Sweet Rice Ball

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 A sweet, sticky rice ball made by Kuro.

Slowly grants medium Vitality recovery and constant Posture recovery over time.

Wolf senses it was created with feelings of resolve and a reluctance to part ways.

Such deep emotions tend to be mumbled to oneself rather than shared.

 

Sweet, sticky rice ball made by Kuro using rice from the Child of Recjuvenation.

Slowly grants medium Vitality recovery and constant Posture recovery over time.

Once when the Wolf was starving, this father wordlessly handed him a rice ball. It was astoundingly delicious.

This one is sure to taste just as good.

Sweet Rice Ball is a Quick Item in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. When used, it slowly grants medium Vitality recovery and constant Posture recovery over time.

 

 

Sweet Rice Ball Usage

  • Slowly grants medium Vitality recovery and constant Posture recovery over time.

 

 

How to Find Sweet Rice Ball

 

 

Sweet Rice Ball Notes & Tips

  • Ohagi are traditional Japanese sweets made of glutinous rice and red bean paste. These sweets are not just for consumption but also hold religious meaning: They may be offered at an ancestor's grave to protect from evil spirits and bad happenings.
  • Other notes...

 

 

 
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    • Anonymous

      07 May 2019 10:07  

      (S for Sekiro, K for Kuro.) When eaten in front of Kuro after receiving 2x- S: This is... very good... K: That it is, that it is. When talking to Kuro immediately after- K: How was the rice ball? S: It was delicious. K: I bet it was. Ever since I was little, I've enjoyed making sweets. I used to always sneak into the kitchen back at the Hirata estate. Maybe one day... I'll open up a tea house if I ever have the time. ALL IN ALL, NOT WORTH TO WASTE AN OP EZ MODE ITEM ON 3 LINES ABOUT OPENING A TEA SHOP Nowhere said the actual dialog that was associated with the item, hope this helps.

      • Anonymous

        06 Apr 2019 06:29  

        Dont get fooled by the "medium Vitality Recovery" text on description. This consumable is the most overpowered***** ever made. it heals you to full with 10 beads(with shinobi healing passives) on top of that there is no way you get posture broken with this. Very effective against the bossfights near the end that troubles you.

        • Anonymous

          04 Apr 2019 01:08  

          There are two variants of this item. The one described above and then the one made from Kuro's rice. "Sweet, sticky rice ball made by Kuro using rice from the Child of Rejuvenation. Slowly grants medium Vitality recover and constant Posture recovery over time. Once when the Wolf was starving his father wordlessly handed him a rice ball. It was astoundingly delicious. This one is sure to taste just as good."

          • Anonymous

            28 Mar 2019 17:21  

            Kuro gave me 2, even though I have not yet gathered all the divine ingredients. I'm not sure whether the first "1x" part of this page is wrong, or the requirements for receiving the second ball are wrong.

            • Anonymous

              27 Mar 2019 03:46  

              Used it in front of kuro when received, it triggers dialog. Once you rest, it comes back. You can use it a second time but after that it's over. It's probably a "freeby" the first time for the dialog.

              • Anonymous

                26 Mar 2019 03:33  

                Is this infinite uses? I used it in front of Kuro to trigger the Dialog and still had it in my inventory. Have not used it since then.

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