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Where do you find all of the Shinto Shrines in Ghost of Tsushima? Shinto Shrines are locations where Jin must jump, swing, and climb his way to a sacred location. Reaching a shrine rewards you with a powerful charm. For more detailed information on the best charms in Ghost of Tsushima, check out the following guide: Ghost of Tsushima: Best Charms.

In this Ghost of Tsushima guide, we're going to reveal all of the Shinto Shrine locations, which are dotted around the game's open world. For more information on other useful locations, you may be interested in the following guides: Ghost of Tsushima: All Bamboo Strike Locations, Ghost of Tsushima: All Fox Den and Inari Shrine Locations, Ghost of Tsushima: All Haiku Locations, Ghost of Tsushima: All Hot Spring Locations, and Ghost of Tsushima: All Pillar of Honor Locations.

Finding all of the Shinto Shrines in Ghost of Tsushima is necessary to unlock the Favour of the Kami Trophy. For more information on the game's Trophies and how to unlock them all, check out our Ghost of Tsushima: All Trophies and How to Get the Platinum.

Ghost of Tsushima: All Shinto Shrine Locations

All of the Shinto Shrine locations in Ghost of Tsushima are listed below. Some shrines can only be accessed later in the game as the main story progresses.

Some shrines also require a grappling hook -- a tool that you acquire during the main story. If you find a Shinto Shrine that requires the hook, the game will let you know with an on-screen message. Be sure to come back to these locations in order to complete all of the Shinto Shrines.

There are a total of 16 Shinto Shrines in Ghost of Tsushima.

Ghost of Tsushima: Shinto Shrine Locations in Act 1

All of the following Shinto Shrines can be accessed as soon as you're free to wander the open world. However, as mentioned, some shrines located in the starting area of the map require the grappling hook. As such, we've placed the location of these particular Shinto Shrines in Act 2, as that's when you'll be able to access them properly.

There are 5 Shinto Shrines to find in Act 1.

Mending Rock Shrine

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Golden Summit Shrine

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Arrow Peak Shrine

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Plum Blossom Shrine

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Spring Falls Shrine

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Ghost of Tsushima: Shinto Shrine Locations in Act 2

These Shinto Shrines can only be accessed past a certain point in the main story. 2 of them are located back in the starting area of the map, but they require the grappling hook to complete, which you'll have acquired by this point in the game.

There are 8 Shinto Shrines in Act 2.

Winding Mountain Shrine

This Shinto Shrine requires the grappling hook.

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Stone Dragon Shrine

This Shinto Shrine requires the grappling hook.

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Marsh Rock Shrine

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Scarlet Rock Shrine

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Hazy Cliff Shrine

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Lush Peak Shrine

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Cloud Ridge Shrine

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Turtle Rock Shrine

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Ghost of Tsushima: Shinto Shrine Locations in Act 3

The following Shinto Shrines can only be visited in Act 3 of the main story.

There are 3 Shinto Shrines to discover in Act 3.

Frost Cliff Shrine

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Crane Mountain Shrine

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Snowlit Peak Shrine

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Have you discovered all of the Shinto Shrines in Ghost of Tsushima? Pay your respects to the kami in the comments section below, and be sure to check out our Ghost of Tsushima guide for more of everything about the game.