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Here the Raiden Shogun once faced a large serpent that attacked from Watatsumi Island. To slay her opponent, the Raiden Shogun dealt a thunderous slash. But because her power was too strong, not only was the great serpent severed on the spot, the whole island was also cleaved into two. Now, you can see the remains of the great serpent when you set foot on Yashiori Island, and the island is divided into north and south as if neatly sliced by a blade.

Version 2.0 Special Program

Musoujin Gorge (Japanese: 無想刃狭間 Musoujin Hazama) is located in the eastern part of Yashiori Island, Inazuma. It was formed during a battle between the Raiden Shogun and Orobashi. The Raiden Shogun performed Musou no Hitotachi, her divine judgement, and cleaved both the serpent and the island. The Tatarigami have emerged from the serpent's remains.[1]

The Musoujin Gorge is affected by Balethunder which will result in continuous HP loss unless Thunderwood is nearby or the player is carrying an Electrogranum. There are Thunder Sakura Boughs throughout the gorge that the player can interact with to summon Electrogranum and stay protected from the Balethunder. There is also a river of Electro Water which will drain the active character's HP even faster than Balethunder.


According to the legend, the strike that brought and end to the serpent god was slashed right here. In this deep canyon that runs through Yashiori Island, the remnant reverberations of lightning bolts continue to this day, as if the thunder elves are still chattering about the legendary scene that tore through the sky and the earth thousands of years ago.


A certain power once split Yashiori Island clean in twain.
The giant serpent's will and dreams were ended, but its lingering malice broods still in the gloom of this gorge...

Expedition description

Lost Text

There is a Lost Text located southeast of Musoujin Gorge.



  • The area's name is derived from the Raiden Shogun's Musou no Hitotachi (Japanese: 無想の一太刀).[1]

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Musoujin Gorge
Wúxiǎngrèn Xiájiān
Chinese reading of Japanese name
Wúxiǎngrèn Xiájiān
Japanese そうじんはざ
Musoujin Hazama[2]
Musou Blade Gorge
Korean 무상도협곡
Musangdo-ui Hyeopgok
Gorge of the Musou Sword
Spanish Garganta Musoujin Musoujin Gorge
French Gorges de Musoujin Musoujin Gorges
Russian Ущелье Мусодзин
Ushchel'ye Musodzin
Musoujin Gorge
Thai Musoujin Gorge
Vietnamese Hẻm Núi Musoujin Musoujin Canyon
German Musoujin-Schlucht Musoujin Gorge
Indonesian Musoujin Gorge
Portuguese Garganta Musoujin Musoujin Gorge

Change History

Released in Version 2.0


  1. 1.0 1.1 Inazuma Travel Highlights: Musoujin Gorge
  2. Japanese voiceline in Those Who Yearn For the Gods' Gaze.