Monster Hunter Rise Bunny Dango Guide

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Monster Hunter Rise introduces a new system called Bunny Dango into the mix. They’re essentially meal items that can be ordered and eaten before a quest, boosting certain attributes. They can really give you the edge in battle, as they offer everything from elemental damage resistance to increasing the effect of healing items. Here’s everything you need to know about Bunny Dango.

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MH Rise Bunny Dango

Bunny Dango is unlocked at the start of Monster Hunter Rise, allowing you to visit the Canteen in the Gathering Hub or the tea area near the Village Quest vendor. You can select ‘Eat a Meal’ to order Bunny Dango. You’ll need to choose three of the options available to order one, with each granting a temporary stat boost. You can even set combinations and save them. Select ‘Order the Usual’ to select one of these saved Bunny Dango. Each Bunny Dango has a certain percentage probability of successfully granting a boost.

Using Dango Tickets to Boost Chances

When ordering Bunny Dango you can press X to apply a Dango Ticket (more on those here). This will increase the probability of the effects being granted. You’ll know if you’ve been successful at the end of the cutscene that plays.


How to Unlock More Bunny Dango

Bunny Dango types seem to be locked to progression. For instance, you get more options after defeating certain monsters like the Magnamalo. You’ll know when you’ve unlocked more because Yomogi the Chef will want to speak to you.

Bunny Dango List

Here are all of the Bunny Dango that we’ve unlocked so far. We’ll update this list as we unlock more.


Name Effect How to Unlock
CenteringPrevents you from getting knocked on your buttAvailable from the start
Leg DayDecreases Stamina Depletion while wall runningComplete "Supply Run" Village Quest
Pinea-fullReduces stamina consumption after eaten for a short periodReach three star Village Quests
SpudluckLarge Monsters encountered on quests have an increased chance to be weaker than normalReach four star Hub Quests
DressageExtends riding timeReach three star Hub quests
Super BestnutOften decreases damage takenComplete Hub Quest "Totally Not Cool, Kulu"
BestnutSometimes decreases damage takenAvailable from start
MedicinalSlightly increases recovery from from itemsAvailable from start
MoongazeRestores health to allies in the area upon fainting, once.Reach three star Village Quest level
CacaoutstandingHalves the effect duration of Defense Down and speeds up Blight recoveryReach four star Village Quests
Piping-hot EggSlightly reduces fire resistanceReach four star village quest
Lava-hot EggSignificantly increases fire resistanceReach four star hub quests
Pure WaterSlightly increases water resistanceReach four star Village quests
WaterfallSignificantly increases water resistanceReach four star hub quests
Spice Tingle Slightly increase Thunder resistanceReach four star Village quests
SpicejoltSignificantly increase Thunder resistanceReach four star Hub Quests
Too-coolSlightly increase Ice resistanceReach four star Village Quests
Sub-zeroSignificantly increase Ice resistanceReach four star Hub Quests
DragonswardSlightly increase Dragon resistanceReach three star Hub Quests
DragonsbaneSignificantly increases Dragon ResistanceReach four star Hub Quests
MagnaroarPrevents fainting one time when damage taken exceeds your remaining healthComplete the "Comeuppance" Village Quest
Bee-utifulIncreases the quantity of Honey obtained when gatheringAvailable from start
Chirp ChirpMakes Spiribirds more likely to approach youReach Three Star Village Quests
Call-of-the-WildMakes rare Crafty Creatures more likely to appearReach four star Hub Quests
Buddy's TreatSpeeds up Buddy growthReach three star Village Quests
Raisin d'etreReduces the time between gathering point spawnsAvailable from start
Secret HeartIncreases kunai damage, increases the potency of abnormal status attacksFour star hub quests
Peach SkillHelps your weapon retain sharpness when attacks are deflectedAvailable from start
Cool-to-the-CoreGrants a temporary attack boost when you use the Show Off gesture for a while Reach three-star Village quests
Mint-iatureTemporarily increases attack and defense after consumption, onceReach Four Star Village Quests
FruitflashIncreases damage of Sticky Ammo and gunlance shellsReach Four Star Hub Quests
BeansplosionIncreases ammo damage, but also increases deviationReach four star Hub Quests
BlastslashSpeeds up weapon sharpening, Upgrades Large Barrell Bombs to Mega Barrell BombsComplete "Dango Duty" Village Quest
InvigoratingReduces Stamina Depletion when evading, blocking, or doing certain actionsComplete Four Star Hub Quests

How to Improve Your Bunny Dango


Depending on where you are in the game and how levelled your character is, Bunny Dango will only have a certain potency. Here's what each level does and how to unlock it:

  • Health and Stamina +20 - available from start
  • +30 - Reach three star Village Quests or two star Hub quests
  • +40 - Reach Four star Village Quests or three star Hub Quests
  • +50 - Reach five star Village quests and complete at least one Hub quest

That’s all you need to know about Bunny Dango in MH Rise. For more tips on meals, head to our Motley Mix Guide. Elsewhere there’s our look at how weapon Sharpness works.