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Ghostwire Tokyo relic locations: where to find relics and what to do with them

Earn while you learn by collecting Ghostwire: Tokyo's one-off relic items

Where can I find relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo? Ghostwire: Tokyo features a grand total of 120 one-off collectables — known in-game as relics — that you can pick up as you explore the open world recreation of the titular city's Shibuya district. Some of them are in reasonably obvious places, while others are a little further off the beaten track; but either way, collecting them is a good way to bolster the contents of your in-game wallet.

With Ghostwire's recent arrival on Game Pass, there's more reason than ever to go relic hunting! On this page, we've listed all of the relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo, alongside their locations, value in Meika, and details of which Nekomata vender will pay you to retrieve them!

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What are relics used for in Ghostwire: Tokyo?

As well as providing cool asides and snippets of Japanese folklore for you to read in your database, relics serve a practical purpose in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Certain Nekomata vendors who you meet around the streets of Tokyo have a type of relic that they're eager to buy in exchange for Meika (the netherworld equivalent of cash). Talking to each Nekomata will bring up a list requests, letting you know what relics to be on the lookout for, and gives you a few vague hints about where to find them. Most relics are worth at least a few thousand Meika and many can net you tens of thousands in one go, so it's well worth keeping an eye out!

The mild complication to this system is that Nekomata will only buy relics that match their particular interest. The first one you'll encounter, for example, likes traditional Japanese handicrafts such as daruma dolls and festival masks; others like categories such as golden objects, nostalgic collectables of the mid-20th century, or works of art. This can mean a bit of backtracking to return an item to the Nekomata who wanted it; luckily, you can use cleansed Torii Gates to fast travel.

Talking to a collector nekomata vendor in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

In exchange for their desired items, Nekomata will give you a reasonably generous payout in Meika, the currency used by Nekomata vendors throughout the city. This can feel a little underwhelming a swap for your cool-one off collectables; luckily, you still get to keep the database entries for all your relics after you sell them, which is your only way of admiring them after you pick them up anyway.

Furthermore, specialist Nekomata have some powerful and rare objects for sale, so it's definitely worth doing business with them; they just don't require you to fulfil requests and trade relics before opening up shop like you might expect. You also get bonus rewards for every few requests you fulfil for a particular Nekomata, such as cosmetic items or extra katashiro (a crucial spirit-gathering resource for the titular ghostwire).

Ghostwire: Tokyo relic locations

Below are the locations of all relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Worth noting is that, in line with Ghostwire's often idiosyncratic map annotation system, you'll receive a marker for the original location of every relic you've picked up. I'm not totally sure what good that does, but it's something to know about!

For an extra hint: you might notice a cattish sound piping up now and then as you explore the deserted streets of Tokyo. This means one of a few different things: either that there's a relic nearby for you to pick up; a Nekomata vendor in the vicinity; or a floating golden Maneki Neko statue. (Use Akito's force punch to destroy the latter for a large pick-up of Meika.) In any case, if you hear an echoing and slightly spooky meow accompanied by a chime, it's worth using spirit vision and exploring the vicinity for high-value relics and items.

Antique Nekomata

The Antique Nekomata's stall is located in the Shimokusa Shrine area. They request 7 items:

  • Incense Burner: Found in the graveyard near the Sakano Shrine, placed at the foot of a large gravestone. (M9,800)
  • Inro: On the highway running through the Kamio Shrine area, placed atop a pile of clothing just before the road is blocked by a yellow bus. (M5,400)
  • Pocket Watch: On an outdoor dining table outside the GoldFish restaurant in the Kamio Shrine area. The table has a bottle of wine on it to help you identify where to look. (M12,000)
  • Kai-Awase Shells: Atop the mailbox on the front of an orange house in the eastern Onten Shrine area. (M7,800)
  • Koimari Dish: Southeast of the Akitsu Shrine, propped on a chair in front of a shop next to a yellow-fenced construction site. (M14,800)
  • Bizen Ware: Atop an air conditioning unit on the small balcony of a house at the southern border of the Shiratsuki Shrine area.
  • Daguerreotype Camera: On a bench in the park to the northeast of the Chishima Shrine. (M15,500)

Archaeology Nekomata

The Archaeology Nekomata's stall is located in the Tatsui Shrine area. They request 7 items:

A screenshot showing the location of Shakokidogu relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Shakokidogu: In the underground construction site area where you cleanse the Yashin Shrine Torii Gate. The statue is in a box placed against one of the area's outer walls, conveniently spotlit by a red bulb. (M12,200)
  • Jomon Pottery: In the north of the Shiratsuki Shrine area, in a gated-off apartment building garden area next to a brightly-coloured children's tricycle. (M22,000)
  • Yayoi Pottery: In the northeast Chishima Shrine area, on a bench in a small enclosed area in front of a building entrance. (M18,000)
  • Haniwa: Inside the Onten Shrine building itself, directly to the left of the altar where you pick up the reward for cleansing the area. (M16,000)
  • Dotaku: Inside the Construction Labyrinth landmark, on the bottom floor under a pile of rubble near to a red generator with a spotlight. (M11,500)
  • Dokyo: At the highway in the Onten Shrine area, in a small fenced-off area of scrubland right next to the underpass tunnel entrance. (M12,800)
  • Kan'ei Tsuho: Inside the Restricted Area landmark, up some metal steps to the construction cabin, inside a small bowl. (M8,500)

Artsy Nekomata

The Artsy Nekomata's stall is located just behind the pedestrian bridge leading over the road by the Shibuya bus station. They request 5 items:

  • Sharaku Ukiyo-e: Hop off the highway on its northern side in the Shiroyama Shrine area, inside the left-hand of two storage cabinets in an alleyway. (M18,000)
  • Utamaro Ukiyo-e: Inside the building you investigate as part of the side-quest "The Voice in the Wall", above the bed in the hotel room you access after clearing out the yokai. (M18,000)
  • Hokusai Ukiyo-e: On the 24th floor of the Kagerie Retail Complex, accessible via the elevator from the 4th floor. The relic is in a box in the roped-off corner of the room. (M17,500)
  • A screenshot showing the location of Portrait of a Spirit relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Portrait of a Spirit: Located at the rooftop Kagerie Shrine, encountered as you ascend the high-rise retail complex in Shibuya on your way to the Kagerie observation deck. The portrait is hanging on the right-hand wall immediately to your right as you enter. (M4,900)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Reiwa Placard relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Reiwa Placard: Located inside the building that is home to the newspaper offices, there's a large supply closet on the same floor as the gate control panels. In here there are two lockers next to a whiteboard, and the placard is in the one on the left. (M2,019)

Doll Fanatic Nekomata

The Doll Fanatic Nekomata's stall is located in the Namihara Shrine area. They request 11 items, including one in triplicate:

A screenshot showing the location of Maneki Neko relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Maneki Neko: Found as you descend further underground at the Shibuya train station, you'll reach an arcade called Kadomi. To the left of the arcade as you approach it is a set of metal shelves, tucked behind a banner against the arcade's exterior wall. The statue is on the upper shelf. (M10,000)
  • Daikon Mandrake: (1) In an alleyway northwest of the 429 Street landmark, in a white box atop a stool next to a row of wooden chairs. (2) In a garden area with pots and paints in the north-western corner of the Matsumi Shrine area. (3) In the tunnel connecting the two main roads through the Toyoi Shrine area, in a plant pot on the back of a truck. (M9,900 each)
  • Three Wise Monkeys: In the alleyway north of the Utagawa Torii Gate, on a plinth outside a shop with a blue fish-patterned sign and a red lantern hanging out front. (M3,300)
  • Kibori Kuma: On the table inside the explorable one-room office building on the alleyway off the northern road of the Hitani Shrine area. (M5,200)
  • Small Wooden Dolls: Hop over the wall south of the Hirokawa Shrine and open up the storage locker behind the blue and yellow crates. (M7,800)
  • Shisa Statues: Inside Shibuya Central Hospital during the "Haunting Visions" side-quest, enter the nurse's station to find these atop the tall filing cabinet. (M7,800)
  • Japanese Doll: Inside the apartment building you investigate for the "And Then There Were None" side-quest. The doll can be found on the floor where you enter, in a side-room off the first door you reach on the left. (M8,800)
  • Tanuki Statue: In the southern half of the Drunkard's Alley landmark area, this large statue is outside of a shop just near the intersection with the main road. (M3,600)
  • Akabeko: Inside the building you enter as part of Chapter 4's main mission, on a metal shelf in the room where you interact with the breaker to turn the lights back on. (M4,000)

Handicraft Nekomata

The Handicraft Nekomata's stall is located in the street market just outside the entrance to the Shiroyama Shrine. They request 11 items:

A screenshot showing the location of the Daruma doll relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Daruma: Found inside KK's apartment. Head to the very back of the room on the left-hand side as you enter. There's an open storage space here, and the Daruma doll is tucked away behind the partition wall. (M2,800)
  • A screenshot showing the location of Lion Mask relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Lion Mask: Found in the alley directly behind KK's apartment building. The mask is in the right-hand of two storage lockers. (M4,000)
  • Kenka Kiseru: Balanced alarmingly near the edge of a rooftop you access via Tengu grapple point at the very western edge of the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M4,500)
  • Onigawara: Just northeast of the Tsukinami Dai-ichi Park landmark, this ornate relic decorates the apex front of a roof facing an intersection in the brick road. (M3,800)
  • Kokeshi: Left of the main entrance to Shibuya Central Hospital, in a cardboard box on the back of a white pickup truck near the ambulance entrance. (M3,980)
  • Kazarigoma: Found outside a store surrounded by a wooden fence, just off the west side of the highway at the very southern end of the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M5,200)
  • Sensu: On the elevated highway in the Shiroyama Shrine area, atop some boxes on the back of a white truck behind a yellow bus. (M7,800)
  • Soroban: In the basket of one of the bicycles chained up outside the Shibuara Park landmark. (M2,500)
  • Tetsubin: Behind a tall building to the southwest of the Musical Nekomata stall, in a grey storage closet near to a bike shelter. (M5,500)
  • Tortoiseshell Comb: Next to a red light and atop a pile of clothes on the rooftop of the tall building northwest of the Sengokuzaka landmark. You'll be able to see a large red billboard for "Renz Resistance" as you face the correct location. (M10,000)
  • Uchide no Kozuchi: On the ground floor of a large building site along the northern edge of the forest area in Hatsuike Shrine region. (M8,800)

Japanophile relics

The Japanophile Nekomata's stall is located on the main street at an intersection, near to the raised roadway that marks the northern edge of the Utagawa Shopping District. They request 7 items:

  • Randoseru: On a rooftop midway up the building you ascend as part of "The Crimson Moon" side-quest. Be sure to check each level thoroughly on your way up, as it isn't at the very top! (M13,000)
  • Model of Tokyo Tower: On a table several floors up in a building under construction right by the highway in the Matsumi Shrine area. (M3,330)
  • Black-Rimmed Glasses: On a briefcase at the rooftop edge, at the very top of the tall building directly south of the Sports Avenue landmark, on the side where you're looking down at Shibuya Crossing. (M26,500)
  • Magazine w/Free Handbag: Inside the apartment you investigate as part of the main mission in Chapter 3. It's on the nightstand in the first room to the left.(M1,480)
  • Marimo: On a bench near the middle of the large park area surrounding the Kappagaike Torii Gate. (M3,680)
  • Pig Incense Burner: On a balcony on the side of the building at the northwest corner of the city block containing the Kamio Shrine. The relic is atop a stack of bundled publications. (M3,200)
  • Model Restaurant Food: On a café table outside a small restaurant called "Terry's", on the southernmost road through the Kamio Shrine area. (M6,800)

Luster-Loving Nekomata

The Luster-Loving Nekomata's stall is located on the quiet side of the Shibuya Kagerie Retail Complex, away from the main pedestrian plaza. They request 5 items:

A screenshot showing the location of the Golden Tea Bowl relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Golden Tea Bowl: Found on a small cushion on a plinth, just off the path near the westernmost gate of the Shiroyama Shrine. (M13,400)
  • Shachihoko Statues: On a shelf inside an explorable one-room office building in the southwestern Shiroyama Shrine area, near to a payphone and a Wind Jizo statue. (M8,500)
  • Bottle Gourd: Before exiting to the Restricted Area, jump down into the water in the large circular well-like room with multiple staircases leading up. The relic is propped against the exterior wall. (M4,800)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Oban relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Oban: Descend a ladder to the riverside in Ugatawa Shopping District. Along the path there you'll find a homeless encampment, now occupied by several cats. The oban is on the floor in the middle (and is, with a bitter sense of irony, perhaps the most high-value relic in the game). (M43,000)
  • Kanzashi: Follow the road north of the Weapon Nerd Nekomata stall to find this relic on a table at the entrance to a laundromat business. (M10,000)

Musical Nekomata

The Musical Nekomata's stall is located at the far end of the road that leads away from the bottom of the off-ramp in Sengokuzaka. They request 6 items:

A screenshot showing the location of Kagura Suzu relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Kagura Suzu: Inside the shrine you enter after cleansing your first Torii Gate. On the left side of the room you can pick up the Kagura Suzu from a table in the corner. (M9,800)
  • Shamisen: Directly to the north of the Nostalgic Nekomata stall, in a storage shed outside the staircase leading up the tall apartment building. (M9,800)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Furin relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Furin: Hung from the window frame on the upper storey of a building next to a graveyard entrance. You'll need to jump onto the awning below to reach it. (M2,200)
  • A screenshot showing the location of Horagai relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Horagai: At the beginning of Chapter 3, re-enter the shrine you were in in the cutscene. This item is at the very back of the structure, on a table in the left-hand corner. (M9,400)
  • Biwa: Inside the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest in the Onten Shrine area. Enter the room opposite you as you enter the house to find this at the back of the room on the right-hand side. (M13,900)
  • Wooden Fish: Inside the building where you activate the "Art Imitates Life" side-quest. Complete the quest and return to pass through the sliding doors and collect this relic from a back room. (M6,800)

Netsuke Collector Nekomata

The Netsuke Collector Nekomata's stall is located in the Kamio Shrine area. They request 16 items:

A screenshot showing the location of the Rikishi Netsuke relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Rikishi Netsuke: Inside the cardboard shelter beneath the overpass, on the main road leading through Sengokuzaka. (M9,600)
  • Kappa Netsuke: Inside an explorable laundromat business across the main north road of the Shiratsuki Shrine area, on the top shelf of a magazine rack near the back. (M10,000)
  • Tengu Netsuke: On the highway turn-off in the Kappagaike Torii Gate area, just beside a blue car next to the barrier. (M12,000)
  • Nurikabe Netsuke: In an alleyway on the border of the Tatsui and Onten Shrine areas, visible atop an open duffle bag near to the blue-and-white construction sign. (M13,000)
  • Oni Netsuke: Next to an abandoned handbag and raincoat on the helipad atop the tallest building in the Shiroyama Shrine area, located in the region's southeastern corner. (M24,000)
  • Zashiki-warashi Netsuke: Atop a bank of capsule toy machines outside a business on a roadside east of the Hirajuku Torii Gate. (M10,000)
  • Karakasa-kozo Netsuke: In the building you investigate as part of the "Nesting Evil" side-quest, follow the left-hand route before opening the locked glass doors and go up some stairs. The relic is inside an open safe on some metal shelving in the room at the top. (M13,000)
  • Rokurokubi Netsuke: Go directly south of the Onten Shrine, staying within the same city block until you reach a construction site. The relic is atop a pile of clothing near the digger. (M13,000)
  • Kodama Netsuke: Cross the road east of the Tatsui Shrine and you'll reach a park at the entrance to a graveyard. The relic is on a circular bench surrounding a planter. (M11,000)
  • Ittan-momen Netsuke: On the rooftop of the building at the very corner of the city block bordered by the highway in the southeast of the Kuo Shrine area. The relic is next to a pile of clothes a short distance from the red aircraft warning light. (M15,000)
  • Azukiarai Netsuke: At the highway crossroads in the north of the Namihara Shrine area, in the bed of the white pickup truck with white goods and boxes piled high on the back. (M11,000)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Kamaitachi Netsuke relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Kamaitachi Netsuke: Atop one of the three capsule vending machines in front of a closed-up shop front, on the outer boundaries of the Utagawa Shopping District. (M12,000)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Chochin-obake Netsuke relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Chochin-obake Netsuke: On the train platform in the Shibuya underground station. This small object is easy to miss, and is lying on the floor next to a handbag surrounded by piles of clothing. To help you find it, a flashlight on a nearby chair illuminates its exact location. (13,000)
  • Ubume Netsuke: Atop the building in the Sakano Shrine area with the large red neon light of a kanji symbol in a circle. The relic is directly below the light where it stands on the roof, atop a pile of clothes. (M12,000)
  • Akaname Netsuke: On the ground floor of the shopping centre just west of Sengokuzaka, inside the stroller with a cat beside it. (M11,000)
  • Nue Netsuke: In a blue crate on the back of a white truck, on the highway directly east of the Shimokusa Shrine. (M10,000)

Nostalgic Nekomata

The Nostalgic Nekomata's stall is located at the entrance to the shrine where you reunite with KK at the end of Chapter 2. They request 7 items:

  • Bubble Era Folding Fan: On a metal stage on the roof of the 429 building within the landmark of the same name. You can access this relic at any time, but you will come to its location as part of the side-quest "After the End II". (M1,990)
  • Model Supercar: On a desk beside a stack of newspapers inside the Volunteer Office building you investigate as part of the "Deep Cleaning" side-quest. (M1,200)
  • A screenshot showing the location of Model Frilled Lizard relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Model Frilled Lizard: When inside the titular location as part of the Hoarder's House side-quest, head upstairs and enter the first room you get to. There's a closet to your left with the model inside it. (M5,000)
  • Model Axolotl: At the border of the Kirigoaka and Namihara Shrine areas, this relic can be found on the roof of a white bicycle shelter next to a graveyard. (M4,500)
  • Loose Socks: Inside the third stall of a toilet block in a park just below where the main highway turns off in the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M12,500)
  • Gara-Kei: Inside the building you investigate as part of the "Nesting Evil" side-quest, on a black couch in a narrow trash-filled side-room just off the entrance room. (M1,980)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Portable Cassette Player relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Portable Cassette Player: At Shibuya Station, head upstairs to the overground train platform. Investigate the train to find this relic at the very back of the rearmost carriage. (M7,800)

Occult Nekomata

The Occult Nekomata's stall is located in the Onten Shrine area. They request 15 items, including several duplicates:

A screenshot showing the location of the Film Camera relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Film Camera: In the park with panda rides opposite the street to the Torii Gate entrance to Shiroyama Shrine. Directly to the right of the entrance is a fortune teller's tent; the camera is on the table in the centre. (M13,200)
  • Cursed Videotape: (1) Follow the main road through the game's starting area up and to the right. The relic is inside a blue crate in an alleyway containing crates and bicycles. (2) In a dead-end alleyway across from the "Umbaal" beauty salon in the Namita Shrine area. The relic is atop a stack of newspapers in front of some blue bins. (M4,200 each)
  • Haunting Photo: One storey up in an apartment complex in the southeastern corner of the Kuo Shrine area. The relic sits in a scattered collection of mail in front of a sealed apartment door; a creepy straw doll can be seen through the apartment window to let you know you're in the right place. (M4,800)
  • A screenshot showing the location of the Ghastly Knife relic in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
  • Ghastly Knife: (1) In the men's room at the platform of Shibuya underground station. The knife is in the third stall from the door as you enter (the one with a set of clothes visible under the door). (2) In the third stall of the ladies' toilets in the Tsukinami Dai-ichi Park landmark. (3) In the second blue port-a-potty on the south side of the Construction Labyrinth landmark. (M4,200 each)
  • Inugami Mummy: While exploring the subway tracks at the end of the Shibuya underground map, explore the rubbled-in tunnel before entering the gated-off area to find this relic on a ledge near a yellow sign that's fallen over.(M12,000)
  • Straw Doll: (1) Pinned to a tree in the sunken park right beneath where the highway passed through in the Utagawa Torii Gate area. (2) Pinned to a tree on the edge of the forest in the Kirigoaka Shrine area, very close to the road on the border of the Chishime Shrine area. (M4,000)
  • Taxidermy Crow: Hung from a washing line on the roof of a building in the Saihama Torii Gate area, accessed via a ladder near a car park at ground level. (M900)
  • Red Shoes: Found in the parking garage of a building you access in Chapter 4 (as part of the main mission "Giants"). The shoes are on the ground next to a shutter blocking off access to the ramp out of the garage. (M5,100)
  • Unsettling Plushie: Under the outdoor staircase on the ground floor of an apartment building directly south of the Antique Nekomata stall in the Shimokusa Shrine area. (M4,200)
  • Hu-mutt Mummy: On a bench inside the Kamio Shrine building. It's a whole corpse, you can't really miss it. (M9,800)
  • Tsuchinoko: At the base of a tree in the large forest part of the Hatsuike Shrine area. To find the right tree, head directly south from the payphone that's at the roadside on the forest's northern edge. (M31,000)

Playful Nekomata

The Playful Nekomata stall is found in the Yamaki Shrine area of the map. They request 16 items, including several duplicates:

  • Kendama: Found in the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest. Open all the sliding doors you come across to find this relic in a closet in the storage room. (M3,250)
  • Kite: (1) On a rooftop near to KK's safehouse, marked out by a stack of yellow "NIPORO" crates — the relic is atop the stack. (2) Stuck on the back of a satellite dish on a rooftop just east of the Namita Shrine. (3) Under the railing of a rooftop overlooking the highway intersection in the Shiroyama Shrine area; the relic is on the same level as the highway. (4) Stuck in the balcony railings of a building just northwest of the Yashin Shrine. (M16,000 each)
  • Hagoita: In the Utagawa Shopping District area, in a yellow bag on a seat at an outdoor rooftop dining table on the building opposite the purple "Omega pojishon" billboard. (M4,800)
  • Tin Goldfish: Walking along the road directly east of the Hitani Shrine, this relic is behind some plant pots. The relevant building has a lantern out front and is on the right-hand side of the road as you'll approach it from the shrine side. (M3,800)
  • Japanese Rhinoceros Beetle: On a tree at the edge of a park area looking at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing from the south. (M1,800)
  • Paper Crane: Inside the Shibuya Central Hospital, accessible from the "Haunting Visions" side-quest onwards. This relic is on a round wooden coffee table in one of the hospital rooms you can explore next to the spirit's location. (M1,200)
  • Model Minivan: (1) In a derelict empty lot across the road from a barbershop in the Namihara Shrine area, there are three large pipes stacked behind an abandoned bicycle; the relic is inside the top pipe. (2) On a pile of clothes next to a volleyball and a bike, inside a blue bicycle shelter just north of the Weapon Nerd Nekomata stall in the Hirajuku area. (3) Inside the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest, on a shelf under the window in one of the bedrooms. (M3,600 each)
  • Hanafuda: Near a pile of clothing on the first upper floor of a construction site in the Shimokusa Shrine area, across the road from the Antique Nekomata stall. (M4,980)
  • Marbles: Atop a drinking fountain near the railings in the narrow northeastern upper corner of the forest in the Chishima Shrine area. (M2,250)
  • Temari: Near a pile of child's clothing in front of some swings, in a small park near a yellow-fenced construction site in the southern Akitsu Shrine area. (M5,300)
  • Super Shinji Sticker: In the building site full of cats you investigate as part of the "Crimson Moon" side-quest. On the middle floor, walk across several narrow metal beams where cats are sitting to find this relic in a bowl. (M560)

Weapon Nerd Nekomata

The Weapon Nerd Nekomata's stall is located in the Hirajuku Building Rooftop Torii Gate area of the map. They request 6 items:

  • Ama-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi (Replica): Found at the top of the Sky Garden landmark to the south of the Kagerie Retail Complex building. The relic is stuck into a stone at the centre of a small ornamental pond. (M11,000)
  • Ame-no-Habakiri (Replica): On a shelf inside the Hitani Shrine building. (M12,000)
  • Japanese Sword: Up a ladder on the second floor of the construction site you investigate as part of the "Old Wounds" side-quest, this relic is in the corner of an otherwise empty room. (M16,500)
  • Naoe Kanetsugu's Kabuto: After cleansing the first torii gate within the Kirigaoka Shrine forest area, enter the small one-room building and you'll find this relic on a shelf. (M17,900)
  • Shuriken: Climb the tall building between two convenience stores in the Hitani Shrine area; several shuriken are stuck into a small outlet box on the roof. (M50,000)
  • Jitte: In a gas station beside the highway in the southeastern Onten Shrine area, you can access the building's interior by crouching under a shutter. There's a large black toolbox on a table to the right, with the relic inside it. (M5,600)

Clearly, there's lots to be on the look-out for as you explore the eerily deserted streets of Tokyo. For more location guides, check out our list of where to find KK's investigation notes in Ghostwire: Tokyo and where to find every Jizo Statue in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

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