Ishin

Story

Text Walkthrough
Cutscenes

Side Content

Substories
Friendship
Wanted Men
Another Life

Combat

Battle System
Abilities
Heat Actions
Training
Arena
Battle Dungeon
Soldier Cards
Ultimate Battles

Completion

Mini-Games
Shops & Restaurants
Blacksmith
Symbols
Weapons
Armour
Items
Dharma & Virya
Dharma Exchange
Completion

Other

Maps
Lottery
Trophies
Controls
Menu & Options

Ishin

Story

Text Walkthrough Cutscenes

Side Content

Substories Friendship Wanted Men Another Life

Combat

Battle System Abilities Heat Actions Training Arena Battle Dungeon Soldier Cards Ultimate Battles

Completion

Mini-Games Shops & Restaurants Blacksmith Symbols Weapons Armour Items Dharma & Virya Dharma Exchange Completion

Other

Maps Lottery Trophies Controls Menu & Options

RYU GA GOTOKU ISHIN

Ryu ga Gotoku Ishin (released in Japan in February 2014) is a spin-off game set at the end of the Edo period of Japanese history (known as the Bakumatsu period), a period when the Tokugawa Shogunate came to an end and imperial rule was restored (Meiji Restoration).

Sakamoto Ryoma is living undercover, with a false identity, as "Saito Hajime" in Kyoto. One year earlier, on the eve of the coup d'├ętat of Tosa, Ryoma's foster father, the man who raised him, was murdered before his eyes. The only lead he had to discover who the killer was is that he used the Tennen Rishin style of fighting. This is a style used by the Shinsengumi, so Ryoma infiltrates their ranks, becoming captain of the 3rd Shinsengumi unit, in attempt to find the killer.

Big thanks to Kevin Debrabandere for creating a PDF for the entire Ishin guide. You can download the PDF version of the guide here. Please be advised that the PDF is outdated now, but still contains information for the whole game.

This guide is for the original (2014) release of Ishin. The information contained within may not necessarily be accurate for the 2023 "Like a Dragon: Ishin" remake.

Below are all the elements of the game that must be completed in order to achieve 100% completion and obtain the Dream Granter trophy. You get a new item for every section of the completion menu you complete. You can receive these items by reading the letter you get by the entrance to Terada Inn or your home in Another Life after completing the section, then talking to the man in clown makeup on the first floor of Terada Inn.

Substories

There are 67 substories in the game, all of which are covered in the substories section of this guide. You do not have to defeat Amon to complete this section.

You are rewarded with the Tenmurakumo sword for completing all the substories.

Mini-Games

You must play the following mini-games to complete this section:

Singing Bar - You must achieve the highest rank on every song

Traditional Japanese Dancing - You must achieve the highest rank for every song on every difficulty

Udon Restaurant Helper - Achieve the highest rank

Konno Anna - Win all the courtesan mini-games on every difficulty

Chicken Racing - Obtain a cumulative total of 10000 points

Cee-Lo - Obtain a cumulative total of 15000 points

Odds and Evens - Obtain a cumulative total of 15000 points

Oicho-Kabu - Obtain a cumulative total of 7500 points

Koi-Koi - Obtain a cumulative total of 15000 points

Poker - Obtain a cumulative total of 15000 points

Mahjong - Obtain 40000 points in one game

Shogi - Win 3 games (accumulative)

You are rewarded with the Symbol of the Divine Dragon armour (head protection) for completing all the above.

Another Life

See the Another Life page for help with this section. You must do the following to complete this section:

Farming - Harvest every type of vegetable

Fishing - Catch every type of fish

Cooking - Cook every meal

Peddling - Earn a cumulative total of 100 Ryo

Pets - Obtain all the pets (3 dogs and 3 cats - see the friendship section for help with this)

Haruka - Witness all the "calming events"

You are rewarded with the Dharma Hood armour (head protection) for completing all the above.

Food

Order every food and drink item from every restaurant. Note that the restaurants in Tosa do not count towards completion, so don't worry about that.

You are rewarded with the Furinkazan armour (chest protection) for completing this.

Heat Actions

Perform every heat action in the game.

You are rewarded with the War God Amulet armour (head protection) for completing all the above.

Weapons and Armour

Create every weapon and armour in the game. Also you must synthesise every weapon/armour symbol in the game. See the blacksmith page for help.

You are rewarded with a Sacrificial Stone item for completing all training.

Masters (Training)

Complete all the training with all masters.

You are rewarded with the Flower-Pattern Headband armour (head protection) for completing all the training.

Wanted Men

Complete all the wanted men missions.

You are rewarded with the White Dragon spear for completing all the missions.

Battle Dungeon

Complete all the battle dungeon missions.

You are rewarded with an Inaka School Catalogue (equipment material) for completing all the missions.

Arena

Defeat all opponents in the arena.

You are rewarded with the Enraged Position armour (gauntlet) for defeating all opponents.