Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom locations guide

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Looking for the Sakura Bloom locations in Genshin Impact? Now that the Genshin Impact 2.0 update (opens in new tab) is here, there's plenty to keep you busy, such as a new Archon quest and new Genshin Impact characters (opens in new tab) to an entirely new region to explore. It's a big update, so let's get into one of the most important activities you'll be taking on.

If you've successfully wished for new character, Ayaka (opens in new tab), then you'll be hunting for Sakura Bloom, but it goes without saying that you'll need to unlock Inazuma (opens in new tab) first. But once you're there, you're all set to start farming this resource. Here are the Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom locations, as well as what it's used for.

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Genshin Impact Sakura Bloom locations 

You can find Sakura Bloom on Narukami, the largest of the three new islands. If you're unsure what to look for, keep an eye out for clusters of pink glowy petals floating together. This resource is dotted all over the island, but seems to be concentrated more in the northeast region. If you're still having trouble finding it, check the map above or the official interactive map (opens in new tab).

Once you find some, you'll need an Electro-based character—such as Keqing, Razor, Fischl, or Lisa—to harvest it. Attack the floating petals with your electric-powered moves and collect your reward.

This resource is the Ascension Material needed for the new 2.0 five-star Cryo character, Ayaka. It's also used to craft the food item, Sakura Tempura, or, if you prefer, you can plant them in your Serenitea Pot (opens in new tab) to add a bit of colour.

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