Tea Room

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Tea Room
The Tea Room from Luigi's Mansion
Area Area Three
Normal ghosts White Grabbing Ghost, Gold Mouse
Boo Mr. Boojangles
The Tea Room in the Nintendo 3DS remake of Luigi's Mansion
The Tea Room in the Nintendo 3DS remake
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The Tea Room is a room explored in Area 3 in Luigi's Mansion. During the blackout, a Blue Blaze and an Ice Elemental Ghost can be found.

When Luigi enters the Tea Room, haunted dishes from the shelves fly at him. Two White Grabbing Ghosts appear and can hold Luigi in place, making Luigi vulnerable. After Luigi sucks in the two ghosts, a large, white treasure chest with the Ice Element Medal inside appears on the left table. To reach the chest, Luigi can use the two Arrow Switches in the room to get on the table and open the chest.

The Tea Room is a symmetrical room, containing two tables with four chairs (two in the Nintendo 3DS version) each. A small box sits on the eastern table. There are also two cabinets that take up the entire length and height of the east and west walls. A crystal chandelier hangs in the middle of it.

There is a 20% chance a Gold Mouse appears as soon as Luigi enters the room. A cheese housing an additional Gold Mouse can be found behind the left table.

Ghosts in the Tea Room in the PAL Hidden Mansion[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ティールーム
Tī Rūmu
Tea Room

French Salon de thé
German Teezimmer
Tea Room
Italian Sala da tè
Tea room
Spanish El salón de té
The Tea Room