Tomato juice shirt (Doubutsu no Mori+)
|The subject of this page has no official English localization, so a translation of the original Japanese name is used instead.
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Names in other languages
In Animal Crossing, all clothing items have two names: one seen in-game, and another internal name used for the item's furniture variation. The internal furniture names are usually identical to the names seen in-game. However, the internal furniture name for the fish bone shirt, which replaces the tomato juice shirt, is a localized version of the latter item's Japanese name. The localized name is "tomato shirt". This name was also translated to other languages in the European version of Animal Crossing, with the name "traje tomate" in Spanish, "T-shirt poisson" in French, "Tomaten-Outfit" in German, and "veste pomodoro" in Italian.
- According to game design assistant Michiho Hayashi, the tomato juice shirt was originally designed to be bloodstained, but she decided to call it tomato juice as a joke upon inclusion in the game.
- Each item belongs in one of three rarity groups (A, B, or C), and each group is mapped to a rarity when the town is created. For example, in one town Group A clothing may be common while in another town, Group A clothing will be rare.
- #66 in Doubutsu no Mori; #68 in Doubutsu no Mori+; #66 in Dòngwù Sēnlín
- As clothing available from Tom Nook's store, this item is also available from the following sources: the dump; Mom; the player's birthday; Wisp; Sale Day; the Lost & Found (if the item's rarity group is common); and Gracie if the player fails to completely wash her car (if the item's rarity group is common). All of these sources except Wisp require the item to be in season.