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Ghost of Tsushima guide: Toyotama liberation locations and maps

How to clear the fog of war in Toyotama

Kushi shrine from Ghost of Tsushima Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

There is a lot to explore on the island in Ghost of Tsushima. The central region of the game’s location, Toyotama, is dotted with hidden locations from shrines, to hot springs, haiku locations, and more.

For those eager to uncover all there is to see in Toyotama, you must first liberate the area. Doing so will lift the fog of war while also giving you two Ghost of Tsushima Trophies in the process. Liberating all of Toyotama will put you a third of your Way to the Master Liberator Trophy, which unlocks after you fully liberate Tsushima Island.

Our Ghost of Tsushima maps below will show you every location — farmsteads, villages, camps, and a castle — you need to liberate from Mongol control to clear out Toyotama.

Toyotama liberation map locations

There are 17 locations to liberate in Toyotama. Below we’ll detail the location of each occupied area by prefecture.

All of the liberation locations in Toyotama in Ghost of Tsushima Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Click the links below to go directly to one of the prefectures above:

Akashima Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Akashima liberation locations in Ghost of Tsushima including: Stone Mire Lookout, Numata Settlement, and Rebel’s Retreat. Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Akashima prefecture has three locations to liberate: Stone Mire Lookout, Numata Settlement, and Rebel’s Retreat.

Umugi Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Umugi prefecture has three locations to liberate: Iijima Farmstead, Moss Light Inn, and Fort Imai.

Yarikawa Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Yarikawa prefecture and the areas that needs to be liberated in Ghost of Tsushima Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Yarikawa prefecture has one location to liberate: Dark Water Encampment.

Otsuna Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Otsuna liberation locations in Ghost of Tsushima including: Lonely Forest Clearing, Hissing Creek Crossing, Forest’s Edge Camp, and Okada Farmstead. Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Otsuna prefecture has four locations to liberate: Lonely Forest Clearing, Hissing Creek Crossing, Forest’s Edge Camp, and Okada Farmstead.

Kushi Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Kushi prefecture liberation locations including: Koshimizu Farmstead, Kishibe Village, Riverside Farm, and Secluded Lighthouse. Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Kushi prefecture has four locations to liberate: Koshimizu Farmstead, Kishibe Village, Riverside Farm, and Secluded Lighthouse.

Kubara Prefecture Liberation Locations map

Kubara prefecture liberation locations in Ghost of Tsushima including: Mountainside Ruins, and Castle Shimura. Image: Sucker Punch/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon

Kubara prefecture has two locations to liberate: Mountainside Ruins, and Castle Shimura.

Once you lift the fog of war from Tsuhima’s central region, you can freely explore to find all of the game’s collectibles.