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Kannazuka (Japanese: かんづか Kanna-dzuka) is an area in Inazuma.

Behind the rocky outcrops lies Mikage Furnace, the largest smelting facility in Inazuma and is also home to the battlefront fortress of the Shogunate's forces.

It is considered to be disputed territory between the Inazuma Shogunate and the Watatsumi Army. The area neither belongs to both armies and neither Inazuman faith nor Sangonomiya faith has any influence.[1] For this reason, this area is called Kannazuka, which means "the hill where no gods reside."[2]

Subareas

Name Description Image
Tatarasuna 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 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.
Kujou Encampment.png

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Mikage Furnace, Tatarasuna 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
The Arsenal, Tatarasuna A cave located underneath Tatarasuna, near the Mikage Furnace. The Arsenal.png

Notable Features

Quests

11 Quests match the category selection:

Domains

2 Domains match the category selection:

Bosses

Local Specialties

Hidden Exploration Objectives

1 Hidden Exploration Objectives match the category selection:

Interactables

Trivia

  • Kannazuka was first seen in the Version 1.5 Special Program.
  • Even though Kannazuka was "the hill where no gods reside", it seems to be housing a powerful entity beneath the land, sealed by the Thunder Sakuras.[1]

Etymology

  • Kannazuka is derived from Japanese Kanna-dzuka (Japanese: かんづか), which can mean "the mound where gods are absent."

Soundtracks

7 Soundtracks play in Kannazuka:

No. Soundtrack Name Album Played In
47 Another Conflict Incoming Realm of Tranquil Eternity Kannazuka
44 Dirge of the Soundless Realm of Tranquil Eternity Kannazuka
45 Nothing but Ivy Realm of Tranquil Eternity Araumi, Kannazuka
46 Shadow of War Realm of Tranquil Eternity Kannazuka
38 Silent Testimony Realm of Tranquil Eternity Araumi, Kannazuka
39 Soul of Soulless Conditions Realm of Tranquil Eternity Kannazuka
43 The Lost Mound Realm of Tranquil Eternity Araumi, Kannazuka

Video Guides

Electroculus Locations Guide
Puzzle Cubes & Relay Stones Guide
Secret Chest & Hidden Walls Locations Guide

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishKannazuka
Chinese
(Simplified)
神无冢
Shénwú-zhǒng
Chinese reading of Japanese name
Chinese
(Traditional)
神無塚
Shénwú-zhǒng
Japaneseかんづか
Kanna-dzuka[3]
Godless Mound
Korean칸나즈카
Kannajeuka
Kannazuka
SpanishKannazuka
FrenchKannazuka
RussianКаннадзука
Kannadzuka
ThaiKannazuka
VietnameseKannazuka
GermanKannazuka
IndonesianKannazuka
PortugueseKannazuka

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 World Quest: Sakura Arborism
  2. NPC Dialogue: Miyazaki Saburou
  3. Map, Label: Kannazuka (Japanese)

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