Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt: Where to Find All Hidden Tanuki

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a 2022 action-adventure game that was developed by Tango Gameworks. The game lets you explore a fictional, unique version of Tokyo with a supernatural presence.  If you strictly stick to the main story, it takes between ten to fifteen hours to beat Ghostwire: Tokyo. But this means not doing pretty much every side mission and ignoring all of the things you can collect. One such side mission is related to Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt.

Doing these side missions and collecting things is something that makes Ghostwire: Tokyo much more exciting. This is because Ghostwire: Tokyo is a game chock-full of things to do, and collectibles to find. One such group of hidden collectibles is ‘Tanuki’. Tanuki is elusive. I think most of the players are already on their hunt for the hidden collectible collection ‘Tanuki’. Here are the locations of all Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt

1. Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt Walkthrough

Tanuki is classified on the basis of the location they are found. There are eighteen locations where you can find more than twenty-five collectibles. All these together form ‘Tanuki’. The types of Tanuki on basis of locations –

  • Shiroyama Tanuki
  • Akisawa Tanuki
  • Chishima Tanuki
  • Hatsuike Tanuki
  • Hitani Tanuki
  • Kamio Tanuki
  • Kuo Tanuki
  • Mikubo Tanuki
  • Morite Tanuki
  • Namihara Tanuki
  • Namita Tanuki
  • Onten Tanuki
  • Saihama Tanuki
  • Shimokusa Tanuki
  • Tatsui Tanuki
  • Toyoi Tanuki
  • Utagama Shopping District Tanuki
  • Yashin Tanuki

These are the classifications of Tanuki on basis of location. At each place, you will find at least one collectible, to a maximum of three collectibles.

Let’s now find out the Collectibles we get to collect at each place and the exact location of the collectibles:

2. Ghostwire: Tokyo – All Tanuki Locations

I. Shiroyama Tanuki

This is the first Tanuki you will find. This will kickstart the ‘Tanuki hunt’ side quest in Ghostwire: Tokyo. You can find three (3) collectibles here.

i. Metal Pot

Head down the stairs near Boss Tanuki and head towards the small structure lying in front of you. The Tanuki will be in disguise as a Metal Pot. The reward for collecting this Tanuki is Karate Form 1 Emote.

Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt: Where to find All Hidden Tanuki
Metal Pot Tanuki Location

ii. Torii Gate

Head southwest from Shiroyama Shrine. Reach a nearby rooftop using a Tengu and find the Tanuki in disguise of a Torri Gate. Shrine Offering Emote is the reward for finding this Tanuki.

Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt: Where to find All Hidden Tanuki
Torii Gate Tanuki Location

iii. Vending Machine

Head southeast from Shiroyama Shrine towards the large highway. Find a white truck underneath the highway. The Tanuki will be in disguise as a vending machine just beside the truck. The reward is Punk Squat Emote.

Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Hunt: Where to find All Hidden Tanuki
Vending Machine Tanuki Location

II. Akisawa Tanuki

You will find two (2) collectibles here.

i. Torii Gate

Akisawa Tanuki in Ghostwire Tokyo
Akisawa Tanuki

Head west from Akisawa Shrine; go into the alley where you will find a cat meowing next to it. For better identity, it is a talking cat that tells you that there’s something down the alley. On entering the alley, find Tanuki in disguise as Torii Gate. Pet Cat Emote is the reward.

ii. Traffic Cone

Akisawa Tanuki in Ghostwire Tokyo
Akisawa Tanuki

Head towards Shibuya Central Hospital from Akisawa Shrine. You will find the next Tanuki on top of the hospital in disguise of a Traffic Cone. Karate Form 2 Emote is the reward you will be getting for finding this Tanuki.

III. Chishima Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible is found here.

i. Telephone Booth

Chishima Tanuki in Ghostwire
Chishima Tanuki

Head North from Chishima Shrine and follow the road next to the large forest. As you walk through the road, you will find a telephone booth, and exactly opposite it, you will find another Telephone Booth with a fence around this. This is actually a Tanuki in disguise. The reward is Wall Lean Emote.

IV. Hatsuike Tanuki

Here also you can find only one (1) collectible.

i. Red Swivel Chair

Red Swivel Chair
Hatsuike Tanuki

Glide to the east from Hatsuike Shrine towards a set of stairs leading into the forest. You will find a Tanuki in disguise as a red swivel chair at the top of these steps. Sumo Stance Emote is given as the reward.

V. Hitani Tanuki

You will find two (2) collectibles.

i. Cup Noodles

Hitani Tanuki
Hitani Tanuki

Head towards the southwest border of Hitani Shrine. Next to some vending machines, you will get the Tanuki in disguise of cup noodles. Karate Punches Emote is the reward.

ii. Daruma Statue

Daruma Statue
Daruma Statue

Head west from Hitani Shrine until you come across an overpass across the river. On this overpass, you will the Tanuki in disguise of Daruma. Sit 3 Emote is the reward.

VI. Kamio Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible can be found.

I. Stacked Daruma Statue

Kamio Tanuki

Head southwest from Kamio Shrine. Go up to Netsuke Nekomata and cross the road near Netsuke Nekomata. You will see a small opening in a wooden to your left. Inside the fence, there is a small shrine house. Find two stacked Daruma near the shrine. This is Tanuki in disguise of two stacked Daruma. The reward is Sit 2 Emote.

VII. Kuo Tanuki

You will find two (2) collectibles here.

i. Panda

Kuo Tanuki

Head north from Kuo Shrine, towards Shibuara Park. You will find a trio of rocking pandas that are dusted Tanuki in disguise. You will be rewarded with the ‘My Right-Hand Hungers Emote.’

ii. Electric Sign

Kuo Tanuki

At the top of a tall building southwest of Kuo Shrine, you can find a Tanuki in disguise as an Electric Sign. Simply climb a set of ladders to reach the top and collect the Tanuki. The reward is Umbrella Emote

VIII. Mikubo Tanuki

You will find only one (1) collectible.

i. Tanuki Statue

Mikubo Tanuki

Travel to Mikubo Shrine and find a Tengu that takes you to a nearby building. Look around from here to find out a Tanuki Statue on top of a white vent. This is Tanuki in disguise. Ground Sit Emote 1 is the reward.

IX. Morite Tanuki

Only one (1) Collectible is available.

i. Satellite Dish

Morite Tanuki
Morite Tanuki

Head East from Morite Tanuki. Walk until you reach Shibuya Scramble Crossing Landmark; near this find a very small building. The satellite dish is on the top of this building is a Tanuki in disguise. Cutie Pie Emote is the reward.

X. Namihara Tanuki

Only one (1) Collectible is available.

i. Electric Sign

Namihara Tanuki
Namihara Tanuki

Turn left from Namihara and you will find a ladder. Climb up the ladder to find the Tanuki in disguise as an electric sign. Sheepish Emote is the reward.

XI. Namita Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible is found.

i. Tanuki Statue

Namita Tanuki
Namita Tanuki

Go to Namita Shrine and use a Tengu to the west to reach a nearby rooftop. Turn towards your east to find a Tanuki in disguise as a Tanuki statue. For easy identification, there is a cat nearby that will tell you about the Tanuki. The reward is Ground Sit Emote 3.

XII. Onten Tanuki

You will find one (1) collectible

i. Cardboard Box

Onten Tanuki
Onten Tanuki

Make your way to North from Onten Shrine. On a bench behind a store, near a telephone box, find the Tanuki in disguise of a cardboard box. Cuteness Overloaded Emote is the reward.

XIII. Saihama Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible

I. Tanuki Statue

Saihama Tanuki
Saihama Tanuki

Glide directly North from Saihama Shrine. You will come across a Tanuki Statue behind some houses. This is actually a hidden Tanuki. Ground Sit 2 Emote is the reward.

XIV. Shimokusa Tanuki

One (1) collectible only

i. Tombstone

Shimokusa Tanuki

West of Shimokusa Shrine and North of Sakano Shrine, you will find a graveyard. Inside the graveyard, you will find a tombstone. This is Tanuki in disguise. The reward is Aquatic Kunai Emote.

XV. Tatsui Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible

i. Stacked Daruma Statue

Tatsui Tanuki
Tatsui Tanuki

Go Southwest from Tatsui Shrine. Under the south side of a highway near the border of this area, you will two stacked Daruma. This is Tanuki. Sit Emote 1 is your reward.

XVI. Toyoi Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible

i. Vending Machine

Toyoi Tanuki
Toyoi Tanuki

Go to the west from Toyoi Shrine, towards the fog wall. Between two Tengu grappling points, there is a cluster of vending machines. The disguised Tanuki we want is the vending machine standing at a jaunty angle. Pet Dog Emote is the reward.

XVII. Utagama Shopping District Tanuki

Here you can find three (3) collectibles

i. Small Door

Utagama Shopping District Tanuki
Utagama Shopping District Tanuki

Head northeast from Utagama Shopping District towards the river. Follow the river east, and you will find the Tanuki in disguise of a very small door. Love and Peace Emote is the reward.

ii. Large Tanuki Sign

Turn east from Utagama Shopping District and go until you come across a large Tanuki Sign top of a building. Use Tengu to get to the rooftop and collect the Tanuki in disguise of a Tanuki sign. Graceful Landing Emote is the reward given for collecting this.

iii. Vending Machine

Vending Machine
Utagama Shopping District Tanuki

Head South of Utagama Shopping District until you come across the Sengoku Centre Building, and down by the nearby alley, you will find the Tanuki in disguise as a vending machine. For easy recognition, there will be a dog telling us about the Tanuki nearby. The reward we get is Prayer Emote.

XVIII. Yashin Tanuki

Only one (1) collectible

i. Cardboard Cut-out

Yashin Tanuki

Go to Yashin Shrine and use the elevator to get to the ground floor. Head west to leave the construction yard and find a cardboard cut-out of the builder which is actually a Tanuki in disguise. Run Like the Wind Emote is the reward.

3. Additional Rewards for collecting all Tanuki

Not just these emotes, Akito gets a new emote to use when messing around with the Photo Mode. And every five Tanuki found will grant you a permanent passive bonus called Charm.

These are all the Tanuki that you need to hunt and their locations in Ghostwire: Tokyo. I hope this guide was helpful. We will be back with much more information about Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Happy Gaming!!!

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