Ghostwire Tokyo – All Handicraft Nekomata Relic Request Locations

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

Throughout Akito’s journey in Ghostwire Tokyo, he will sometimes come across a stall wherein a Nekomata will request his services by looking for certain relics.

As the name suggests, the Handicraft Nekomata is one that deals in handicrafts, or hand-made items, to be specific. And thus, all its 11 relic requests will revolve around items made with human hands or the tools involved in the making of them.

The Handicraft Nekomata is first encountered at the Shiroyama Shrine and introduces the player to the Nekomata relic requests. Here’s where you can find all 11 Ghostwire Tokyo Handicraft Nekomata relic request locations in Shibuya.

What are Nekomata Relic Requests in Ghostwire Tokyo?

The Nekomata in Ghostwire Tokyo are yokai who are more than happy to provide supplies and ammunition to Akito for the right price. These wheelin’ and dealin’ cat-like yokai only deal in a special currency called Meika.

Occasionally, you may be tasked with acquiring relics for the Nekomata in exchange for Meika and other rewards. It is beneficial for both parties that these good relations continue for as long as possible. And nothing is more friendly than doing someone a favor.

Ghostwire Tokyo Handicraft Nekomata Relic Request List

  1. Daruma
  2. Lion Mask
  3. Kenka Kiseru
  4. Onigawara
  5. Koketshi
  6. Kazangoma
  7. Sensu
  8. Soroban
  9. Tensubin
  10. Tortoiseshell Comb
  11. Ushide no Kozuchi

Ghostwire Tokyo Handicraft Nekomata Relic Request Locations

Relic 1 – Daruma

Located in KK’s Safehouse. The Daruma can be found in the closet of apartment 504.

Reward: 2,800 Meika

Relic 2 – Lion Mask

Located in a storage shed outside of KK’s safe house. The Lion Mask can be found in the storage shed right of the first one.

Reward: 2,800 Meika

Relic 3 – Kenka Kiseru

Located on a rooftop of an apartment complex west of the Shiroyama Shrine. The Kenka Kiseru can be found on the ledge beside a pile of clothes.

Reward: 4,500 Meika

Relic 4 – Onigawara

Located on the rooftop of a house. The Onigawara can be found within the vicinity of the area surrounding the Onigawara Shrine.

Reward: 3,800 Meika

Relic 5 – Kokeshi

Located inside the vehicle bay of the Shibuya Central Hospital. The Kokeshi can be found on the back of a truck inside a cardboard box.

Reward: 3980 Meika

Relic 6 – Kazarigoma

Located at the bar next to the highway south of the Namita Shrine. The Kazarigoma can be found on a display near the door of the bar.

Reward: 5,200 Meika

Relic 7 – Sensu

Located on the highway South of the Kuo Shrine. The Sensu can be found on the back of a flatbed truck. You should be to see a lime-yellow bus from any vantage point. That’s where you know you’re in the right place.

Reward: 7,800 Meika

Relic 8 – Soroban

Located beside a park South of the Kuo Shrine. The Soroban can be found in a basket of a parked bicycle together with other bikes on a bike rack.

Reward: 2,500 Meika

Relic 9 – Tetsubin

Located at the back of a building near the Matsumi Shrine. The Tetsubin can be found inside a storage shed in the alleyway of the building.

Reward: 5,500 Meika

Relic 10 – Tortoiseshell Comb

Located on top of a building within the area of the Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate. The tortoiseshell comb can be found on top of a water tower beside a pile of clothes.

Reward: 10,000 Meika

Relic 11 – Uchide no Kozuchi

Located at the heart of a construction site near the Hatsuki Shrine. The Uchide no Kozuchi can be found in a box in the middle of some rubble. Also, approaching the relic will trigger an encounter with Visitors.

Reward: 8,800 Meika

Ghostwire Tokyo Handicraft Nekomata Relic Request Bonus Rewards

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

  • Complete 3 Requests
    • Katashiro x3
  • Complete 6 Requests
    • Outfit: Cap
  • Complete 9 Requests
    • Outfit: Jersey
  • Complete All Requests
    • Outfit: Jersey Pants

And that’s about it for the Ghostwire Tokyo Handicraft 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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