Animal Crossing: New Horizons now offers two new seasonal items. To celebrate the Obon Festival in Japan, Nook Shopping already sells eggplant cows and cucumber horses for a limited time. 

The new merchandise will be sold until August 16, at 500 bells each. If you don't have enough Bells, you can go to the ACItems website to Buy Animal Crossing Bells. The two will rotate every day, so you need to check back to get both. To order items, please open the Nook shopping catalog from your NookPhone or the NookStop terminal of the Resident Services Building on your island, select "Special Goods", and then go to the "Seasonal" tab. 

Some other seasonal items can still be ordered. You can buy Hikoboshi and Orihime clothing before August 14th, and rodeo-style springy ride-on will be available before August 15th. Each outfit sells for 2,500 bells, while the springy ride-on is 2,000 bells. 

As the part of 1.11.0 update, the new Obon items were added to it. The patch also introduces some other new seasonal items to the game, including boba and cotton candy. These delicacies can be won from Redd’s booth during the August fireworks show, which will be held every Sunday evening this month. In September, Nook Shopping will also provide moon cakes and other moon-viewing foods. 

In addition to new seasonal items, Nintendo also released a new 1.11.1 Animal Crossing update. For new players, choose a safe store to Buy Animal Crossing Bells is an important thing. This patch mainly solves some of the problems that occurred in the game after the above 1.11.0 update, including the bug that caused the seasonal cloud to not appear as expected. Nintendo says that it will launch more Animal Crossing: New Horizons updates later this year.