How To Complete Kisinona Shrine In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Zonai fans pave the way to your success in Kisinona Shrine.

Kisinona shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom challenges players with a trial that is so simple yet so complex. Due to no help or tutorial available, you will be left scratching your head regarding the solution.

But fret not. We will be helping you not only find Kisinona Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom but also complete its wind-based puzzle. While we are at it, why not also collect the only treasure chest available in the shrine.

Kisinona Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Kisinona Shrine is in the southernmost part of the Eldin region and is associated with Foothill Stable. This shrine is sandwiched between Cephla Lake and Lake Ferona. The nearest Skyview Tower is in Upland Zorana to the Southeast.

The exact coordinates for Kisinona Shrine are (2566, 1242, 0172).

Kisinona Shrine Walkthrough

The trial presented by Kisinona Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is called Wind Power. This trial aims to solve a puzzle using zonai fan devices.

1. Pick up a zonai fan device from the right using the Ultrahand ability.

2. Place this fan near a pillar to the left of the room. Hit the fan with your weapon to activate it.

3. Ride the wind using your paraglider and land on a ledge above.

4. There is a treasure chest here. Open it to obtain a Mighty Construct Bow.

5. Drop down and hit the fan again to turn it off. Pick it up again with Ultrahand and attach it to the device in the middle of the room.


The fan must be facing sideways, or the structure won’t move.

6. Pick up the second fan and attach it to the opposite side in the exact opposite direction. This will allow the device to rotate continuously.

7. Now, hit any fan with a weapon or arrow to activate them both.

8. This will make the device rotate non-stop and rotate all the fans around at the same time.

9. This will open the altar room’s door. Enter the room and interact with statues of Rauru and Sonia to finish the trial and earn a Light of Blessing.

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