Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Kikakin Shrine solution

The Kikakin Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is a darkened maze that forms the Shining in Darkness puzzle.

This is a challenge to navigate and without light it can be a very difficult sanctuary. However, as with some of the other Tears of the Kingdom shrines, there are several chests to find, so you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss anything in the dark.

This guide will walk you through the Shining Darkness Shrine, showing you the Kikakin Shrine solution, its location, and the steps to get all of its chests.

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Kikakin Shrine location in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Kikakin Shrine can be found near the Great Hyrule Forest. That puts it in the northern section of the map, located at coordinates (-0395, 2736, 0287).

It’s in an area of ​​rugged terrain with a lot of climbing, so it may be easier to glide from Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower.

Solution to the Kikakin Shrine puzzle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To solve the Kikakin Shrine, you will first have to deal with the darkness. When you first enter the shrine, you’ll find that it’s very dark, and although there’s a Zonaite device to pick it up and provide some light, it’ll still be difficult to see.

However, we recommend bringing Brightbloom seeds as they really help to brighten the space as well as mark your route. You’ll see we’ve done that in these images, so if you don’t, expect it to be much darker.

First, head to the passage at the back left of the starting area. Go past the spikes and look for a square on the right wall. Use Ultrahand to take out a block and then the chest hidden behind it. You will get four amber from it.

Continue down the hallway toward the spikes on the wall. At the end of the hallway, turn left and then turn right. This corridor has hairpin turns on itself, with spiked platforms that extend and retract. Watch your timing as you progress, but once finished, you’ll reach a chest containing a Luminous Stone.

Go back past the moving spike platforms and turn right, then right again to reach another moving spike platform. On the ground is a slab that can be picked up with Ultrahand and reveals another chest. This contains the small key that you will need to complete the Kikakin Shrine. However, there are still more chests with additional rewards to be found.

Return to the main corridor and look for the two moving spike platforms in the middle. From there, look up and you’ll find a platform you can Ascend to. Climb up there and you’ll find a chest containing a Zonaite Bow.

Slide down and go between the two moving spike platforms. On the left you will see a corridor with three red laser beams. Walk past them, without touching them, towards the spiked wall at the back and look to the left. Surprise! It’s another chest. This one contains an opal.

Finally, that’s all the chests, so head back past the lasers and turn right immediately, and then right again to return to the entrance room. You can then open the door with the Small Key and claim your Light of Blessing.

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