Takashi Mysterious Conch Genshin Impact

The Genshin Impact Takashi Mysterious Chonches are items that you can find in the game and take them to the NPC in order to open the chests behind him. Now, the main issue here is that it’s kinda difficult to spot the Mysterious Conches. They are mostly in the shallow waters, and the shimmer of an item you can pick up is a bit hard to see. That’s why we’ve put together our Takashi Mysterious Conch Genshin Impact guide, in which we’ll show you where to find Mysterious Conches.

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Takashi Mysterious Conch Genshin Impact

Where to Find Genshin Impact Takashi Mysterious Conch Locations

To find the Mysterious Conch locations for Takashi in Genshin Impact, you can look in several places on the peninsula where his house is. You only need to bring him back three conches in order to open the three chests behind him, but as I’ve said, you can collect about six just in the general vicinity of Takashi. In the map below, we’ll show you the six conches we’ve found. There might be more in the area, so feel free to share your favorite spots in the comments below. Also, there’s probably conches to be found elsewhere on the map, but these will be more than enough.

Once you collect three Mysterious Conches, head back to Takashi and hand them over. You can then open the three chests that he has behind him. We don’t yet know for sure, but I assume that you’ll be able to repeat this process after each reset to open more chests. If that is the case, then you can always come back here for the Genshin Impact Takashi Mysterious Conch locations. If it should so happen that you need more places to farm conches, will try to add them.

If you need more assistance with the quests and other mysteries in Inazuma, feel free to check out some of our other guides on the subject. Among other stuff, we’ve written articles like Search for the Ward in the Jakotsu Mine, All Metal Key Locations – Jinren Island Chest & Dog Cage and Observe Mikage Furnace – Tatara Tales. Hope you find them useful!

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