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This ring of islands surrounded by jagged, rocky terrain is the perfect topographic barrier to the Shogunate's smelting facilities. The magnificent Blast Furnace here is used to produce a steady stream of high-quality Jade Steel for Inazuma. Recently, however, due to the war, the Mikage Furnace that drove the production has been damaged.

The center of the Shogunate's weapon production. Large-scale production has been halted by warfare, but the furnace remains warm, as if awaiting a chance to start up again.

Expedition description

Tatarasuna (Japanese: たたら砂 Tatara-suna) is a subarea in Kannazuka, Inazuma.

Features

Domains

1 Domain matches the category selection:

Exploration

Enemies

Common Enemies

Elite Enemies

Local Specialties

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Mikage Furnace Revealed as a sneak peek in the Version 1.5 Special Program as: "The largest smelting facility in all the islands of Inazuma, surrounded by jagged, rocky terrain. War has brought production to a halt." Mikage Furnace.png
The Arsenal A cave located underneath Tatarasuna, near the Mikage Furnace. The Arsenal.png

NPCs

Lore

Rather Aged Notes

Trivia

  • The tatara is a traditional Japanese furnace used for smelting iron and steel, such as in sword-making.
    • Tatara originally referred to only the foot bellows used in the furnace.

Gallery

Video Guides

Unlocking Tatarasuna Guide

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishTatarasuna
Chinese
(Simplified)
踏鞴砂
Tàbèi-shā
Chinese reading of Japanese name[• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
踏鞴砂
Tàbèi-shā
Japaneseたたらすな
Tatara-suna[1]
Tatara Sands
Korean타타라스나
Tataraseuna
Tatarasuna
SpanishTatarasuna
FrenchTatarasuna
RussianТатарасуна
Tatarasuna
ThaiTatarasuna
VietnameseTatarasuna
GermanTatarasuna
IndonesianTatarasuna
PortugueseTatarasuna
  1. Chinese: Based on possible kanji for Japanese name.

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

References

  1. Map, Label: Tatarasuna (Japanese)

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