Mirror Room

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Mirror Room
LM Mirror Room.png
Area Area Two
Normal ghosts Mirror Ghost
Boo Kung Boo
The Mirror Room in the Nintendo 3DS remake of Luigi's Mansion.
The Mirror Room in the Nintendo 3DS remake
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The Mirror Room is one of the many rooms inside Luigi's Mansion. It is cleared in Area Two.

When Luigi enters the Mirror Room, the door seals behind him. As he explores, he sees five blue Mirror Ghosts in the reflection in the long mirror. After he captures the ghosts, the lights turn on and a red chest appears. The chest contains the Fire Element Medal, which allows Luigi to capture Fire Elemental Ghosts and use them to shoot fire from his Poltergust 3000. Luigi uses this new power to light up two candles in the room, unsealing the door.

The mirror in this room is the only one in the game that does not teleport Luigi to the Foyer if he scans it with the Game Boy Horror.


A Boo Ball being sucked by Luigi
Luigi sucking a Boo Ball in the room

The Mirror Room is a long room with two chandeliers, two candelabras, as well as a torch. A small drawer and a painting on the east wall complete the room. On the north wall is a long mirror.

Ghosts in the Mirror Room during the blackout[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 鏡の部屋
Kagami no heya
Mirror Room

French Salle des miroirs
Mirrors Room
German Spiegelsaal
Hall of Mirrors
Italian Sala degli specchi (GCN)
Sala dello specchio (3DS)
Mirrors room
Mirror room
Spanish La sala del espejo
Mirror Room


  • In this room it appears that Luigi is always looking at something near the ceiling, but it is impossible to tell what it is, even by going into first-person mode.