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Animal Crossing New Horizons Seasons - What ACNH Items can you get?


There are four seasons in real life, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons also sets four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The four seasons will show players different scenery.


Spring in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Spring Duration
Northern Hemisphere February 25 to May 31
Southern Hemisphere August 25 to November 30

Spring is the day when spring flowers bloom, especially suitable for planting or hybrid flowers. You can buy flowers in the most basic colors from Nook's Cranny using Animal Crossing Bells, and then crossbreed plants in rare colors. At a time, you can buy one or more than 3. A good island design requires a floral arrangement. Spring scenery on New Horizons Island consists mainly of clear skies, with the possibility of light showers. At a glance, the grass and trees are all emerald green. Bugs, fish, and deep-sea creatures that appear in the spring will gradually appear. Then the seasonal creatures unrelated to spring also disappear. Below are the events you can participate in and the Animal Crossing Items you can earn.


Summer in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Summer Duration
Northern Hemisphere June 1 to August 31
Southern Hemisphere December 1 to February 28

New Horizons' summer weather and spring weather are dominated by sunny days. Heavy rainfall or thunderstorms are more frequent in summer than in spring. Therefore, the weather in summer is generally humid. With rainfall, trees and grass will turn to a deeper or darker shade of green. Looking at the sun, you can predict the temperature intelligently. If you feel the heat is too high, you can also do summer protection, like using Animal Crossing Money at Nook's Cranny, Nook Stop, or Crafting to get an umbrella. Because in games before New Horizons​​​​ns, sunlight allowed players to stand outside for long periods to get a tan without an umbrella. After it rains, observe the sky for yourself. If you are lucky, you will also see a rainbow. To remember this moment, you can take a screenshot. Below are the events you can participate in and the ACNH Items you can earn.


Fall (Autumn) in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Fall (Autumn) Duration
Northern Hemisphere September 1 to November 25
Southern Hemisphere March 1 to May 25

Autumn consists of clear, sunny days and some light rain. The trees will start to change from bright green to dull green. By the end of the season, the ground, trees, and clover will turn a dull brown. Insects and rare fish are starting to disappear, replaced by cheaper ones like the Pike and Monarch Butterfly, making fall one of the quieter seasons in the series, rivaling winter. Nook Miles Tickets open the Mystery Tour, which means you can bring back non-native fruit and ingredients. That's why it's important to accumulate Nook Miles on your island. The more Nook Miles you accumulate, the higher your chances of acquiring rare materials and beating other players. Finding cheap ACNH Bells can also help you buy some limited-time decorative items. Below are the events you can participate in and the ACNH Items you can earn.


Winter in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Winter Duration
Northern Hemisphere November 26 to February 24
Southern Hemisphere May 26 to August 24

Winter weather mainly consists of snowy, cloudy days. Snowballs can be found around the town as the snow falls. These can be rolled up and joined together to make a Snowman or to spot and catch dung beetles. Due to the cold environment, the smallest number of small animals are captured in winter. All captured creatures can be sold at Nook's Cranny. But in winter, this harvest will be very small. ACitems.com allows you to get the most Animal Crossing: New Horizons island items for the least amount of money. This means you can decorate a room or island view at the fastest speed possible. Throughout the winter season in New Horizons, players have the opportunity to catch snowflakes and get big snowflakes from Snow Boys. Below are the events you can participate in and the ACNH Items you can earn.


All Nook Shopping seasonal event description

seasonal event Dates Items Hemisphere Nook Shopping seasonal event description
Hinamatsuri February 25 to March 3


Blossom Lantern

Northern "On this day celebrated across Japan, families wish for their girls to grow up healthy and happy. Many will decorate their homes with dolls representing the wedding of an emperor and empress, seated between bonbori lanterns."
π Day March 1 to 14 π Pie Northern "On March 14th, or 3/14, we honor the mathematical constant π (pi), whose first digits are 3.14. In honor of π and its critical importance to the math of circles, many choose to enjoy a circle of their own: a pie!"
Shamrock Day March 10 to 17

Shamrock Doorplate

Shamrock Rug

Shamrock Soda

Northern '"No matter where you live, this holiday is a great chance for everyone to show off their shamrock spirit! On this day, folks across the world will decorate buildings, food, and themselves with all the emerald green they can!"
April Fools' Day March 26 to April 1 Whoopee Cushion Northern "Beloved by some, reviled by others, April 1st—April Fools' Day—is often full of practical jokes and funny fibs. Just remember: the best pranks are ones where both the prankster AND the pranked are laughing!"
Singmogil April 1 to 10 Forsythia Northern "Celebrated in South Korea, this is a day for planting trees and caring for our forests. Traditionally, people plant forsythia shrubs, and their eventual flowering is said to herald the arrival of spring."
Prom April 1 to 30

Prom Sash

Prom Flooring

Prom Wall

Northern "Mainly celebrated in the USA, prom marks the end of the high-school year with a formal dance. Students wear fancy dresses and tuxedos, and at the finale, they'll often elect a Prom King and a Prom Queen."
Nature Day April 15 to 22 Cool Globe Northern "Use this day to think about and take action for the Earth's environment. Pick up trash, plant trees, recycle... No matter where you live, there are many ways to do your part to make the world a healthier, happier place."
Mother's Day May 1 to 31

Thank-You Mom Mug


Northern "Mother's Day is a day for saying "thank you" to that warm, loving person who always watches over you. What should go into a gift mug? How about all your love, for starters?" (Thank-You Mom Mug)
Children's Day April 28 to May 5

Carp Banner

Newsprint Helmet

Northern "Mainly celebrated in Japan, May 5th is when folks give good wishes for young boys to grow up healthy. Also called "Tango no Sekku," it's a day featuring decorative flags and kabuto helmets made from newspaper."
Cheese Rolling May 22 to May 31 Double Gloucester Cheese Northern "Do you love cheese enough to chase a wheel of Double Gloucester down a hill at 60 miles per hour? Many folks in Europe do! It's all fun and games until someone gets curd."
Grape Harvest Festival September 1 to 30 Grape-Harvest Basket Southern "Inspired by festivities in Spain, Italy, France, and Germany, this fun festival sees participants don traditional garb for dancing and a large parade to celebrate the grape harvest. Please enjoy your ceremonial basket!"
Moon-Viewing Day September 7 to October 8 Moon Rug Southern "Admiring the moon is a long-held tradition, but our celestial neighbor is especially beautiful as it hangs in the sky at this time of year. Please accept this commemorative moon rug as an event souvenir."
Shōgatsu January 1 to 15



New Year's Shimekazari

"In Japan, kagami-mochi ("mirror mochi") is set out as an offering to Toshigami-sama. On January 11th, you break the mochi apart and eat it, sharing out the spirit contained within for good health." (Kagamimochi)

New Year's Day January 1 to 15

Olivier Salad

2021 Celebratory Arch

Yut Nori

Zodiac Ox Figurine

Southern "This salad, a staple of New Year's celebrations in Russia, came about at the end of the 19th century. It was invented by Lucien Olivier, but since his recipe wasn't publicized, nobody knows the "official" way to make it." (Olivier Salad)

Big Game Celebration January 15 to February 15

Football Cheer Megaphone

Fiery Cheer Megaphone

Starry Cheer Megaphone

Glittery Cheer Megaphone

Football Rug

Southern "Whether a championship is on the line or it's a showdown with a rival team, folks love to get into the spirit of the competition with all kinds of football-themed decor and game-day accessories. Go, team!"
Setsubun January 25 to February 3 Bean-Tossing Kit Southern "Mainly celebrated in Japan. People throw beans outside as they shout, "Oni wa soto, fuku wa uchi!" This is said to ward off "demons," such as sickness and disaster, and invite a year of good health and peace."
Groundhog Day January 25 to February 2 Resetti Model Southern "Every year, a special groundhog emerges from its burrow on February 2nd. Legend says if it sees its own shadow, winter will continue for another six weeks. If it doesn't see its shadow, spring will arrive early!"
Valentine's Day February 1 to 14

Chocolate Heart

Heart-Shaped Bouquet

Southern "February 14th is Valentine's Day. Celebrated worldwide, people give cards, chocolates, flowers, and other gifts to sweethearts and to others who may be dear to them."
Lunar New Year February 10 to 17

Lunar New Year Decoration

Lucky Red Envelope

Southern "The beginning of the lunisolar new year is celebrated in many parts of Asia. Hanging certain red and gold decorations is said to bring peace, happiness, or good fortune!" (Lunar New Year Decoration)
Seollal February 10 to 17 Bokjumeoni Lucky Pouch Southern "The start of the lunisolar new year is celebrated in many parts of Asia. In South Korea, children are given small bags filled with money to wish for their good health. Don't spend it all in one place!"
Father's Day June 1 to 30

Thank-You Dad Mug

Thank-You Dad Apron

Northern "Father's Day is when we say, "Thanks for watching out for me, Dad!" But what should go into a gift mug for fathers? How about all your love, for starters?" (Thank-You Dad Mug)
International Children's Day June 1 to 15

Handmade Cape

Handmade Crown

Northern "This event is for celebrating children growing up in good health, while thanking those who raised them. If you've ever been a good kid or raised one, flip your cape in a superhero way!" (Handmade Cape)
Wedding Season June 1 to 30

Nuptial Bell

Nuptial Doorplate

Nuptial Ring Pillow

Flower-Petal Basket

Northern "There's a saying that June brides will be happy forever, which is perhaps linked to the month of June being named after Juno, the goddess of marriage and birth. Also, June is just a nice month to have a wedding!"
Dragon Boat Festival June 5 to 14 Festival Zongzi Northern "Celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the year according to the lunar calendar in parts of East Asia, this holiday is meant to ward off disease. Steamed sticky-rice dumplings are typically served."
Dano Festival June 5 to 14 Surichwi Tteok Northern "Celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the year according to the lunar calendar, in South Korea this holiday is for praying for a bountiful harvest and warding off bad luck."
Summer Solstice June 15 to 21
(Northern Hemisphere)
December 15 to 21
(Southern Hemisphere)
Sunflower Crown
Sunflower Rug
Both "The summer solstice is the day with the most daylight all year. Wear this sunflower crown under the never-setting sun and maybe your crush will notice you!" (Sunflower Crown)
Tanabata July 1 to 7 Bamboo Grass Northern "Celebrated on July 7th, this is the one day that the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi—represented by the stars Vega and Altair—can meet. Write a wish on tanzaku paper, hang it from bamboo, and wish on the stars!"
Marine Day July 8 to 22 Ship-Wheel Door Decoration Northern "This Japanese holiday celebrates the many blessings that the sea provides. It is a day to acknowledge the role of the ocean in cultural exchange, trade, and prosperity for a country surrounded on all sides by water."
Le 14 juillet July 10 to 20 Phrygian Cap Northern "The city of Paris celebrates this holiday with a large military parade followed by a spectacular fireworks show at night. This cap is a symbol of freedom in the style of those worn during the French Revolution."
Cowboy Festival July 15 to August 15 Rodeo-Style Springy Ride-On Northern "Many countries have their own cowboy-themed celebrations, but this one is inspired by Brazilian traditions. We hope this springy ride-on toy will help you get into the spirit!"
Cowherd & Weaver Girl Day August 5 to 14

Orihime Outfit

Hikoboshi Outfit

Northern "Based on the star-crossed story of two lovers who were only allowed to meet once per year. Perhaps you'll think of reuniting with someone dear to you when you wear this special outfit."
Obon August 10 to 16

Eggplant Cow

Cucumber Horse

Northern "Celebrated mainly in Japan, it is said that ancestral spirits will visit the living beginning on August 13th, arriving on creatures made from cucumber and eggplant before departing once more on the 16th."
Ōmisoka December 26 to 31 New Year's Noodles Southern "In Japan, many celebrate the new year with toshikoshi-soba ("year-passing soba") for good luck. The noodles' length is a symbol of long life, and the ease of cutting them represents cutting away misfortunes."
Silvester December 26 to 31 Berliner Southern "A Berliner Pfannkuchen is a type of German pastry filled with jam and topped with sugar—not unlike a jelly donut. They're available year-round, but are a traditional treat in Germany for New Year's celebrations."
Nochevieja December 26 to 31 Twelve-Grape Dish Southern "You eat las doce uvas de la suerte ("the 12 grapes of luck") at midnight on New Year's Eve for good fortune. As the bell tolls 12, you eat one grape for each ring. That's not a lot of time to eat 12 grapes!"
New Year's Eve December 26 to 31 Sparkling Cider Southern "No party to celebrate the new year is complete without everybody raising a glass of sparkling cider together. Reflect on the past year and wish everyone a good year to come… Cheers!"

The New Horizons game doesn't end and fail, which means you have plenty of time to design your island. Whichever design option you go for, you'll need to craft ACNH Items at a DIY crafting stand or buy Animal Crossing Items at a specialty island store. A good island design requires different AC Items to decorate the island. The original island is nothing, you need a variety of exquisite ACNH Items to complete the island decoration. You can draw on famous paintings, famous movies, famous sights, and even real-life scenarios. Remember, New Horizons doesn't limit your design ideas, you can play with unlimited design ideas for your island.