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A plant species that only grows in certain regions and islands of the ocean. Though it looks like a fungus of some sort, it actually comes from a substance secreted by certain soft-bodied organisms.
In the folktales told in a certain land, these mouthless, noseless creatures are the transformed souls of children who died young. As a form of punishment, they must spend endless years absorbing the elements within the sand and sea using their fragile bodies, piling them up and forming "Sea Ganoderma." And once the Ganoderma are fully formed, they shall be harvested.

Sea Ganoderma are a Local Specialty found in the wild all over Inazuma.

How to Obtain

Sea Ganoderma grows on beaches and tidal flats throughout Inazuma; many can notably be found around Kannazuka and Seirai Island.

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

Additionally, the following NPCs give Sea Ganoderma after following a certain dialogue branch for the first time:

Shop Availability

1 Shops that sell Sea Ganoderma:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Sea Ganoderma Sea Ganoderma Obata 1,000 5 Every 3 Days

Gardening

Icon_Orderly Meadow_Small.pngOrderly Meadow for 2 days 22 hours
  • Item Sea Ganoderma Cutting.png 1 Sea Ganoderma Cutting
  • Creates Sea Ganoderma Sea Ganoderma ×1

    Craft Usage

    No recipes use this item.

    Ascension Usage

    2 Characters use Sea Ganoderma for ascension:

    No Weapons use Sea Ganoderma for ascension.

    Trivia

    • Sea Ganoderma could be found in the Golden Apple Archipelago during Version 1.6. It was one of three Local Specialties that could be obtained then, the others being Dandelion Seeds from Mondstadt and Starconches from Liyue.
      • During Version 1.6, it was labeled as a "Regional Specialty."
    • It was first mentioned by Yae in the Chinese Version 1.5 Special Program, where she says that she brought two baskets of it for Ganyu to try.[1]
    • Ganoderma is a genus of mushrooms used in traditional Chinese medicine, which was considered the "mushroom of immortality" in ancient times.
      • The Korean name for Ganoderma (Korean: 불로초(不老草) Bullocho) literally means "grass of eternal youth."
    • Sea Ganoderma resembles wood ear mushrooms, a common ingredient in East Asian dishes. However, despite being described as fungus-like, Sea Ganoderma actually "comes from a substance secreted by certain soft-bodied organisms." By contrast, the Japanese name for wood ear mushrooms, kikurage (キクラゲ, lit. "wood jellyfish"), belies the fact that it is a fungus and not a jellyfish.
    • In Japan, the taxonomic name of the genus Ganoderma literally means "genus of ten-thousand-year mushrooms" (Japanese: マンネンタケ属 Mannentake-zoku).[2]

    Gallery

    Video Guides

    Farm Guide

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name Literal Meaning
    English Sea Ganoderma
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    海灵芝
    Hǎi-língzhī
    Sea Ganoderma
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    海靈芝
    Hǎi-língzhī
    Japanese ウミレイシ
    Umi-reishi
    Sea Ganoderma
    Korean 바다 불로초
    Bada Bullocho
    Sea Ganoderma
    Spanish Hongo marinoMarine Fungus
    French Ganoderma marinSea Ganoderma
    Russian Морской гриб
    Morskoy grib
    Sea Mushroom
    Thai Sea Ganoderma
    Vietnamese Hải Linh ChiSea Ganoderma
    German MeereslackporlingSea Ganoderma
    Indonesian Sea Ganoderma
    Portuguese Fungos MarítimosMaritime Fungi

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.6
    Version 2.0
    • Changed from Regional Specialty to Inazuma Local Specialty.

    Version 1.6

    • Sea Ganoderma was released.

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