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

Build planes and soar high in the sky to locate Ukoojisi Shrine's life crystal.

Ukoojisi Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a crystal shrine that resides high in the skies of west Necluda. While finding this shrine is a piece of cake, with a bit of luck sprinkled on top, locating and returning its life crystal is a whole different story.

In this guide, we will help you locate the Ukoojisi Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and create a useful flying vehicle to retrieve its life crystal. This guide is also important in the sense that we will be teaching you to craft one of the best aerial vehicles in the game.

Ukoojisi Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Ukoojisi Shrine is in the West Necluda Sky Archipelago, and the only way to access it is by using the Popla Foothills Skyview Tower. Use the Skyview Tower to get airborne and then start gliding towards the left.


Using Tulin’s Gust ability is highly recommended to cover large distances.

Drop down onto a large island with a zonai device dispenser. Turn right and follow the shrine sensor on your Purah Pad to locate Ukoojisi Shrine (1456, -2169, 0585) in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Interact with its entrance to unlock a fast travel point and start The West Necluda Sky Crystal shrine quest.

Ukoojisi Shrine Walkthrough

Ukoojisi Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom belongs to the crystal shrine category. You can only unlock and access this shrine once you find and return its life crystal.

The quest associated with Ukoojisi Shrine is called The West Necluda Sky Crystal.

1. The green light originating from Ukoojisi Shrine points to an island high in the air to its left. There is apparently no way to access it.

2. Turn back and rotate the lever in the middle of the island such that the catapult device faces a bit left to the shrine. You will notice a small island up there with a large ramp.

3. Use the catapult machine to get airborne and glide to the island with the ramp. Many zonai devices, including a wing device, are present here.

4. Connect a couple of zonai fans to the wing device, a steering stick, a few batteries, and a rocket to gain altitude. Your final vehicle should look like the one in the picture above.

5. Pick up the vehicle with Ultrahand and place it on the railing near the ramp. Get on the vehicle and use the steering stick. This will activate all zonai devices at once and you will be propelled into the air alongside the wing device.

6. Turn right to reach the island where the green light from Ukoojisi Shrine is pointing. The entrance to the cave on the island is blocked by some vines. Either cut them down with a sharp blade or use Fire Arrows (Fire Fruit + Arrows) to burn them down.

7. Enter the cave and pick up the green crystal from behind another set of vines. Attach the crystal to your flying vehicle.


If you somehow land in the cave first and start the crystal quest before finding Ukoojisi Shrine, all the zonai items required to craft a wing plane are available here. Just follow our guide above to make the vehicle and use it to deliver the crystal to the shrine’s entrance.

8. Attach your vehicle to a skateboard zonai device present in the area.

9. Move your zonai wing in a way to face the entrance of the cave. Get on it and start flying it with the help of the steering stick.

10. Once you reach the island where the Ukoojisi Shrine is, make sure to land your vehicle in a place where you don’t risk losing the crystal.

11. Remove the crystal from the vehicle and return it to the Ukoojisi Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This will complete The West Necluda Sky Crystal shrine quest and the shrine will appear.

12. As Ukoojisi is a blessing shrine, there are combat or puzzle challenges inside. Open the treasure chest to obtain a Mighty Zonaite Shield.

13. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the Ukoojisi Shrine and earn a Light of Blessing as a reward. You can exchange four Lights of Blessing at any Goddess statue to either increase your health or stamina.

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