Whether it’s a hidden Tanuki, copious side quests, or KK notes, there’s always something to find in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Almost anything can be collected in this game, and the story-filled audio recordings absolutely fall under that umbrella. There are 17 such records scattered throughout Tokyo, and it is up to Akito and CC to collect them all.
Where to Find All Audio Recordings in Ghostwire: Tokyo
This may be easier said than done. Although they usually hover around shrines or phone booths, finding the right shrine or phone booth is not easy. Tokyo is a big place, and in the end, it’s packed with both. However, history buffs can’t afford to miss out on these bits of audio.
I just wanted to say “Plan B”
This Voice Log can be found by heading to Akisawa Shrine and heading northwest. Nearby is a telephone booth that stores a magazine. Also, you can pick up this journal during the “KK” mission in Chapter 2, as your main route passes right by this phone booth.
Difficulties with people
This voice log will be indispensable if you complete the “After the End” side quest series. The “Difficulty with People” voice log can be found in the second part of this three-part quest.
Have you seen visitors?
Head to KK’s apartment/cabin in the Namita Shrine area of Tokyo. In a nearby telephone booth, a log of voice messages is stored.
Head to Namita’s shrine and you’ll see an open laptop on your left. This laptop is actually a voice magazine that you can pick up.
About using Meiki
Approach Namita’s shrine and head north to a nearby telephone booth. Here you will find another Voice Log.
Visit the Matsumi Shrine and you can see the Voice Log to the right of the Torii Gate.
A scent to die for?
Utagawa shopping area
Reach the Torii Gate of the Utagawa Shopping District and head south past the crossroads. You will find a phone booth with a voice log next to the Fire Jizo statue. While you’re here, you can take him too.
In the heat of battle
This might be the first Voice magazine you find, as it’s not to be missed. You will find it during the main quest “Blindness” in Chapter 3, and you will not be able to progress through the story until you pick up this magazine.
City of corruption
Head to the Onten Temple and head west. On the western edge of the Onten district, you will find a phone booth next to a shop. This booth stores your voice log.
A man named Dale
Approach Yamaka Shrine and then head towards the river to the south. Keep to the north side of the river and follow it to the west. There you will find a telephone booth with a voice log.
Blood and Legacy
Shrine of Morita
Another indispensable voice log, although this one is related to a side quest, not the main mission. During the side quest “After the End” you will have to pick up the voice log – this is the very voice log.
Fluidity of spirits
Shrine of Morita
Travel to Morite Shrine and head north. On the northern border of Morita territory, you will find a telephone booth opposite the tengu. Inside this booth is the Voice Log.
Yokai around us
Temple of Yashin
Head to the Yashin Shrine and take the elevator down to the first level. From here, exit to the construction site and head southwest. You will come across a phone booth that contains another Voice Log.
Reach the Noto Shrine and head north. In the southeast corner of the nearby forest, you will find a telephone booth. This phone booth houses the Voice Log.
Approach Shiratsuku Shrine and look to the right. You will see a laptop lying on the shrine. This laptop is actually a voice journal.
You can find this Voice Log during the “Buried Life” quest in Chapter 2. This journal can be skipped if you don’t look for it as you approach the end of the Shibuya Dungeon, right in front of the large cistern. However, you can return to the area at any time and the magazine will be there.
This Voice Log can only be obtained in Chapter 5 and is not marked on any map. To find it, you need to watch the scene where Akito crashes his motorcycle and ends up near a large temple. Climb up the two ladders and head towards the building to your right. On the left side of this building, you will find a laptop. This laptop is actually a voice recording log.
Why collect voice recordings?
The main reason it’s worth the effort to find all of the voice logs in Ghostwire: Tokyo to reveal a little more of the story is to add a little more weight to the main story. From a mechanical point of view, however, there is nothing interesting here. There are no passive bonuses to find and no skill points to earn.
However, there is a trophy/achievement for finding all of these items, so if you want to get “the whole truth”, you’ll have to hurry.