Where to find Octopus on Dondoko Island in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

Who needs fins when you have tentacles?

Written by Jason Venter
Published Apr. 21, 2024

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, like so many Like a Dragon/Yakuza games before it, has a load of great side content. Some of the most enticing content comes in the form of Dondoko Island, the resort you visit and then upgrade to please picky guests you invite to your little slice of paradise. But they have really fishy demands, and a couple of them even want octopus.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth - Where to find Octopus

When you have either Asakura or Kenji Gorchov as a guest, you can make them especially happy with a gift of Octopus. However, first you have to find it. You can use your harpoon to catch Octopus at Dondoko Falls, at Splish Splash Bridge, or at the Rest Area pool on the Dondoko Farm.

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Splish Splash Bridge is my favorite place to fish for octopus. I can't be sure, but they seem most numerous there. You can find the bridge once you progress enough to unlock the Dondoko Lake area. The bridge connects the island to Gachapin Beach.

Related: Where to catch Jellyfish on Dondoko Island in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

A secondary option is Dondoko Falls, pictured above. You reach it from the Forest area. Just head up the stone steps to find the higher ledge overlooking a waterfall. To reach the fishing spot, descend a ladder from the far edge of the ledge, then swim across a shallow pool to an area that looks like a dock. With the harpoon equipped, you can stand near its edge and look out at swimming fish.

Finally, you can go to the Rest Area pool at Dondoko Farm. It seems like almost everything appears somewhere on the island, and also on the farm. I haven't frequently found octopus there, but I have on occasion. I would say check there as a last resort. Keep in mind that once you catch enough Octopus, you can sell them for 3400 Dokobucks each.

Jason Venter
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Jason Venter has been writing about games since he discovered the medium as a small child, but people didn't start paying him until around 2002. He began by writing online at HonestGamers, the site he founded, and spent a few years writing for Hardcore Gamer Magazine. Since then, he has freelanced for leading outlets such as IGN, GameSpot, Polygon, and numerous others. When he's not playing and writing about video games, he spends what little time is left writing and publishing fantasy novels.

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