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Genshin Impact guide: Inazuma weapon blueprint locations

There are five weapon blueprints to find in Inazuma

Kaeya holds up an Inazuman sword Image: Mihoyo via Polygon
Julia Lee (she/her) is a guides producer, writing guides for games like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Genshin Impact. She helped launch the Rift Herald in 2016.

Genshin Impact has diagrams and forging blueprints for a variety of weapons, but if you want the weapons from Inazuma, you’ll need to complete various world quests. Our Genshin Impact guide shows you how to get every Inazuma weapon and which world quests give you Inazuman weapons.

There’s a diagram for each weapon type:

  • Hakushin Ring (Catalyst)
  • Amenoma Kageuchi (Sword)
  • Kitain Cross Spear (Polearm)
  • Katsuragikiri Nagamasa (Claymore)
  • Hamayumi (Bow)

Once you get the diagrams, you can make these weapons using their respective weapon type billet, 50 Amethyst Lumps, and 50 White Iron Chunks.

Almost all of these weapons require a world quest to get the blueprint for. We’ve listed out where to start the quests below.

How to get the Hakushin Ring (Catalyst) blueprint

The Hakushin Ring diagram is actually the Mask of Memories, an item you get from completing the final Sacred Sakura Cleansing Ritual quest line, “Yougou Cleansing.” The mask itself is a useable item that will teach you how to make the Inazuman Catalyst weapon.

How to get the Amenoma Kageuchi (Sword) blueprint

To get the Amenoma Kageuchi diagram, you have to do the secret world quest “The Farmer’s Treasure.” Once you finish this quest, you’ll get the diagram that teaches you how to forge the Inazuman Sword weapon.

How to get the Kitain Cross Spear (Polearm) blueprint

To get the Kitain Cross Spear diagram, you need to finish the Orobashi’s Legacy world quest line, also known as the quest that ends the rain on Yashiori Island. Once you finish “Orobashi’s Legacy: Part V,” you’ll get the diagram to teach you how to make the Inazuman Polearm weapon.

How to get the Katsuragikiri Nagamasa (Claymore) blueprint

To get the Katsuragikiri Nagamasa diagram, you’ll need to complete some of the Tatara Tales world quest line, but it’s not a direct reward for the quest. The Tatara Tales world quests are the ones that open up the barrier to Tatarasuna.

After you open up the barrier, you’ll need to find three keys, labeled as a “Key to Some Place,” in Common Chests in Tatarasuna. We’ve labeled where to find the keys below.

A map with three stars marking where to find Common Chests with keys in Tatarasuna Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Image sources: Mihoyo

After you find the keys, you can open up the gate to The Arsenal, where the diagram for the Inazuman sword sits in a Luxurious Chest.

A split map showing where to find The Arsenal in Tatarasuna Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Image sources: Mihoyo

How to get the Hamayumi (Bow) blueprint

Unlike the other diagrams, the diagram to learn how to make the Hamayumi bow does not come from a world quest. Rather, you’ll need to trade Mysterious Conches to Takashi to open a random Common Chest.

A map showing where to find Takashi on the beach in Genshin Impact Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Image sources: Mihoyo

You can only open one chest per day, and you’ll need to trade him three Mysterious Conches each day. Mysterious Conches can be found on the beach near him, sparking in the sand.

Most of the stuff you’ll get from Takashi is worthless: apples, wheat, iron chunks, and the like. However, you’ll get the Inazuman bow diagram on the seventh chest.

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