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

Balance the seesaws in your favor to earn Rostsumamu Shrine's blessing.

Rotsumamu Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is all about balance and weight management. This shrine teaches the importance of shifting weights creatively to move forward.

The puzzle of the Rotsumamu shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is both innovative and interesting. Let us help you balance things out like they should be.

Rotsumamu Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Rotsumamu Shrine is in the southeast part of Gerudo Highlands. It is to the east of Gerudo Highlands Skyview and right next to Yiga Clan’s Hideout.

This shrine serves as a checkpoint near Yiga Clan’s Hideout chasm. The exact coordinates for Rotsumamu Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom are (-3412, -1359, 0335).

Rotsumamu Shrine Walkthrough

The trial presented by Rotsumamu Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is known as A Balanced Plan. The objective of this puzzle is to balance seesaws so that you can move forward.

1. The first phase is easy. All you need to do is run fast across the first seesaw and jump.

2. If you slow down, the far end of the seesaw will go down due to your weight, making it impossible to reach the ledge.

3. For the next puzzle, you must pick up the barrel and attach it to the left side of the seesaw. This will make the other end go up and you can climb it to reach the next part.

4. In the next area, pick up a plank and rotate it to face forward with Ultrahand. Attach the plank to the left end of the seesaw so that it can act as a platform.

5. Use that platform to reach the treasure chest. Open it to obtain a Large Zonaite.

6. Remove the plank and rotate it once more in an inclined shape. Attach it to the left corner of the seesaw once more (refer to the picture above).

7. Pick up the metal block and attach it to the plank near the corner. This will raise the other side of the seesaw.

8. Run across the seesaw and jump to reach the altar room. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the puzzle and obtain a Light of Blessing as a reward.


You can spend four lights of blessing at any goddess statue to either increase your stamina or health.

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