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Junimo Chest

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Junimo Chest
Junimo Chest.png
Through the power of forest magic, every Junimo Chest links to the same stash.
Source: Qi's Walnut Room for Qi Gem.png Qi Gem (30)
Sell Price: Cannot be sold

Junimo Chests are purchasable storage items that function similarly to chests, although instead of maintaining an individually managed inventory, all Junimo Chests share one global inventory between them, of nine spaces. Any item(s) placed in one Junimo Chest can be accessed by the player from any other Junimo Chest.

They can be purchased from Qi's Walnut Room. At first you can buy two chests for Qi Gem.png 30 and then later one chest at a time for Qi Gem.png 15 each.

Much like regular chests, Junimo Chests must be empty in order to be removed, and can be placed in many different places throughout the Stardew world. However, if a Junimo Chest is left in the walking pathway of a villager it will disappear (its contents, however, will not be dropped, and will still be accessible from other Junimo Chests).


  • 1.5: Introduced.
  • 1.5.2: Special Order related items that are stashed in Junimo Chests are now properly removed once the Special Order expires.