Garden Tour For The Harvest Moon Fans
This garden tour is for those who love everything about Harvest Moon games and want to see gardens that use the same motif in real life. The garden tour was created by user Seraphim1215 on October 31, 2018. The tour is currently in Day 3 of 6 days. As it continues on, you’ll find the gardens get more difficult.
To find the specific garden, use the Google Map below. Each garden is located halfway between a major intersection and its related landmark.
This tour is not endorsed by Natsume GAMES, Arucard Co. or their affiliates. This tour is not associated with any of the official Harvest Moon games or websites. The author does not claim ownership of any copyrighted materials that are displayed within these gardens. Credits go to their respective owners.
How Do You Make sure Your Product is Agreed upon by Customers? Is it Really Worth It?
The exact amount of time and number of customers for the tour is not decided yet, but going by the previous tour and its events, you have to have at least 50 people. If you have more than 50 people for a group tour, then there’s another way to get a certain amount of “participants”: there will be a list of people who are not in the tour and you could ask a specific number of them to join (usually one per day); these will appear on your farm at the morning. The official harvestsign also has to have your name on it, so you have to pick up some produce from your farm/town/forest and sign it. The same applies to the official harvestsign: they have to be up, but they can be placed as close as possible to your farm without affecting the crop’s life (preferably at a pool of water; if you place them on the ground, they’ll destroy the soil).
There are some basic rules regarding signs: if you place them on stone or metal, they’ll tear and disappear; if you put them on grass, the sign will deteriorate.
In order to get the point system, you have to talk to the mayor in order to check your progress and get rewards. Rewards are not necessarily monetary; they can also be a special item (an accessory or furniture), a special emote, or an Encyclopedic entry.
You can get any of these things if you meet the following requirements:
The Story Behind The Products and Services Agreed with Customers/Customers’ Feedback
After the tour, a certain person from the Harvest Moon series will contact you, saying he/she is from the company and official, and will tell your story about all the wonderful things you’ve done for customers. This is where you get the official harvestsign.
The official harvestsign is a paper, and the name on the official harvestsign means you did an official harvest, so if you get one at the end of a tour, that’s your last official harvest.
However, since there are only 4 tours per world (world 1, 2, 3 and 4) every time you pick up a harvestsign from a different tour will mean that you have finished doing tours for that world.
It is also possible that a person could use your character to do very many tours for you, and also send you harvestsigns every time. Because of this, there is no way to know for sure if it was really you who used this trick.
But, if a character does really many runs for you (maybe over 100) and sends you a lot of harvestsigns, then it’s safe to say that the player character has done the Harvest Moon game(s) that much.
Harshly Making Sure That Your Agreed Product Does Not Piss Off Your CUSTOMERS!
It’s advised to not have games, tours and/or events on a specific day if there is a religious holiday (for example, Christmas). That day is also known as “day off”. If you’re doing the tour, it’s because you really want to meet your fans. Remember: they are customers just like you are. Regardless of what they say or do back in their country, they are still all humans. If possible, try not to schedule the tour on a holiday unless the person plays Harvest Moon or anything similar to it. If they really really love it, they would understand.
It’s also advised to allow for a break, if possible, so the player can go home and eat.
Remember: IT’S THE PERSON’S DAY OFF! They came to you! Remember that they are running on very little sleep (which leads me to my next statement) when it comes to sleeping. If a person is crossing time zones, it can mess up their sleeping schedule. Be gentle with them or they may feel worse than before the tour began.
Also remember: we are all humans, so treat us with respect and you’ll be treated with respect.