Nook's Cranny

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Nook's Cranny CF Logo.png
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The upgraded Nook's Cranny as it appears in New Horizons
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Inside the upgraded Nook's Cranny in New Horizons
Music (New Horizons)
Staff Tom Nook (Animal Crossing to City Folk)
Timmy and Tommy (New Horizons)
Opening Hours 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Animal Crossing, Doubutsu no Mori e+, City Folk, New Horizons)
8:00 AM - 11:00 PM (Wild World)
Number of items available 10 or 11 (Animal Crossing, Doubutsu no Mori e+)
10 (Wild World, City Folk)
Expenditure for upgrade 25,000 (Animal Crossing, Doubutsu no Mori e+, Wild World)
30,000 (City Folk)
200,000 (New Horizons)
Days passed before upgrade 8 (Animal Crossing, Doubutsu no Mori e+, Wild World, City Folk)
30 (New Horizons)
Main appearances
Other appearances

Nook's Cranny (タヌキ商店 Tanukichi Shōten?, Tanukichi Shop) is the first incarnation of Tom Nook's store in Animal Crossing series games prior to Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and is the name of both incarnations of Timmy and Tommy's store in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. 'Nook's Cranny' is based on "nook and cranny", meaning a small corner or hole.

At Nook's Cranny, the player may buy and sell items for Bells, the main in-game currency. The shop appears in all main Animal Crossing series games except Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and the player has access to the shop either from the start (prior to New Horizons) or early-on in the game (New Horizons).

Appearances[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, Nook's Cranny supplies a wallpaper, a carpet, a flower seed, medicine, two pieces of furniture, three tools and some writing paper. In the back of store, two pieces of furniture stand alone. To the left of them is a long table that spans the whole the wall except for space for Nook's Point-Tracking System. In the middle there is a table for three tools. To the right of it is some vases. The store itself resembles a shed, made with wooden planks and held together with metal sheets. In fact, it is even stated that Tom Nook's shop may be Tortimer's old gardening shed that he used before he became mayor. It is the only one of Nook's shops without an automatic door. Nook's Cranny is also available as a model after the player has earned 300 points on the Tom Nook Point System.

The player must spend and/or sell a total of 25,000 Bells in Wild World or 30,000 Bells in City Folk and play for at least eight days for the store to upgrade to Nook 'n' Go.

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons[edit]

The opening celebration of Nook's Cranny in New Horizons

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nook's Cranny returns, but as in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, it is staffed by Timmy and Tommy. In order to build Nook's Cranny, the player needs to repay the first debt to Tom Nook. The following day, they need to talk to Timmy while he tells the player about this store and request to have the following materials: 30 Wood, 30 Softwood, 30 Hardwood and 30 Iron Nuggets. Timmy only accepts materials in their full stacks of 30, but does not require all four materials to be paid at once. After giving Timmy all the required building materials, Timmy asks the player to decide on the store's location. The store opens the next day, and the Nooklings and villagers may hold an opening celebration.

After 30 days have elapsed, buying and selling roughly 200,000 Bells combined and Mabel visits the island at least once, Nook's Cranny will expand into a larger general store. Unlike previous games, the store retains the name Nook's Cranny and this is the only upgrade for the store. This expanded store is bigger in both size and selection, with more items being available per day. The store also sells better tools.

Seasonal items are stocked at Nook's Cranny in New Horizons alongside the regular selection during certain months of the year. These seasonal items are specific to one color variant for each island. During the summer months, the seasonal selection will switch between a surfboard and a retro fan. During the winter months, the seasonal selection will switch between a round space heater and celebratory candles.

In New Horizons, Nook's Cranny has a drop-box outside, which allows players to sell items without walking into the store regardless of the store being open. As the player selects which items to deposit into the drop-box, they are shown the amount of Bells they are going to receive for the current submission, and for the day's total. The following is a description of how the drop-box works:

  • Items sold via the drop-box are sold for 80% of their trade-in value due to "handling fees".
  • Items sold via the drop-box cannot be returned once placed inside.
  • Turnips may only be sold in-store. Hot item prices are only valid in-store.
  • Payment is deposited into the players Savings Account in the ABD the following day. Bells can be accessed via the Nook Stop.

Selection[edit]

In Animal Crossing[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Wild World[edit]

In Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons[edit]

Not Upgraded[edit]

  • Two items of furniture (one quantity)
  • Two items of furniture (infinite supply)
  • Medicine, available in quantities of 1 or 5 (infinite supply)
  • Six varieties of flower packets, available in quantities of 1 or 5 (infinite supply)
  • Two type of Saplings (infinite supply)
  • Various DIY Recipes (infinite supply)
  • Flimsy tools (infinite supply)
  • One type of Umbrella (infinite supply)
  • Party Popper (infinite supply)
  • Four types of Wallpapers (infinite supply)
  • Four types of Floorings (infinite supply)
  • Customization Kit (infinite supply)
  • One type of Wrapping Paper (infinite supply)
  • Native Fruit (infinite supply)
  • Wet Suit (infinite supply)

Upgraded[edit]

  • Two lower-priced items of furniture (one quantity)
  • One expensive item of furniture (one quantity)
  • One seasonal item of furniture of varying quantity (not always available)
  • Two items of furniture (infinite supply)
  • Medicine, available in quantities of 1 or 5 (infinite supply)
  • Nine varieties of flower packets, available in quantities of 1 or 5 (infinite supply)
  • Two type of tree Saplings (infinite supply)
  • Various DIY Recipes (infinite supply)
  • Flimsy tools (infinite supply)
  • Colorful tools (infinite supply, but cycles in or out daily)
  • Outdoorsy tools (infinite supply, but cycles in or out daily)
  • Star Net (infinite supply, but cycles in or out daily)
  • Fish Fishing Rod (infinite supply, but cycles in or out daily)
  • Printed-pattern Shovel (infinite supply, but cycles in or out daily)
  • Two types of Umbrella (infinite supply)
  • Party Popper (infinite supply)
  • Eight types of Wallpapers (infinite supply)
  • Eight types of Floorings (infinite supply)
  • Customization Kit (infinite supply)
  • Two types of Wrapping Paper (infinite supply)
  • Native Fruit (infinite supply)
  • Wet Suit (infinite supply)
  • Timer (infinite supply)

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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese タヌキ商店
Tanuki shōten
Tanuki Shop

Korean 너굴상점
Neogul sangjeom
Neogul Shop

Simplified Chinese Nook商店
Nook shāngdiàn
Nook Store

Russian Лавка Нука
Lavka Nuka
Nook's Shop

Dutch Nooks Hoek Nook's Corner

German Nooks Laden Nook's Store

European Spanish Almacén Nook
MiniNook (New Horizons)
Nook Warehouse
Mini Nook

European French Boutique Nook Nook Shop

Italian La Bottega di Nook Nook's Store