Animal Crossing New Leaf: QR Codes for Hanabi’s Main Path

I did not design this path. I took (horrible) pictures of it from the June 2013 issue of Famitsu DS + Wii. I have not tested these pictures on the 3DS, so if they don’t work, comment.

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If you use the path in your town, send me your dream code. I’d like to go see.

4 thoughts on “Animal Crossing New Leaf: QR Codes for Hanabi’s Main Path

  1. Wow, it is very nice looking! I don’t know anything about the QR codes. I don’t know any Japanese so would I have problems if I used a QR code from a Japanese magazine or another Japanse language source? I saw a promotion one time by the Mezzo Piano clothing brand where you could scan the QR code and having your AC character wear one of their outfits. It sounds like a great advertising idea! I think that the Japanese fashion brands are so cute (my favourite being Daisy Lovers because of the cute monkey)but I doubt that I could fit into any of the clothing as I have wide hips.

    P.S. Does that magazine have interesting things in it? It looks like it has cute Animal Crossing and Touch Detective articles in it (I like Nameko). I came across another magazine called Piko Puri that I think is a bi-monthly publication. It looks like it’s a similar publication with lots of cute stuff (including the very cute looking Kuma Tomo game which I hope will be translated into English as soon as possible).

  2. Hello! I love your blog and your town! By any chance do you have the QR Code to your wood-plank path?

  3. Thank you! I’m a bit busy at the moment so I can’t scan or take pictures of the codes. I got them from a Japanese Animal Crossing Design book. The book is all in Japanese, but has over 200 QR codes and tons of different layout ideas for your home and village. If you’re curious, they sell it at Kinokuniya fairly reasonably.

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