A tasseled "dixie cup" sailor hat. It is sold in the SBR hat shop in Morioh and was bought by Yoshikage Kira three days before Josuke emerged, and is remarkable as Josuke's first clue toward discovering his true identity since it led him to Kira's apartment. Josuke is never seen without the hat.
A local culinary specialty of Morioh, the Sesame Honey Dumplings are bite-sized mochis filled with honey-like sesame seed, edamame or cream. They spill easily and are supposed to be bitten with the back teeth. Yasuho gave a box of them to Josuke, who found the dumplings delicious and would later associate them with his romance with Yasuho. He also bites them with the front teeth, spilling the filling.
With vengeance in mind, Ojiro planted various traps in Kira's apartment. The traps range from needles hidden in objects to a naked female hostage.
Ojiro forces the naked woman to shut up, by puppeting her into drowning herself in the bathtub. After trying to lift her out to no avail, Josuke manages to save her by draining the tub, but cut his right hand from the sharpened stopper chain.
A pile of razors placed in one of the bathroom shelves.
Later, Ojiroforces the naked woman into cutting her tongue off with the razor. After a brief struggle, Josuke manages to pry the razor out of her hand, but then is manipulated into attempting to cut himself with the razor he's now holding on to. It is here that he awakens his StandSoft & Wet for the first time.
A hacksaw with "Why not cut it off?" labelled on its blade.
After the naked woman tells Ojiro about Josuke's location, Ojiro forces Josuke into grabbing the hacksaw and trying to cut his own head with it. Later, when Yasuho returns to the apartment, Josuke is then forced into throwing the hacksaw at her, cutting and branding her right hand.
A photograph of Yoshikage Kira, taken near the spring in which Josuke was found. It led Josuke and Yasuho back to the spring, in which the corpse of Kira was found, deepening the mystery about Josuke's identity.
A shrine dedicated to Johnny Joestar situated near Shakedown Road. It is a typical Japanese shrine whose characteristic is a sailor cap and collar on a Buddha statue, recognizable because of his bindi and Khakkhara. It commemorates the death of Johnny Joestar with his name engraved below the statue. The locals regularly give donations and take care of the shrine.
A dessert served in the Higashikata Fruit Parlor in order to recycle unsold melons, specifically muskmelons given the color. It consists of nine layers of from top to bottom:
Jelly and whipped cream
Crunchy corn biscuit
The dessert is served in a specially crafted fountain glass designed by Norisuke Higashikata IV. While it is supposed to be eaten from top to bottom, the movement of the spoon inside it will mix the layers and ensures that the taste of each mouthful is different.
Returning home from a trip, Jobin bought souvenirs and gave them to his family, including Josuke and Kei.
A spiny lobster figure that Jobin gave to Joshu. Joshu appreciates the gift and shows it off to Josuke, before growing jealous by Josuke's stag beetle gift. Later, Hato makes fun of Joshu's lobster, asking him where he's going to put it.
An ashtray made from a broken coconut that Jobin gave to Daiya. Daiya is at first happy to have received the ashtray, but then quickly grows bored of it because of how she's only 16 and nobody in her family smokes.
A jeweled necklace. It was once a designer's necklace that Hato Higashikata wore during a photoshoot, but which broke. Tamaki Damo gathered the pieces and remade the necklace so that the jewel would spell "I Love You" (ダイスキ,Daisuki). Hato found it extremely charming and became Damo's girlfriend because of it.
An eye medicine, only remarkable in that it served as a distraction for Josefumi Kujo and Yoshikage Kira to steal branches of the Locacaca from Aisho Dainenjiyama. Josefumi and Yoshikage pretended that Eye Eye Syaa was a miracle medicine, pushing Aisho to take one and try it. They then used that distraction to their advantage, and Aisho was stolen from without knowing and thinking that the medicine was great.
The name references Hol Horse's catchphrase 'Aye Aye Sir' from Stardust Crusaders.
Cursed money tied to Milagro Man. It takes the form of a bill whose serial number always finishes with the number "13". The money multiplies itself through a curse, causing the victim to be unable to purchase anything and is able to shapeshift to mimic the local currency. If its proprietor tries to destroy the money, it attacks them. The only way to get rid of it is to have it stolen and then for the thief to try to destroy the money. Joshu becomes the latest victim of the curse.
A bra and panties that a young Jobin was forced to steal from his mother, for his childhood bully. When the underwear was shown to the bully, the bully was awed by the bra's cup size, and declared his lust for Kaato.
Later, the bully was busted by the police, because of the underwear and photos.
Along with stealing his mother's underwear, the bully also demanded a candid photo of Jobin's mother in the shower. However, the bully ended up being busted by the police, because the underwear and photos were found.
A dessert that the plant appraiser Rai Mamezuku creates for Josuke and Yasuho atop his ski-lift "home". Consisting of Romanoff (a golden cream made by combining meringue, sugar, and egg whites) and sliced strawberries, it is shown to be so delicious that it causes Josuke to cry and Yasuho to squeal with delight.
Larvae that Rai Mamezuku breeds in his home and keeps safe in vivariums. These larvae are used to accelerate fruit growth. By burrowing into a plant's vascular bundles, these insects can make it so a ripe fruit will develop within two days.
A pair of small rocks belonging to Toru. They light on fire when one scrapes them together, yet are not hot even if one clenches them in the hand. Toru shows off their properties to Yasuho to catch her interest and gives them to thank her for her help in finding Satoru Akefu.
The evacuation slide panel of an airplane that comes off loose. It is mentioned that last year there were 542 reports of missing pieces of aircraft, and only three of them weighed above one kilogram; this piece weighs approximately 3 kg (6.6 lb), and is 147 cm (4.82 ft) by 60 cm (2.0 ft) by 30 cm (0.98 ft) in size. During Yasuho's fight with Toru, after it's been declared that Yasuho is next to die in the line of calamity, this piece tears off from an airplane 10,000 meters above ground and comes flying down towards the Higashikata house, bound to hit Yasuho. However, Josuke successfully lands a hit on Toru with one of his Spin bubbles, letting Yasuho off the hook. The panel is redirected by Wonder of U to avoid hitting Toru and crashes through the Higashikata house's roof and into the living room.
A cream stew made by Kaato Higashikata that her son Jobin likes. It is a stew with Mezame potatoes of the Incas that are peeled, cut and deep fried into cooking oil. Just one day before his death at the hands of Wonder of U, Jobin told his mother that he'd really like some again, so she brought a full pot over, but it turns out to be in vain when she finds out her son died.
Joseph's getas, which he wore in 1941 at the time he was attacked by Radio Gaga. The getas were engraved with his Japanese name Josefu (仗世文). He lost his getas during the attack and one of the getas was later found by Josefumi Kujo's grandfather, who became somewhat fixated by the name on the shoes and named his grandson "Josefumi" after the kanjis found on the geta.
A set of cakes produced by the Higashikata Fruit Company. At the end of the story, the Higashikata Family gathers to choose a cake to properly celebrate Norisuke IV's return from the hospital. Among them are a strawberry cake, a cherry cake, a kiwi cake, a chocolate cake and cheese cakes. In the end, the family agrees that Josuke should be the one to choose the cake.