|“It was so powerful that Wu knew it had to be hidden somewhere safe. So he asked us to seal it in the ancient Library of Hono Mizu.”|
“Hono Mizu was once a thriving port town that was consumed by an undersea volcano that buried the city leagues below an impossibly harsh environment. A combination of Fire and Water. The Boiling Sea.”
|— Ray and Nya|
Hono Mizu was once a port town that thrived financially through fishing and exporting.
- Citizens of Hono Mizu (formerly)
Hono Mizu sank to the bottom of the ocean long ago due to underwater volcanic activity. Wu asked Ray and Maya to hide the Reversal Blade in the city's library as only Masters of Fire and Water can survive the journey.
- "Mizu" means water, flowing or liquid, and "Hono" comes from the Hawaiian capital city, Honolulu, which means "sheltered harbor," making it mean "calm water." A possible meaning of "Hono" in Japanese is "flame."
- There still could be evidence that there are humans that survived down there.