Ghostwire Tokyo – All Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request Locations

Here is where to find all Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request Locations.

Taking care of dolls is an expensive hobby, especially those that have a history to them. And in the world of Ghostwire Tokyo, it’s a good thing that the Doll Fanatic Nekomata is there to make sure none of these precious relics are left unattended.

As the name suggests, the Doll Fanatic Nekomata is one that deals in anything involving dolls and others like them. Its 9 relic requests will require the player to look far and wide for these intricately made objects.

The Ghostwire Doll Fanatic Nekomata can be found east of the Namihara Shrine. Here’s where you can find all 9 Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata relic request locations in Shibuya.

Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request List

  1. Maneki Neko
  2. Daikon Mandrake 1, Daikon Mandrake 2, Daikon Mandrake 3
  3. Three Wise Monkeys
  4. Kibori Kuma
  5. Small Wooden Dolls
  6. Shisa Statues
  7. Japanese Doll
  8. Tanuki Statue
  9. Akabeko

Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request Locations

Relic 1 – Maneki Neko

Located in the Shibuya Underground. The Maneki Neko can be found near the arcade where the Visitors are playing at.

Reward: 10,000 Meika

Relic 2.1 – Daikon Mandrake

Located in an alleyway south of the Shibuya Central Hospital. The daikon mandrake can be found inside a box on top of a small table.

Reward: 9,900 Meika (after submitting all relic pieces)

Relic 2.2 – Daikon Mandrake

Located at a house near the Matsumi Shrine. The daikon mandrake can be found inside a plant pot.

Reward: 9,900 Meika (after submitting all relic pieces)

Relic 2.3 – Daikon Mandrake

Located in an underground road tunnel near the Toyoi Shrine. The daikon mandrake can be found on top of a blue tarp over the back of a truck. You may want to jump on top of the truck to get a clear look at the relic.

Reward: 9,900 Meika (after submitting all relic pieces)

Relic 3 – Three Wise Monkeys

Located in front of a shop north of the Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate. The three wise monkeys can be found on a display just outside of the shop. Look for the traffic cones and you’re good.

Reward: 3,330 Meika

Relic 4 – Kibori Kuma

Located inside a building at the bottom of the steps leading up to the Kirigaoka Shrine. The Kibori Kuma can be found on the table after entering the building.

Reward: 5,200 Meika

Relic 5 – Small Wooden Dolls

Located beside a wall within the Hirokawa Shrine. The small wooden dolls can be found on a shelf inside a storage shed.

Reward: 7,800 Meika

Relic 6 – Shisa Statues

Located inside the Shibuya Central Hospital. The Shisa statues can be found on top of a cabinet inside the nurse’s station.

Reward: 7,800 Meika

Relic 7 – Japanese Doll

Located inside the abandoned office east of the Shiroyama Shrine. The Japanese doll can be found on a table in one of the rooms of the building. First accessible during the “And Then They Were None” side mission.

Reward: 8,800 Meika

Relic 8 – Tanuki Statue

Located outside a bar in Drunkard’s Alley south of the Mikubo Shrine. The Tanuki statue can be found in the streets of the alley under the glow of a bar’s lantern.

Reward: 3,600 Meika

Relic 9 – Akabeko

Located in the underground garage near the Onten Shrine. The Akabeko can be found on a shelf beside the breaker the player needs to flip in order to restore power to the place.

Reward: 4,000 Meika

Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request Bonus Rewards

These rewards are based on how many requests you’ve completed in the Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata Relic Request.

  • Complete 3 Requests
    • Outfit: RIOT DIVISION Shorts
  • Complete 6 Requests
    • Astral Beads
  • Complete All Requests
    • Music: Amefuri

And that’s about it for the Ghostwire Tokyo Doll Fanatic Nekomata relic request locations. I hope this guide helped you out on your search! And remember there are other Nekomata out there looking for help in their own searches.

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