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An Isolated Archipelago Far East of Teyvat
Overcome endless thunderstorms and set foot on the islands of red maple and cherry blossoms. On winding shores and towering cliffs, and in forests and mountains full of secrets, witness the Eternity pursued by Her Excellency, the Almighty Narukami Ogosho.

Inazuma (/ˌinəˈz(j)uːmə/, /iˈnɑːzumə/) (Japanese: 稲妻 Inazuma) is one of the seven nations in Teyvat. It is an archipelago nation that worships the Raiden Shogun, the Electro Archon, who is also the leader of its governing body, the Inazuma Shogunate. Inazuma is located approximately 4 km southeast from Liyue Harbor.

In the past year relative to the current events of the game, the situation in Inazuma has made a drastic turn towards isolationism, locked down under the Sakoku Decree. "Baal" also enacted the related Vision Hunt Decree, declaring that Visions, as gifts from the gods, should be in the sole hands of divinity — and is now rounding up all Visions in Inazuma to inlay them in the hands of a statue of the Thousand-Armed, Hundred-Eyed God.[3]

Atsuko, an Inazuman who defected to Liyue, describes the country as having a "tense" and "dangerous" environment and discourages traveling there; she also remarks that the Kanjobugyo, one of the Tri-Commission, conduct many assessments that citizens must pass in order to be given permission to leave Inazuma. She bypassed those assessments by making her own raft and fleeing to Liyue. However, the Fatui seem to be able to freely enter and exit due to their diplomatic immunity.[4]

Access into Inazuma is unlocked after reaching Adventure Rank 30 and completing the first part of the Archon Quest Chapter II: Act I - The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia.

Archon Quest Chapter II: Omnipresence Over Mortals takes place in this nation.

In the secluded land of the immortal Shogun, the Bakufu rules eternal. But what do mortals see of the eternity chased after by their god?

Dainsleif, Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail[5]


Inazuma features many Electro-based mechanics and environmental hazards, including:



Name Description Picture
Inazuma City, Narukami Island Inazuma's most lively and prosperous area, where most of Inazuma's population lives. From Hanamizaka to the streets of the city, you can follow the trail to visit local traditional shops and sample Inazuma specialties.

The Tenryou Commission is also located in the city, governing matters concerning public order and security, as well as the Shogunate's military affairs.

At the top of Inazuma City is Tenshukaku, where the Raiden Shogun resides and rules over Inazuma.

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Ritou, Narukami Island To properly explore the realm of the Shogun during this time of the Sakoku Decree, you must first pass the checkpoint in Ritou.

Ritou is under the jurisdiction of the Kanjou Commission and people need various documents to be granted passage. However, to get the necessary Travel Permit, you have to go through a very complicated procedure and have the right connections.

Without the Travel Permit, you can only stop briefly in Ritou. You will see other outlanders who are also stuck there, together looking out upon the desolate landscape of the fishing village with red maples and green roof tiles.

Konda Village, Narukami Island A small village located outside of Inazuma City. Konda Village.png
Chinju Forest, Narukami Island A tranquil and mysterious forest located at the foot of Mt. Yougou.

Here one can find Tanuki statues everywhere, torii gates scattered throughout the forest, and abandoned shrines hidden in the depths... Like a flowing river, they tell of legends meandering into a forgotten past.

Rumor has it that when walking in Chinju Forest, you may encounter mysterious beings who like to play pranks...

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Mt. Yougou, Narukami Island A mountain on Narukami Island, home to the Grand Narukami Shrine and Sacred Sakura. Mt Yougou.png
Grand Narukami Shrine, Mt. Yougou, Narukami Island The largest shrine in Inazuma, located at the peak of Mt. Yougou. It is dedicated to Her Excellency, the Almighty Narukami Ogosho.

For those who have wishes, they can climb to the top of the mountain one step at a time. For those who have gained the favor of Electro, they can use the Thunder Spheres to fly up and reach the shrine surrounded by the huge Sacred Sakura Tree. The Sacred Sakura is in constant bloom, symbolizing the eternity of Narukami.

After passing through the many torii gates, find the shrine maiden to draw a fortune slip and ask for Narukami's blessing.

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Tatarasuna, Kannazuka Legend has it that Kannazuka means "the hill where no gods reside." Until now, Kannazuka is disputed territory between the Shogunate and Sangonomiya.

Kannazuka has a mountainous terrain with high steep cliffs. In the midst of the rocky outcrops lies Mikage Furnace, the largest smelting facility in Inazuma. This is where Jade Steel is made, a rare material that is used in Inazuma to forge swords.

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Kujou Encampment, Kannazuka The Shogunate's military camp in Kannazuka.

There will always be an irreconcilable conflict between the people of Narukami who believe in the Raiden Shogun and the people of Sangonomiya who believe in Watatsumi Omikami. The strife between both parties has only worsened since the Vision Hunt Decree was enforced.

To put down the Sangonomiya rebellion, the Tenryou Commission has stationed the Shogun's Army here. Compared to the Sangonomiya forces, the Shogun's Army has more troops, is better trained, and is well-equipped. Victory seems assured for the latter.

Viewpoint Front Line, Kannazuka.png
Nazuchi Beach, Kannazuka Located between Yashiori Island and Kannazuka, Nazuchi Beach is a place ravaged by war. On the shallow coast, apart from Violet Ibis looking for a place to rest, there are torn flags and broken arrows of prior battles, as well as broken masts and shattered deck of shipwrecks.

As a result of the war, pirates and ronin infest the place searching for loot. Even the rare Dendrobium blooms in this place...

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Musoujin Gorge, Yashiori Island This narrow and majestic rift valley runs through the eastern part of Yashiori Island.

This extraordinary sight is no natural formation, but rather is the result of the fight in which the Electro Archon slayed the giant serpent. The rift valley is named after the Musou no Hitotachi, a testament to the Electro Archon's skilled swordsmanship.

To this day, the remains of the giant serpent are still scattered throughout Yashiori Island. The Tatarigami that emerged from this god's remains seem to be awakening...

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Serpent's Head, Yashiori Island Of the giant serpent that was defeated by the Electro Archon with the Musou no Hitotachi, only its weather-bleached remains are left today.

Although its skull still looks up at the sky defiantly, the god is already dead, and so the name of "Watatsumi Omikami" is gradually being forgotten.

Even if the giant serpent is long dead, you can still clearly feel the traces of its power left behind. Under the influence of the Tatarigami, Yashiori Island has been deserted by its inhabitants. What can be seen on the island are just endless rain and thunderstorms trying to wash away the remnants of the past.

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Points of Interest

Name Description Picture
Tenshukaku, Inazuma City, Narukami Island Revealed as a sneak peek in the Version 1.5 Special Program as: "The residence of the most exalted one in all of Inazuma. Standing tall on the highest point in the city, it watches over all under the Electro Archon's dominion." Tenshukaku.png
Sacred Sakura, Mt. Yougou, Narukami Island Sakura Tree located in the Grand Narukami Shrine. Sacred Sakura.png
Mikage Furnace, Tatarasuna, Kannazuka Revealed as a sneak peek in the Version 1.5 Special Program as: "The largest smelting facility in all the islands of Inazuma, surrounded by jagged, rocky terrain. War has brought production to a halt." Mikage Furnace.png
Komore Teahouse, Inazuma City, Narukami Island A teahouse mentioned in the Version 1.6 Special Program owned by Taroumaru, where only people who are approved by the Kamisato Clan are allowed to enter. Komore Teahouse Outside.png
Hollow tree in Mt. Kanna, Tsurumi Island Mentioned as a sneak peek in the Version 1.6 Special Program as: "A giant hollow tree that grows in the mountains. The shape of its leaves resembles birds. The direction in which these leaves have grown displays their hunger for what little light gets through." Screenshot (74).png
Depths of Mt. Yougou, Narukami Island Mentioned as a sneak peek in the Version 1.6 Special Program as: "The plant life here has grown gnarled and unnatural from growing in uttermost darkness. Something twisted seems to be sealed here." Depths of Mt. Yougou Concept Art.jpg
Uyuu Restaurant A restaurant referred to in Someone's Drifting Bottle and located in Hanamizaka. Uyuu Restaurant.png
Hanamizaka The market district and residential area located in Inazuma City. Viewpoint Suburbs, Inazuma City.png
Naganohara Fireworks A firework shop in Hanamizaka owned by Yoimiya and the Naganohara Family. Naganohara Fireworks.png
Sangonomiya Shrine A shrine located on Watatsumi Island. Watatsumi Island Sangonomiya Shrine.png


Playable Characters

10 Characters match the category selection:

Icon Name Rarity Element Weapon Sex Nation
Character Arataki Itto Thumb.png Arataki Itto 5 Stars Element Geo.png Geo Weapon-class-claymore-icon.png Claymore Male Inazuma
Character Gorou Thumb.png Gorou 4 Stars Element Geo.png Geo Weapon-class-bow-icon.png Bow Male Inazuma
Character Kaedehara Kazuha Thumb.png Kaedehara Kazuha 5 Stars Element Anemo.png Anemo Weapon-class-sword-icon.png Sword Male Inazuma
Character Kamisato Ayaka Thumb.png Kamisato Ayaka 5 Stars Element Cryo.png Cryo Weapon-class-sword-icon.png Sword Female Inazuma
Character Kujou Sara Thumb.png Kujou Sara 4 Stars Element Electro.png Electro Weapon-class-bow-icon.png Bow Female Inazuma
Character Raiden Shogun Thumb.png Raiden Shogun 5 Stars Element Electro.png Electro Weapon-class-polearm-icon.png Polearm Female Inazuma
Character Sangonomiya Kokomi Thumb.png Sangonomiya Kokomi 5 Stars Element Hydro.png Hydro Weapon-class-catalyst-icon.png Catalyst Female Inazuma
Character Sayu Thumb.png Sayu 4 Stars Element Anemo.png Anemo Weapon-class-claymore-icon.png Claymore Female Inazuma
Character Thoma Thumb.png Thoma 4 Stars Element Pyro.png Pyro Weapon-class-polearm-icon.png Polearm Male Inazuma
Character Yoimiya Thumb.png Yoimiya 5 Stars Element Pyro.png Pyro Weapon-class-bow-icon.png Bow Female Inazuma

Upcoming Characters

1 Characters match the category selection:

Icon Name Rarity Element Weapon Sex Nation
Character Yae Miko Thumb.png Yae Miko Element Electro.png Electro Female Inazuma



  • A competition called "This Novel Is Amazing!" is held periodically in Inazuma, by the Yae Publishing House, a giant of the Inazuma publishing industry.[6]
  • 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 unknown to the residents of Inazuma. The author is revealed to be Xingqiu.
  • Much like real-life Japan, Inazuma is currently only reachable by the sea around the islands.
  • According to Barbara, there are blue trees that exist by the sea shore near Inazuma City.[7]
  • In the trailer Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail, under the title of the quest Omnipresence Over Mortals, there is a line written in Teyvat's Latin script. It reads "Perpetua perennis impervia," which translates to "Perpetual, perennial, impervious."
  • Kaedehara Kazuha is the first playable character from Inazuma in the global release.
    • Kamisato Ayaka was available in a closed beta test version of the game, but wasn't released as part of the global release of the game until Version 2.0.
  • The storm barrier that was created as part of the Sakoku Decree is encountered as the climate A Nation Closed by Thunder when attempting to enter or leave Inazuma via ice bridging or Waverider. When players are too far in the storm barrier, they are teleported to Liyue Harbor if they tried to enter Inazuma or Ritou if they tried to exit Inazuma. This means that the only way to get to Inazuma for the first time is through the quest Setting Sail (Archon Quest Chapter II, Act I: The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia), during which the Teleport Waypoint at the docks of Ritou will be automatically unlocked, and the only way to enter and leave Inazuma afterwards is through activated Teleport Waypoints (including Portable Waypoints), Statues of The Seven, and Domains.
  • Celestia cannot be seen from Inazuma, unlike how it can be seen from Mondstadt and Liyue.
  • Inazuma currently has the most Normal Bosses with seven bosses; six on the main islands and one in Enkanomiya.
  • Inazuma's 5* characters currently outnumber their 4* counterparts, a stark contrast compared to Liyue and Mondstadt.


  • Inazuma is inspired by Japan. The name of the nation "Inazuma" (Japanese: 稲妻 Inadzuma) means "lightning" in Japanese.
    • "Inazuma" (Japanese: 稲妻 Inadzuma) in literal sense means "rice's wife." In ancient Japan, there was a lot of thunder during the rice fruition period, so there was a belief that lightning would produce rice, and thus Japanese found "rice's wife" as a nickname of thunder.
    • The Japanese word has two coexisting spellings in Modern Japanese: いなづま inadzuma (using づ, tsu with dakuten) and いなずま inazuma (using ず, su with dakuten). Since dzu and zu are pronounced identically in Modern Japanese,[8] many speakers today spell it with zu despite the proper spelling being with dzu.[9] The game officially uses the zu spelling (いなずま), meaning it should be romanized as "Inazuma" and not "Inadzuma."

Cultural References

  • The Sakoku Decree of Inazuma and collection of Visions parallels the real-life sakoku policy under the Japanese Tokugawa shogunate.
  • The Inazuma Shogunate, the ruling body of the country, is a direct reference to the same government used under the Japanese shogunate.
  • The Inazuman Emblem consists of traditional Japanese elements.
    • At the center of the emblem lies a torii, the sacred gate of a Shinto shrine.
    • Inside the torii gate, there is an Electro symbol, based on a mitsudomoe. Raijin, God of Thunder, often carries drums with mitsudomoe symbols.
    • The rounded rectangles seen at the both sides of the torii are called suyari-gasumi and represent clouds, fog, or haze in traditional Japanese paintings and woodblock prints.
    • Under the torii gate, three comma-shaped jewels are illustrated. Among these magatama beads, the most important one is Yasakani no Magatama, one of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan and the symbol of benevolence.
    • A sakura (cherry) blossom crowns the torii gate. In Japanese culture, it usually represents the aesthetics of mono no aware (Japanese: もののあはれ "the pathos of things"), or the awareness of impermanence, ephemeral beauty, and the gentle sadness of things. But considering the in-game Inazuman ideal "eternity",[10] in this case the sakura blossom may symbolize the "endless cycle of death and rebirth".[11]
  • The design and theme of the Watatsumi Island is the amalgamation of the Ryukyuan religion (indigenous belief system of southwestern islands in Japan) endorsed by the Ryukyu Kingdom (1429–1879; its capital was in Okinawa) and the sea-god Watatsumi mythology in mainland Japan, as the divine sea realm Nirai Kanai in Ryukyu and the sea dragon palace Ryuuguu-jou in the mainland are often identified with each other.
  • Names used in the Tsurumi Island are based on the Ainu language, spoken by the Ainu people, an indigenous people in now the northern part of Japan (such as Hokkaido Island) and now the southeasternmost part of Russia (such as Sakhalin Island).

Other Languages

Language Official Name
English Inazuma
Japanese いなずま
Korean 이나즈마
Spanish Inazuma
French Inazuma
Russian Инадзума
Thai Inazuma
Vietnamese Inazuma
German Inazuma
Indonesian Inazuma
Portuguese Inazuma

Change History

Released in Version 2.0


  1. Kamisato Ayaka's dialogue in With You
  2. Kaedehara Kazuha's Story 1
  3. Zhongli's dialogue in The Fond Farewell
  4. Tartaglia's Letters to Home mention sending souvenirs from Inazuma, while the letter was written during his stay in Liyue. Because Tartaglia arrived in Liyue shortly before the Traveler did, it can be assumed he traveled there from Inazuma.
  5. Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail
  6. Commission This Novel Is Amazing!
  7. Barbara's Voice-overs, "Anything to share..."
  8. Some dialects preserve the difference between the two sounds.
  9. As per proper 連濁れんだく (rendaku) rules in 現代げんだい仮名かなづか Gendai Kanadzukai, "Modern kana orthography"; the first syllable of tsuma is tsu, therefore it should exhibit sequential voicing and become dzu.
  10. According to Zhongli during The Fond Farewell
  11. The Japan Times. Ephemeral bliss: Castles in bloom