Spirittea Map Guide: Full Size Map and Important Locations

Last Updated: November 16, 2023 10:46 AM /


Spirittea Map and Locations Guide - Cover Image Map at an Angle

This guide will show you the full Spirittea Map and tell you what you can find in this mysterious town full of supernatural spirits.

Your new hometown in Spirittea is surprisingly dense with Villagers to visit and fun activities. In this guide, we'll point out all of the interesting locations we've found on the Map!

Spirittea Map

Spirittea Map and Locations Guide - Full Clean Map with No Villagers On It

The Spirittea Map is surprisingly dense with places to visit and things to find. Even more surprising, almost all of it is on one screen; only the Bathhouse and two areas of the Mountains are split into separate zones.

The northwestern portion of the Map is on the other side of a broken bridge; you won't be able to visit it until you fix it. That area aside, the rest of the Map is totally available to explore from day one.

Spirittea Locations | Villager Homes, Shops, and More

Spirittea Map and Locations Guide - Annotated Map Highlighting Important Locations in Town v3

Here are all of the notable locations we've found in Spirittea. Refer to the annotated map above to find out exact locations for each of these points of interest.

1. Summit

A cliff with a spectacular view. Some Villagers like to visit here, and you can find a certain Insect here, too.

2. ?

We don't yet know what this building is for.

3. Umakiki's House

The Spirit Umakiki can be found here once you probably track him down.

4. ?

We don't yet know what this building is for.

5. ?

We don't yet know what this building is for.

6. ?

We don't yet know what this building is for.

7. Hot Springs

The Hot Springs can be visited by yourself or with certain other Villagers. Staying in the Hot Springs will restore your Stamina, although you can gain a similar effect in your bathtub at home.

8. Mountain Shrine

The Mountain Shrine is one of the four Shrines that you can find in town.

9. ?

These two doors appear to be linked, but we don't yet know how to unlock them.

10. Bathhouse

The Bathhouse is a major location in the game where you'll provide services to Spirits in exchange for Moolags (money). It starts off in pretty poor shape, but you can upgrade it over time.

11. Sakura Tree

The Sakura Tree is the only place where you can get Sakura Blossom, a Resource used for Cooking and in one of the Shrines. Mysteriously, the Sakura Tree is blooming year-round.

12. Secret Shop

The Secret Shop is only open during the dead of night once you've leveled up your Spirituality and encountered the Spirit Ruko. It sells rare items such as Treasure Maps which lead to Diggables.

13. Secret Passage

The Secret Passage connects the Temple to the South with the Secret Shop near the Bathhouse.

Spirittea Map and Locations Guide - Secret Passage from the Temple to the Secret Shop

You can travel from the Secret Shop to the Temple pretty quickly, but traveling from the Temple to the Secret Shop will take a little time since you need to wait for a big rock to move. You will need to make use of the Secret Passage to track down a particularly troublesome Spirit later in the game.

That said, traveling via the Secret Passage is still faster than running directly to the Bathhouse at full speed despite having to wait for the stone to move. You can get to the Bathhouse about 10 seconds faster by using it, so take advantage!

14. Western Bus Stop

The Western Bus Stop is where some Villagers who live out of town will leave at the end of their workday.

15. Restaurant

The Restaurant is where you can play the Cooking Minigame, either by yourself or with other Villagers. You will also find a Spirit here after you've leveled up your Spirituality some.

16. Karaoke Bar

The Karaoke Bar is where you can play the Karaoke Minigame, either by yourself or with certain other Villagers. You can access the Karaoke Bar at any time, but unfortunately, you can't seem to purchase any snacks or drinks as you'd expect.

17. Gacha Machine and Arcade Machine

The Gacha Machine is where you can purchase small toys for 100 Moolags. There is also an Arcade Machine next to it that you can't figure out for some reason.

18. Bike Shop

As the name implies, the Bike Shop is where you can purchase a Bike.

19. Mountain Bridge

The Mountain Bridge is broken at the start of the game. You'll need to supply it with 6 Boiler Root Logs from the Bathhouse and pay 15,000 Moolags to repair it. Once it's fixed, you'll gain access to the Mountain.

20. Small Purple Apartment

Clarence and Julian live here.

21. Grey-Roofed House

Bruce lives here. You'll also have to discover a Spirit in this house.

22. Red-Roofed House

Miko and Quill live here.

23. Bathhouse Shrine

This is one of the four Shrines in the game.

24. Eastern Bus Stop

The Eastern Bus Stop is where you arrive in town when you begin your adventure in Spirittea.

25. Coffee Love

Coffee Love is where you can purchase coffee and similar drinks. Surprisingly, you cannot purchase the special tea that allows you to see Spirits here; you have to brew it yourself in your home.

26. Big Apartment

The Big Apartment is home to several Villagers. Eric, Gale, and Kim live on the second floor. Moby, Tobi, and Yumi live on the third floor.

27. Sujin's Boat

Sujin's Boat is where Sujin lives.

28. Eko's Convenience Store

Eko's Convenience Store is where you can purchase certain Cooking ingredients. Kenzo works in the store and lives above it.

29. Crop Fields

The Crop Fields are where Song and Amelia grow food. You'll also track down a Spirit here.

30. Traditional Workshop

The Traditional Workshop is where Fae lives and works. You can interact with the small book outside of the shop and to the right to purchase upgrades for the Bathhouse.

31. School

Several Villagers work at the School; naturally, this massive building is also home to a Spirit and some items that you'll need for the Shrines.

32. Your House

This is where you live.

33. Drinking Stand

The Drinking Stand is where you can play the Drinking Minigame at night by yourself or with other Villagers.

34. Fields Shrine

This is one of the four Shrines available in the game.

35. Leigh's Van

This is where Leigh lives.

36. ?

We don't yet know what this small stone shrine is used for.

37. Tea Fields

The Tea Fields are where Tifa works; you can buy Tea Leaves from her to make the special tea that allows you to see Spirits.

38. Song's Shop

Song's Shop sells tools, furniture for your home and the Bathhouse, Cooking Recipes ingredients, and other useful items. Song and Amelia live above the Shop.

The Bulletin Board to the right of Song's Shop will list any strange encounters the Villagers have been having with Spirits; this is the primary way to find out which Spirits you haven't yet found.

39. ?

We don't yet know what this large tree does.

40. Pension

Jillian, Sora, Tera, and Yari live in "Pension," a small house by the southern beach.

41. Temple

The Temple is an important religious structure and home to Young. The dogs Jan and Maru live outside.

As you might expect, you'll also encounter a Spirit here.

42. Temple Shrine

The Temple Shrine is one of the four Shrines that you can find in town.

That's the end of our Spirittea Map and Locations Guide, but there's plenty more to explore -- make sure to check out our other guides below!

Have a tip, or want to point out something we missed? Leave a Comment or e-mail us at tips@techraptor.net

A photograph of TechRaptor Senior Writer Robert N. Adams.
| Senior Writer

One of my earliest memories is playing Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System. I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I… More about Robert N

More Info About This Game
Learn more about Spirittea
Game Page Spirittea
Cheesemaster Games
No More Robots
Release Date
November 13, 2023 (Calendar)
Purchase (Some links may be affiliated)