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This article is about a neighborhood. The Sims 2: Bon Voyage

Takemizu Village
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Combined with beautiful scenery, serene locales, and delicious foods, the Takemizu Village offers a peaceful and relaxing vacation for your family and friends. Learn about local customs and history while enjoying the beautiful sights. Come stay at this tranquil vacation spot that promises not to disappoint.
Name Takemizu Village
Game The Sims 2 Bon Voyage Icon.png The Sims 2: Bon Voyage
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Takemizu Village is a Far East-themed sub-neighborhood that appears in The Sims 2: Bon Voyage as a vacation destination. It is the smallest of the three vacation destinations. Takemizu Village has many oriental community lots. Some community lots are pagodas, like Takemizu Pagoda and Market or Takemizu Village Hot Springs. Others are mostly park, and some parks have Zen Garden and Tea Table. Ninjas sometimes appear the first time Sims appear on a lot, but they quickly teleport into somewhere else. Sims can learn to teleport by answering a question correctly from Ninjas.

Gesture: Bow

Local Delicacies: Chirashi, Ramen, Steamed Rice Bowl

Dance: Tai-Chi

Massage: Acupressure

Souvenirs: Pagoda by Oh The Memories, Doll by Oh The Memories

Secret Vacation Lot: Pagoda in the Shadows, occupied by Wise Old Man

Seasonal Progression[TS2:S]: Spring, Spring, Fall, Fall


Residential lots[]


Secret lots[]

Community lots[]


  • Interact with Locals
  • Eat local delicacy
  • Buy souvenirs
  • Buy jewelry
  • Take tours
  • Soak in the hot springs
  • Serve tea
  • Play Mahjong
  • Throw coins into Lucky Shrine
  • Rake the Zen Garden
  • Learn to Bow
  • Learn Tai-Chi
  • Learn Acupressure Massages
  • Learn to teleport from Ninja
  • Learn the Dragon Legend

Townies and NPCs[]




Overhead shot of Takemizu Village.

  • Takemizu (竹水) translates to "Bamboo Water" in Japanese.
  • As in Twikkii Island, pressing tab and zooming into the corner of the map reveals a random road with no lots and cars travelling back and forth along it. This road and the similar road in Twikkii Island are the locations of the secret lots.
  • If Bon Voyage is not installed, but a later expansion pack is, the terrain for Takemizu Village may be available as a terrain template.