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Japanese House curse

Japanese House in Curse mode

Japanese House is unlocked when the player reaches level 6.

Japanese House was originally called Window to Metropolis. The picture got a complete make-over and name change as part of the Valentines Update.

From the Diary:

"There was a picture of a Japanese house in the next magical photograph I restored. It had an elegant interior, cosy atmosphere and even a garden with Sakura - you won't find any other place quite like it"

Items

The following is a list of hidden items found in Japanese House. Depending on the Picture Level and Game Mode you may not have to find all the items in one visit.

Item Regular Image Silhouette
Bag
Japanese House i01 Bag
Japanese House i01 Bag Silhouette
Butterfly
Japanese House i02 Butterfly
Japanese House i02 Butterfly Silhouette
Carp Koi
Japanese House i03 Carp Koi
Japanese House i03 Carp Koi Silhouette
Castle
Japanese House i04 Castle
Japanese House i04 Castle Silhouette
Clothes Hanger
Japanese House i05 Clothes Hanger
Japanese House i05 Clothes Hanger Silhouette
Crane
Japanese House i06 Crane
Japanese House i06 Crane Silhouette
Daruma Doll
Japanese House i07 Daruma Doll
Japanese House i07 Daruma Doll Silhouette
Dinosaur
Japanese House i08 Dinosaur
Japanese House i08 Dinosaur Silhouette
Folding Screen
Japanese House i09 Folding Screen
Japanese House i09 Folding Screen Silhouette
Fox
Japanese House i10 Fox
Japanese House i10 Fox Silhouette
Fujiyama
Japanese House i11 Fujiyama
Japanese House i11 Fujiyama Silhouette
"Garden" Item
Japanese House i12 Garden Item
Japanese House i12 Garden Item Silhouette
Geta Sandal
Japanese House i13 Geta Sandal
Japanese House i13 Geta Sandal Silhouette
Glove
Japanese House i14 Glove
Japanese House i14 Glove Silhouette
Japanese Flag
Japanese House i15 Japanese Flag
Japanese House i15 Japanese Flag Silhouette
Japanese Symbol
Japanese House i16 Japanese Symbol
Japanese House i16 Japanese Symbol Silhouette
Jug
Japanese House i17 Jug
Japanese House i17 Jug Silhouette
Noh Mask
Japanese House i18 Noh Mask
Japanese House i18 Noh Mask Silhouette
Omamori
Japanese House i19 Omamori
Japanese House i19 Omamori Silhouette
Samurai Helmet
Japanese House i20 Samurai Helmet
Japanese House i20 Samurai Helmet Silhouette
Scissors
Japanese House i21 Scissors
Japanese House i21 Scissors Silhouette
Shuriken Star
Japanese House i22 Shuriken Star
Japanese House i22 Shuriken Star Silhouette
Teapot
Japanese House i23 Teapot
Japanese House i23 Teapot Silhouette
Typewriter
Japanese House i24 Typewriter
Japanese House i24 Typewriter Silhouette
Yin-Yang Symbol
Japanese House i25 Yin Yang Symbol
Japanese House i25 Yin Yang Symbol Silhouette

Morphs and Pieces modes have their own items that need to be found, separate from those listed above.

Resource Demands and Rewards for Playing

The amount of energy required to play Japanese House will increase as the level of the Picture is increased. The experience points and coins rewards for each win of the Picture will also increase to match the increase in resource demands, as will the pool of potential collection item rewards.

The pool of rewards available for each successful game of Japanese House contains both Collection Items and Combining Elements:

Level Resource Demands Minimum Resource Rewards Potential Game Item Rewards Pool
Energy Points Special Items Experience Points Coins Combining Elements Collection Items Other
Novice 16 N/A 60 80 N/A Courier figurine Explorer's Eye (Tool)
Trainee 19 N/A 70 90 Winding Key; Mad Hat
+
Captain figurine; Sextant
Same as Novice
Detective 22 N/A 80 100
+
Silver Winding Key
+
Spyglass; Carnations; Violets
Same as Novice
Pro 25 N/A 90 110
+
Gold Winding Key
+
Wolf ring; Falcon ring; Ouija board; Rabbit's foot
Same as Novice
High Explorer 28 N/A 100 120 Same as Pro
+
Athletic shoes; Whistle; Fabergé egg; Easter egg
Same as Novice
Academician 31 N/A 110 130 Same as Pro

+

Pearl "Abernathy"; Pearl "Arco Valley"; Pearl "Hope"; A sperm whale
Same as Novice
Magister 34 N/A 120 140 Same as Pro

+

Vacuum annihilator; A piston screwdriver; Precision pyrography tool; Notebook
Same as Novice
Professor 37 N/A 130 150 Same as Pro Same as Magister Same as Novice
Grand Magister 40 N/A 140 160 Same as Pro Same as Magister Same as Novice

Note: In addition to the items listed above, other items may also be in the list of potential rewards for a particular play of the picture depending on what game mode it is currently in (e.g. items from the Venetian Masks collection if it is in Text mode) or if there is an active quest involving the picture.

Gallery

Known Glitches

During the Valentines Update, there was a glitch in Japanese House in Silhouette mode. Occasionally in Silhouette mode the silhouette of the clothes hanger will appear twice. The second clothes hanger silhouette is actually the Noh Mask, finding the Noh Mask is the only way to finish the game if you have already found the clothes hanger and see a clothes hanger silhouette again. Explorer's Eye and Compass tools will find the Noh Mask if the second clothes hanger appears on your list of items to find. It is just the image in the list of items that is wrong. The Tavern Update fixed this glitch, and now the Noh Mask silhouette appears when a player is asked to look for the Noh Mask in Silhouette mode.

Hints

  • Omamori is a Japanese amulet, it looks like a tag for clothing.
  • Fujiyama is a picture of Mount Fuji.

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