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Tsukumomono Groceries is a shop run by Aoi that can be found in Inazuma that sells Cooking Ingredients. The supplies restock daily. The shop lacks the map marker normally present on the other two General Goods shops in Mondstadt and Liyue.

Reach Reputation Rank 4 in Inazuma to gain a 10% Discount.

Shop

The Tsukumomono Groceries shop menu can be accessed by speaking to Aoi.

Item Item Mora.png Stock Total
Cost
Refreshes
Salt Salt 60
(50)
100 6,000
(5,000)
Daily
Pepper Pepper 80
(70)
100 8,000
(7,000)
Daily
Onion Onion 80
(70)
100 8,000
(7,000)
Daily
Milk Milk 100
(90)
100 10,000
(9,000)
Daily
Tomato Tomato 120
(105)
100 12,000
(10,500)
Daily
Cabbage Cabbage 120
(105)
100 12,000
(10,500)
Daily
Potato Potato 120
(105)
100 12,000
(10,500)
Daily
Wheat Wheat 100
(90)
100 10,000
(9,000)
Daily
Rice Rice 100
(90)
100 10,000
(9,000)
Daily
Shrimp Meat Shrimp Meat 120
(105)
100 12,000
(10,500)
Daily
Tofu Tofu 100
(90)
100 10,000
(9,000)
Daily
Naku Weed Naku Weed 1,000
(900)
5 5,000
(4,500)
3 Days
Total cost for all items
115,000
(101,500)

Brackets indicate cost after reputation discount.

NPCs

Interactables

(Before finishing Radiant Sakura)
Tsukumomono Groceries Advertisement Board: Tsukumomono Groceries — we've got everything here!
Tsukumomono Groceries Advertisement Board: (Excluding merchandise prohibited by the Sakoku Decree)
(After finishing Radiant Sakura)
Tsukumomono Groceries Advertisement Board: Tsukumomono Groceries — we've got everything here!
Tsukumomono Groceries Advertisement Board: (Excluding merchandise prohibited by law)

Trivia

  • Although Rice, Shrimp Meat and Tofu are sold here, the in-game source descriptions for these items only mention them being sold in Liyue.
  • The English version uses the native reading mono for the suffix of the shop (物, lit. "thing"), whereas the Japanese version uses its Sino-Japanese reading butsu.
  • The name of the shop (九十九物, lit. "Ninety Nine Things" or fig. "Many Things") may be an allusion to tsukumogami (付喪神), literally meaning "tool kami (god)," or spirits in the Japanese folklore who are said to dwell in aged objects.

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishTsukumomono Groceries
Chinese
(Simplified)
九十九物
Jiǔshíjiǔ-wù
Ninety-Nine Things
Chinese
(Traditional)
九十九物
Jiǔshíjiǔ-wù
Japanese九十九つくもぶつ
Tsukumo-butsu[1]
Ninety-Nine Things[• 1]
Korean99 잡화점
Gugu Japhwa-jeom[2]
99 General Store
SpanishBazar TsukumomonoTsukumomono Bazaar
FrenchÉpicerie TsukumomonoTsukumomono Grocery Store
RussianЦукумомоно
Tsukumomono
Thaiร้านขายของชำ Tsukumomono
Ran khai khongcham Tsukumomono
VietnameseTiệm Tạp Hóa TsukumomonoTsukumomono Grocery Store
GermanTsukumomono-GeschäftTsukumomono Shop
IndonesianTsukumomono Groceries
PortugueseMercearia TsukumomonoTsukumomono Grocery Store
  1. Japanese: "Tsukumo" (Japanese: 九十九つくも tsukumo, lit. "ninety-nine") can also be used more broadly to mean "many" (in this case, "many things").

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

References

  1. Archon Quest, Chapter II, Act I: To Treat the Well-Meaning Well (Japanese Voice-Over)
  2. Archon Quest, Chapter II, Act I: To Treat the Well-Meaning Well (Korean Voice-Over)

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