール)
Translation: Shoulder

A downward kick targeting the opponent's shoulder, meant to knock them off balance or drive them into the ground. "Épaule" is the French term for shoulder meat.


Épaule Shoot

Kanji: 肩肉(エポール)シュート
Translation: Shoulder Shoot

Sanji jumps into the air then brings his heel down on the opponent's shoulder. "Épaule" is the French term for shoulder meat.



Kanji: 皮剥作業(エプリュシャージュ)
Translation: To peel

Sanji uses a pair of kitchen knives to peel away Wanze's armor. This is the only time Sanji has made an exception to his rule of never using knives or his hands in a fight, but this was a very special case since Wanze's armor was made of food (ramen to be exact) and they were fighting in a kitchen. "Epluchage" is a French cooking verb which means "to peel away skin".



Kanji: 薄切り肉のソテー(エスカロップ)
Translation: Escalope

A jumping kick to the forehead. "Escalope" is a French cooking term for a thin boneless piece of meat, in this case Sanji's referring to the extremely thin flesh covering the skull.


Extra Haché

Kanji: 最上級挽き肉(エクストラ・アッシ)
Translation: Extra Mincemeat

An attack similar to Sanji's others "Haché" attacks. This time, he combines both legs in an aerial attack to strike to his opponent by all the body and finalizes with a tremendous kick that sends him flying towards a wall.



Kanji: 腹肉(フランシェ)
Translation: Flank

A simple kick to the opponent's stomach.


Flanchet Shoot

Kanji: 腹肉(フランシェ)シュート
Translation: Flank Shoot

Sanji kicks the opponent with a head on snap kick. "Flanchet" is the French term for "flank" or stomach meat.


Frit Assortié

Kanji: 揚げ物盛り合わせ(フリットアソルティ)
Translation: Fried Assortment

An attack for use against several opponents, Sanji drops into a handstand then delivers a series of upward kicks to knock any nearby opponents skyward.



Kanji: もも肉(ジゴー)
Translation: Leg

Running at the opponent Sanji delivers a sweeping kick to the knee caps, the opponent is either sent flying or slammed to the ground as a result. "Gigot" is the offical term for lamb leg meat.


Hell Memories

Kanji: 地獄の思い出(ヘル・メモリーズ)
Translation: Hell Memories

With his body completely in flames, Sanji hits his opponent with multiple repetitive kicks. This attack is an allusion to the time he spent in Momoiro Island fleeing from the okamas, time which Sanji compares to hell.


Ifrit Jambe

Kanji: 魔神風脚(イフリートジャンブ)
Translation: Ifrit Leg


Kanji: ヅャボ
Translation: Maw

Sanji kicks an opponent in the mouth, especially if he pervertly looking at Nami. "Jabot" means "maw" in French.



Kanji: すね肉(ジャレ)
Translation: Shank

Often used right before or after Cuisse, Sanji sends a hard kick to the opponent's shin. This can be used to attack or block an incoming kick or knock his opponent off balance.


Jenga Hou

Kanji: ジェンガ砲
Translation: Jenga Cannon

After Zoro performes his "Dai Butsu Giri" technique, Sanji starts to kick with force the cut parts of a building. The "Jenga" is a board game, which consists of collecting various pieces of a wooden tower, without making it to fall.



Kanji: 頬(ジュー)
Translation: Cheek

A straight on kick to the opponent's cheek.


Joue Shoot

Kanji: ほほ肉(ジュー)シュート
Translation: Cheek Shoot

Sanji leans forward and delivers a hard side kick to one of the opponent's cheeks. "Joue" is french term for "cheek".


Jumeau à Bifteck

Kanji: 肩バラ肉(ジュモ・ア・ビフテク)
Translation: Chuck Tender Steak


Kanji: 腰肉(ロンジュ)
Translation: Hip

A sweeping kick, usually performed from the back targeting the opponent's hips, very useful for sending an opponent flying in preparation for another kick.



Kanji: あご(マントン)
Translation: Chin

A straight on kick to the opponent's lower jaw/chin.


Mouton Jet Sanbyaku Pondo Cannon

Kanji: 羊肉(ムートン)JET三百煩悩(ポンド)攻城砲(キャノン)
Translation: Mutton Jet 300 Pond Cannon

Luffy must be in "Gear Second". It is a combination technique between Luffy, Zoro and Sanji. Using his attack "Gomu Gomu no Cannon" (Jet mode), Luffy assails his enemy, while Zoro is preparing his "Sanbyaku Pondo Cannon" and Sanji his "Mouton Shot". When Luffy recharge his energy, all three made a powerful attack that sends the opponent flying.


Mouton Shot

Kanji: 羊肉(ムートン)ショット
Translation: Mutton Shot

One of Sanji's strongest kicks, and a common finishing attack; Sanji starts by jumping or flipping into the air and then channels all his might into one leg to deliver a kick to the opponent's mid-section, or sometimes their head, that sends them flying. "Mouton" is the French term for sheep meet.



Kanji: 鼻(ネ)
Translation: Nose

A straight on kick to the opponent's nose.



Kanji: 目(ウイユ)
Translation: Eyes

A straight on kick to the opponent's eyes.


Ondo Rare Strike

Kanji: 温度(オンド)レアァストライク
Translation: Rare Cooked Strike


Kanji: 肩肉(パルロン)
Translation: Chuck

Parage Shoot

Kanji: 整形(パラージュ)シュート
Translation: Peeling Shoot

Sanji delivers a barrage of kicks to every single section of the opponent's face, these kicks are so powerful that they can alter the bone structure of the unlucky recipient. "Parage" is a French cooking verb which means "to clean".


Party Table Cuisse Shoot

Kanji: パーティーテーブルもも肉(キュイソー)シュート
Translation: Party Table Thigh Shoot

A much more powerful version of Cuisse; Sanji goes into a handstand and turn himself into a spinning human top, anyone he gets close to receives a hard kick, he ends the attack with a strong kick to the opponent's thigh. This technique is ideal for breaking an opponent's guard and leaving them vulnerable before a strong attack.


Party Table Kick Course

Kanji: パーティーテーブルキックコース
Translation: Party Table Kick Course

An attack Sanji uses for fighting against large groups. Sanji jumps into the air and lands on the head of one of his adversaries in a hand stand. He then spins around rapidly to deliver a savage kick to the face of anyone within range of his legs. After he runs out of targets the dismounts and kicks the person he was spinning on.


Pirate Docking Six: Big Emperor

Kanji: パイレーツドッキング6 ビッグ皇帝(パイレーツドッキングシックス ビッグエンペラー)
Translation: Pirate Docking Six: Big Emperor

As in the old Japanese giant robots series, Franky adapts hos body so that Chopper (head), Usopp (right arm), Robin (left arm), Zoro (right leg) and Sanji (left leg) can dock in it, creating this way the definitive weapon. Unfortunately, Robin completely refused to participate in this spectacle.



Kanji: 胸肉(ポワトリーヌ)
Translation: Breast

A stabbing kick straight into the opponent's chest. "Poitrine" is the French term for breast meat.


Poitrine Shoot

Kanji: 胸肉(ポワトリーヌ))シュート
Translation: Breast Shoot

A stronger version of Poitrine only this time Sanji aims a little higher and kicks upward not downward. "Poi Trene" is the French term for breast meat.



Kanji: 上部もも肉(カジ)
Translation: Rump

Sanji flips over into a double-handed handstand, spins around and kicks the opponent's ass, literally. This attack is usually followed by Queue.



Kanji: 尾肉(クー)
Translation: Tail

Commonly used as a combo attack with Quasi, Sanji continues spinning with the momentum from Quasi, Sanji swings his other leg around to kick the opponent's cocix.



Kanji: 受付(レセプション)
Translation: Reception

Sanji lifts one of his legs up high and hooks his foot around the opponent's neck, then uses that leg to smash the opponent's face into the ground hard. This attack's not named after anything food related, but after the "reception" that one gets when entering a restaurant.


Rokuoku Berry Jackpot

Kanji: 6億B・JACKPOT(ろくおくベル・ジャックポット)
Translation: 600.000.000 Berries Jackpot

A combo attack between Luffy, Zoro, Sanji, Robin and Franky against a group of many enemies who surrounds them. Luffy stretches his arm as when he uses "Gomu Gomu no Pisutoru", Franky launchs his fist as with "Strong Right", Zoro uses an aerial attack similar to "Karasuma Gari", Sanji a flying kick similar to "Mouton Shot" and Robin strangles a group of enemies as when she uses "Treinta Fleur Strangle". The name of the attack is the compensate sum of all their bounties, it's like the jackpot from a coin up machine.



Kanji: 狼牙
Translation: Wolf Fang

Sanji positions himself underneath his opponent and throws a hard upwards kick to his opponent's jawbone. Both Jabra and Sanji used a variation of this attack; in Jabra's case it was because of his wolf themed attacks. There's also a pun there because at the time he was scolding Sanji saying "I told you your kicks aren't going to work" then using the Rouga attack because Rouga (wolf fang) sounds like the Japanese for "Didn't I?" In Sanji's case, he was kicking Jabra in the jaw (the fangs of the wolf) and Sanji was chewing out Jabra at the time claiming that Jabra's cheap tricks weren't going to work on him then launching his version of the Rouga, thus somewhat mirroring the previous conversation. Another pun might be a play on the word "garou" meaning "hungry wolf"; switch the syllables of garou (ga-rou) around and it becomes rouga (rou-ga).


Santen Decoupagé

Kanji: 三点切分(デクパージュ)
Translation: Three Point Carve

Sanji throws a powerful roundhouse kick to the opponent's mid-section, striking them with the entire length of his leg three consecutivs times. "Decoupage" is a French cooking verb which means "to cut up" or "to carve".



Kanji: 鞍下肉(セル)
Translation: Lower Back

Commonly used as a combo attack with Cotelette, using the momentum from the Cotelette attack Sanji (still in a handstand) spins around in the opposite direction to deliver a fast kick to the opponent's lower back or lumbar region. "Sellé" is the French term for "saddle" or lower back meat.


Shishinabe Shoot

Kanji: 猪鍋シュート
Translation: Boar Hot Pot Shoot

Sanji attacks with a powerful flying sidekick, he also uses this attack to break down walls.


Sky Walk

Kanji: 空中歩行(スカイウォーク)
Translation: Sky Walk

Emulating the Rokushiki's "Geppou" technique used by the CP9, kicking the air, Sanji manages to boost himself higher, achieving this way rising into the air. Sanji developed this technique at Momoiro Island, when he was desperately trying to flee from the okamas, with no place to hide, he tried to escape by jumping into the air.


Slice Shoot

Kanji: 切肉(スライス)シュート
Translation: Slice Shoot

A disarming attack where Sanji runs forward, jumps into the air and kicks the opponent's hand to do damage and knock a weapon from their hand.


Tekka Shoot

Kanji: テッカシュート
Translation: Steel Shoot

Used in the Pirate Baseball King short. Sanji catches the metal ball on his instep, then spins around upside-down like in Party Table Kick Course, then sends the ball flying out of the park with a mighty kick.



Kanji: 後バラ肉(タンドロン)
Translation: Collar

A head on sidekick targeting the center of the opponent's collar bone.


Troisième Haché

Kanji: 三流挽き肉(トロワジェムアッシ)
Translation: Third-Rate Mincemeat

Sanji does a series of backflips towards his opponent before using his hands for one final push to launch him towards and opponent's face where he delivers several fast kicks.


Veau Shot

Kanji: 仔牛肉(ヴォー)ショット
Translation: Veau Shot

Another one of Sanji's strongest/finisher attacks, leaps into the air and sweeps his leg forward to land a powerful kick to the center of the opponent's torso.