The Manifest refers to lists of lost objects and items in Ōkamiden assigned by characters to Chibiterasu, which he must trace down each one in the list to return to the owner. Most of the manifests are optional and are done for Praise, though two of them are mandatory for the storyline.
Unlike Key items, Manifests are marked as "Finished" and would not disappear when completed. A completed list but not yet given back to the owner will be colored purple on the "Manifest" index in the pause menu.
|Gunpowder||In the demon scroll near Nameless Man's kilns.||"Multi-colored gunpowder."||Combustable substance used for firearms and pyrotechnics purposes.|
|Fuse||"A firework fuse."||A fuse used a measure of firework's combustion timing.|
|Firework||In the Demon scroll near the entrance to Agata Forest.||"Empty firework casing."||The casing for fireworks' combustible and igneous colorful chemicals as well as the gunpowder.|
|Tube||In a Demon scroll just outside Tama's house.||"A tube for launching fireworks."||Used as a muzzle to fire fireworks casings into the sky.|
Upon completion and given to Tama, he will express his delight and begin preparing fireworks for his show.
The lost list of the items and materials used by the Nameless Man to make potteries in his kiln. It was said that it was taken by the demons to Hana Valley. It is the earliest optional manifest in the game.
|Potter Wheel||On the stretch of ground across the river at Hana Valley's entrance.||"A turntable for making pottery."||A round, turning table used to molding and shaping the clay by spinning the table for the motion of the hands to shape the clay mass on it.|
|Black Clay||In a small cursed area outside of the cave with the mural depicting the ritual of raising the Guardian sapling; Kuni would notify this cursed area upon passing it.||"Clay with a deep rich color."||A black colored semi-soft phyllosilicate composed mineral containing variable amount of water trapped inside, used to make dark and usually shiny colored pots.|
|Enamel||"A glaze that makes a pottery shine."||Called the Enamel Paint. It is used as paint for a hard, glossy finish on a manufactured industrial product.|
|White Clay||"Clay with pure white color."||A white-cream colored semi-soft phyllosilicate composed mineral containing variable amount of water trapped inside, used to make light and usually clean yet glossy looking pots.|
|Red Clay||"An earthy red clay used to make cups."||A pinkish-brick colored semi-soft phyllosilicate composed mineral containing variable amount of water trapped inside, used to make colorful and favorable porcelain works.|
Upon completion and given to the Nameless Man, he will mention making pottery in-between exercising.
Mika's Holy IconsEdit
|Holy Icon 1||"A painting of the great Amaterasu."||A great painting in the goddess Amaterasu's depiction.|
|Holy Icon 2||"A painting of the great Amaterasu."||A great painting in the goddess Amaterasu's depiction.|
|Holy Icon 3||"A painting of the great Amaterasu."||A great painting in the goddess Amaterasu's depiction.|
|Holy Icon 4||"A picture of the great Amaterasu."||A great picture depicting the goddess Amaterasu.|
|Holy Icon 5||"A picture of the great Amaterasu."||A great picture depicting the goddess Amaterasu.|
|Holy Icon 6||"A picture of the great Amaterasu."||A great picture depicting the goddess Amaterasu.|
|Holy Icon 7||"A picture of the great Amaterasu."||A great picture depicting the goddess Amaterasu.|
Upon completion and given to Mika, he will be very grateful that all of the icons have been retrieved.
The lost list of fishing rod parts needed by Karude which were stolen and hidden by the demons all around Agata Forest and the fabled Demon market. This is the fourth manifest and the third optional one in the, but it cannot be completed in the first visit to the Demon market, since during the event, the Celestial Brush technique Vine has yet to be obtained.
|Pole||On the upper section of Agata Forest, near the former entrance to Shinshu Field, in an alcove behind a wall that can be destroyed by Cherry Bomb.||"A sturdy rod for catching fish."||A long rod fashioned for a steady hold while casting the lure when fishing.|
|Line||Outside of Madame Fawn's temporary shack, originally hidden by a small cursed area.||"A fishing line that is almost unbreakable."||A strong, thin line that is made very sturdy so that no just any fish could break them.|
|Hook||In the treasure chest on top of the scaffolding in the construction site after the first gate of the Demon Market, next to the bulletin boards. Accessed via the usage of Vine||"A fishing hook made from a deer's antler."||A hard, crooked hook carved from deer antlers.|
|Float||In the corner to the right of the staircase in the second area of the Demon market, requiring Rejuvenation to restore the broken floor around the treasure chest to gain access to it.||"A fishing float made of wood."||A float specially made for fishing fishes that likes to pull the lure downwards. The wood material made it particularly adaptable on water according to low density and buoyancy.|
|Lure||Inside an alcove in the cliff of Southern Ryoshima Coast adjoining the beach on ground level, looking straight towards the Sunken Ship, revealed by Cherry Bomb.||"A shiny stone that attracts fish."||A synthetic, fish shaped stone made for attracting hungry, larger fishes.|
|Sinker||"A small weight for a fishing line."||A particular stone-like matter usually made from silverish tin. It helps in balancing the difference between the lure actually being dragged around or simply sinking.|
Upon completion and given to Karude, he will be very grateful that all of the fishing rod parts have been retrieved. He said that he will give it to Kokari to replace his previously broken fishing pole that was meant to save Nanami.
Madame Fawn's GoodsEdit
The stolen list of some of the goods used by Madame Fawn to perform her fortune-telling. Some of it was scattered in Agata Forest while the others were carried by Demon scrolls. This is the second manifest needed to be completed during the storyline.
|Crystal||"A large crystal that occludes vision."||A mysterious yet unusual crystal ball that serves as the medium for seeing ethereal events of occultism.|
|Slip||"A slip for inscribing prayers."||A prayer slip specially used for fortune-telling purposes and prays for the revelation of the vision in fortune-telling.|
|Bone||"Gives images of the future when heated."||A special skull of an animal used in cleromancy. By reading the cracks of the bone when heated, the future can be read.|
|Odd Necklace||"An item that won't reveal the future."||A mysterious necklace that hinders the revelation of the future.|
Upon completion and given to Madame Fawn, she will state that she had known that Chibiterasu would find her items and offers to predict his future.
Priestess Rao's TreasuresEdit
|Prayer Slip||"A slip of paper with Rao's gratitude."||A particular prayer slip depicting the gratitude for the late Rao's service to Sei'an City and to Queen Himiko.|
|Wooden Block||"Used by Rao during her temple rituals."||A particular bell-shaped wooden block which is utilized by Rao during Ankoku Temple's rituals.|
|Beads||"A necklace worn by Priestess Rao."||The azure-colored bead necklace originally worn by the real Rao. It was recovered from her remains inside the secret tunnel behind Ankoku Temple to Himiko's palace.|
|Scroll||"Rao's log of events at Ankoku Temple."||The log scroll of Rao's to record all of the events in Ankoku Temple.|
Upon completion and given to the Priest, he will very grateful that the Rao's items had finally been retrieved.
The stolen ingredients of the Sake Brewer in the house next to the inn at Yakushi Village. All of them were snatched by demons and were carried to Hana Valley. This is the seventh manifest and the fifth optional one in the game.
|Rice Malt||Carried in the Demon Scroll at the first area of Hana Valley, just after the wooden plank bridge.||"A key ingredients for making fine sake."||Some germinated rice, dried to prevent the embryos from developing and sprouting. It would then be used to raise eukaryotic micro-organisms in yeast, which in turn would secrete several enzymes to ferment the starch in rice to alcohol.|
|Rice||Carried by the Demon Scroll in the underground lake with several stone islands and floating wooden logs, just before the spike barrier.||"A key ingredient for making fine sake."||The second most popular, high calorie crop worldwide that contains a high amount of starch that can be fermented by yeast into a potent alcohol.|
|Pure Water||Carried by a Demon Scroll just next to the Sakigami statue.||"A key ingredient for making fine sake."||A particularly sweet-tasting water commonly taken from natural springs, containing a certain amount of mineral ions unique to the source. Its purity and sweetness determines the quality of a sake.|
Upon completion and given to the Sake Brewer, he is will be surprised and very happy that he has finally got his sake ingredients again. He also proclaims that his sake can outclass even Kushi's sake.
The stolen treats belonged to Momotaro made by his grandmom. He lost each one of them to demons lingering around Shinshu Field when he crossed the area to reach Yakushi Village. Momotaro wanted to recruit all of the animals in the Yakushi Village Inn, so he requested that Chibiterasu and his partner retrieve them back. This is the eighth manifest and the sixth optional one in the game.
|Kibi Dango A||"A tasty treat made by Momotaro's grandmom."||A treat bag that are mostly comprised of food items made from fruits, seeds and certain types of grains. It is highly favored by fruit and seed-loving animals everywhere.|
|Kibi Dango B||"A tasty treat made by Momotaro's grandmom."||A treat bag that are mostly comprised of food items made from herbs and several kind of grass and leaves. It is highly favored by herbivorous animals everywhere.|
|Kibi Dango C||"A tasty treat made by Momotaro's grandmom."||A treat bag that are mostly comprised of food items made from fish and meat. It is highly favored by fish and meat-loving animals everywhere.|
The list of journals written by the Underground Ruins' excavation team, lost to the demons in the ancient labyrinth. This is one of the optional manifests to be done and the Journals may not be obtain again after the destruction of the Underground Ruins. When a member of the excavation team is talked to before meeting the Scholar Lady, he will ask Chibiterasu and Kurow to retrieve them from demons
|Journal 1/8||"This is a log of our excavation project."||The first log of the investigators' writing regarding the introduction of their project.|
|Journal 2/8||"These ruins appeared 300 years ago."||The review about the ruins that it has existed since the past three centuries.|
|Journal 3/8||"The structure is made of unknown materials."||The reports about the materials of the ruins' architecture being unidentifiable.|
|Journal 4/8||"There are strange markings inside."||The log of investigation regarding the strange markings that has been marked almost on every part of the ruins.|
|Journal 5/8||"Some of them are like Sugawara's crest."||A review about one of the markings to have some resemblance with Sugawara's particular crest.|
|Journal 6/8||"Some markings are the same as Waka's."||A review about one of the markings a similar with Waka's crest.|
|Journal 7/8||"Is there a connection between the two men?"||A report and certain investigation regarding the connection between Waka and Sugawara.|
|Journal 8/8||"Gen is helping us make sense of it all."||The final log entry regarding it's credit about Gen's assistance in understanding the secrets of the ruins and everything else connected to it.|
Upon completion and given to the Investigator, he will thank Chibiterasu and his partner and said that it will certain help them in the research.
- ↑ "Hot dang dancing on a roof! You found all the stuff I need. I'll show you some crazy fireworks!"—Tama (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "Now that's what I'm talking about! I can now make pottery in between exercising!"—Nameless Man (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "Thank you for finding the Holy Icons of Amaterasu! This will be good for the people!"—Mika (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "I want to make a fishing rod for my son. help me y finding the equipment those demons stole"—Karude (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "I knew you would find my things! If you have the money, I'll tell you what I know about you!"—Madame Fawn (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "Thank you for finding these items. They have great sentimental value."—Priest (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "*Sigh*On my way here, some demon took all of my sake ingredients. And I was really looking forward to making some top-quality sake... Actually... If you find anything please let me know. Since it was a demon, you can bet it went to Hana Valley."—Sake Brewer
- ↑ "I can't make word-class sake without the proper ingredients! Find them for me, if you please!"—Sake Brewer
- ↑ "My sake's ingredients! That's everything then! Now I can get started on my world-class sake. Thank you!"—Sake Brewer
- ↑ "I'm so happy I have everything back now. I almost can't believe it. I tel you, partner, my sake is gonna outclass even Kushi's brew."—Sake Brewer
- ↑ "I'm on my way to making the best sake in the world! You can have a cup when you're old enough!"—Sake Brewer
- ↑ "Animals don't listen to me unless I feed 'em. Find my treats so I can get them to follow me!."—Momotaro
- ↑ "M-my kibi dangos! I think that's all of them now. Now the animals here will definitely become my retainers. Thanks!"—Momotaro
- ↑ "Animals dig these kibi dangos treats! I should have no trouble finding retainers now!."—Momotaro
- ↑ "An army of demons marched on the ruins and stole our journals. Please get them back!"—Investigator (Ōkamiden)
- ↑ "Thank you so much! These journals are of great scientific value. I can't thank you enough!"—Investigator (Ōkamiden)