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Yoshida-Shinden Collectibles Guide – Rise of the Ronin 2024

The Yoshida-Shinden Region, is situated west of Yokohama in the “Rise of the Ronin” map. It borders the Motomachi Region to the east, Miyozaki to the northeast, the Noge Region to the north, Tobe and Ota to the northwest, the Maita Region to the southwest, and the Nakamura Region to the south.
Collectibles include a Public Order Event, a Fugitive, a Landmark, a Cat, a Treasure Chest, and two Photography spots. Achieving a 100% Collection Rate in the Yoshida-Shinden Region unlocks “Bamboo Shoot” Deliveries to your Longhouse. This comprehensive guide details each collectible meticulously to help you reach a full 100% Collection Rate in the Yoshida-Shinden Region.

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Overview Map – All Collectibles in Yoshida-Shinden

Veiled Edge Banners play a dual role as essential save points and efficient fast-travel markers in the dynamic realm of Rise of the Ronin. While their placement varies, these pivotal markers are strategically positioned throughout the game world. Notably, when encountered within Public Order or Unruly Area Events, the Veiled Edge Banner activates automatically, streamlining your journey and gameplay experience.

1.1 – Eastern Settlement

Nestled in the eastern expanse of Yoshida-Shinden lies a quaint settlement, harboring one of the elusive Veiled Edge Banners.

Screenshot of the Yoshida Shinden map highlighting the Veiled Edge Banner in the eastern settlement of the region | camzillasmomcom
Location of Banner
Screenshot shows the player standing in front of the Veiled Edge Banner in the eastern settlement of the Yoshida Shinden Region | camzillasmomcom
The Veiled Edge Banner in the settlement

1.2 Central Yoshida-Shinden

The Veiled Edge Banner will trigger automatic activation, becoming a convenient fast-travel point upon the restoration of Public Order at the core of the Yoshida-Shinden map.

Public Order Unruly Area Event screenshot on the Yoshida Shinden Region map | camzillasmomcom
The location of the Veiled Edge Banner.

1.3 West of Yoshida-Shinden

The Veiled Edge Banner is positioned at the western border of the Yoshida-Shinden map. Restore Public Order and the Veiled Edge Banner will be raised automatically for fast travel purposes.

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The location of the Veiled Edge Banner.

1.4 Shooting Range

Explore the Shooting Range in the southwest corner of the map, with the Veiled Edge Banner right in front. Don’t miss the opportunity to complete the collectible “Firearm Training” at this site.

Image showing the Shooting Range in the southwest corner of the map with the Veiled Edge Banner prominently displayed in front | camzillasmomcom
The location of the Veiled Edge Banner.

“Public Order” collectible events – also referred to as “Unruly Area” challenges – represent zones in a region where hostiles have established a presence. Your mission is to restore peace by vanquishing all adversaries, thereby forging closer bonds with the local populace. These critical locations can be easily pinpointed from afar by recognizing columns of smoke billowing from the afflicted area. Notably, the Yoshida-Shinden region boasts two distinct Public Order / Unruly Areas.

2.1 Central Yoshida-Shinden

In the heart of the Yoshida Shinden Region lies an outpost dominated by a central tower. Within this stronghold, you’ll face a total of five adversaries, among them a formidable opponent known as the Fugitive: Punch Drunk Kanta. Upon successfully overcoming the bandits within the camp, the Veiled Edge Banner will activate, serving as a convenient fast-travel point for future expeditions. This pivotal location not only serves as a strategic vantage point but also offers a seamless means to traverse the region swiftly.

Public Order Unruly Area Event screenshot on the Yoshida Shinden Region map | camzillasmomcom
The location of the “Public Order” event.

2.2 Western Yoshida-Shinden

An additional Public Order/Unruly Area Event is situated in the western part of the Yoshida-Shinden Region, right on the border with Maita. Here, your task is to vanquish six foes, two of whom are considered “formidable.” Among these challengers is the Fugitive Steaming Mad Tojiro, who can be found seated next to the fire in the camp’s northwest corner. Once all the bandits in the camp have been defeated, the Veiled Edge Banner will be unlocked automatically, allowing for swift travel.

Screenshot of the in game map showing the Yoshida Shinden Region with a focus on the Public Order Event and the Fugitive Teaming Mad Tojiro | camzillasmomcom
The location of the “Public Order” event.

“Fugitive” Collectibles are quests where you track down and defeat a fugitive.

3.1 Punch-Drunk Kanta

The Fugitive: Punch Drunk Kanta can be found in the Central Public Order / Unruly Area, seated on the floor close to the buildings. By restoring public order in this specific region, you successfully defeated the fugitive.

Public Order Unruly Area Event screenshot on the Yoshida Shinden Region map | camzillasmomcom
The location of the Futitive on the map.

3.2 Steaming Mad Tojiro

Defeat the Fugitive “Steaming Mad Tojiro” in the Public Order/Unruly Area event in the west. Locate him at the house west of the camp.

Screenshot of the in game map showing the Yoshida Shinden Region with a focus on the Public Order Event and the Fugitive Teaming Mad Tojiro | camzillasmomcom
The location of the “Public Order” event.

The only Shrine in the Yoshida-Shinden Region can be found near the Withered, Old Tree, just west of the Eastern Settlement.

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Shrine location on the map.
An informative screenshot depicting the Shrine | camzillasmomcom's precise location, situated directly before the ancient, withered tree in the scenic Yoshida-Shinden Region
The Shrine in front of the Withered, Old Tree.

The cat collectible is an actual cat, not a statue to search for. While traveling the region, listen carefully for meowing – a sign you’re nearby. Approach the cat and give it a pet.

5.1 Northeastern Farm

Discover the hidden cat in the tall grass at a small farm on the northeastern edge of the Yoshida-Shinden map, near the Miyozaki and Noge Regions.

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Location of the cat on the map
Farmhouse with Cat in Tall Grass Charming farmhouse scene featuring a cat in the foreground amidst tall grass emphasized by a red square | camzillasmomcom
The cat in front of the house.

5.2 Eastern Settlement

North of Eastern Settlement Veiled Edge Banner, there’s a house where you can find a Calico Cat. These cats are easily frightened, so approach them slowly in a crouched position. If they get scared and run off, patiently wait for their return.

Yoshida Shinden Map with Cat Highlight Detailed map of Yoshida Shinden featuring a highlighted cat for easy reference | camzillasmomcom
Location of the cat on the map
Northern Settlement Veiled Edge Banner in Yoshida Shinden Calico Cat resting in front of a rustic farmhouse | camzillasmomcom
Calico Cat in front of the house.

5.3 Six Lanterns Photography Location

Find the last cat on the temple-style building at the Six Lanterns Photography Spot, just north of the Shooting Range Veiled Edge Banner. Use the rope behind the building to climb up and reach the cat.

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Location of the cat on the map
A screenshot capturing a player ascending the rope at the rear of the house to access the cat | camzillasmomcom's location on the rooftop.
Climbing up the building using the rope.

Discover the significant Treasure Chests scattered throughout the region, must-find loot waiting to be uncovered.

6.1 Eastern Border

Discover the Treasure chest in the eastern village near the Motomachi Region. Locate it in a white, two-story storehouse with an accessible window on the top floor. Glide to the wooden scaffolding from a nearby rooftop, following the steps in the provided screenshot. Use your glider to reach the open window and unlock the chest.

Screenshot revealing the precise location of the treasure chest in the eastern section of the Yoshida Shinden map surrounded by lush landscapes and hidden paths | camzillasmomcom
Treasure Chest Location on the map.
Captivating screenshot depicting the player atop a building gazing towards the Treasure Chest storehouse with clear red arrows highlighting the paths leading to the destination | camzillasmomcom
Use the glider from one of the roofs.

6.2 Barricaded Building

Find the Treasure Chest in the game’s map center, located slightly west of the Central Veiled Edge Banner. It’s hidden inside a house that’s both locked and barricaded. To access it, use the Fire Pipe Sub-Weapon, which you should have received from Igashichi Iizuka during the ‘A Lucky Find Put to Use’ Bond Mission. This tool allows you to burn through the barricade and unlock the treasure inside.

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Treasure Chest Location on the map.
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The Fire Pipe put to use.

Horseback Archery is a game where you aim to hit specific targets while riding your horse as swiftly as you can.

Discover the Horseback Archery Course situated in the eastern Yoshida-Shinden Region at the Eastern Settlement. With a low difficulty rating of 1 out of 5, it’s beginner-friendly. Aim for 9000+ points to reach the top score. Check out the ranking system and rewards in the provided screenshot.

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The rewards system of this Horseback Archery Course

Firearm Training is a game where you aim to hit specific targets with your rifle.

Explore the Firearm Training Range in the southwest Yoshida-Shinden Region at Veiled Edge Banner Shooting Range. Beginner-friendly with a low difficulty rating of 1 out of 5. Aim for a top score by reaching 7000+ points. Don’t forget to maneuver for “Multiple Target Bonuses” – line them up for maximum impact.

Screenshot showcasing the Firearm Training rewards scheme with detailed information on prize offerings and progression | camzillasmomcom
The rewards system of this Firearm Training Course.

Keep following the main mission “Follow your Blade Twin” until you acquire a camera. Then you’ll be able to take photographs!

9.1 Withered Old Tree

“Take a photograph of the shrine in front of the withered old tree.”

The ancient Withered Tree stands to the west of the Eastern Settlement Veiled Ege Banner, near the Shrine collectible.

A screenshot of the Yoshida Shinden map pinpointing the precise location for capturing the photography of the Withered Old Tree | camzillasmomcom
Photography location on the map.
Detailed screenshot illustrating the correct angle and positioning for photographing the Withered Old Tree in Yoshida Shinden | camzillasmomcom
How to take the photograph with the red circle in the center.

9.2 – The Six Lanterns

“Take a photograph of all six lanterns.”

If you’re looking to capture the beauty of the Six Lanterns, head over to the temple-like structure located in the western part of Yoshida-Shinden, just northeast of the Firearm Training Shooting Range. These lanterns, which enhance the staircase leading to the temple, offer a unique photography opportunity.

An in game screenshot displaying the collectible photograph of six traditional lanterns located on the map within the Yoshida Shinden Region | camzillasmomcom
Photography location on the map.
An instructive screenshot detailing the steps to capture the | camzillasmomcom'Six Lanterns' photograph in the Yoshida-Shinden Region, featuring an evenly distributed arrangement of three lanterns on each side of a central staircase.
The six lanterns. Three on each side of the staircase.