Sakura Is The Next Linden Home Theme


First Preview of Sakura – Demo regions

On Friday 15th April 2022 Patch Linden officially announced that the next Linden Home theme is Sakura which is a modern take on the Japanese revamp of the old Linden Homes Asian style.

There is beautiful landscaping, cannels, tall bamboo forests and it has it’s own road network to explore. This new theme comes with 512sqm and 1024sqm parcels and comes with it’s own unique features (regular/open floorplans etc).

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There are four preview regions located here (SSPSD1, SSPD2, SSPD3 and SSPD4) which is actually near the SSP development area where the Moles/Lindens work on upcoming Linden Home themes. Yay! 🙂

Many have been waiting for years for the lab to refresh the old Asian Linden Home theme and I would imagine the release will be sometime over the summer. This looks to be a huge improvement for sure.

There are active rez zones around the demo regions and there are 16 home styles that have been found so far. Every region has public rezzing zones with 100 limits and Sakura will not have seasonal changes like with the Fantasy sub continent.

  • Ajisal
  • Haibisukasu
  • Himawari
  • Kinmokusei – (512)
  • Kosumosu – (512)
  • Kuchinashi
  • Rabenda
  • Sumiere
  • Tenjikubotan – (512)
  • Tsubaki – (512)
  • And more!

The feedback for this new theme seems very positive so far with many saying that the layout is excellent, it’s a wonderful concept, the regions are lovely and there is more.

Check out the Linden Home section via the Second Life Forums for the latest discussions and latest snapshots of the new theme.

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