This is our list of recommended Dream Addresses to visit in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH). Here you can find dream codes for dream islands with different themes, like the coolest Japanese or Western-style, Natural, Cottagecore or Fairy Tale themes, or maybe even some spooky Horror towns!
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Makoi Island was made by the amazing Denim2, who also recreated the trodden down dirt part popular all over the world. Well put-together with dark tones and a natural feel, it's no surprise that this island had over 1,000 visitors just moments after Dream Suite went live!
Garrak, the creator of the infamous
Aika Village returns with new and improved Aika Island! With over 20,000 likes on Twitter, Aika Island is fast becoming one of the most popular Dream Islands to visit.
Famous for its eerie setting and unnerving storyline, fans of the original village are thrust back into the nightmare of frogs, dolls, and the foreboding sense that there might be something out there - beyond the stars...
|Owner||むつみ | MUTSUMI|
With brilliant use of Custom Designs, Mutsumi's Toaru Island (meaning "A certain Island" with the "somewhere far away" nuance often seen in novels) is like something out of a beautiful picture book.
We're sure anyone who visits is will be amazed and inspired, and this island is one you'll want to visit again and again just to take in the calm blue atmosphere.
Roughly translating to "Man-Eating Island", the name itself evokes a sense of dread and Sol's island doesn't disappoint!
While the island itself is elaborately decorated, the house is the real point of interest here. It boasts an intimidating aura and, as soon as you enter the house, you're met with frightening imagery such as scattered talismans and wispy candles barely lighting up dark rooms.
Client Island was literally based on the concept of a picture book, and the charm of it is undeniable! mizuame* has made an island that shows off the fall season at its very best, and we strongly recommend going there to relax and enjoy the scenery.
emi's Sweetberry Island has a super cute, pink design. It's a wonderful and sweet island that looks like something out of a dream with lots of candyfloss! It also features a spacious residential area similar to real-world tropical countries such as Hawaii and Guam. The island's bright atmosphere makes you just happy being there!
Full of summer vibes and paused in a spectacular sunset, we present you chocolate's Étoile Island! Quite literally decorated from top to bottom, the full tour of this adorable island might take a while and is an absolute must-see!
Going full out on the color white, Konpeito made by m is a fantastic island you have to visit! The island's purely white landscape combined with a lack of plants makes it feels cold and almost desolate, but is at the same time it's gorgeous and fascinating. Wear white when visiting for some awesome photos!
Rei's Langerhans Island features western-style horror. According to its creator, the emphasis is more on "social scaryness" with the island displaying a sense that reality is being eroded. It's an island where beautiful scenery coexists with the strange and eerie.
Omochi Island is characterized by its natural setting. Using an alternative version of the natural dirth path and lots of furniture, Luna has certainly enriched and emphasized the natural look of the island!
The island is fixed on the day when there's a meteor shower. This, along with the mushroom lamps and star fragments, gently illuminate the island - creating a serene and comfortable atmosphere.
Anko's Ama Island has a circus theme that's colorful as it is charming. The creator uses fossils as part of buildings in various places, giving the island a unique and thrilling look that's full of surprises!
The concept of Sakai Island is a "mysterious town". Although it may seem like an eerie island at dark, it also has its hidden mysterious beauty that will keep you gazing. It is a popular Dream Town with over 3,400 likes on Twitter.
A lively island bursting with bright colors, Marumaru Island was designed to have areas where you can put items wherever you like, but will still feel harmonious. You might see furniture in unusal places, but it definitely represents the playfulness and the creativity of the player!
Mea Ghoul's Island, called 37564, is an island where horror lurks in every corner. You are greeted by an aurora sky when you wake up, followed by the creepy messages, unsettling music, and a lot of bones. We recommend visiting this as you will appreciate each intricate detail placed on the island.
Glasses Mochinous' Island, with the hashtag #HAKUHOTO, has over 36,000 likes on Twitter. A vibrant island with notable areas inspired by Kamakura and Enoshima in Japan, a seaside city and an island with a shrine respectively. Some areas are inspired by Venice such as the Blue House and the Milky Way.
The owner is also a Custom Designs creator, and they have many designs shared online. You may also check their Youtube channel on the link below.
A Japanese-themed horror town, Oni Island is a wonderfully-crafted island where furniture and Japanese-style houses are used to achieve the creator's goal, to make players uncomfortable with their blind spot. It may seem like a nice Japanese island at a glance, but you will not know what to expect when the camera moves with you, or changes angle.
Dive into a world of magic and fairies on Puripuri Island, with its charming nature-themed furniture that go well with the greenery. Get lost in the island's magical forest that definitely feels like a dream!
A botanical resort bathed in pink, Kohaku Island (Amber Island) is teeming with nature where you can sit down and relax. The creator, Occy, commented that a few of their custom designs are saved from other players but most of them are created by them.
A rustic island bustling with nature, Annaberg Island is a simple town where you can feel the flowers and trees swaying through the wind. Although it is still an unfinished island, it is, overall, still a nice island to visit.
Geppe Island is refreshing to look at with its rustic theme created by natural wooden furniture. Inspired heavily by sceneries in Italy, you can visit the island at sunset and stroll through outdoor cafes, pizzerias, and museum souvernir shops.
Sakura Island was made by Mikachi from very our Animal Crossing Walkthrough Team and is mainly inspired by Japanese themes. All areas are clearly separated, and the experience gradually changes as you go along.
Sadaharu's lovely Ibuki Island shows off a more rural side of Japanese themed decorations. It has the cozy and nostalgic feel of Showa-era Japan!
On Shintakara Island, made by Shimota, loads of Japanese gardens are mixed in between street stalls, temple-like areas, and restaurants. It's a unique island full of things to see, and everything is lined with Japanese-style cobblestones, completing the atmosphere.
Zawa's Zawa Island is a distinctly Japanese, with decors such as festival areas and hot springs, and even the villagers are Japanese-inspired. The island has been carefully divided, making it easier to navigate to see all the beautiful sights and locales.
Machihiko's Konpei Island is a land where the camellia is always in bloom. The west side of the island is a Japanse-style area, whereas the east side is lovingly decorated in Taisho Romance aesthetic. The island is in the Southern Hemisphere during Winter. The snowy landscape and colors perfectly match the Japanese theme, giving the island a graceful and elegant feel.
Nyankoro's Yattokame Island is a Japanese-style island with zen gardens, and lots of bamboos. Take your time to stroll around the island, and going to the basement of the inn-like house at the end.
Areas on the Ride-On Island are packed with various elements borrowed from Japanese and Western styles. It also has a natural resort vibe to it. The creator focused on the clifftop library where you can oversee the Japanese-style area below, as well as the pool area with the DJ booth. Each area on the island has a different feel so visiting this is a joy.
Ram's Silenthill island certainly lives up to its name! Clever use of skull radios and blood splatter even by innocent things like a Life Ring gives the entire island an eery feel. We recommend the hospital and the "Zipper room"; it's almost as scary as Zipper himself!
We could swear there were the sound and cloud puffs of a character teleporting in the woods, but there was nothing there...
|Island Name||(ルーナ島) Luna Island|
Kobayashi's Luna Island boasts a Western-style design and atmosphere that make it look like it's straight out of a fairy tale book. With a carefully designed gardened and masterfully arranged rocks, this island is like a fairy tale dream come true!
Yuu's island, Avalon Island, is a unique island with a mix of Japanese and Western-styled areas. We especially love the spot on the image above, which takes you through a nice city-scape.
|Island Name||Hexa Island|
Sen's Hexa Island is sure to thrill visitors that have a love of Hexagons. The whole island, including its shape, incorporates hexagonal elements with great mathematical symmetry. We challenge you to count every hexagon in this island when you visit!
Parrot Cay Island is a charming island with many detailed and nicely decorated areas, a great island to visit for inspiration. We especially like the museum area and the lovely forest area behind the camping spot!
|Island||オビワン島 (Obiwan Island)|
Obiwan Island's distinguishable characteristic is that it has a adult-like atmosphere. Walking around makes you feel like a grown up, as it features a bar as well as an outdoor beer garden. It is a well-designed island that feels classy.
|Island||みるきー島 (Milky Island)|
Milky Island is a fancy island inspired by Western-style cityscape. Facilities and nature coexist and are well-balanced. It features multiple areas including a seaside street and a star shine garden which are breathtaking!
|Island||トド島 (Sea Lion Island)|
Todo Island (Sea Lion Island) has a light atmosphere where you can sit down and relax, and enjoy the rural sceneries on the island. You can stroll through a lot of areas which are handcrafted and have different aesthetics, but complement each other.
While the many lovely gardens and nature spots on Kohaku Island (Amber Island) are definitely a must-see, we also strongly recommend checking out Aa-Tan's well decorated residential areas!
Nekobo's Kotobuki Island is rich with nature, with the general shape and locales of the island organized naturally. The sound of cicadas and rushing waterfalls will delight your senses and make you feel at ease. The island also has several secret passages, urging visitors to go off the beaten path when exploring.
Soleil Island created by Akane has the perfect balance between nature and furniture. There are many places where you can simply relax and take in the scenery without feeling overwhelmed by items, perfect after a long week of terraforming!
"Just an Island" as the name translates to belongs to Yuu~, and is an island overflowing with trees and nature in the best possible way! It also offers many different sights to see, like an area with fossils, so it's truly a perfect island for adventuring!
(Butter Chicken Island)
Don't let the name of Macharo's island fool you! Butter Chicken Island tells a story of social issues.
When you visit the island, you'll see illegal garbage dumps, an abandoned amusement park, and even homeless compounds! Each locale is rich in storytelling, and despite this atmosphere, the residents of the island are doing their best!
In the silence of the night, walk through the rain on Gnostic Island, which features playful furniture used in wicked ways. Custom Designs are used to create missing persons posters. You will definitely appreciate the beauty and madness on this island
Unless specifically stated by the island, all islands featured here have been posted on our Game8 Dream Address share board. The island here are our favorites, but we recommend checking out the forum for more fantastic island dream codes!
We are currently reaching out to owners of popular islands shared on Twitter and will share them here if we get permission!
Islands and Dream Codes shared here may not be shared elsewhere without permission from the island owners, neither for personal use or business.
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