Ocarina is an essential item The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, But it’s not too difficult to leave Link’s favorite musical instrument at first. Similar to the magnifying glass, you will need Okarina for some important story moments, but it is primarily a very useful item to explore. After securing Ocarina, you need to learn a few tunes – until you are satisfied with listening to Link, unless you are in pain on the spot.
In this guide, we will show you how to get Okarina and learn all the songs The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.
How to get Ocarina
1. Whole Key Cave
Before you can get Ocarina, you must be at least the third dungeon key past Cavern Link awakening. This is because you need both a power bracelet (found in the Bottle Grotto) and Pegasus Boots (found in Key Caverns and used in the Color Dungeon) to reach Ocarina.
2. Head of Dream Shrine
To bring Okarina in Link awakening, Link is to take a little nap. Head of Mabe Village. To the north of the Town Tool Shop and up the stairs, you will see a stone building. The entrance to the building is surrounded by a boulder. Now that you have a power bracelet, you can lift the boulder, and Link can lie in bed.
Once inside, you must run around the perimeter of the room using Pegasus Boots. The ground beneath you breaks, so you are in a hurry. The treasure built on the first platform is 100 rupees. Okarina is on the second platform, which is a walk in plain view.
Now you have Ocarina!
Where to learn Ocarina songs
There are three songs to learn in Link’s Jagran, which we will explain in more detail below.
The billed of the wind fish
“The Ballad of the Wind Fish” is the first song you can learn Link awakening. Once Ocarina is there, Marin will teach it to you.
Depending on where you are in the story, she will either be in Animal Village or Weather Wayne in Mabe Village.
Wind fish ballads are required to awaken the walrus, blocking the entrance to the Yarana Desert. It is also the song required to awaken Wind Fish later in the adventure.
The second Okarina song, “Mambo’s Mambo”, cannot be learned until you catch the flippers in the fourth dungeon angler tunnel.
Upon leaving the dungeon, jump into the water and swim left to enter the cave. Inside you will find a big fish named Manbo which will teach you its catchy tune.
Mambo’s manbo is incredibly useful, as it can be played for fast travel to unlocked warp holes in the overworld. While in a dungeon, the jingle will take you back to the dungeon entrance.
Song of frog soul
The third and final Ocarina song, “Frog’s Soul Song,” requires hook shots. You get a hook shot in the fifth dungeon in a catfish claw. After you grab the hook shot, Ukku goes to the prairie.
Go towards the western shore which runs along the village of Miba. If you head south, you will see a group of holes and a tree stump on each side.
The trendy game is directly west of this location. Use the hook shot to cross the gap. Welcome to the signpost maze.
Read the first hint and follow the arrow. You have to keep reading the signs to reveal a ladder. Descend the stairs.
Frog Raja Mamu will give you a chance to hear “Uncut” at 300 rupees. Give him the money and he will teach you Frog’s Song of Soul.
You’ll need Song of the Frog to revive the rooster under Wayne Vader in Mabe Village and reach the eighth dungeon rock.