Like a Dragon Gaiden Flying Takoyaki is yet another Akame Network support request like the Black Car, as you need to track down a particular named object or location, capture a photo of it, and return back to the NPC to complete the request. It’s not too confusing to accomplish, but I can understand if you get lost trying to find the exact objective location.
‘Find The Flying Takoyaki’ Request
As shown in the images I have showcased above, you can find the female NPC for the Find the Flying Takoyaki request in the Stijl Bar, located via elevator access on the main Sotenbori Street on the North side of the map.
The request itself can be unlocked like the other various ones as soon as you reach Chapter 2. It is here where Kiryu will be introduced to Akame and her Network Activity, through which you can find these requests for tons of NPCs in Sotenbori. Keep in mind that you may not notice this request available on your map until you progress a few other requests or reach a certain level threshold for the Akame Network activity.
Flying Takoyaki Location
From the images above, the Flying Takoyaki in question is essentially a large Takoyaki Model, suspended above a Stand and located at the intersection of Shofukucho and East Shofukucho Street.
You can travel here by any means, via hitching a Taxi or on foot. The only other Takoyaki stand (Which is actually accessible) in the city is towards the upper right side of the map, so it’s understandable if you can’t find the location on your lonesome. Once you’re here, just take a photo of the sculpture using Kiryu’s phone camera and then head back to the bar with the NPC to complete the request.
- You will be rewarded with 600x Akame Network Points.
What I Think Of This Request
Like the other requests in the game, they can eventually get tedious to complete repeatedly. I’m 6+ hours into Like a Dragon Gaiden, but if you ask me, they are honestly worth it, especially if you want to obtain the Platinum Trophy like I am. These requests have a Fetch quest design, but if you can spare the time to do them during main missions, you can easily get 100 percent completion in under 20 hours.
This concludes my guide, but feel free to let me know what you think of the game so far and if you’re excited to play Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth next year, which should be a treat for JRPG and Yakuza fans like me. For further queries about the request, comment them below!
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