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Genshin Impact 2.0: Inazuma regional specialties and how to get them

Here is the list of all Inazuma local specialties used for crafting, character ascension, cooking, etc, and a guide on how to get them.

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma update is only a few days away. On Sunday, 18th July, miHoYo shared the fourth volume of the Inazuma Diaries that talks about the Inazuma regional specialties including, a new set of trees from which players can obtain woods used for crafting purposes. 

If you are new to the game and don’t know about the Regional or Local Specialties in Genshin Impact, they refer to the materials that are unique to a particular region in Teyvat. Most of these materials are very important as players use them for character ascension. 

With three new Inazuma playable characters next in line to release, players should know about the Inazuma regional specialties and a few other details to be better prepared for the upcoming version 2.0, "The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia" update.

List of all Inazuma Regional Specialties

Here is the list of Inazuma specialties that you will come across while exploring the picturesque open world of the Inazuma archipelago.

Sakura Bloom 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties
Sakura Bloom (Picture: miHoYo)

Sakura Bloom, a favor of the land of Inazuma, is obtained when players use Electro abilities on pink and purple clusters found across Inazuma.

Naku Weed 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties
Naku Weed (Picture: miHoYo)

Naku Weed is a character ascension material found out in the wild in the Inazuma. It is a plant whose leaves extend on one side, protecting its fragile flower. 

Dendrobium 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties
Dendrobium (Picture: miHoYo)

Dendrobium is yet another local specialty of Inazuma, once thought extinct. Players will find dendrobium in the battlefields found all across Inazuma. 

Lavender Melon 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties
Lavender Melon (Picture: miHoYo)

Lavender Melon is a new fruit exclusive to the Inazuma region. Players can most probably eat it raw or use it for cooking Inazuma-style dishes. The Lavender Melon Trees are found in the wild in Inazuma. 

Onikabuto

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties
Onikabuto (Picture: miHoYo)

Onikabuto is a beetle that players can most probably use in Alchemy. Players can find Onikabuto lounging on trees in areas with rich Electro energy. 

Trees found in Inazuma 

Here is the list of trees that exist in Inazuma along with the guide to find them:

Yumemiru Wood 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties and Trees
Yumemiru Wood (Picture: miHoYo)
  • How to get: Cut sakura trees

  • Where to find: Players can find Yumemiru trees on Narukami Island

Maple Wood 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties and Trees
Maple Wood (Picture: miHoYo)
  • How to get: Cut an Amper Maple down

  • Where to find: Players can find Amper Maple on Narukami Island

Aralia Wood 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties and Trees
Aralia Wood (Picture: miHoYo)
  • How to get: Cut an Inazuma Cedar down

  • Where to find: Players can find Inazuma Cedar trees on Narukami Island

Otogi Wood

Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma Regional Specialties and Trees
Otogi Wood (Picture: miHoYo)
  • How to get: Cut an Otogi tree down.

  • Where to find: Players can find Yumemiru trees on Yashiori Island.

The update 2.0 of Genshin Impact will be available on 21st July 2021.

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