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

Spin the gears of Sikukuu shrine in the right direction to earn Rauru's blessing.

Sikukuu Shrine is all about controlling gears and reversing time. While this shrine seems simple at first glance, its puzzle is one of the most challenging in the game. In this guide, we will explain how to easily complete Sikukuu Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and obtain its only treasure chest.

Sikukuu Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Sikukuu Shrine is to the Northeast of the Great Hyrule Forest and Southeast of Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower. The easiest way to reach this shrine is by unlocking the Skyview Tower and using it as a launchpad to get in the air.

You can also reach this shrine by going north of central Hyrule and avoiding the Great Hyrule Forest. Its exact coordinates are (0715, 2587, 0228).

Sikukuu Shrine Walkthrough

As soon as you enter Sikukuu Shrine, you are presented with the Spinning Gears trial. The purpose of this trial is to manipulate gears with both Ultrahand and Recall abilities to make your way forward.

1. Go straight from the entrance and use the recall ability on a big gear in front of you. This will make the gear rotate in the opposite direction.

2. A metallic ball will fall to the right side near the orange receptacle. Pick up the ball with Ultrahand and place it inside the receptacle to open the door to the next room.

3. Use Ultrahand to rotate the lever Counterclockwise at least twice. Now, climb on the gear and use your recall ability. This will cause you to drop to the bottom.

4. There is a treasure chest in this area. Open it to obtain a Strong Zonaite Longsword.

5. Use the Ascend ability to leave this area.

6. Rotate the lever once more with Ultrahand in the clockwise direction. Give it at least three rotations this time.

7. Climb the gear and use the recall ability on it. This time, it will take you up to the platform housing the altar.

8. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to obtain a Light of Blessing and complete Sikukuu Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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