The Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Domizuin Shrine is solved by hitting two arrow signposts to spin around a large cube - it's a lot more confusing than it might seem at first, but the solution isn't just rotation - it's ascension too.
The Domizuin Shine is close to one of the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Skyview Towers in the Northeast section of the map, and it's easy to get bewildered and lose track of what you're doing, especially with all your frames of reference shifting around. Fortunately we've put together a simple step-by-step guides to solve the Domizuin Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom and collect your Light of Blessing.
How to solve the Domizuin Shrine puzzle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
You'll find the Domizuin Shrine atop a high peak above the South Alakka Plains, accessible either by climbing or by going up the stairs circling the mountain. Here's the shrine's location on the map:
Once you've entered the shrine, walk a few paces and immediately use your Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Ascend ability to travel upwards through the pillar right in front of you. Walk toward the glowing arrow signpost straight ahead, and then follow these exact steps to quickly solve the Domizuin Shrine:
- Hit the arrow outside the cube once, then enter the cube through the opening
- Hit the arrow inside the cube six times
- Walk toward the chest directly in front of you and open it to receive a Zonai charge
- Jump off the platform, glide back toward the entrance, and Ascend up the pillar again
- Back at the first arrow you found outside the cube, hit it once more and re-enter the cube
- Hit the arrow inside the cube three times, then jump into the corner, Ascend through the pillar, and emerge atop the cube
- Mind the gaps in the floor and jump up to the stairs leading to the Shrine of Light altar
If you follow these steps exactly, you should have completed the Domizuin Shrine. For some more general Zelda Tears of the Kingdom tips, check out our guide on how to make the most of time with the game.
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