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Teivaki dynmap.png
Teivaki as seen from Dynmap
Flag of Teivaki.png
Flag of Teivaki
FoundedSeptember 18, 2020
CompletedSeptember 21, 2020
Coordinates22298, 75, -18627
WorldNew World
WardWard 2
Itokani Transit connectionsLailai
No. of buildings10
Island landmarkAltéa Farmhouse

Teivaki is the sixth island settlement of Itokani, located in the Northern Ocean in the region of Senikau. The island was built by McYoshi26, the mayor of Itokani. Construction of the island began on September 18, 2020, and was completed on September 21, 2020.

Teivaki is the agricultural center of Itokani and is known for its abundance of beetroots and apples.


The Altéa Farmhouse, Damudamu Lighthouse, and Timebelle Windmill

Following the completion of Waitui and the submission of the plan for Vakasuka International Airport, Teivaki was officially claimed on September 18, 2020. MinecraftYoshi26 thought of building a farm island for the town and came up with the idea of designing the island to have crop fields similar to ones that were visited during The Amazing Race 9 on the Minecraft server of Amberstone.

The island originally was supposed to be wheat and the lighthouse was originally supposed to be lime; however, it was later changed to red as the main crops were changed to beetroots. Additionally, apples were added to accentuate the redness of the island.

On September 18, 2020, the trees and ponds were removed the night and terraforming commenced. Glass and anvils were placed on the islands as marker blocks for the paths, the leaf borders, and the crop fields. On the same day, the Damudamu Lighthouse and the first five windmills were placed on the island. On September 21, 2020, all of the beet crops were fully planted, apples were planted, the Altéa Farmhouse was placed, and the final three windmills were placed.

The island was declared completed on September 21, 2020, when an in-game map of the island was made.

On April 21, 2022, water was added throughout the patches of beetroots to make the soil throughout the island moist. The process was completed a day later.


The island is named after the Fijian word for 'planting'. The Damudamu Lighthouse is named after the Fijian word for 'red'. Ceva Bridge is named after the Fijian word for 'oak'.

The Altéa Farmhouse is named after a town on the French Minecraft server of Amberstone, referencing the town which had the farms that Teivaki is based on.

The eight windmills are named after eight artists who have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest. The Loreen Windmill, Mahmood Windmill, Blanche Windmill, Sennek Windmill, and Timebelle Windmill are directly named after the artists. The Gabbani Windmill is named after Francesco Gabbani. The Duska Windmill is named after Katerine Duska. The Gagnamagnid Windmill is named after Daði og Gagnamagnið.


The farms on Amberstone that the island was based on

Teivaki is located in the Northern Ocean. It is the southeastern island group in the region of Senikau and is Itokani's first island claim in the group. The island is surrounded by deep ocean and deep lukewarm ocean biomes.

In relation to other settlements, the closest other settlement at the time of construction was Karakarawa.

Builds and attractions

Teivaki has a total of 10 buildings: eight windmills, the Damudamu Lighthouse, and the Altéa Farmhouse. The windmills were originally built for the "Between Tulips and Windmills" challenge set in The Netherlands in Big Brother 5.

The island has winding stone, dirt, podzol, and grass paths that link up the windmills and buildings with large fields of beetroot plants. The walls of the paths grow apples, the island's other staple crop.


Teivaki will be connected through bridges to two neighboring islands. As of September 2022, Teivaki only has a bridge to Soko on the southern tip of the island.

Itokani Local Boats take passengers to other islands in Itokani. There are Itokani Local Boats in the north of the island from the Teivaki Dock that currently connects Teivaki to Lailai.