Ghost Of Tsushima Guide: All 18 Hot Springs Locations
Increase your health in Ghosts of Tsushima by finding all the hot springs hidden throughout the island.
Exploring the Japanese island of Tsushima is a big part of the experience of becoming a samurai warrior in Ghost of Tsushima. While you'll do usual open-world activities like liberating outposts, finding and visiting certain locations also increase your stats and abilities. Finding all 18 hot springs scattered around Tsushima is something you'll want to prioritize--each one will give you a slight boost to Jin's total health.
Here's where to find every hot spring in Ghost of Tsushima to boost Jin's health and help make yourself an even more indomitable warrior. Finding and using every hot spring will also unlock a special armor set, the Fundoshi.
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- Fundoshi Armor Set
Hiyoshi Inn Hot Springs
The first hot spring you'll find is in Hiyoshi Springs, where you'll go for the Tale of Sensei Ishikawa in Act 1. Unlike the other hot springs, this one doesn't have an icon on your map. Look for a woman in red near the springs, not far from the inn (you'll need to talk to the innkeeper to find Ishikawa's dojo). Speak to her and you can utilize the first hot spring in the game.
Head northeast from Old Woodsman's Canopy between Komoda and Hiyoshi, almost straight west from Izuhara Clearing (but a little north).
Castle Lookout Hotspring
Straight south of Castle Kaneda a fairly long way in Hiyoshi, you'll find this hot spring up in the cliffs overlooking the castle. It's straight east of Fort Nakayama.
Rising Trees Hot Springs
Check just north of Archer's Rise in Azamo.
Quiet Basin Hot Springs
You'll find this one not far southeast of Azure Pond in Tsutsu.
Morning Glory Hot Spring
Once you've completed The Walls of Yarikawa tale in Act 2, you'll gain access to Yarikawa Stronghold. Go north of the keep in the stronghold to find this hot spring, not far from the town.
Seaside Hot Spring
Look for this one on the southern coast of the Umugi region, east of the River Child's Wetlands area.
Carved Mountain Hot Spring
Most hot springs are located up high with spectacular views, and that's where you'll find Carved Mountain Hot Spring. Head northwest from Shigenori's Peak and climb into the cliffs to find it.
Mountain View Hot Spring
Head up the mountain at Winding Trail in Ariake, south of Golden Temple, to find this hot spring.
Golden Leaf Hot Spring
This is another one that's very close to a town. It's just east of Golden Temple, but as usual, this hot spring is atop a cliff.
Bamboo Forest Hot Spring
As the name suggests, you'll find this hot spring in the vast bamboo forest south of Old Toyotama Hills in Kushi.
Maple Shade Hot Spring
In the Toyotama region, you'll find Maple Shade Hot Spring just southwest from Fort Koyasan, and south of Shimura Cemetery.
Yoshinaka Hot Spring
In the western section of Yoshinaka, find this hot spring straight north from Ichi's Inn and west of Mamushi Farmstead.
Mossy Rest Hot Springs
Just east and outside of Umugi Cove is this hot spring, on top of the cliffs that make up the gorge protecting the town.
Marsh Tide Hot Springs
Head to the Akashima coast and look on the peninsula east of Hakutaku Forest.
Jito's Foothills Hot Springs
This hot spring rests on a mostly open field northeast of Castle Shimura, and just north of the mountain there. It's easiest to reach by heading south from White Falls Village.
White Mist Hot Springs
Look for this hot spring south of Kin Village and East of Kubura Crossing in the region between Kubara and Kin, which you'll reach in Act 3. White Mist Hot Springs is right along the road that runs east there.
Morimae Hot Springs
Go east of Morimae Brewery to the eastern coast of Kin to find Morimae Hot Spring.
Fundoshi Armor Set
If you find and use every hot spring in Tsushima, you'll unlock a special set of attire: the Fundoshi, your hot springs outfit. This is more joke attire than anything, of course, but it does have one special benefit (other than the visuals if offers): it allows you to run and sprint silently. If you feel like streaking through Mongol camps (and running up right behind guys to assassinate them), give the Fundoshi a go.
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