Iwashima Countryside Location Guide + Chest (Spiritfarer)

The dock of Iwashima Countryside (Spiritfarer)
Iwashima Countryside
Unlocked By None
Coordinates X: -64, Y: 16
Spirits to Recruit None
Resources
  • 2 Mushrooms
  • 1 Limestone
  • 3 Oak Logs
  • 1 Copper Ore
  • 1 Strawberry

Iwashima Countryside is a small island that’s part of Spiritfarer’s Furogawa Region. It contains a number of useful resources that you can use to construct buildings and upgrades.

How To Unlock

There are some nodes you can mine at the far right of the island. / Spiritfarer
There are some nodes you can mine at the far right of the island.

The Iwashima Countryside is immediately accessible once you finish the game’s tutorial section.

This means that you don’t need any ship upgrades in place to visit it.

What To Find

Upon stepping foot on the island, you’ll find a number of oak trees you can cut down for logs.

There’s also some limestone and copper nodes at the far right of the island, as well as strawberries and mushrooms for cooking/eating.

Iwashima Countryside Chest

The island has one chest that you can find.

Here’s how to get it:

Step 1: From the island’s starting point, walk right until you find the second lamppost on the island.

Run right until you find the second lamppost. / Spiritfarer
Run right until you find the second lamppost.

Step 2: Jump up on the lamppost to reach the top. Then dash and double jump to your left to reach the first lamppost.

Dash and double jump to your left from this lamppost. / Spiritfarer
Dash and double jump to your left from this lamppost.

Step 3: Open the treasure chest on this lamppost to get 1 Old Carpet that you can sell for Glims.

The treasure chest on top of the first lamppost. / Spiritfarer
The treasure chest on top of the first lamppost.

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