Place Names

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Explanation

A number of in-game locations have canonical names which are mentioned in dialogue or other in-game text. This page documents those names and where they can be found. Some locations have multiple names, depending on the source.

Maps

The world of Okami can be divided into "Maps", the single playable area loaded at any given time. Most maps are themselves named. This list goes over the names in alphabetical order:

Agata Forest

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Agata Forest
  • In name card, when first entering the cursed map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Hitoshio Spring Mermaid Spring above Madame Fawn's house
  • Examine-able sign near merchant
Narai River Rapids blocking the way to Taka Pass.
  • Mentioned in Karude's dialogue.
Deep Abyss Body of water where Kokari can be found fishing.
  • Mentioned in Kokari, Karude, and Issun's dialogue.
  • Indicated by the readable sign located where Kokari can be found fishing.

Agata Forest - Madame Fawn's House

Ark of Yamato

Ark of Yamato - Blight Arena

Ark of Yamato - Crimson Helm Arena

Ark of Yamato - Ninetales Arena

Ark of Yamato - Orochi Arena

Ark of Yamato - Spider Queen Arena

Ark of Yamato - Yami Arena

Calcified Cavern

Catcall Tower

Cave of Nagi

City Checkpoint

Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Big Drawbridge Bridge allowing access to Ryoshima Coast.
  • Mentioned by various NPC's in the area.
  • Indicated by a readable sign.

Digging Minigame

Dragon Palace

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Dragon Palace
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Water Dragon's Garden The exterior area from which you can jump into the Water Dragon to reach the "Inside the Dragon" map
  • Dialogue with Otohime after she gives you the Shell Amulet.
  • Dialogue with the Security Guard after she steps aside to let you through.
Soothing Spring The Mermaid Spring
  • Dialogue with the Security Guard after she steps aside to let you through.

Dragon Palace - Stray Bead #70 Cave

Gale Shrine

Gale Shrine - Crimson Helm Arena

Hana Valley

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Hana Valley
  • In name card, when first entering the cursed map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Sacred Tree Cherry Cascade Guardian Sapling
  • Examine-able sign near sapling

Imperial Palace - Ammy Size

Imperial Palace - Blight Arena

Imperial Palace - Issun Size

Inner Yoshpet

Inside the Dragon

Kamiki Village

Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Konohana Name of Kamiki's Guardian Sapling.
  • Mentioned in numerous dialogues, namely Mr. Orange's.
Sacred Deck Platform where Mr. Orange performs the Konohana Shuffle, and canonical name for Uppy Thingy.
  • Mentioned in dialogues from Mrs. Orange, Kushi, and the Merchant.

Kamiki Village - 100 years ago

Kamiki Village - After fighting Tei

Kamiki Village - Game Start

Kamui (Ezofuji)

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Kamui (Ezofuji)
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Affun Gate Gate leading into Wawku Shrine.
  • Mentioned by name in dialogue.
Laochi Lake Lake in which the Ark of Yamato crashed.
  • Mentioned in Kemu's dialogue.
lake of demons Nickname for Laochi Lake
  • Mentioned by Issun while talking to Tuskle

Kamui (Ezofuji) - Power Slash 3 Cave

Kamui - Bandit Spider Arena

Kamui - Blockhead Grande Cave

Kamui - Cherry Bomb 3 Cave

Kamui - Cursed

Kamui - Healed

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Kamui
  • In name card, when first entering the cursed map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Oina Crest The barrier which blocks off the entrance to Yoshpet, which can be passed through after obtaining Sewaprolo
  • Dialogue with Tuskle before she gives you Sewaprolo

Kusa Village

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Kusa Village
  • In name card, when first entering the cursed map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Mount Kamiji Mountain on which Gale Shrine stands
  • Dialogue with Princess Fuse after defeating Blue Imp

Moon Cave - 100 years ago

Moon Cave - Interior

Moon Cave - Staircase and Orochi Arena

Moon Cave Entrance

Moon Cave Entrance - 100 years ago

N. Ryoshima Coast

N. Ryoshima Coast - Bandit Spider Arena

N. Ryoshima Coast - Cherry Bomb 2 Cave

N. Ryoshima Coast - Power Slash 2 Cave

N. Ryoshima Coast - Stray Bead #63 Cave

Oni Island - Exterior

Oni Island - Lower Interior

Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Labyrinth of Torment Name given to the series of trials featured in the Tobi races.
  • Indicated by a readable sign.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.
Terraced Passage Location of the second Tobi race.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.
Passage of Saws Location of the third Tobi race.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.
Passage of Demonic Wheels Location of the fourth Tobi race.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.
Chamber of Delay Location of the fifth Tobi race.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.
Passage of Needles Location of the sixth Tobi race.
  • Mentioned in Tobi's dialogue.

Oni Island - Ninetales Arena

Oni Island - Sidescroller

Oni Island - Upper Interior

Onigiri Dojo Lesson Room

Ponc'tan

Ponc'tan - Mrs. Seal's House

River of the Heavens

Ryoshima Coast - Bandit Spider Arena

Ryoshima Coast - Cursed

Ryoshima Coast - Healed

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Ryoshima Coast
  • In name card, when first entering the cursed map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Moon Turret The platform on the cape West of Ankoku Temple, which is supposed to be reached using Holy Eagle (Double Jump)
  • Talking to Rao in Sei-an after returning the Prayer Slips
Lunar Lagoon The area surrounding the Sunken Ship, from which the sea is split when using Crescent on the Moon Turret
  • Talking to Rao in Sei-an after returning the Prayer Slips

Sasa Sanctuary

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Sasa Sanctuary
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Sparrow Inn The inn building
  • Dialogue with Bath Attendant sparrow inside the building

Sei-an City (Aristocratic Qtr.)

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Sei-an City (Aristocratic Qtr.)
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Lecture Hall The building where Rao sits prior to fighting the Tube Foxes
  • Talking to the West Soldier outside the hall on the bridge side
Gojo Bridge Bridge leading to the Aristocratic Quarters.
  • Mentioned in Benkei's dialogue.

Sei-an City (Aristocratic Qtr.) - Himiko's Palace

Sei-an City (Commoners' Qtr.)

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Sei-an City (Commoners' Qtr.)
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Lake Beewa Lake which surrounds the city and fills the canals
  • Talking with Naguri before digging to restore the canals
  • Talking with Benkei before fishing for the Cutlass Fish

Sei-an City (Commoners' Qtr.) - Kimono Shop

Shinshu Field - 100 years ago

Shinshu Field - Cursed

Shinshu Field - Healed

Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Moon Shrine Little shrine run by the priest Mika, located next to the Moon Cave pathway.
  • Mentioned by name on a sign located next to said shrine.
Lake Harami Body of water located in Shinshu field and surrounding the Moon Cave.
  • Mentioned in Mika's dialogue.
Nameless Man's Kiln Structure restored by clearing the Devil Gate across the bridge from the Nameless Man's house.
  • Indicated by a readable sign.

Sunken Ship

Taka Pass - Cursed

Taka Pass - Healed

Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Cherry Breeze Name of Taka Pass' Guardian Sapling.
  • Mentioned on the sign located next to the big tunnel's entrance.
Moley's Treasure Trove Name of the underground spring in which three treasures can be found.
  • Indicated by a readable sign.

Taka Pass - Stray Bead #26 Cave

Tsuta Ruins

Tsuta Ruins - Spider Queen Arena

Wawku Shrine

Wawku Shrine - Lechku & Nechku Arena

Wawku Shrine - Nechku Arena

Wep'keer

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Wep'keer
  • In name card, when first entering the map.
Location Name Description Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Snowy Waterfall Waterfall on the East edge of the village
  • Mentioned on a sign near Kai's house
  • Written on the sign in front of the waterfall

Wep'keer Square

Map Name Source(s)
English Japanese French German
Wep'keer Square
  • At the top of the fan menu map sub-screen
Snowball Playground
  • Indicated by the readable sign in Wep'keer just outside the tunnel to the square. Issun's text explains that this is written in a child's handwriting. This can be inferred to refer to Otter Mask.

Yoshpet