Hohojiro Mask

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The Hohojiro Mask is headgear in Splatoon 3.

It is a 1-star item produced by amiibo and comes with the primary ability Sub Power Up. It is only available from the Shiver amiibo. It cannot be ordered from another player.

Appearance

The Hohojiro Mask is a replica of the mask that Shiver wears during Return of the Mammalians.

Splatoon 3

Hohojiro Mask
Hohojiro Mask
Category
Brand
Ability
amiibo
Star power
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Introduced
17 November 2023

Abilities

The Hohojiro Mask comes with Sub Power Up as the primary ability. As a 1-star item, the Hohojiro Mask comes with two additional slots for secondary abilities. The star level may be increased with Super Sea Snails for 1 (first), 1 (second), 5 (third), 10 (fourth), or 20 (fifth) Super Sea Snails per star. Increasing the star level to 2 stars will add another secondary ability slot for a total of three slots. Increasing the star level beyond 2 stars will increase the gear experience gained by a cumulative 3.333…% up to 10% additional experience at 5-star level. Since it is made by the amiibo gear brand, it has equal chances to roll any secondary ability.

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Trivia

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ホホジロノオモテ
Hohojiro no omote
Hohojiros' mask / public face. [note 1]
Netherlands Dutch Hohojiro-masker Hohojiro mask
CanadaFrance French Masque des Hohojiro Hohojiros' mask
Germany German Hohojiro-Maske Hohojiro Mask
Italy Italian Squalomaschera Sharkmask
Russia Russian Маска клана Хоходзиро
Maska klana Hohodziro
Hohojiro clan mask
SpainMexico Spanish Máscara clan Hohojiro Hohojiro clan mask
China Chinese (Simplified) 颊白的面具
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 頰白的面具
South Korea Korean 호호지로 가면 Hohojiro mask
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Translation notes

  1. "Omote" can mean both mask and "front side." This alludes to the Japanese cultural aspect of one's public face (表 omote) and private face (裏 ura). The "omote" is about etiquette and manners, whereas the "ura" is about the behavior only appropriate around one's own family, or even the darker side of a person.

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