Djimbe drum (Animal Crossing)

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Type of furniture Djimbe drum #287[nb 1]
Drum Set  |  Instrument
Djimbe drum
Buy price Sell price
 1,900 Bells  475 Bells
Size
1.0 x 1.0  1 × 1
Obtain via
Rarity group C
HRA points 51
HRA penalty if facing wall Unknown
Feng shui None
Audio
Appearances
In other games
Wild World (djimbe drum)
New Leaf (djimbe drum)
Names in other languages
 ジャンベ
 N/A
 djembé
 Djembetrommel
 夏柏鼓
 djembé
 tambor djembé
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A

The djimbe drum is a furniture item in every first-generation Animal Crossing game. It is part of the Drum Set. The player can interact with this item to play the town tune.

The djimbe drum can be obtained from Tom Nook's store for  1,900 Bells.[nb 2] It does not have any color for the purpose of fêng shui.

In Doubutsu no Mori, this item appears in the homes of Axel, Chico, Kody, Louie, and Rosie.

In Doubutsu no Mori+, this item appears in the homes of Axel, Cheri, Chico, Kody, Louie, and Rosie.

In Animal Crossing, this item appears in the homes of Axel, Cheri, Chico, Kody, Louie, and Rosie.

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, this item appears in the homes of Axel, Cheri, Chico, Ike, Kody, Louie, Margie, Rosie, and Sunny.

For villagers who have this item placed on the floor in their house, there is a chance that the villager will gift it to the player.

Version differences

In Doubutsu no Mori, the djimbe drum is erroneously known as ャンベ. This is corrected to ャンベ in Doubutsu no Mori+ and Doubutsu no Mori e+.

In other games

Notes

  1. Animal Crossing catalog number; #271 in Doubutsu no Mori; #271 in Doubutsu no Mori+; #353 in Doubutsu no Mori e+; #268 in Dòngwù Sēnlín
  2. As a standard item available from Tom Nook's store, this item is also available from the following sources: Redd; the dump; shaking trees; gifts from villagers, campers, and Mom; the player's birthday; Wisp; Chip; balloons (if the item's rarity group is rare); Sale Day (if the item's rarity group is rare); and the Lost & Found (if the item's rarity group is common)

References