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Sakura-Hued Street is an outdoor gift set favored by the companions: Yoimiya and Thoma.

The blueprint is obtainable from a Remarkable Chest on Tsurumi Island. The Remarkable Chest is available after unlocking Octave of the Maushiro.

How to Obtain

Obtained from a Remarkable Chest south of the Teleport Waypoint at Shirikoro Peak on Tsurumi Island.

The gadget Peculiar Pinion is required to activate Mysterious Carvings inside the Thunder Barrier. Afterwards, there will be another Thunder Barrier on the opposite side. Use an Electrograna to get inside the barrier and open the chest.

Required Furnishings

Companion Favors

The following characters favor this Gift Set.

Character Rewards
Item Mora.png 20,000 Mora
Item Mora.png 20,000 Mora

Special Dialogue

If a character's favorite furnishing set is placed in the same realm as the character for the first time, the character will automatically teleport to the furnishing set. Interacting with the character will initiate a special dialogue, after which the character will teleport back to their original position.

Yoimiya: Yes! This is the kind of atmosphere I live for, I absolutely love it!
Yoimiya: I'm super impressed, it's pretty amazing that you managed to do this place up like a shopping street. Is there a Naganohara Fireworks here, too? I wanna go find it!
Yoimiya: Come on, come with me! After all the effort you've put into this place, we should have some fun here!
Thoma: Great job here, you really know what you're doing! If you placed this in Inazuma, you could probably steal a good chunk of business from Hanamizaka.
Thoma: Shame I can't flex my "fixer" muscles around here. In other words... no discounts for Thoma.
Thoma: I won't let that affect our outings here though. Food and drink's on me, hehe.

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Sakura-Hued Street
Chinese
(Simplified)
樱染的街巷
Yīng Rǎn de Jiē Xiàng
Sakura-Dyed Streets
Chinese
(Traditional)
櫻染的街巷
Yīng Rǎn de Jiē Xiàng
Japanese 櫻染の通り
Sakurashimi no Toori[!]
Sakura-Dyed Street
Korean 벚꽃으로 물든 거리
Spanish Calle de la arboleda
French Rue de teinte ceriseCherry Tint Street
Russian Улица цвета сакуры
Ulitsa tsveta sakury
Thai ถนนสายซากุระ
Vietnamese Phố Hoa Anh Đào
German Straße der SakuraStreet of Sakura
Indonesian Jalan SakuraSakura Street
Portuguese Rua de Cor SakuraSakura-Colored Street

Change History

Released in Version 2.2

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