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Genshin Impact Sakura bloom locations: How to farm Sakura Bloom

A rare blossom

Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom locations are some of the more difficult mat locations to track down, and once you do find them, there's an extra step before you can actually collect them.

You need an Electro character to make the sacred blooms materialize in a gatherable form. If you don't have Fischl or Yae Miko in your party, you can always bring Lisa along during your bloom gathering trips.

Its chief use outside of recipes is leveling up Ayaka and Ayato, and if you want to push both siblings to level 90, you'll need a lot of blooms - and a lot of patience. There are only 75 Sakura Bloom in Inazuma, so it'll take a while to get as many as you need

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Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom locations

Sakura Blooms are only found on Narukami Island. That’s the main island in Inazuma, where Inazuma City and Kamisato Manor are located. Most of them are around the Narukami Shrine and the mountain path leading up to it. Several are down in Mt Yougou itself, but you need to complete the Sacred Sakura Cleansing quest to access that area.>/p>

Some bloom clusters are floating around the edges of Inazuma City as well and around the southern edge of Chinju Forest.<.p>

Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom farming routes

Like other plant materials, Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom will respawn after two real-world days, so plan your farming around that. Despite the fact that Sakura Bloom comes from a plant, it isn't the full plant itself, which means you can't actually grow it in the Serenitea Pot. You can't buy Sakura Bloom anywhere either, so the only way to obtain more is by finding it in the wild.

Most of the gathering around the Shrine starts with you at the shrine teleport waypoint. The blooms around the shrine itself are mostly dotted around the mountain path leading up to the top. You don't have to worry about exploring too much to find them, unlike with the beetles for Itto and Heizou.

The shrine's height makes it a convenient point to start from for the surrounding blooms to your west and the stragglers between the shrine and the Kamisato Estate

The blooms south of the shrine and north of the forest are actually underground.

Finding the Sakura Bloom near Inazuma City is rather more straightforward - no fancy gliding or other exploration needed.

How to get Sakura Bloom in Genshin Impact

Unlike most other plant materials, getting Genshin Impact’s Sakura Blooms takes a bit of work. They’re similar to the Flaming Flower in that you’ll need to use an Elemental skill to reveal them.

Sakura Blooms appear as floating pink spots in the air. Use an Electro attack to make this visible, and then you can collect them and move on to the next.

What is Sakura Bloom for in Genshin Impact

Sakura Bloom’s primary use is leveling Ayaka and Ayato up, though it also has a place in some cooking recipes and in crafting the Electroculus Resonance Stone. If you don’t plan on trying to obtain Ayato and don't have Ayaka, you’re pretty much free to ignore Sakura Blooms.

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