FarmVille’s Japanese Theme Continues With New Items

Wed, Jun 23, 2010

Frisky Misc

FarmVille’s trip to Japan continues this week with the release of new items in the limited edition Japanese Garden theme. New items can be found on the Crops, Trees, Buildings and Decorations tabs of the game’s store. To start, we’ll take a look at the new crop you can grow, which comes in the form of Wasabi.

The Wasabi can be planted for 200 coins per square, and will grow to harvest in 16 hours. Those who choose to plant this voluntary (that is, non-masterable) crop in the game will be rewarded with 330 coins per square. As a bonus, you’ll receive 2 experience points per square of the Wasabit planted.

For the Trees tab, you can buy an Asian Pear Tree for 5,000 coins each. It can be harvested from every 2 days, and sells for 140 coins.

Moving onto to the Buildings tab, we see three new items that are available. The first is the Japanese Manor, available for 42 Farm Cash. Next is the Edo Style Home for 36 Farm Cash, and lastly, the Manga Store will set you back 27 Farm Cash.

Finally, in terms of the game’s newest decorations, there are four new items to choose from: Zen Garden, a Lush Knoll, Sakura Flowers, Lamp Sculpture, and a Small Lamp. Two items, the Zen Garden II and the Lush Knoll, will set you back either 18 Farm Cash or 4 Farm Cash, respectively, while the other three items go for anywhere from 12,000 to 45,000 coins.

As of this writing, there are still two weeks to get in on this Japanese item release, so be sure to head over to the game’s page on Facebook to browse through the full selection.

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