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Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Gift Guide

There are several Substories in the game that require you to find specific gifts for specific people. In this Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Gift Guide we list the location of all of the different gifts you need to buy in order to make friends with certain NPC’s and unlock their Substory.

There are a number of characters you meet, usually during Substory events, that Kasuga can develop a deeper connection with. These characters will all ask for a minimum of three gifts, after which you will watch a small cut-scene or event designed to act as the closing of the story of that character. These characters include Machiko (Miss Match), Maeda (School), Bartender (Revolve), and Julie (Aloha App).

Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Gift Guide

Below are all of the gifts you need to buy in order to keep these characters happy and develop your friendship further. Although we said each character requires three gifts, some of the characters share a gift so you can just stack up on multiple versions.

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Where To Buy Hawaiian Cosmetics

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Where To Buy Plumeria Bouquet

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Where To Buy Dim-Sum Assortment

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Where To Buy Assorted Cigarettes (Tobacco-Assortment)

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Where To Buy Alohabeer Gift Set

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Where To Buy Coffee Beans (Coffee Assortment)

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Where To Buy Matsumoto Shave Ice Gift Set

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Where To Buy Postcard Assortment

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There are 52 Substories, much like side quests, in Infinite Wealth. In this Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Substory Guide we'll tell you where you can find the location of all of the different Substory events, the rewards you receive for completing them, and any hints and tips for the more challenging Substories.
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