An island influenced by Asian nature was created over the course of two years by a very committed Animal Crossing: New Horizons player, and the results are remarkable. Their design not only highlights the adaptability of Animal Crossing: New Horizons Sakura goods, but also features some fairly uncommon furniture from the popular game. In the game, players can prepare an ample amount of Animal Crossing Bells.
Given the rather unique experience this Nintendo series offers, all Animal Crossing games tend to have tremendous staying power. The latest installment in the long-running franchise is no exception. Despite being four years old, Animal Crossing: New Horizons still has an incredibly active community of players who continue to connect with each other and share their inspiring creations every day.
In another example that demonstrates this enduring trend, Reddit user KawaiiStephii showcased an incredible island inspired by nature in Asia online. Players say the island took them two years to design, likely because it contains a variety of seasonal recipes, including many hard-to-obtain sakura items and bamboo furniture. Based on the fact that a video showcase of their island went viral within hours of its release, it seems like hundreds of Animal Crossing: New Horizons players decided this fantastical creation was worth the effort.
The island's authors say they are largely inspired by Pinterest and Facebook groups about nature in Asia, as well as communities dedicated to Far Eastern coffee shop culture. While the wording of all of their follow-up insights suggests this is still a work in progress, anyone interested in visiting KawaiiStephii's Asian island can do so using the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Dream address DA-6300-6188-1597.
Like the island itself, KawaiiStephii's in-game home is dominated by shades of pink and green, while incorporating some rather unusual decor. One of these is the Kerokerokeroppi Corridor, a household item introduced in the March 2021 Update 1.9.0 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
While this decoration is technically part of the free patch, it's extremely rare to see Kerokerokeroppi corridors in the wild. Especially since getting the item requires inviting Toby to camp, which most players will never be able to do due to RNG requirements. Alternatively, the Kerokerokeroppi Corridor can be obtained by purchasing and scanning Toby's amiibo card from the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Sanrio series, which is how KawaiiStephii obtained this rare piece of furniture. For more game guides, please visit okgameblog.com.