Berliner (New Leaf)

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Type of furniture Berliner #115 
Berliner
Buy price Sell price
 3 Coupons  240 Bells[nb 1]
Size
1.0 x 1.0  1 × 1
Obtain via
 Isabelle (Countdown; German)
 SpotPass (Japanese)
 Pavé's RV
Customize No customization options.
Rarity group None
HHA theme challenges Fairy tale
HHA points 499
HHA penalty if facing wall No
Style Iconic
Colors
Variations
None
In other games
New Horizons (berliner)
Names in other languages
 ベルリーナー
 N/A
 assiette de beignets
 plato de berlinesas
 piatto di krapfen
 N/A
 베를리너
 N/A
 assiette de beignets
 plato de berlinesas
 Berliner
 N/A

The berliner is a furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It can be placed on the surface of tables and other similar furniture that have surfaces for items. If this item is placed on the ground however, it is penalized by the Happy Home Academy by 1 point per each item.

The berliner can be obtained from Isabelle during the Countdown in the European version of the game if the Nintendo 3DS system language is set to German. It could also be obtained in the Japanese version of the game by selecting "Ask about a present" while speaking to Pelly or Phyllis at the post office while connected to SpotPass during the item's distribution period. It can even be obtained from the RV of Pavé for  3 MEOW Coupons.

No villagers have this item in their home. However, this item appears in the RV of Pavé.

Real-world information

Real life image of berliner.

Berliners are a German doughnut that is made with a dough filled with marmalade or jam and fried in fat or oil, and with icing, powdered sugar and conventional sugar. The origins of the dish was first published during the 15th century in the German cookbook Kuchenmeisterei. The name "berliner" were alleged to be based on a legend of a Berlin baker who served the Prussian regiment doughnuts.[1] Berliners are often eaten during the entire year, but are traditionally served during carnival holidays and New Year's Eve (Silvester). Infamously, a speech made by John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, where he proclaimed "I am a berliner" ("Ich bin ein berliner"), is commonly misconceived as Kennedy proclaiming he was the dish berliner, or translated as "I am a doughnut". More information on this topic is available at Wikipedia.

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In other games

Notes

  1. Re-Tail sell price

References

  1. Gil Marks (December 14, 2020). "History of the Jelly Doughnut ~ Sufganiyah". Leite's Culinaria. Retrieved October 20, 2022.