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A sight witnessed by all inbound travelers to Inazuma. The Grand Narukami Shrine and Sacred Sakura on the mountain, and the city of Inazuma on the coast.

Version 1.5 Special Program

Narukami Island (Japanese: なるかみじま Narukami-jima) is an island in Inazuma. The area spans across Ritou, its port of entry, to Mt. Yougou which is home to the Grand Narukami Shrine, and on its coast is Inazuma City. It also has a mass of dense forests under the moonlight and underwater ruins alike.

It is where the Inazuma Shogunate primarily takes rule, enforcing policies and laws in accordance to the Sakoku Decree. Inazuman public festivals and cultural events are being held here.

Subareas

Name Description Image
Amakane Island A festival island located to the north-west of Inazuma City. Amakane Island.png
Araumi Features a large underground area. Araumi.png
Byakko Plain Separating Konda Village and Inazuma City, many wild foxes can be found here. Byakko Plain.png
Chinju Forest 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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Jinren Island A group of broken isles at the northernmost tip of Inazuma. Jinren Island.png
Inazuma City 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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Mt. Yougou A mountain on Narukami Island, home to the Grand Narukami Shrine and Sacred Sakura. Mt Yougou.png
Grand Narukami Shrine 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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Ritou 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.
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Konda Village A small village located outside of Inazuma City. Konda Village.png
Kamisato Estate The residence of the Kamisato Clan that oversees the Yashiro Commission. Kamisato Estate.png

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Depths of Mt. Yougou, Mt. Yougou 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
Hanamizaka, Inazuma City Hanamizaka occupies the outskirts of Inazuma City between Byakko Plain and Tenryou. Within Hanamizaka, one can find: Viewpoint Suburbs, Inazuma City.png
Sacred Sakura, Grand Narukami Shrine Sakura Tree located in the Grand Narukami Shrine. Sacred Sakura.png
Tenryou, Inazuma City Among the streets of Tenryou is the famous Commercial Street — the busiest street in all of Inazuma. There are several stores and restaurants home to these streets: Viewpoint Tenryou, Inazuma City.png
Tenshukaku, Inazuma City The Tenshukaku compound occupies the southern half of Inazuma City. It is the highest point in the city and serves as the residence of the Raiden Shogun and as the headquarters of the Tenryou Commission. Also, within Tenshukaku, one can find: Tenshukaku.png
Uyuu Restaurant, Inazuma City A restaurant referred to in Someone's Drifting Bottle and located in Hanamizaka. Uyuu Restaurant.png

Notable Features

Quests

33 Quests match the category selection:

Domains

4 Domains match the category selection:

Bosses

Local Specialties

Hidden Exploration Objectives

1 Hidden Exploration Objectives match the category selection:

Trivia

Etymology

  • Narukami (Japanese: 鳴る神 "roaring god") may refer to Raijin, the god of lightning, thunder and storms in Japanese mythology.
    • It may also refer to the Raiden Shogun's other title, "Narukami Ogosho."

Soundtrack

10 Soundtracks play in Narukami Island:

No. Soundtrack Name Album Played In
14 Everlasting Devotion Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
18 Flickering Sakura Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
16 Hanachirusato Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
13 Her Legacy Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island, Silken Courtyard (Day)
15 Kitsune's Mask Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island, animated cutscene in With You
12 Sakura-Scented Kiseru Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
19 Sigh of an Old Friend Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
11 The Mysterious Islands Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
10 Thoughts of Lightning Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island
17 Time to Say Farewell Realm of Tranquil Eternity Narukami Island

Gallery

Video Guides

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

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Narukami Island
Chinese
(Simplified)
鸣神岛
Míngshén-dǎo
Chinese reading of Japanese name
Chinese
(Traditional)
鳴神島
Míngshén-dǎo
Japanese なるかみじま
Narukami-jima[1]
Thunder God Island
Korean 나루카미섬
Narukami-seom
Narukami Island
Spanish Isla NarukamiNarukami Island
French Île de NarukamiNarukami Island
Russian Остров Наруками
Ostrov Narukami
Narukami Island
Thai Narukami Island
Vietnamese Đảo NarukamiNarukami Island
German Narukami
Indonesian Narukami Island
Portuguese Ilha NarukamiNarukami Island

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

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