Sekiro Locations irefers to specific Areas that are named prominently on the screen as the protagonist progresses through the world. In Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, players explore a mythical Sengoku-era Japan, visiting large Castle complexes and confronting the attendants of the Lords and the samurai of the warring clans.
- Please see Maps for an overview of the world and its areas.
The grounds surrounding Ashina Castle, where the Ashina Commander is said to have taken the Prince.
A ruined Buddhist Temple that acts as a safe haven for The Sculptor, Sekiro, and several others who wander the land.