Look, we know you’re all used to the glitz and glam of Yakuza’s Kamurocho, but things are different in Like a Dragon Ishin. Instead of modern-day Japan, we’re thrown into feudal Japan. And that means there aren’t any cars to drive you around, so the Like a Dragon Ishin palanquins come into play.
If you want to get around quickly, then you’ll want to fast travel. But instead of grabbing a taxi Kiryu-chan style, you’ll be grabbing one of the Like a Dragon Ishin Palanquins. Even the word itself will likely cause you to scratch your head and wonder what it even means, but that’s where we come in, baby.
Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about what these mysterious fast travel points are and how to use them. So get reading.
Like a Dragon Ishin palanquins fast travel explained
Palanquins are how you fast travel in Like a Dragon Ishin. The palanquin is a seat carried on two bamboo sticks by two individuals. You sit on this seat to fast travel around the world of Like a Dragon Ishin. Palanquins are marked on your map, so all you need to do is simply approach the two men holding the palanquin and interact with them. Then, your map will automatically come up and you’ll be asked where you want the palanquin to take you.
Simply select from the list of locations and press X/A. After a short loading screen, you’ll arrive at your destination. Using the palanquin will cost you a small nominal fee, but it isn’t very much.
That’s all you need to know about fast travel in the feudal japan RPG from Sega. If you’re playing Like a Dragon Ishin and want more tips and tricks on the game, then you can check out our other guides such as how to use pots and how long to beat.