Aside from just progressing through the main story and barreling your way through the tough bosses of Nioh 2, there’s plenty of other interesting side content to get into as well. This includes the Hidden Teahouse facility, and the various services that it offers. Here’s how to get Tea Utensils and what to do with them in Nioh 2.
Tea Utensils in Nioh 2
Once you reach the third region in Nioh 2 and complete the first mission there, you’ll unlock the Hidden Teahouse facility in the Starting Point menu. And once you do so, you’ll start seeing enemies drop Tea Utensils as you defeat them in combat.
At first glance, they might not seem to have much use to you, but you can actually make use of them to give yourself passive stat boosts that could help out in the long run. Once you’ve gathered a few Utensils, go back to the Hidden Teahouse and choose the Appraise option.
Appraising Utensils is completely free of charge, and does not require you to spend any Glory points. These Utensils have different rarity ratings as well, and will gift you with various decorations and cosmetics that you can use to remodel your hut with.
Head back to your hut via the Starting Point menu, and then choose the Remodel option.
From here, you can decorate your hut with the new items you got, and each item can boost your luck, money, and Utensils drop rate stats. This is especially helpful for players who want to farm up more items and money from enemies, and getting more Utensils will always help with that.
How to Get Utensils
As mentioned previously, Tea Utensils are a pretty rare drop from enemies in Nioh 2. However, the more Utensils you get, and the more you decorate your hut, the higher the drop rate will be, and the farming process should go by a little quicker.
As always, you can also make use of the Kodama Blessings at the shrine to increase your item drop rates in combat.
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