Buddha statue offerings are key items in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. You’ll find them all over the game’s world, and presenting them to the statue in the Dilapidated Temple will unlock new areas to explore. Some of them are impossible to miss, while others are well hidden. This guide will help you find them by showing you all Sekiro Buddha statue offering locations.
Note: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll fill it up with new locations as we get deeper into the game. Feel free to leave a comment if you find any we’ve missed.
Young Lord’s Bell Charm
The Young Lord’s Bell Charm is the first offering you’ll find. You’ll get it from an old woman in the Ashina Outskirts area. Starting at the Outskirts Wall – Gate Path idol, go through the gate, cross the courtyard and climb atop the eave overlooking the valley. You’ll see a house in disrepair in the distance, on the right. Go there, and you’ll find an old woman muttering to herself. Talk to her and speak nothing when she confuses you for her son. She’ll give you the bell afterwards.
Once you bring it to the temple and talk to the Sculptor, he’ll instruct you to offer it to the statue. When you do, you’ll unlock a memory – a new location to visit. It’ll be Hirata Estate, three years prior to the events of the game.
This one was hard to miss, especially if you have any experience with From Software games. Then again, Hirata Estate is one of the main areas of the game. Things being what they area, we’d imagine there are at least two or three areas in the game which you can completely miss and not even realize it until other people start mentioning them.