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Anemoma Smithy (Japanese: 天目鍛冶屋 Amenoma Kaji-ya) is the weapon shop and forging station in Inazuma, located on the eastern end of Inazuma City. Its members practice the Amenoma Art, one of the bladesmithing schools in the Raiden Gokaden.

Description

In the Inazuman arts of sword-making, there is the tradition of the "Raiden Gokaden," five schools of the craft, of which the Amenoma Art is one. They will have no part in any cheap tricks in their smithing technique. Nay, they have only time for only boundless passion and willpower, which they pour into every hammer-stroke — thus are the Amenoma Art's works known throughout the entire Inazuman martial scene!

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NPCs

Before Starting Tatara Tales

Amenoma Smithy Advertisement Board: Due to my old age, only orders for forging exquisite Jade Steel swords and knives will be accepted.
Amenoma Smithy Advertisement Board: If you are looking to forge everyday ironware or ordinary weapons, please visit my disciple Hajime instead. Do not disturb me!

After Starting Tatara Tales

Amenoma Smithy Advertisement Board: Due to the temporary cessation of Jade Steel supplies, orders for exquisite Jade Steel swords and knives will not be accepted.
Amenoma Smithy Advertisement Board: If you are looking to forge everyday ironware or ordinary weapons, please visit my disciple Hajime instead. Do not disturb me!

Shop

The Amenoma Smithy shop menu can be accessed by speaking to Hajime. He has identical stock to Wagner and Master Zhang.

Item Item Mora.png Stock Total
Cost
Refreshes
Silver Sword Silver Sword 600 1 600 Daily
Old Merc's Pal Old Merc's Pal 600 1 600 Daily
Iron Point Iron Point 600 1 600 Daily
Pocket Grimoire Pocket Grimoire 600 1 600 Daily
Seasoned Hunter's Bow Seasoned Hunter's Bow 600 1 600 Daily
Total cost for all items
3,000

Lore

The Amenoma Art (Japanese: 天目流 Amenoma-ryuu, "Heavenly Eye Art") is one of the five schools in the Raiden Gokaden, Inazuma's five bladesmithing schools.

After Iwakura Doukei defeated Teruyo in a duel, he went on to establish the Iwakura Clan. He had the Amenoma master at the time forge a blade that would be passed down to each inheritor of the "In" title. This blade, the "Hakuen Michimitsu Amenoma," disappears following Iwakura Kouzou's death during the Iwakura Art's Downfall, while the Amenoma Kageuchi, a second copy of the sword, was given by Doukei to the Saimon Clan and is later given to the Traveler.[1][2]

The Amenoma Art is the only school that emerged completely unscathed during Scaramouche's revenge plot against "the bladesmith," which likely refers to Mikoshi Nagamasa, whom he came into conflict with at Tatarasuna around 500 years ago.[3]

Trivia

Etymology

  • Amenoma (Japanese: 天目 "Heavenly Eye") is most likely a reference to Ame no Mahitotsu no Kami (Japanese: 天目一箇神 "Heavenly One-Eyed God"),[4] a god of metalworking and blacksmithing in Japanese mythology.

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Amenoma Smithy
Chinese
(Simplified)
天目锻冶屋
Tiānmù Duànyěwū
Chinese reading of Japanese name
Chinese
(Traditional)
天目鍛冶屋
Tiānmù Duànyěwū
Japanese 天目鍛冶屋
Amenoma Kaji-ya[!]
Heavenly Eye Blacksmith
Korean 아메노마 대장
Amenoma Daejanggan
Amenoma Blacksmith
Spanish Herrería AmenomaAmenoma Blacksmith
French Forge d'AmenomaForge of Amenoma
Russian Кузница Амэнома
Kuznitsa Amenoma
Thai ร้านตีเหล็ก Amenoma
Ran ti lek Amenoma
Vietnamese Xưởng Rèn Amenoma
German Amenomas SchmiedeAmenoma's Smithy
Indonesian Amenoma Smithy
Portuguese Ferraria Amenoma

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

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