Inazuma is one of the seven nations in the world of Teyvat. Archon of Inazuma is Baal, Raiden, The Electro Archon who also acts as leader or Shogun of it’s governing body: The Inazuma Bakufu. This is why people in Inazuma call her Raiden Shogun.
Atsuko, an NPC in Liyue Harbor said that there’s strict control in Inazuma. For anyone who want to leave, they will need several stages of application and approval from Kanjobugyo. Atsuko herself revealed that she’s running from Inazuma, getting chased, until she’s saved by NPC Liyue named Bibo.
That was the first hint of Inazuma that we got. Later in the end of Liyue quest, Zhongli said that Inazuma has been closed by order of it’s deity, Baal. Starting last year, Raiden Shogun ordered to seize all visions within Inazuma borders and to inlay them upon the hands of a statue of the Thousand-Armed, Hundred-Eyed God. This rule known as Vision Hunt Decree.
You can acess this dialogue in the game. Open Menu > Archive > Liyue, Chapter 1: Act 3 >The Fond Farewell > Look for Zhongli at the scene.
Table of Contents
- 1 Inazuma Release Date
- 2 From 1.5 Special Program
- 3 From 1.6 Special Program
Inazuma Release Date
Although we don’t know about when Inazuma region will be available, we already got some concept art of Inazuma from Genshin Impact Special Program for version 1.5 and 1.6.
From 1.5 Special Program
“The mountain surrounding the Mikage Furnace. Blossoms continue to bloom here, impervious to the effects of war.”
Mikage Furnace, Tatarasuna, Kannazuka
“The largest smelting facility in all the islands of Inazuma, surrounded by jagged, rocky terrain. War has brought production to a halt.”
Tenshukaku, Inazuma City, Narukami Island
“The residence of the most exalted one in all of Inazuma. Standing tall on the highest point in the city, it watches over all under the Electro Archon’s dominion.”
“A sight witnessed by all inbound travelers to Inazuma. The Grand Narukami Shrine and Sacred Sakura on the mountain, and the city of Inazuma on the coast.”
From 1.6 Special Program
Grand Narukami Shrine, Mt. Yougou, Narukami Island
“Standing proudly on the summit of Mt. Yougou, the Grand Narukami Shrine nestles within the embrace of the cherry blossoms. It is the largest shrine within Inazuma’s borders.”
“The skeleton of a great snake rests on this island. The presence of evil is palpable here.”
“Plants and trees grow densely over Watatsumi Island. Their color is distinct from those in other islands.”
“An island where some disaster seems to have occurred. Its center is consumed by an eternal storm.”
“A mysterious island enshrouded in fog. No one has set foot here in many long years.”
“The plant life here has grown gnarled and unnatural from growing in uttermost darkness. Something twisted seems to be sealed here.”