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Region-Exclusive Item List (Updated, Now Featuring Dates!)

#1Dark MousyPosted 2/1/2009 9:17:15 PMmessage detail
PLEASE READ THE FAQ'S BEFORE POSTING.

Please sticky this topic, and unsticky the last.

Updates: I added the Festive Flag and Festive Candle, updated photos, added dates for the region-exclusive holidays, and organized items by date as well (starting with November since that's when the games came out).

I will make a new topic when the Korean holiday list is confirmed. Hopefully this will suffice until then!

Contributors:
Many thanks to lazybones18, Lupin the 4th, chaosdajuggalo, Liquefy, and everyone else who helped for all their assistance!!

Contents:
Section I: The List of Items
Section II: The Holiday Dates
Section III: FAQ's
Section IV: Pictures of Items

SECTION I:
THE LIST


North American Exclusive Items:
Resetti Model (Groundhog Day)
Cool Globe (Nature Day)
Picnic Basket (Labor Day)
Sailbot Model (Explorer's Day)
Wheat Bundle (Autumn Moon)
Festive Candle (Buy from Nook 12/1 - 12/31)
Festive Flag (Buy from Nook 12/1 - 12/31)

European Exclusive Items:
Stuffed Stocking (Naughty or Nice Day)
Snowglobe (Midwinter's Day)
Espresso Maker(Midsummer's Day)
Veggie Basket (Autumn Moon)

Japanese Exclusive Items:
Red Ogre Mask (Bean Day)
Blue Ogre Mask (Bean Day)
Rice Cake (Girl's Day)
Newsprint Helmet (Boy's Day, not region-exclusive)
Bamboo Grass (Starcrossed Day)
Dango (Autumn Moon)
Hinaningyo (Buy from Nook 3/1-3/3)
Kadomatsu (Buy from Nook 12/26-12/31)
Kagamimochi (Buy from Nook 12/26-12/31)

Korean Exclusive Items (holidays unconfirmed):
Bureom
Yut
Hibiscus

SECTION II:
THE HOLIDAYS


This is a list of region-exclusive holidays, meaning that April Fool's, Christmas Eve, and other days that ALL regions celebrate will NOT be listed. Only specific regions celebrate these holidays.

North America:
Groundhog Day, February 2
Nature Day, April 22
Labor Day, First Monday in September
Explorer's Day, Second Monday in October
Autumn Moon, [See Note]

European Holidays:
Naughty or Nice Day, December 5
Midwinter's Day, December 21
Midsummer's Day, June 21
Autumn Moon, [See Note]

Japanese Holidays:
Bean Day, February 3
Girl's Day, March 3
Boy's Day, May 5
Starcrossed Day, July 7
Autumn Moon, [See Note]

Note: Autumn Moon is celebrated on ther day of the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. It can be in either September or October. In 2009, it will be October 4.

All items are to be obtained from Tortimer on the holiday for that region unless otherwise stated!

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#2Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2009 9:17:57 PMmessage detail
SECTION III
THE FAQs:

Q: What about the Leaf from April Fool's Day, or Chocolate Heart from Valentine's Day?
A: Those items are not region-exclusive, and the holidays are celebrated in all countries.

Q: Why is Newsprint Helmet listed as "not region-exclusive?"
A: Although it is something you get on a holiday that is only in Japan, the Newsprint Helmet has been confirmed to be available in Able's for purchase in other regions as well. It is "exclusive" in the same sense as the free fishing rods during tournaments are, but since it is given on a region-exclusive holiday, it is listed.

Q: What items can be purchased from Nook's catalogue?
A: Only the following items can be re-purchased through the catalogue, and do not cost many bells at all:
Festive Flag
Festive Candle
Kagamimochi
Kadomatsu
Hinaningyo
Newsprint Helmet

Q: Why did you not list the "Pikmin hat" or "top" items?
A: Honestly, as of now those are considered more DLC (downloadable content) rather than region-exclusive. Although at the time of this posting, yes, they have only been released in Japan, but for all we know we could get them in other regions very soon. Especially with Pikmin Wii being released in March in the USA, we could very well be getting the Pikmin hat then, since it coincided with the Japanese release of that game. ALSO, for the sake of neatness, I don't want to retype/make another sticky topic every time a DLC item is released. If you want to keep up with the Japanese DLC, follow this link: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/ruuj/

Q: What about the ice cream and milk cases, the white and brown pots, and the moth orchid?
A: The ice cream and milk cases are NOT region-exclusive. The white and brown pots have been pointed out to NOT be region-exclusive items, but basically non-obtainable hacked items in the same vein as the Nook Store Wallpapers. They appear in Nook's Cranny, and the moth orchid appears in the HRA. Sorry for the previous misinformation! (Thanks to Liquefy for clearing these up!!)

Q: Where are the dates and holidays for Korea??
A: As of now, there is no list of Korean events. The items' status is based primarily on their location in the catalogue, as well as the objects' connection to Korean culture.

Once again, all items are to be obtained from Tortimer on the holiday for that region unless otherwise stated!

SECTION IV:
THE PICTURES

(courtesy of Dark Mousy and chaosdajuggalo)

North American Holiday Items
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/NorthAmACCF.jpg

North American Seasonal Items (bought from Nook)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/NorthASeasACCF.jpg

European Holiday Items
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/EuropeACCF.jpg

Japanese Holiday Items
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/JapanACCF.jpg

Japanese Seasonal Items (bought from Nook)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/JapanSeasACCF.jpg

Korean Holiday Items
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v28/lopmonde/KoreanACCF.jpg

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#3Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2009 9:31:06 PMmessage detail
Bump in the name of sticky!
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#4Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2009 10:08:36 PMmessage detail
Bump in the name of staying on the first page!
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#5Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/2/2009 12:20:10 AMmessage detail
Staying on the first page. :)

Sticky sticky sticky!
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#6XZeroXChaosXPosted 2/2/2009 12:23:02 AMmessage detail
I wish I could request for a sticky... =/ I'll help you bump it off and on though until it gets stickied.
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#7mynamejtPosted 2/2/2009 12:24:39 AMmessage detail
It might be good to mention that going to someone else's town and talking to their Tortimer will get you another item, so you can get as many items as you have friends. i just got 3 Resetti models myself.
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#8CE_FTWPosted 2/2/2009 12:52:12 AMmessage detail
sticky requested
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#9Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/2/2009 12:06:01 PMmessage detail
Please sticky this topic and unsticky the last.
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#10Dark Mousy(Topic Creator)Posted 2/2/2009 1:11:14 PMmessage detail
Bump/sticky.
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