Osechi (New Horizons)
Variation shown: Black
|Buy price||Sell price|
|5,000 Bells||1,250 Bells|
1.0 × 1.0
|Obtain via|| Nook Shopping (Seasonal)|
|Customize|| Cyrus: 1,700 Bells|
|HHA themes||Harmonious / Party|
|In other games|
|Doubutsu no Mori+ (osechi)|
Names in other languages
caja de comida osechi
일본 명절 요리
caja de comida osechi
- "The boxes, filled with various foods and stacked atop one another, represent your good luck piling high. Many different foods are eaten as osechi, but all share the symbolic meaning of good fortune."
- — Event description
The osechi is a miscellaneous furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 2.0 Free Update. As a miscellaneous item, it can be placed on either the ground or on the surfaces of tables and other similar furniture items that have surfaces for items.
The osechi can be obtained from Nook Shopping for 1,700 Bells from December 22 to January 5 during the Shōgatsu Nook Shopping seasonal event. The item's box color can be customized by Cyrus at Harv's Island for 1,700 Bells. This item can only be ordered from the catalog while its seasonal event is ongoing.
No villagers have this item in their home.
In Happy Home Paradise, no villagers or facility unlock this item for designing. It can only be used once the player's catalog is unlocked after completing the 27th vacation home.
The osechi has 4 variations.
In Japan, osechi-ryōri (御節料理/お節料理?) or simply known as osechi (おせち?) are a traditional Japanese food served during Shōgatsu (or the Japanese New Year). The name originated from o-sechi, meaning season or period. osechi is served in jūbako, or tiered boxes, with different dishes present in each one. Common dishes include daidai, datemaki, ebi, and a grilled lobster. osechi was originally developed during the Heian period of Japan, when it was taboo to cook meals using a hearth except for zōni during the first three days of the New Year. osechi would be cooked before the New Year and then eaten over those three days of no cooking. More information on this topic is available at Wikipedia.
In other games
- Includes data sourced from the ACNH Spreadsheet project (Spreadsheet - Translations)