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"Snow on the Hearth" is a special food item that the player has a chance to obtain by cooking Sakura Mochi with Kamisato Ayaka. The recipe for Sakura Mochi can be acquired from Act I of Kamisato Ayaka's Story Quest: The Whispers of the Crane and the White Rabbit, With You.

"Snow on the Hearth" revives the selected character and restores 20% of Max HP and an additional 1,500 HP to the target character. Like most foods, this cannot target other players' characters in Co-Op Mode.

Recipe

  • Item Rice.png 4 Rice
  • Item Sugar.png 2 Sugar
  • Item Sakura Bloom.png 1 Sakura Bloom
  • Creates "Snow on the Hearth" "Snow on the Hearth" ×1

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    Other Languages

    LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
    English"Snow on the Hearth"
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    「红炉一点雪」
    "Hóng Lú Yīdiǎn Xuě"
    "A Little Snow [on] Furnace"
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    「紅爐一點雪」
    "Hóng Lú Yīdiǎn Xuě"
    Japanese「紅炉一点雪」
    "Kouro Ittensetsu"
    "A Spot of Snow on the Burning Hearth"[• 1]
    Korean「홍로일점설」
    "Hongro'iljeomseol"
    "A Little Snow on Burning Brazier"
    SpanishNieve en la chimeneaSnow on the Chimney
    French« Neige sur la fournaise »"Snow on the Furnace"
    Russian«Снег на горне»
    "Sneg na gorne"
    "Snow on the Hearth"
    Thai"Snow on the Hearth"
    VietnameseLò Hồng Chấm TuyếtSnow in Pink Furnace
    German„Schnee auf dem Herd“"Snow on the Hearth"
    Indonesian"Snow on the Hearth"
    Portuguese"Neve na Lareira""Snow at the Fireplace"
    1. Japanese: The dish's name is a slight modification of the phrase 紅炉上一点の雪 kouro-jou itten no yuki, taken from the 近思録 Kinshiroku (Chinese: 近思錄 Jìnsīlù), a book of philosophy compiled by the Chinese scholar Zhu Xi in 1176. Zhu Xi's work was greatly influential in both China and Japan. In context, the phrase means "[like a spot of snow on the burning hearth], self-interest/hesitation/doubt will melt away in an instant."

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    Released in Version 2.0

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