Zunari's Shop

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Zunari's Shop





Zunari's Shop is a location in The Wind Waker. It is owned by Zunari on Windfall Island. He sells many items that can be used in the Trading Sequence.


The Sail

Zunari is originally from a far off land, but he was shipwrecked and everything he had was destroyed.[1] The Sail is the only item he has left, and thus he desperately wants to sell it so he can raise funds to open his shop.[2] At last, he convinces Link to buy it from him for 80 Rupees.[3]

Trading Sequence

Later, Zunari sees that Link owns a Delivery Bag and asks for a favor.[4] He explains that his store is lacking products to sell, and he asks if Link can go out and trade with the Traveling Merchants around the Great Sea to get more items.[5] Every time Link gives an item to a Traveling Merchant, they will give him a different one in exchange and form a merchant's oath.[6][7] As a result, the Traveling Merchant will ship his item to Zunari's Shop and Zunari can sell it.[8][9] If Link agrees, Zunari makes him his partner and gives him the Town Flower, his only product at the time, and begins the Trading Sequence.[10] After Link trades the Sea Flower for the Exotic Flower and Zunari has three items to sell, he is very excited and says that his stall finally has the appearance of a real shop.[11] He offers Link the Magic Armor as a reward, which he claims is a family treasure.[12]


After Link rescues the girls from the Forsaken Fortress, Mila goes to work at Zunari's Shop.[13] If he speaks with Mila at night, she tells him to go away before running off into the night.[14] Link can either carefully follow her or wait for her at Zunari's Shop, where she will eventually arrive and head to the safe at the back, trying to break into it. When Link comes up behind her, she is startled and demands to know who he is.[15] Hurrying to defend herself, she begs him to allow her to explain her motives.[16] If Link agrees, she describes how she used to be rich, but suddenly became poor.[17] Finally, she tells herself to stop making silly excuses and thanks him for letting her vent her feelings.[18] In order to show her gratitude, she gives him a Bottle that she found on the beach.[19]


As Link trades with the Traveling Merchants, Zunari's stock expands and he gains more items. All of his products, aside from the Sail, can be placed in Joy Pedestals around Windfall Island for the Joyous Volunteer Association. If Link places items from Zunari's shop in all fourteen Joy Pedestals around town, he will receive a Piece of Heart from Sam.[20]

Item Name Cost (Rupees)
Sail 80
Town Flower 10
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Sea Flower 20
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Exotic Flower 25
Pinwheel 55
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Big Catch Flag 85
Big Sale Flag 35
Hero's Flag 75
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Sickle Moon Flag 40
Skull Tower Idol 60
Fountain Idol 60
Postman Statue 100
Shop Guru Statue 200


  1. "My story is a strange one... I came across cursed seas from a land far away...a land where the blizzards blow violently...heading for this town called Windfall. But dear me! As I traveled, a terrible storm descended and tore my ship to bits...yet mysteriously, only that escaped without so much as a mark on it..." — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  2. "From the looks of you, I would say you are a traveler as well. Oh, yes indeed! ...Could you not purchase that from me? It is my one and only heirloom from home. The people of this town do not seem the least bit interested in that, despite the fact that it would help them travel the dangerous seas about their town... Please! I beg of you! I wish to open a business here in this town, so I am in desperate need of finances!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  3. "Yes, yes, yes! Thank you very much, indeed! I have received precisely 80 Rupees for it. I can use these funds to finance my new business! Oh, dear me, what a happy day!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  4. "Yes, yes! Master! Now that I take a longer look at you, I see that you have a fine Delivery Bag, do you not? Dear me, it is a bag fit for a hero...of delivery! I have a small request, and it requires the use of that bag... A request? I'm out of here!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  5. "My stall is a kind of general store that makes its money by obtaining rare products at inexpensive prices and then selling them. ...With a reasonable mark-up, of course. However, because I have so few products to sell, the shop remains rather...deserted. I will sell anything! I am a master of the sale! I just need to get some new products! Could you not seek out traveling merchants and negotiate supply contracts with them for me?" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  6. "No, no, no! Do not look so frightened! I say contracts, but it is just a word. You do not have to do anything very difficult. All I need for you to do is trade one of my products for a new product that the merchant has in stock. You see, among merchants, a trade is proof of a contract! That is to say, it is the merchant's oath... That is what we call it. Yes, yes." — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  7. "So, by trading your goods for my goods, we have formed a merchant's oath." — Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  8. "Merchants that have sworn a merchant's oath will afterwards send their products to me. It is the way things work. So, as you succeed in trading my products, my product lineup will increase!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  9. "So, from now on I shall honor our merchant's oath by sending shipments of my product to the Windfall Island Shop. How, you ask? Why, my good friend the postman will take it there for me, so it will probably get there before you do. Just go back to Windfall and check for yourself." — Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  10. "Yes, yes! Young master, you are now my new salesman! No, no! Scratch that! Starting today, you and I are partners! Dear me, yes! I give to you my proof of contract... In other words, this is my merchant's oath! Take it with you, my young partner!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  11. "Yes, yes! Young master, look! Already, my shop has a wide variety of products to choose from! It is a cornucopia! Thanks to you, young master, every morning the postman comes with packages from the traveling salesmen you traded with. At last, my humble stall has the appearance of a full-fledged store! My dear! Your unflagging dedication has strengthened my determination to live my life for the success of my business!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  12. "Master, you are the savior of my stall! I must thank you from the very bottom of my heart. This is my most prized posession_next to my hoodie coat, of course! It is none other than the Zunari family treasure... Please accept it!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  13. "Just recently, my missing daughter, Mila, was returned to me. I didn't think I could ever feel more joyful... But then she went and started working at the shop to help out with our tight family finances! What a trooper! Could that girl be any more of an angel?" — Mila's Father, The Wind Waker.
  14. "Shh! Shhh! Take off! Go away!" — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  15. "Y-Y-You startled me...! Wh-Wh-What do you want? M-M-My heart is racing! You scared me! Wait... Are you...? ...the kind of creep who goes around at night scaring people?! That's just plain mean! Just who do you think you are, anyway?! An ally of justice! A night-creeping rascal!" — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  16. "A...what!?! An... An ally of justice?! I-I'm not a thief! I swear! I haven't stolen anything! Well, yet. Please let me go! It was just an impulse! That's all! Just a bad idea! ...Why won't you say anything? Does this mean you're mad at me? Could you at least listen to the circumstances in my life that led up to this moment? Please, you owe me that much! Sure Quiet, you!" — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  17. "I...was once the richest little debutante in this town. Did you know that? But one day, a monstrous bird came and took me away to a terrible place called the Forsaken Fortress, where I was locked up and held captive. Oh, it was awful! My father spent every last Rupee in his coffers in an attempt to get me rescued. That's right! Every last bit of our family fortune, gone... That was when my life of poverty began. Now, every day, from morning until night, I'm busy working for the open-air shop. So, as you can see, at least I'm trying to settle into my poor lifestyle. Doesn't that just tug at your heart strings? What do you say about the tragic events in my pitiable life? That's terrible That's kind of funny" — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  18. "It's true... I know I'm quibbling over nothing... But being so poor weakens a person's very soul... But...it's time I quit making silly excuses for myself! Thanks to you, I didn't have to sink down to the level of a common thief. I will never do anything like that again! Ahhhh... What an amazing feeling! I've let all of my worries out of my heart. Wow! I actually feel refreshed! Thank you so much..." — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  19. "Don't look at me like that! I didn't steal it! It washed up on the shore, so I picked it up. Don't tease me like that! It's a tiny bottle made of crystal-clear glass... It's so beautiful. I wish my soul could be that beautiful..." — Mila, The Wind Waker.
  20. "Wow! Windfall just seems to be filled with joy lately... Don't you think? Say, you haven't been cooperating with the volunteers, have you? You know what I'm talking about? Decorating the town? Oh, really? ...You have? Wow, it never fails to amaze me how kind and thoughtful folks can be. ...I know! I'll return your kindness with some of my own!" — Sam, The Wind Waker.