Handheld item

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This is a list of items that can be held by the player throughout the Animal Crossing series. Only one item may be held at a time. In City Folk, New Leaf, and New Horizons, the player can swap between handheld items by pressing left and right on the D-pad.

Not all items listed here are available in all games; several non-tool items were initially absent in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but many were gradually added in updates, with most of those available from Redd. Villagers can also be seen from time to time holding items, including (in New Horizons) some that the player cannot hold (often in relation to a hobby), such as snacks, drinks, and magnifying glasses.

Balloon[edit]

Main article: Balloon (item)
This section is about the handheld item that the player can hold. For the balloons that hang in the air with presents, see Balloon (floating).
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Balloons are an item that the player can hold and can also be placed as a decoration. If the player trips while running, is stung by Wasps, falls in a pitfall (except in New Horizons), or wears an King Tut Mask while holding a balloon, they will lose that balloon. Balloons also come in the shape of Bunny Balloons and Heart Balloons.

Bean-Tossing Kit[edit]

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The Bean-Tossing Kit (known as Beans in New Leaf) is a handheld item that is usually obtained around Setsubun. In New Leaf, Beans are obtained from Timmy and Tommy for  800 Bells. In New Horizons, Bean-Tossing Kits are obtained from Nook Shopping during the Setsubun seasonal event for  800 Bells. When used, the player will drop down beans to the ground.

Boba[edit]

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Bobas are items introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells. They come in five flavors: coffee, green tea, mango tea, milk tea, and strawberry tea. Bobas are edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. Each Boba can be used three times to earn one energy point. These items are susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

Bubble Blower[edit]

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The Bubble Blower (known as Bubble Wand before New Horizons) is an item introduced in City Folk. When used, the Bubble Blower releases bubbles to the sky. In City Folk, the Bubble Blower can be obtained from Phineas in the city on clear days. In New Leaf, the item is obtained from players within the Happy Home Showcase. In New Horizons, Bubble Blowers can be obtained from Nook's Cranny for  150 Bells or Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells. Unlike previous games, Bubble Blowers can come in stacks of ten.

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Canned Drink[edit]

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Canned Drinks are items introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can be obtained from Redd at Harv's Island. They come in eight flavors: apple juice, coffee, grape juice, green tea, orange juice, soda, sports drink, and tea. Canned Drinks are edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. Each Canned Drink can be used three times to earn one energy point. These items are susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

Chitose Ame[edit]

Main article: Item:Chitose Ame (New Horizons)
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The Chitose Ame is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from Nook Shopping for  1,500 Bells in celebration of Shichi-Go-San.

Cotton Candy[edit]

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Cotton Candies are items introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells. They come in four flavors: melon, plain, ramune-soda, and strawberry. Cotton Candies are edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. Each Cotton Candy can be used three times to earn one energy point.

Dandelion Puff[edit]

Main article: Dandelion
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Dandelions are weeds/flowers that appear randomly in the player's town from March to November. After a few days, they turn into Dandelion Puffs, which can be held by the player. If they press "A" while holding one, the seeds will float away.

Donut[edit]

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Donuts are items introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can be obtained from Redd at Harv's Island. They come in four flavors: chocolate, matcha, strawberry, and white-chocolate. Donuts are edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. Each Donut can be used three times to earn one energy point.

Dumbbell[edit]

Main article: Item:Dumbbell (New Horizons)
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The Dumbbell is an item introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from Tom Nook after group stretching for 20 days. Using this item will cause the player to move the item up and down.

Duster[edit]

Main article: Item:Duster (New Horizons)
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The Duster is an item introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from Nook's Cranny for  1,100 Bells. Using this item will create a small particle of dust. Isabelle and Lottie can also be seen using this item.

Fan[edit]

Main article: Fan
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Fans are a type of handheld item available only in Animal Crossing, Doubutsu no Mori e+ and New Horizons. When used, the player will fan themselves as if they're trying to keep cool. There are several varieties of fan in each game.

Flower-Petal Basket[edit]

Main article: Item:Flower-Petal Basket (New Horizons)
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The Flower-Petal Basket is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.10.0 that can obtained from Nook Shopping for  1,400 Bells in celebration of Wedding Season. When equipped, the player will throw around flower petals.

Fountain Firework[edit]

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Fountain Fireworks are items in New Leaf and New Horizons. In New Leaf, Timmy and Tommy will sell them at their shop during August for  200 Bells, along Sparklers and Roman Candles. Isabelle may also give Fountain Fireworks to the player during the Fireworks Show, especially if they have no other firework-related items in their inventory.

In New Horizons, Nook's Cranny will sell a Fountain Firework for  600 Bells. Redd also sells a Fountain Firework for  500 Bells during the Fireworks Show. Players drop Fountain Fireworks on the ground to use them, unlike other handheld items. They cannot drop it on other player's islands unless they are marked as a best friend. After a Fountain Firework is used, it becomes a Used Fountain Firework, which is a trash item.

Fountain Fireworks also appear as Villager's up smash in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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Foxtail[edit]

Main article: Item:Foxtail (New Horizons)
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The Foxtail is an item introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from crafting using Clump of Weeds NH Inv Icon.pngClump of Weeds. The player will wave this item around.

Frozen Treat[edit]

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Frozen Treats are items introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells. They come in three flavors: chocolate, orange, and ramune-soda. Frozen Treats are edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. Each Frozen Treat can be used three times to earn one energy point. These items are susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

Good-Luck Roll[edit]

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The Good-Luck Roll is an item introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf that can be obtained from Timmy and Tommy's store during Bean Day (only on Japanese towns). The item is consumable three times by the player.

Handbags[edit]

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Handbags are a variant of bag items introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons version 2.0 that the player can hold instead of wear on the back. These items are obtained from Kicks, either on the main island or his Co-Op on Harv's Island.

List of handbags[edit]

Handbags in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Item Image Buy price Sell price Available from Style Label theme(s)
Apparel-Shop Paper Bag Apparel-Shop Paper Bag  720 Bells  180 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Elegant
Everyday
Bread-Print Eco Bag Bread-Print Eco Bag  840 Bells  210 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Active
Everyday
Camo Tote Bag Camo Tote Bag  980 Bells  245 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Active
Everyday / Outdoorsy
Clutch Clutch  2,200 Bells  550 Bells  Kicks
Cool
Simple
Formal / Party / Work
Department-Store Paper Bag Department-Store Paper Bag  640 Bells  160 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Elegant
Everyday
Electronics-Store Paper Bag Electronics-Store Paper Bag  600 Bells  150 Bells  Kicks
Simple Everyday
Fish-Print Eco Bag Fish-Print Eco Bag  840 Bells  210 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Active
Everyday
Flower-Print Eco Bag Flower-Print Eco Bag  840 Bells  210 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Active
Everyday
Furoshiki Bag Furoshiki Bag  880 Bells  220 Bells  Kicks
Simple Everyday
Logo Paper Bag Logo Paper Bag  600 Bells  150 Bells  Kicks
Simple Everyday
Logo Tote Bag Logo Tote Bag  980 Bells  245 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Cute
Everyday
Pleather Handbag Pleather Handbag  2,400 Bells  600 Bells  Kicks
Gorgeous
Elegant
Formal / Party / Work
Simple Tote Bag Simple Tote Bag  920 Bells  230 Bells  Kicks
Simple Everyday
Tiny-Flower-Print Tote Bag Tiny-Flower-Print Tote Bag  980 Bells  245 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Cute
Everyday / Fairy Tale / Outdoorsy
Veggie-Print Eco Bag Veggie-Print Eco Bag  840 Bells  210 Bells  Kicks
Simple
Active
Everyday
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Handheld Lantern[edit]

Main article: Item:Handheld Lantern (New Horizons)
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The Handheld Lantern is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from Nook Shopping for  1,500 Bells in celebration of Lantern Festival, a stand-in event of the real life St. Martin's Day. Holding this item emits a glow of light, and placing this item allows the player to toggle the lights on and off.

Ice Cream[edit]

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Ice Cream are edible items in Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Animal Crossing: New Horizons that come in various forms. By carrying the item, the player can consume the Ice Cream.

In New Leaf, Ice Cream can be obtained after the player has met with another player via StreetPass in the Happy Home Showcase eight times for Ice Cream, and nine times for soft-serve ice cream. Unlike Coffee and Sparkling Cider, a whole Ice Cream can be eaten by the player at once by pressing the A button.

In New Horizons, Ice Cream is obtainable from Redd at Harv's Island by participating in his raffle. Each Ice Cream can be used three times to earn one energy point for breaking rocks and moving trees. These items are susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

List of ice cream flavors[edit]

In New Leaf[edit]

  • Choco Soft-Serve
  • Lemon Double Scoop
  • Strawberry Ice Cream
  • Swirl Soft-Serve
  • Matcha Soft-Serve
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Vanilla Soft-Serve
  • Mint Double Scoop

In New Horizons[edit]

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Light Stick[edit]

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Light Sticks are items introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that, when equipped, will make the player wave the item around. The original Light Stick is obtained from Nook's Cranny for  1,500 Bells or from Isabelle when talking to her during the Countdown. The Colorful Light Stick can change to eight colors when tapping the A button once and is obtained from Redd at Harv's Island.

Both Light Sticks are the only items that the player will continuously swing around during the cutscene that plays after the Countdown reaches midnight. Villagers can also be seen during the Countdown sporting a Light Stick.

Magic Bag[edit]

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The Magic Bag (known in New Leaf as Santa Bag) is an item that is handed out from Jingle to be used to deliver gifts to other villagers. The Santa Bag is handed out if the player is dressed up as Santa in New Leaf. The player can inspect the bag for the items that they need to give to a specific villager. In New Horizons, the Magic Bag is handed out after giving Jingle three Festive Wrapping Paper. The player can only hold the bag for Toy Day only.

Maracas[edit]

Main article: Item:Maracas (New Horizons)
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Maracas are an item in New Horizons introduced in New Horizons version 1.7.0 that can be obtained from Nook Shopping for  2,000 Bells. The item is also obtainable from Nintendo after downloading the 1.7.0 Free Update. When used, the player will swing the maracas around to produce a shaking sound.

Megaphone (New Horizons)[edit]

For the megaphone in New Leaf, see Megaphone.
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Megaphones are items introduced in New Horizons version 1.7.0 that can be obtained from Nook Shopping in celebration of the Big Game Celebration, a stand-in event of the real life Super Bowl. Unlike in New Leaf, the item is primarily used to for the player to shout through the Megaphone. Four variants exists for the Megaphone, including the Fiery Cheer Megaphone, the Football Cheer Megaphone, the Glittery Cheer Megaphone, and the Starry Cheer Megaphone.

Nice Branch[edit]

Main article: Item:Nice Branch (New Horizons)
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The Nice Branch is an item introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from crafting using Tree Branch NH Inv Icon.pngTree Branch. The player will wave this item around.

Pan Flute[edit]

Main article: Item:Pan Flute (New Horizons)
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The Pan Flute is an item in New Horizons that can be obtained from crafting using Young Spring Bamboo NH Inv Icon.pngYoung Spring Bamboo. When used, the player will blow through the flute to produce a sound.

Party Popper[edit]

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The Party Popper (or Cracker in Doubutsu no Mori e+) is a single-use handheld item that shoots out confetti when activated. Unlike the sparkler or roman candle, they come in only one color variety.

Crackers are unobtainable in Animal Crossing but are used by villagers celebrating New Year's or the player's birthday. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, crackers can be purchased from Tom Nook's store from December 16 - 30, for  120 Bells, as well as during a One Day Sale.

In New Leaf and New Horizons, poppers are given to the player during special events, including the Countdown. They can also bought from Timmy and Tommy's store for  300 Bells. While party poppers are available all year in New Horizons, in New Leaf they are limited to the month of December. During grand opening celebrations in New Leaf and New Horizons, villagers will set off party poppers to celebrate a public work being completed.

Party Poppers also appear as Isabelle's forward smash in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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Pennant[edit]

Main article: Item:Nook Inc. Handheld Pennant (New Horizons)
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The Pennant is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.4.0. Only one Pennant, the Nook Inc. Handheld Pennant, has been added in the game, and can be obtained from Nook Stop for  500 Nook Miles. The player will wave this item around.

Pinwheel[edit]

Main article: Pinwheel
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The Pinwheel is an item in Animal Crossing, City Folk, New Leaf, and New Horizons. When the player is carrying it, it will spin. The pinwheel's spinning speed changes depending on the player's movement. Pinwheels come in various colors and sizes depending on the game.

Protein Shake[edit]

Main article: Item:Protein Shake (New Horizons)
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The Protein Shake is an item introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from Tom Nook after group stretching for 30 days. The Protein Shake is edible, allowing the player to move trees and break rocks. The Protein Shake can be used three times to earn one energy point.

Pocket Magazine/Pocketbook[edit]

Main article: Item:Pocket Magazine (New Horizons)
Main article: Item:Pocketbook (New Horizons)
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The Pocket Magazine and Pocketbook are items introduced in New Horizons version 2.0 that can obtained from Redd at Harv's Island. Using this item will make the player flip through the pages.

Roman Candle[edit]

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Roman Candles are a type of handheld object given to the player by Tortimer or Isabelle during special events (such as the Fireworks Show or New Year's Eve) in town. They are similar in appearance to Sparklers, but unlike Sparklers, Roman Candles glow a certain color when activated and shoot out sparkles in the direction the player is pointing them.

To get more Roman Candles, the player can drop the ones already acquired and then ask for more from Tortimer. Using this, the player can fill their whole inventory with Roman Candles twice. After that, Tortimer apologies to the player and claims that he has run out of fireworks.

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Shamrock Soda[edit]

Main article: Item:Shamrock Soda (New Horizons)
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The Shamrock Soda is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.8.0 that can obtained from Nook Shopping for  1,000 Bells in celebration of Shamrock Day. Using this item will cause the player to swing the item up to the sky.

Sparkler[edit]

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Sparklers are handheld objects that are given to the player to use during special events in the Animal Crossing series, such as the weekly Fireworks Show in August, as well as New Year's Eve. A Sparkler is similar in appearance to a Roman Candle, but only sparkles until it burns out.

In New Leaf, Timmy and Tommy will sell these for a limited time along with Fountain Fireworks, Roman Candles, and Sparklers during August. They will replace the Fortune Cookies if being sold. In New Horizons, sparklers will occasionally appear in Nook's Cranny for  600 Bells or from Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells in red or blue.

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Sparkling Cider[edit]

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The Sparkling Cider (known in European English as Fizzy Apple Juice) is an item in New Leaf and New Horizons. In New Leaf, Sparkling Cider can be obtained from Isabelle during the Countdown for towns set in North American English, North American French, or European French. When used three times, the player will drink down the glass.

In New Horizons, Sparkling Cider can be obtained for  1,000 Bells in a New Year's Eve seasonal event in Nook Shopping. Using this item will cause the player to swing the item up to the sky. Sparkling Cider is susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

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Spooky Treats Basket[edit]

Main article: Item:Spooky Treats Basket (New Horizons)
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The Spooky Treats Basket is an item introduced in New Horizons version 1.11.0 that can obtained from crafting, from villagers during Halloween or from Nook's Cranny during the month of October.

Takeout Coffee[edit]

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Takeout Coffee (known in New Leaf as Coffee) is a drink in Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Animal Crossing: New Horizons that can be obtained from Brewster at The Roost for  200 Bells in New Leaf and  300 Bells in New Horizons. Takeout Coffee can be consumed three times.

In New Horizons, drinking Takeout Coffee allows the player to move trees and break rocks. It can be used three times to earn one energy point. Takeout Coffee is susceptible to breaking by tripping either from bad health luck or by wearing a King Tut Mask.

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Tambourine[edit]

Main article: Item:Tambourine (New Horizons)
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The Tambourine is an item introduced in New Horizons that can obtained from Nook's Cranny for  1,500 Bells. When used, the player will play a beat on the instrument.

Tools[edit]

Tools are the most fundamental handheld items in the Animal Crossing series. Most tools can be purchased at Tom Nook's store or Timmy and Tommy's store, or in New Horizons they can be crafted with a DIY recipe.

The following items are considered tools:

Tweeter[edit]

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The Tweeter is an item introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It is obtained from the Happy Home Showcase after connecting with ten people via StreetPass or from Isabelle on New Year's Eve. In New Horizons, it is obtained from Redd during the Fireworks Show for  500 Bells or from Nook's Cranny for  800 Bells. When used, the player will blow on it and it will make a tweeting sound.

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Umbrellas[edit]

Main article: Umbrella
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There are many different designs of Umbrella, but they are mainly used as accessories and do not serve a major function. They can, however, be used to prevent the player from getting a tan on warm summer days. Villagers will carry umbrellas when it rains.

Wand (New Leaf)[edit]

For the wands in New Horizons, see Wand.
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Wands are items introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Four of the wands are Glow Wands that can be obtained from either Timmy and Tommy's store during December, or in the case of the Blue Glow Wand, from Isabelle. They come in four colors: blue, green, pink, and yellow. These items can be held by the player to emit a small glow of light. Two of the other wands, the Flower Fairy Wand and Kiki and Lala Wand, are obtained in special occasions; the Flower Fairy Wand after destroying 100 candy blocks in Animal Crossing Puzzle League's Candy Attack, and the Kiki and Lala Wand from ordering via Étoile's RV.