|Folding Screen Of Fūjin And Raijin|
|Name in other languages|
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Wild Painting has been split into two halves, each of which are sold separately at Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler. Despite being labeled a painting in-game, both halves are treated as statues in the game's code, and consequently can occasionally be sent to the player in the mail by cranky villagers (who, like lazy, jock, and smug villagers, can mail the player art, but will only send statues).
In City Folk
- Sells for 10 Bells if it is a forgery.
In New Leaf
- Sells for 100 Bells if it is a forgery.
In New Horizons
- Cannot be sold if it's a forgery.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
(Right Half, forgery)
Folding Screen of Fujin and Raijin, also known as Fūjin-raijin-zu, depicts Fūjin, the Shinto god of the wind (pictured right), and Raijin, the Shinto god of the lightning, thunder and storms (pictured left), in a diptych style painting in four divisions. It makes use of Ma, a Japanese concept of spacing and intervals.