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Genshin Impact Aralia Wood: How to get and all locations

Looking for Aralia Wood? We have covered what you need to know about Aralia Wood and where to find them in Genshin Impact.
Wood is a valuable resource needed for crafting purposes and other furnishings in Genshin Impact. By now, Travellers should have unlocked the Serenitea Pot housing system and have realised that the hard work has just begun.

To start crafting furniture and other furnishings for their homes, it is required to have wood. Aralia Wood in Genshin Impact is one such specific wood that is required for crafting furniture but where can one farm this type of wood?

In this guide, we will take a look at Aralia Wood, the best locations to find it and some tips on how to farm wood faster in Genshin Impact.

What is Aralia Wood in Genshin Impact?

Inazuman Cedar trees are seen bunched together across the Inazuma region. (Picture: miHoYo)

There are several types of wood available in Genshin Impact and one such type of wood produces Aralia Wood. To farm Aralia Wood, Travellers would need to locate Inazuman Cedar trees which can be found growing in the wild across the Inazuma region.

Noted for their tall trunks, coiled bark and blue-coloured leaves, Inazuman Cedar trees are easily distinguished from other trees in this region. Often clustered together, obtaining Aralia Wood is relatively simple as Travellers wouldn’t be travelling great distances to farm them.

At any given time, you can farm up to 90 pieces of Aralia Wood in a single run as Travellers can farm as much wood in no time.

Travellers can farm up to 90 pieces of Aralia Wood in one farming run. (picture: miHoYo)

Aralia Wood locations in Genshin Impact

As mentioned before, Aralia Wood can be found by locating Inazuman Cedar trees throughout the Inazuma region. As such, there are a few locations that spawn a fairly good amount of Aralia Wood in Genshin Impact as if you know where to look.

Aralia Wood locations at Chinju Forest. (Picture: Genshin Impact Interactive Map / screenshot)

One of the best locations to find these trees is by heading to the Chinju Forest waypoint on Narukami Island. Travellers will find an abundance of Inazuman cedar trees as you can obtain plenty of Aralia Wood in a short space of time.

Aralia Wood locations near the Kamisato Estate. (Picture: Genshin Impact Interactive Map / screenshot)

Another good location to find Inazuman Cedar trees is by travelling to the Kamisato Estate. As you’re approaching the estate, Travellers will come across a small group of trees around a few pathways and a nearby river. There is a forest area near the estate where Travelers can farm Aralia Wood.

Aralia Wood locations around Grand Narukami Shrine and Mt. Yougou. (Picture: Genshin Impact Interactive Map / screenshot)

Another good location is the area between Grand Narukami Shrine and Mt. Yougou. Located near a base of a mountain farm, Travellers are likely to push their stamina to the limits when farming Aralia Wood in this location.

How to farm wood in Genshin Impact?

To collect wood dropped from trees, Travellers would need to approach the tree before striking it. You can use either a sword, polearm or a claymore to chop down trees with.

Each tree drops up to five pieces a day before it resets meaning that you can farm a decent amount of wood just by striking it. Once you have farmed as much Aralia Wood they need, it can be used to craft furniture and other furnishings in the Serenitea Pot housing system.

If you need to know how crafting in the Serenitea Pot housing system works, check out the dedicated guide here for more information. All that’s left is owning a couple of blueprints and the patience to begin crafting.


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Featured image courtesy of miHoYo.