What’s Behind the Golden Walnut Door in Stardew Valley

On Ginger Island there are a number of things players can unlock using Golden Walnuts they collect. Many of these unlocks are straightforward affairs with you knowing exactly what you get in exchange for the walnuts. One unlock that will remain mysterious to you is the Walnut Door on the west-side of the island. If you are wondering what’s behind the Golden Walnut Door in Stardew Valley, we’ve got the answer for you.

What’s Inside the Golden Walnut Room on Ginger Island

Image showing the Golden Walnut Door on Ginger Island in Stardew Valley.
The mysterious walnut door.

On the west-side of Ginger Island in the northwest corner of the beach you will find a mysterious door. When you approach this door you will hear talking behind it. To enter this door you need to find a total of 100 Golden Walnuts (doesn’t matter if you spend them) during your time on the island.

Image showing the Golden Walnut room on Ginger Island in Stardew Valley.
A familiar face is lurking there.

Once you meet the requirements the door will open allowing you to enter the Golden Walnut Room. Inside this room you will encounter a mysterious face in Mr. Qi. Mr. Qi has setup a special room on the island that contains two pieces of Stardew Valley end-game: Challenges and a shop. Challenges are timed bounties you can complete to earn Qi Gems. Qi Gems can then be spent in the special item shop which contains a number of really useful items.

That’s all you need to know about what’s behind the Golden Walnut Door in Stardew Valley. Mr. Qi making his appearance on the island shouldn’t be all the shocking as he enjoys making a profit wherever possible. Mr. Qi’s room on the island provides plenty of end-game content to explore.

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