Act II: Omnipresence Over Mortals takes place in this region.
- Inazuma (Japanese: 稲妻 Inadzuma) means "lightning" in Japanese.
- The Hepburn romanization of 稲妻 is "Inazuma," the spelling used in the game. However, the Nihon-shiki and Kunrei-shiki romanizations are both "Inaduma," due to the third syllable being a tsu with dakuten (づ) and not a su with dakuten (ず). Though the third syllable is sometimes casually romanized as "dzu," no formal romanization system uses that spelling. These romanizations are all pronounced the same way. The づ kana is no longer used in Modern kana orthography and only exists due to rendaku.
- Inazuma is referred to by Atsuko, a native of Inazuma, as having a "tense" and "dangerous" environment.
- According to Chang the Ninth, a competition called "This Novel Is Amazing!" is held periodically in Inazuma, by the Yae Publishing House, a giant of the Inazuma publishing industry.
- According to Xu, a novel called "A Legend of Sword" is "all the rage in Inazuma right now." It was written by an author in Liyue, although the exact person is not mentioned.
- Much like real-life Japan, Inazuma has been hinted as an island only reachable by water. It has been mentioned that there are sailors with boats bound to Inazuma in Liyue Harbor.
- Inazuma is apparently infamously difficult to enter and leave. According to Atsuko, the Kanjobugyo conduct many assessments that citizens must pass in order to be given permission to leave Inazuma. She mentions that she made her own raft and defected from Inazuma to Liyue.
- According to Barbara, there are blue trees that exist by the sea shore near Inazuma City.
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