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This is an article about the Canteen (Tea Shop) and the effects of food in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). If you want to know more about the canteen and food skills, read on!
|Canteen Basics||Dango List|
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The Canteen (Tea Shop) in Monster Hunter provides bonuses valid for the next quest. The bonuses that it provides are no joke so do not forget to eat before every quest.
A new food called Bunny Dango is made by Yomogi the Chef. She and her trusted Palico companions try their best to make the tastiest Bunny Dango!
The main mechanic of the canteen in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise) revolves around the flavors of Dango. The skills change depending on the flavor combination you choose!
The Canteen (Tea Shop) is in the Gathering Hub so hunters do not need to go out to the village and eat. You can even eat together with your friends during multiplayer sessions!
In the demo, it is confirmed that you can access the Canteen (Tea Shop) while inside the camp tent. However, you cannot access Daily Specials while in-quest.
|1||Sit down on any chair and choose to eat a meal.|
|2||Choose payment method. You can pay using money or points.|
|3||Order a Bunny Dango or choose from registered Dango combinations by Ordering the Usual.|
|4||Choose the Dango flavors you want. You may choose up to three (3). Take note of the effects and activation percentages!
Use Dango Tickets if you want! Also, register Dango combinations here!
You may also register a specific Dango combination for future use! This will streamline eating in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise) especially when farming repeated quests!
You can use Dango Tickets while choosing flavors for your Dango. Tickets and vouchers assure that food skills will activate. This also gives your hunting friends the same effect so use this in multiplayer hunts!
The Bunny Dango that Yomogi and her Palicos make is confirmed to provide stamina and health boosts!
No, as it still gives a bonus to health and stamina that rises as you progress in the game. Spiribirds do still however allow you to get health and stamina bonuses on top of what you normally get from eating Dango, so finding the route to get them is still important if you want to maximize your stats!
The skill activation, like the past games, from eating in the canteen is random. You can see a percentage chance activation based on the Dango flavors you choose!
The skills are now taken from the dangos that Yomogi and her Palicos cook! They have a percent chance activation in the field, and can have guaranteed activation through Dango Tickets. Check our guide below to learn more about the available dango skills!
Daily Special Dangos are only available in the shop, not in the field. They change every day, so make sure to maximize the use of a dango you like when you find it!
Expanding the canteen is as important as upgrading your hunter. To expand the Dango list make sure to talk to Yomogi the chef and do the quests she requests of you!
The Canteen does not expand per se, but the bonus you get from eating Dango increases as you progress through quest ranks.
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|Room Guide: Things To Do Inside Your Room||Training Area Guide|
|Canteen and Food Skills||Gathering Hub Guide|
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|Cohoot Guide||List of Settings|
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|Affinity and Negative Affinity||Monster Size and Effects|
|Wirebug Moves and Controls||Silkbind Attacks|
|Wyvern Riding Guide||Turf Wars|
|Hunter Rank (HR) Guide||Rampage Guide|
|Crafting List||What is the Rampage?|
|How to Lock-On and Target Settings||Switch Skills Guide|
|Abnormal Status and Elemental Blight Guide||How to Use Photo Mode|
|Unchangeable Features||How to Fast Travel|
|Fishing Guide||Quest Completion Rewards|
|How to Carry Eggs||Respawn Timers|
|Melding Pot Guide||How to Upgrade Kinsects|
|How to Change Armor Pigment||How to Hide Armor Pieces|
|Solo and Offline Play Guide||How Does Sharpness Work?|
|How to Rollback Weapons||How to Forge Weapons and Armor|
|Damage Types: Difference Between Sever, Blunt, Projectile Damage||How to Use Weapon and Armor Designs|
|Multiplayer and Co-op Guide||Hunter Connect and Like Function|
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Waist1: 35, 65, 40
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