Hateno Bay

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Hateno Bay is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

Hateno Bay is part of the greater Necluda Sea, and is located southeast of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab alongside the Hateno Beach. As with most of the coastline of the Necluda Sea, there are Blue Lizalfos swimming around in the water, as well as some Water Octoroks.

At the southeast part of the bay, right where it meets up with the adjacent Deepback Bay, there is a yellow flower. After collecting a series of flowers, it leads to a white flower on one of the rocks out in the sea, which causes a Korok to appear. Right next to where the large rock with the Korok is located, there is a treasure chest in the water. Pull it up with Magnesis and open it to get a Purple Rupee.

The Sheep Rustlers

Main article: The Sheep Rustlers

As part of The Sheep Rustlers sidequest, Koyin, who can be found managing a farm on the eastern outskirts of Hateno Village, has tasked Link in recovering her stolen sheep. These sheep are at the Hateno Beach, right alongside the Hateno Bay. There is a large Moblin camp here, with dangerous Blue Moblin and Black Bokoblin. Defeating all of the enemies at the camp and then returning and speaking with Koyin will complete the quest. The camp also has a treasure chest that contains a Ruby gem.



Nearby Korok Seeds

This short flower trail begins on the coast on the way to the seed.

Follow the flower trail south from the coast to the seed.

Tears of the Kingdom

Hateno Bay can be found along Hateno Beach well to the southeast of Hateno Village. Water from the Bay is connected to the great Necluda Sea just to the south.

Korok Seeds

  • At the west side of the bay, there are three red arrows, all pointing to one of the palm trees. Climb up to the top and examine the sparkling lights to get the Korok Seed.
  • On the beach just north of the bay, there is a Dandelion on a rock. Hit it and catch it before it hits the ground to get the Korok Seed.
  • At the southeast end of the bay, there are a few rocks with some red arrows. Stand on the middle rock and examine the sparkling lights to get the Korok Seed.


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