Getting the Mysterious Conches for the chests leads players in getting the Hamayumi which is an Inazuma bow. The Hamayumi has several special effects, of which the most important is the boost in attack power and characters when their energy is at full strength. As devastating as the Hamayumi is, it is ideal for characters with archery bonuses affixed to them, such as Ganyu, Yoimiya, or even Amber. The Hamayumi will need Narukami’s Valor at its final upgrade level, so make sure to stock up on the journey while getting the Mysterious Conch shells.
How To Get Mysterious Conch Shells In Genshin Impact
To get Mysterious Conches in Genshin Impact, players have to start the journey in Kannazuka. Upon arrival, head north of Tatarasuna and east of Nazuchi Beach to find a small isthmus that links two pieces of land. The larger of the two pieces has an NPC called Takashi, on the western side, who has common chests behind him that players can open in exchange for three Mysterious Conches. Opening Takashi’s chests are repeatable daily, provided that players can find the Mysterious Conches. Inside the chests, the items are varied, but the most important ones he has are Iron Chunks, White Iron Chunks, and Bags of Flower Seeds.
Takashi also has an essential diagram up for grabs, but it will take approximately eight chests to open, which is the Hamayumi Diagram for a 4-star bow mentioned earlier. Finding the Mysterious Conches is not too tricky if players know where to look, which isn’t far from Takashi’s location. From where he’s standing, make a 180-degree turn, and the Mysterious Conches are in the water, waiting to get collected. There will be items shining with a golden hue in the water, although they won’t always be Conches so it could take a few tries before getting enough Mysterious Conches.
Traveling around the landmass where Takashi is will have more than enough to get all three chests. Players can also travel out a little bit into the water to get them, as they are not entirely landlocked to the beach. A great location is at the northwestern tip of the same landmass Takashi and on the east shore, directly in line with Takashi’s site.
Genshin Impact is available now on Mobile, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.