This page offers a guide on how to complete Kisinona Shrine, which is found in the Eldin Region in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
How to Find Kisinona Shrine
Kisinona Shrine (Map Marker) is found near Foothill Stable (Map Marker) in the Eldin Canyon. The shrine is found just north of the stable, and you’ll need to climb up a short rocky cliff to reach it.
Kisinona Shrine: Fan Puzzle Solution
When you first enter into this shrine, you might find it a tad tricky to figure out but the puzzle is surprisingly simple. At the center of the room is a big wheel and its surrounded by small fans with lights on top of them. The lights are lit when the fans are powered and you can power them by using the zonai fan devices on the floor nearby. When all the fans are spinning and their lights are green, the door will open to the end of the shrine.
Before you solve this puzzle though, you’ll want to use the zonai fan to get up onto the ledge on the left wall to reach the chest. To do this, just rotate the fan so it’s facing upwards and then paraglide onto the ledge where you can loot the chest for a Mighty Construct Bow.
Once you’ve grabbed the treasure, you’ll want to use the two zonai devices on the big wheel. You’ll want to attach the fans on opposite sides of the wheel, attaching them on their sides. You’ll also want to make sure that the fans blow wind in opposite direction. When you’ve positioned them correctly, smack one of them to turn the fans on and it’ll spin the wheel quickly enough to turn on all fan lights and open the door to the end of the shrine. Any other use or positioning of the fans won’t spin the wheel fast enough and you can’t manually spin the wheel using ultrahand quick enough either.