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The Korok Forest is a location in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.[1]

Features and overview[]

The Korok Forest is located north of Hyrule Castle in the Great Hyrule Forest. Mainly consisting of The Great Deku Tree, many Koroks live there as well. It is also home to the Master Sword. In order to reach Korok Forest, one must travel through the Lost Woods.

The forest has many flowers and trees, as well as shallow water along the ground. Acorns are abundant, and the paths in the forest are lined with Bean Lamps.[2] Inside The Great Deku Tree, there is the General Shoppe, the Spore Store, and an Inn, as well as a Statue of the Goddess.

The Keo Ruug Shrine is located to the right of The Great Deku Tree.




General Shoppe[]

Main article: General Shoppe

Great Deku Tree's Navel[]

Spore Store[]

Main article: Spore Store

Spinoff appearances[]

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity[]

In Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Korok Forest first appears in the Scenario, "Freeing Korok Forest." In the first battle, Korok Forest could be seen from above from Divine Beast Vah Medoh. In the second battle, Link and Zelda destroy the Malice swamp blocking the way to Korok Forest, and defeat Astor, who was in Korok Forest. Link was also able to get the Master Sword there.

Later, during the, "EX Searching Hyrule Forest" Scenario, Revali and Teba head for the Lost Woods in search of a Rito child, later revealed to be Tulin, who followed Teba through his time portal. Korok Forest is one of the many locations where the duo search for Tulin.


  • The Korok Forest received criticism due to the framerate dropping, mainly because of an excessive amount of inhabitants on the scene. This often occurs during the daytime, as the colors and shaders steadily lower at night, improving the framerate slightly.
  • In Breath of the Wild, there is a tree that is a shortcut out of the Lost Woods to the entry, and it surprisingly still work in Tears of the Kingdom. But the downside is that you have reach the tree before the fog consumes Link to go back to the entry, like in Breath of the Wild. It is most likely leftover code that Nintendo forgot to remove in Tears of the Kingdom from Breath of the Wild.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork Names in other regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite
JapanJapaneseコログの森 (Korogu no Mori)Korogu Forest
Latin AmericaSpanishLABosque Kolog[3]Kolog Forest
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See also[]


  1. "Korok Forest" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "The bean lamps act as landmarks. You'll want to familiarize yourself with them to make it easier to find your way around." — Maca (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Bosque Kolog" — Map (Breath of the Wild)