Inazuma Bow Genshin Impact - Hamayumi Bow Blueprint Location

The Genshin Impact Inazuma Bow, aka the Hamayumi Bow, is a craftable weapon in the game that you can make after you find the location of its blueprint. Unfortunately, the process to get the Hamayumi Bow is not as simple as you might want it to be. You have to take it to a specific NPC and bring them a select item, every day, for a whole week. To help you out on this journey, here’s our Inazuma Bow Genshin Impact – Hamayumi Bow Blueprint Location guide.

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Inazuma Bow Genshin Impact – Hamayumi Bow Blueprint Location

Where to Find Genshin Impact Inazuma Bow – How to Get Hamayumi Bow Blueprint

To find the location of the Inazuma Bow in Genshin Impact, aka get the Hamayumi Bow blueprint, you need to give Mysterious Conches to Takashi for seven days straight. If you haven’t yet come across this NPC, I recommend checking out our Takashi Mysterious Conch Genshin Impact guide for a detailed rundown. Here’s a quick explanation – Takashi is a guy that you can find on the small peninsula in the north of the island of Tatarasuna. His house is on the beach in the west of said peninsula. It’s hard to miss, since it’s built around a large boulder that looks like a conch.

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Takashi has three chests behind him, and you can only open them if you give him Mysterious Conches, many of which can be found around the peninsula. Bring one conch, and you get to open one chest. The whole thing resets every day. Bring Takashi one conch each day, and after seven days, you should get the Genshin Impact Inazuma Hamayumi Bow blueprint. This also unlocks the “Thank you, come again” hidden achievement. All that’s left to do after that is to study the blueprint in your inventory, and then take it to Hajime in Inazuma City. He will craft the bow for you.

While you’re at it, keep in mind that you can take three conches to Takashi every day, so you might as well open all three chests each time you pay him a visit. It seems that one a day works for getting the bow, but there’s no reason to leave the other two chests unopened. Of course, if you don’t want to keep looking for conches, that’s up to you.

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