There are so many shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Sooner or later, you are bound to hit one that does not resonate with you. This may be the case with the Joju-u-u Shrine, also known as the Building Bridges Shrine. Not all of us are really good at dealing with the game’s physics, so there’s no harm in getting some help for getting through these puzzles. Here is how to quickly get through these puzzles with little to no hassle.
Building Bridges Shrine in Tears of the Kingdom Walkthrough
As you might have guessed from the task’s name, we will be making bridges to get to the end of the Joju-u-u Shrine. Like other building tasks in Tears of the Kingdom, you will need to use Ultrahand to grab parts of these bridges and attach them to slots that will let you proceed.
The first bridge is simple enough. Just jump down and grab the end of it. Pull it up and attach it to the other side. Climb the ladder and go across.
The second bridge is a little longer. We need to pull it up enough to get to the higher level about halfway across. With this in mind, go to the end of the fallen bridge and don’t grab the last piece. Count to the fourth one in and pick that up to attach to the other side. Go back up the ladder and move to the next area.
The third bridge is quite interesting. To start, don’t touch the fallen bridge yet. Go to the other side of the room and there will be a white block. Pick up that block and attach it to the bridge. Now grab the block again and put it over the bar hanging from the wall. When you let go, the block should keep the bridge hanging on for you to cross.
Now you can finish the shrine if you want, but you can get the chest for this area right before the end. Cross this final bridge and turn around. Grab around the middle section of the bridge and lift it up to the pedestal the chest is on.
After you have grabbed that chest, there is nothing left to see. Go to the end, and you have completed the Joju-u-u Shrine “Building Bridges” in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Tears of the Kingdom is available on Nintendo Switch.