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A fruit with gorgeous skin. The flesh within transforms into food with a unique mouthfeel when cooked.
In Inazuma, there is a traditional art that involves using the outer skins of these fruits to make dye. They say that Konda Village once planted Lavender Melons and that they were famed for their secret "Konda Dye" art, by which they produced truly lovely fabric.

Lavender Melons are a Cooking Ingredient commonly found in the wild all over Inazuma.

How to Obtain

Lavender Melons grow in groups of three on Cuihua Trees in Inazuma, and can be harvested by either climbing or hitting the tree to make them fall within the player's reach. Dropped Lavender Melons may also be found on crates and tables of urbanized areas. They are most commonly found around Kujou Encampment, Jakotsu Mine and Bourou Village.

See the Video Guides section or the Teyvat Interactive Map for specific locations.

Shop Availability

1 Shops that sell Lavender Melon:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon Shimura Kanbei 240 10 Every 3 Days

Craft Usage

There are 8 items that can be crafted using Lavender Melon:

Item Craft Type Recipe
More-and-More More-and-More Cooking Fish Fish ×3
Bacon Bacon ×2
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×1
Flour Flour ×1
Rice Cake Soup Rice Cake Soup Cooking Sausage Sausage ×2
Tofu Tofu ×1
Fish Fish ×1
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×1
Five Pickled Treasures Five Pickled Treasures Cooking Radish Radish ×2
Carrot Carrot ×2
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×2
Seagrass Seagrass ×2
Konda Cuisine Konda Cuisine Cooking Fowl Fowl ×3
Snapdragon Snapdragon ×2
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×2
Mushroom Mushroom ×1
Quiet Elegance Quiet Elegance Cooking Shrimp Meat Shrimp Meat ×4
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×2
Sakura Bloom Sakura Bloom ×2
Flour Flour ×1
Rainbow Aster Rainbow Aster Cooking Milk Milk ×3
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×2
Calla Lily Calla Lily ×2
Mint Mint ×1
Sakura Tempura Sakura Tempura Cooking Shrimp Meat Shrimp Meat ×4
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×2
Sakura Bloom Sakura Bloom ×2
Flour Flour ×1
Imported Poultry Imported Poultry Cooking Fowl Fowl ×4
Lavender Melon Lavender Melon ×3
Flour Flour ×2
Bird Egg Bird Egg ×2

Trivia

  • Sumire Uri is a Japanese reading of the kanji 菫瓜, which is also the Chinese name of the fruit.
  • "Sumire" (Japanese: スミレ/菫) refers to the flower Viola mandshurica, which is a species of violet.
  • The Lavender Melon is mentioned in Volume 6 of Someone's Diary. According to the author, lavender melons tastes astringent and eating the skin turned his teeth and tongue purple.
  • Despite not being flowers at all, Lavender Melons are often used in the making of "Flower" paints, one of the two types of paint traditionally used in Inazuma.[1]
  • The Lavender Melon may be based on the real life fruit, the purple Akebia. This fruit is commonly found in Japan and acts as an indicator of the changing seasons when it "blooms." The fact that it is never seen "blooming" in-game may be a nod to Inazuma's theme of eternity.

Gallery

Video Guides

Farm Guide

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Lavender Melon
Chinese
(Simplified)
堇瓜
Jǐn Guā
Violet Melon[• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
堇瓜
Jǐn Guā
Japanese スミレウリ
Sumire uri
Violet Melon[• 2]
Korean 제비꽃 열매
Jebikkot Yeolmae
Violet Fruit[• 3]
Spanish Calavanda
French Melon lavandeLavender Melon
Russian Фиалковая дыня
Fialkovaya dynya
Violet Melon
Thai Lavender Melon
Vietnamese Dưa TímPurple Melon
German LavendelmeloneLavender Melon
Indonesian Lavender Melon
Portuguese Melão de LavandaLavender Melon
  1. ZH: Violet refers to the flower.
  2. JA: Violet refers to the flower.
  3. KO: Violet refers to the flower.

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

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