Genshin Impact Naku Weed locations guide

Learn the best places to find Naku Weed locations in Genshin Impact as you explore Inazuma.

Naku Weed is a new Genshin Impact resource added in the 2.0 update. The plant is exclusive to Inazuma, so you’ll need to travel across the seas to explore the new lands if you want to find Naku Weed in Genshin Impact. To help you out, we’ve put together a quick guide to the best Naku Weed locations in Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact Naku Weed locations guide

Genshin Impact Naku Weed locations guide farming
 
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To find Naku Weed locations, you need to head to Inazuma, the new location added in Genshin Impact’s 2.0 update. Naku Weed is a small purple plant that appears in several spots across the islands of the nation, but the best region by far is Tatarasuna on Kannazuka island. You’ll want to look on the cliffs to the northeast of Mikage Forge, as shown above. As with much of Inazuma, there’s a lot of verticality here, so be prepared to search high and low. You’ll also find the Pyro Hypostasis on the island, but you should expect quitte a fight if you’re planning to take that on.

Where to find Naku weed genshin impact guide
 
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If that area isn’t to your tastes or you’re looking to farm more, you can also find Naku Weed locations in Genshin Impact while exploring the northern island of Narukami. They’re situated around the center of the island, at Grand Narukami Shrine and around the inner section of Mt. Yougou.

Naku Weed appear in clumps close to water, so keep an eye out for collections of pink and purple plants sprouting near to lilies in the water’s edge. You’ll usually find several in one location, making them fairly easy to collect.

That’s all we can teach you about Naku Weed locations in Genshin Impact but Inazuma has introduced loads of other new items to find including Sakura Blossoms. Head to our hub page for the game to keep up to date on all the resources like Sakura Blooms you’ll want for character ascensions and recipes.

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