In Genshin Impact, Inazuma is a city in Teyvat that worships Baal, the electro Archon. Currently, Inazuma is a very isolated city due to the Sakoku Decree. Anyone who wants to enter or leave Inazuma must pass a strict assessment conducted by the Kanjobugyo to obtain permission.
This city is now available to visit in-game, thanks to update 2.0 that launched on July 21. If you’re curious about the isolated area, our Genshin Impact Inazuma guide is here to help. Read on to learn more about how to get there, the characters, and the map. We will keep this guide up to date with any information we find.
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How do you get to Inazuma?
Don’t fret, it’s fairly easy to get to Inazuma. Here are the requirements you need to meet in order to reach the gorgeous new land
- Reach adventure level 30 or higher.
- Complete the ‘Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves’ archon quest.
Once you reach both of those requirements, you will find ‘The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia’ archon quest in the quest menu. Simply complete the quest, and you will board a ship on its way to Inazuma.
What characters are from Inazuma?
Currently, the only playable character from Inazuma is Genshin Impact’s Kazuha. You can expect Genshin Impact’s Ayaka, Genshin Impact’s Sayu, Genshin Impact’s Yoimiya, Genshin Impact’s Gorou, and Genshin Impact’s Yae Sakura to show up in Teyvat alongside the release of Inazuma.
What does the Genshin Impact Inazuma map look like?
Here’s everything you need to know about each of the areas in Inazuma.
Mihoyo revealed this area during the update 1.5 special programme. You can find the Grand Narukami Shrine on the mountain and the city of Inazuma on the coast.
Mihoyo gave us a sneak peek at Yashiori Island during the update 1.5 special programme. You can find the skeleton of a massive snake here.
Mihoyo revealed Seirai Island during the update 1.6 special programme. The centre of the island is consumed by an eternal storm.
Mihoyo gave us a sneak peek at Tsurumi Island during the update 1.6 special programme. It’s a mysterious island covered in fog.
Mihoyo revealed Watatsumi Island during the update 1.6 special programme. The colour of the foliage here is distinct from other areas.
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