On February 9, Sega launched a new event in Sakura Revolution: Maidens In Bloom’s (Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi). The limited-time event, titled “Critical Valentine Maidens’ Recipe,” runs from February 9 through 22, 2021. All players who cleared the Aogashima chapter are able to participate.

Event visual for Sakura Revolution's Critical Valentine Maidens' Recipe in-game event.


A three-minute trailer was revealed for the event, which is narrated by event stars Mutsuha Mogami (CV: Karin Takahashi) and Tsutsuji Takasaki (CV: Megumi Yamaguchi). The two Flower Division members explain the basic plot behind the event and the the prizes that players can earn.


Sega describes the plot as:

The girls are making chocolates on Valentine’s Day.

However, those who who aren’t used to making chocolate continue to fail…

In order to get chocolates themself – no, to help their team, the commander has decided to help them all practice their chocolate-making skills!


Images of Tsutsuji and Mutsuha in their Valentine’s Day costumes were revealed, which you can check out below.

Teaser visual featuring a blonde woman in a green dress and a grey-haired woman in a black and pink dress. Both are standing, holding boxes of chocolate.

Event Details


From February 9, 2021 through February 22, 2021, all main scenario quests, free quests, and sub-quests will drop event-specific items, which can be exchanged for various prizes.

Event-specific drops include:

  • Cacao Beans
  • Luxury Cacao Beans
  • Heart Emblem
  • Cute Wrapping Paper
  • Cute Ribbon


Spirit Emblems

Players can earn five Spirit Emblems through the event.

  • Spirit Amulet: With Love From Aogashima (4 Star/ 5 Star)
  • Spirit Amulet: B.L.A.C.K. Valentine (4 Star)
  • Spirit Amulet: Tenjin Family Tea Party (5 Star)
  • Spirit Amulet: Making Chocolate for the Scholars (5 Star)
  • Spirit Amulet: Blow It Up! Chocolate (5 Star)

The “With Love From Aogashima” emblem can be earned by exchanging Heart Emblems and Cute Wrapping Paper. All others can be obtained via the event-specific gacha, which runs through February 22.

The four-star “With Love From Aogashima” Emblem can be upgraded to a 5-Star emblem, if players have four of the 4-Star emblems.

A purple-haire girl smiles as she holds a bag of chocolate. She is flanked by chibi girls with brown hair and black hair.

With Love From Aogashima

Each of the Spirit Amulets increases the drop rate for specific event-specific materials when equipped:

  • With Love From Aogashima: Cacao Beans
  • Tenjin Family Tea Party: Luxury Cacao Beans
  • Making Chocolate for the Scholars: Heart Emblem
  • Blow It Up! Chocolate: Cute Wrapping Paper
  • B.L.A.C.K. Valentine: Cute Ribbon

Other Prizes

Heart Emblem

  • Valentine Costume: Tsutsuji Takahashi
  • Valentine Costume: Mutsuha Mogami
  • Spirit Emblem: With Love From Aogashima
  • Technical Bell
  • Improved Drawing of the Moon
  • Improved Drawing of the Wind
  • Type 2 Spiricle Power Engine
  • Type 2 Spiricle Fiber
  • Type 2 Spirit Conductor Suspension
  • Type 2 Spirit Conductor Gear
  • 150,000GP
  • 10,000GP

Cute Wrapping Paper

  • Spirit Emblem: With Love From Aogashima
  • Type 1 Spiricle Power Engine
  • Type 1 Spiricle Fiber
  • Type 1 Spirit Conductor Suspension
  • Type 1 Spirit Conductor Gear
  • Wind Crystal
  • Moon Crystal
  • Demon Bone
  • Demon Horn
  • 60,000 GP
  • Heart Emblem

Cute Ribbon

  • Spirit Emblem: With Love From Aogashima
  • All Great Spirits
  • Wind Drawing
  • Moon Drawing
  • Wind Crystal Fragment
  • Moon Crystal Fragment
  • Small Demon Bone
  • Small Demon Horn
  • 30,000 GP
  • Cute Wrapping Paper

Cacao Beans

  • Luxury Cacao Beans

Luxury Cacao Beans

  • 10,000 GP

Trust Rewards

In addition, by raising a team member’s trust level to Rank 2 or higher, players can trigger a unique conversation event. Listening to this will reward the player with event-specific dialogue, as well as a Maiden’s Chocolate item that recovers 200 AP.

About Sakura Revolution

Sakura Revolution was originally announced via two dueling projects: Sega’s Project B.L.A.C.K. and Delightworks’ Nippon Dakkan, before both were revealed to be one and the same during a live streaming event on September 2, 2020.

Chapter 3 officially debuted on January 12, 2021.

Analytics service App Annie reports that the game was the #2 most downloaded title in Japan’s iOS App Store and the top downloaded game on the Google Play store for December 2020.

On December 22, 2020, Sega Sammy announced that the title had reached 500,000 downloads. On January 21, 2021, Sega announced that the title crossed one million downloads.


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