He begins his quest with highly unflattering attire, but it doesn’t take long before you can acquire new armor and add some visual flair to your clothing by speaking to some dye merchants found throughout the game.
After Jin Sakai and his samurai brethren failed to repel the Mongolian invasion in Ghost of Tsushima, it falls upon Jin to rally a rebellion to liberate the Japanese island. He begins his quest with highly unflattering attire, but it doesn’t take long before you can acquire new armor and add some visual flair to your clothing by speaking to some dye merchants found throughout the game.
Here’s how you can find the elusive white and black dye merchants to add some flair to your outfit(s).
Who are the Black and white dye merchants in Ghost of Tsushima?
In Ghost of Tsushima, you can purchase new dyes for your armor from any merchant found throughout Tsushima, allowing you to give your gear more color. Dyes are purchased using flowers, which can be found growing all over the island or you can use the guiding wind to do so.
Regular dye merchants set up shop in nearly every in-game community like a small town or survivors camp. These merchants usually sell the same inventory. The monochromatic merchants with black and white dyes are different. Each one can only be found in a single location and they only sell dyes based on their specialty color. This is the only way to dye your clothing black or white. If you visit both, it’ll also earn you a trophy called Monochromatic Masters.
Where do you find the white dye merchant in Ghost of Tsushima?
You can find the white dye merchant shacked up in Tsushima’s first region, Izuhara. They’ll be located at the peak of the mountain within Wanderer’s Pass. There will be a bunch of white banners by their home. You can also fast-travel there if you’ve already completed the Kashine Bamboo Strike, which is located right by the merchant.