Roses Location Lost Judgment

The Lost Judgment roses location is the place where you can find the flower necessary to progress your quest chain with Iyama. There are two ways that you can solve this problem, but only one of them is free. So, in our Roses Location Lost Judgment guide, we’ll show you where to find roses for Iyama and how to get them. It’s fairly simple once you know what to do.

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Roses Location Lost Judgment

Where to Find Roses in Lost Judgment

To find the location of roses in Lost Judgment for Iyama, there are actually two things you can do. The first one is to simply visit the flower shop in Hamakita Park. By that, I mean just go to the van called Flowers 2 Go. Once there, you can purchase roses for 1,280 yen a pop. This is definitely the easiest and quickest way to complete this step, but it does cost you. If you have the money to spend, by all means, knock yourself out. However, there’s also a way to do it without spending a dime.

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Rather than visiting the Flowers 2 Go van, you can instead go ahead and search the entire park and pick up every single item you can find on the ground. You know, the usual white, glowy things that you can find all over the game. We found a rose in the location provided below, but to find Lost Judgment roses locations, you might have to search the park more thoroughly. Basically, collect every single thing you find until you run into a rose. After you do, report back to Iyama to get your next mission.

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Search the park for roses

And that’s about all there is to it for this guide. Feel free to check out some of our other articles on Lost Judgment if you’re having trouble with something else in the game. For example, we’ve got guides like What Pushed Chairman Towards Taking Action Against Bullying, Mugwort Location, and Secret on How to Stop The Bullying Choices.

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