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Even on windless days, this plant will tremble lightly amid the cries of thunder. The part of it that resembles petals are in fact extensions of the leaves meant to protect the fragile flower.
The Naku Weed grows strongly in areas saturated with Electro energy. Due to its great affinity for lightning, it is often used by residents to predict storms. Stories tell that these plants are what the bake-danuki Ioroi stole from the Shogun's very own garden using its powers, before planting them throughout the islands. Even long after its punishment and disappearance, people still speak of Ioroi's many deeds.

Naku Weeds (Japanese: ぐさ Nagusa[1], "Cry Weed") are a Local Specialty found in the wild in some areas of Inazuma.

How to Obtain

Naku Weeds grow in areas of high Electro concentration throughout Inazuma; many can notably be found on Seirai Island, around Mikage Furnace and around Mt. Yougou.

See the gallery or the Teyvat Interactive Map for specific locations.

Shop Availability

1 Shops that sell Naku Weed:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Naku Weed Naku Weed Aoi 1,000 5 3 Days


Icon_Luxuriant Glebe_Small.pngLuxuriant Glebe for 2 days 22 hours
  • Item Naku Weed Seed.png 1 Naku Weed Seed
  • Creates Naku Weed Naku Weed ×1

    Craft Usage

    There are 1 items that can be crafted using Naku Weed:

    Item Craft Type Recipe
    Electroculus Resonance Stone Electroculus Resonance Stone Crafting Mora Mora ×500
    Sakura Bloom Sakura Bloom ×5
    Amethyst Lump Amethyst Lump ×1
    Naku Weed Naku Weed ×5

    Ascension Usage

    1 Characters use Naku Weed for ascension:

    No Weapons use Naku Weed for ascension.


    Video Guides


    • Naku (Japanese: ) is a Japanese verb meaning "to cry." In Japanese, the term "deer's cry weed" (Japanese: 鹿しかぐさ shikanagusa) is used as an alternative name for bush clovers (Japanese: はぎ hagi).[2] The name came from a tradition where both bush clovers and deer's cry are regarded as signs of the arrival of autumn (similar to the in-game tradition that the Naku Weed is used as a sign of the arrival of storms).

    Change History

    Released in Version 2.0


    1. 1.0 1.1 Traveler/Voice-Overs/Japanese 鳴草について… (About Naku Weed)
    2. Kotobank: はぎ (hagi) Definition (in Japanese)