Map of Kabuki in Watson District for Cyberpunk 2077
Kabuki Map in Watson District - Cyberpunk 2077
Kabuki Map in Watson District - Cyberpunk 2077
Fast Travel terminals
Gun for Hire
Search and Recover
SOS: Merc Needed
Reported Crime Clues
Reported Crime Location
Assault in Progress
Kabuki is an game zone for players with 2-10 experience levels.
Once upon a time Kabuki touted an impressive cluster of corporate medical office buildings. Located right next to the famous Med Center, Kabuki prided itself for a reputation on being a tidy, elegant district – that is, until Arasaka swallowed up every last competitor. Ever since then, Kabuki – not counting Pacifica – is known as the poorest district of Night City. But Kabuki is far from empty – an influx of Chinese immigrants have turned Kabuki's winding streets into a lively bazaar where one can find almost anything for a fraction of the market rate. At night, the Chinese lanterns and flickering neons light up the stalls of Night City's biggest black market for implants, organs, drugs, stolen prototypes, steroids, viruses and malware, XBDs – you name it, Kabuki will have it. The district is heavily crowded, save for its northern stretches where abandoned warehouses and disused factories have become occupied by gangers and outcasts of all stripes and colors. Kabuki is largely controlled by the Tyger Claws – occasionally you might also spot Maelstrom. Some local gangs thrive such as the Mox, who run the most popular braindance club in the city – Lizzie's Bar.
Main Jobs in Cyberpunk 2077 are quests related to the main plot of the game. You can check the order in which they appear on the diagram Main Jobs.
Evelyn Parker Judy Alvarez T-Bug Dexter DeShawn
Go to Lizzie's Bar between 6:00 PM and 6:00 AM.
Talk to Evelyn Parker about the contract you got from Dexter and the relic, then with Judy check Braindance.
Either Evelyn Parker's got the best intel in town, the biggest pile of scratch, or the brightest goddamn lucky star twinkling over her at night. Fuck, maybe she got all three. Still, good thing Dex sent you to that meet. You clean up better. This goes down right, she'll be a nice new contact for us. And you know the deal – won't get anywhere without contacts in Night City. So don't fuck it up, chica.
Evelyn knows more than she's willing to spill. Only question is whether she thinks we're worthy of her trust... that's where you come in. Chick's gotta be seriously well-connected to have the kind of intel we need for this op. Make sure to squeeze every last drop out of her, V. And remember - major league's just around the corner.
Judy Alvarez Woodman
Lizzie's Bar Megabuilding H8 - Clouds
You set out to find Evelyn Parker, Judy directs you to Clouds nightclub, look for clues inside the club and interrogate Woodman.
So you've decided to find the chick who put on this first-class shitshow. She had a job and you took it 'cause there was no one else to knock some sense into your gonk head. I'm here now, but so what? This search and rescue bullshit's a dead end, but that's not about to stop you. Maybe Evelyn will, who knows? Sure seems like she doesn't wanna be found.
Judy Alvarez Johnny Silverhand Evelyn Parker
Judy's Apartment in Kabuki
Analyze with Judy, Evelyn's memories through the braindance and find links to Voodoo Boys.
There's nothing you can't take away from a person - you just gotta look hard enough. When all options are exhausted, you've still got a body that can be harvested, skills that can be put to good use... Oh, and let's not forget "dignity" - that's a classic. Hell, I'm starting to think I could've done worse than end up on this little Relic of yours.
Side Jobs will appear with the completion of specific storyline Main Jobs or other Side Jobs. Some of the Side Jobs are closed episodes, others open up more Side Jobs. There are also important Side Jobs influencing the game endings called Major Side Job.
Do not reject any calls to Side Jobs so as not to close the storyline variants. You can check all Side Jobs and their availability on the Side Job List
Looks like Regina wants to turn you into a one-woman army in the fight against cyberpsychosis. Understandable, seeing as most of our heroic badges seem to vanish from the scene at the mention of "cyberpsycho". One thing I still don't get – why does she want them alive?
This Job doesn't have one specific location, it will be completed when you find 17 Cyberpsychos.
This is second (of five) part of Beat on the Brat Side Job (level 5).
You have to climb to the roof of the building on the west side.
Don't overthink this one. You have to defeat the champion of Kabuki. You know the stakes, you know the place. Now get your ass over there and win.
Retrieve the Ping quickhack from the netrunner.
T-Bug's prolly the last person you'd expect to do presents. She's not the kind of gal who goes around buyin' novelty coffee mugs or t-shirts of your favorite comic book hero. But a netrunner program...? For you? For the job? Shit... she must really like you, chica.
Just buy it, equip it and use it.
Search and Destroy
Major Side Job Double Sides, Now +24h
Major Side Job Ex-Factor +6h
Transmission + Corpo Lifepath
Off the Leash + I Don't Wanna hear it
For more, check All Unique Weapons List.
Location: Kabuki, Stout will give it after Venus in Furs, if you buy Flathead without cracking the chip or warning Royce in Main job The Pickup.
Base Weapon: Electric Baton Gamma
Location: Kabuki, Main Job The Space in Between, Lizzie basement.
Base Weapon: Omaha - Extra round per shot.
Location: Kabuki, After an affair with Judy or in her apartment if she decide to leave.
Base Weapon: Carnage - Low reload speed.
Location: Kabuki, Side Job War Pigs, loot from Frank's body
Base Weapon: JKE-X2 Kenshin - On low health will increases Critical Chance, Fire Rate and Reload Speed and damage when your health is very low. Charged shots deal double damage.
This weapon is not present in the game.
Location: Kabuki, Japan Town
Base Weapon: Nue
Gigs are additional tasks that you get from the Fixer in a given district. More Gigs spawn as your Street Cred Level increases. Gigs are not related to the main plot of the game but provide experience points, equipment and resources.
A few years back I scrolled a little feature called "How Affordable is Health?" It turns out not very. My numbers showed only 3 percent of Night Citizens could afford healthcare. A lot has changed since. For the worse. Some people are declaring open war on rippers, breaking into clinics, klepping meds and chems. No surprise there. And no surprise these rippers want to protect what's theirs.
They want you to recover a pack of stolen meds. Thanks to the GPS tracer hidden inside, we know exactly where to look.
To get to the apartment, jump over from the neighboring balcony and go through the window.
Feel like doing everyone a favor and making eddies doing it? Deal with Jotaro Shobo. Twisted motherfucker like no other.
He's a Tyger Claw and a sadistic scumbag who's got a thing for scrolling XBDs. Who's to say whether he just gets carried away or (and my money's on this) he gets off on the tortured screams of his victims. Best guess is seventeen murders to his name, but the (in)justice for the street's dead and missing joytoys is notorious.
But the Moxes are different.
Mox netrunners connected a few dots and tracked down Jotaro's studio – Ho-Oh – quaint little club in Kabuki. This area's a no-go for Moxes which is why they need a helping hand.
Find this fucker Jotaro and tell him his days in the entertainment biz are done.
Watch out for the defensive turret mounted on the ceiling in the room next to Jotaro.
When a top Soviet fixer, Mikhail Akulov, landed in NC, it generated a lot of buzz in the biz. So far, says he's just in town to cut a small-time deal. The USSR's premier fixer in town to personally handle minor league gigs at enny stakes? Yeah, can't say I'm convinced either
So what's his game? Why Night City? My client needs answers to these questions and more. They want to follow his every step on NC soil and that's why you need to plant a GPS transmitter on our dear comrade's car. And keep it clean and quiet.
Racketeering's the name of the game in Kabuki. The badges pretend like they don't see when hustlers like Blake reel in the next victim.
The script's always the same. Act I – a promising money deal. Act II – an unpayable debt. The sucker this time was Roger Wang, store chain owner. Blake's already seized ownership of one of the stores but has bigger plans. Like I said, this kind of debt's unpayable, so Wang got wise and paid us instead. This human shitstain Croyle is about to disappear, so the time to act is now.
And one more thing – Blake's got huscle from the Animals watching his back.
I got a place at this block in Kabuki. Not many know about it (welcome to the club) and I prefer to keep it that way. Problem is a certain Tyger Cunt (and friends) set up a pachinko operation right on my fucking doorstep. Could mean trouble for me down the road.
Lemme guess – you're thinking it's better to hide in plain sight? Yeah, fuck that. When (not if) the NCPD cracks down on those pachinko machines, I know they're gonna poke their ugly pig noses around in my backyard. Can't risk them seeing something they shouldn't.
We can't sit on this. Head to the residential block where a Tyger by name of Taki Kenmochi is running this pachinko show. Deal with her. Any other Tygers in the area will get the message and peace out quick.
Anna Hamill is a blue-blooded cop, through and through. The kind you'd expect to see in some NCPD promo. Beautiful, smart, honest to a fault. In other words, a really bad fit for Night City.
Her NCPD colleagues are another story. They all have back problems from sitting on fat wallets.
This current case Hamill's working has them all breaking out in hives. She's digging into the smuggling racket in Kabuki market, which – if she makes any real headway – means bad biz for her cop buddies' finances. They want someone from outside the precinct to nip this thing in the bud.
Normally that's where I'd leave it, but I wanna add one more thing. I kinda feel bad for the girl. Rather she not flatline if you can avoid it. Convince her to skip town, or drop the case and make a career change at least.
If you cant open door jump on her balcony from the next floor and go through the window.
Alois Daquin – the corpo megaprick who cheated me. And not only me. There's a whole city out there that wants to get its hands on this guy. As they say, the fate of a traitor is sealed at the time of his betrayal.
But what interests me beyond my vengeance is Alois' datapad and, well, the data on it. Our traitor picked up and fucked off right outta NC so fast he left his gear in town.
Just 20 min. ago I got a login ping from his comp on an Eisenhower St. localnet.
Head over there and grab his device. Once we get it, we take advantage of this confused mess.
Steal Mikhail Akulov's datashard.
Some loose-lipped, bar-hopping Arasaka suits have let out word about some big deal going down with the commies. Seems it wasn't just talk for a pissing contest with rival corpos either. THE Mikhail Akulov arrived in Night City a while ago (the one from the car with the tracker). A top-class Soviet fixer.
My client wants Akulov's datashard, supposedly containing extremely valuable intel on talks with the Japanese.
Go the hotel where Akulov's staying and swipe that data out from under his nose. As if it needs to be said but he'll have heavy protection. And remember I'll pay extra if you get in and out without a trace. Call me when it's done.
Countless dreamers head to big cities in search of a fresh start. And so many of them have nowhere to return to. Outcasts, loners, rejects. Jae-Hyun's put a targets on the backs of those society's failed. And there's no shortage of them in Night City.
Here's the rundown on Jae-Hyun's meat grinder: he identifies some poor bastard, kidnaps them, and delivers them to scavs for biomon or other cyberware removal. They're stripped of their identities and end up the "property" of some shitbag like Jotaro to do with as they please.
Course no one really looks for these people. And even if they did where would they start? What are the odds? To find someone in Night City who doesn't exist?
Let's face it – Jae-Hyun is just one head of the hydra, but fuck it – let's chop it off anyway. Could be a good while before more grow back in his place.
Reported Crimes are NCPD Scanner Hustles in which you are looking for clues leading you to the next location where you are carrying out the task.
You need to start with Reported Crime in the southwest. There you will find a computer, after reading the files on the computer, the police stash location will be revealed to you
Well, well, well. This comp proves the gangoons are buying off cops right and left! We gotta do something! Like, say, grab that Tyger Claw scratch just sitting there, waiting for the police. No eddies, no corruption, right? Look at us, cleaning up these mean Night City streets.
You will find the police stash in the annex on the roof, you have to climb up.
There are 17 Cyberpsycho Sighting in Cyberpunk 2077. Treat your opponents like Mini Bosses, choosing the right tactics for each one.
To send a message to Regin, you must reply to her text message that you have received in the messages you receive.
Usually, when a corpo gets his walking papers, he loses all his implants too. They dig those synth organs and cyber eyes right out of his body. But sometimes, the chrome's so far ingrown, it can't be removed safely. Even if someone really, really wants it...
Fast Travel is a way to travel fast in Cyberpunk 2077. If you discover a particular Dataterm by approaching it, you will be able to move there from any other Fast Travel point.
FT 01 Sutter ST
FT 02 Creek Loop
FT 03 Bellevue Overwalk
FT 04 Kabuki: Central
FT 05 Allen ST South
FT 06 Pinewood ST South
FT 07 Kabuki Market
FT 08 Kennedy North
FT 09 Charter ST
Recognizable locations in Kabuki related to Cyberpunk 2077 Lore.
Once a third-rate brothel and sticky dive, today Lizzie's Bar is the bread-and-butter of the Moxes. The club boasts high quality braindances to use in the comfort of specialized booths. You can also see a live show, have a drink and show off your moves on the dancefloor.
In 2067 Lizzie's Bar was the scene of a joytoy's horrific murder, sparking riots among sex workers, eventually resulting in the gang known as The Mox.
If you want to parley with Regina in person, you'll have to head down to Kabuki in Watson. Yaiba, the corporate skyscraper where she's located, is hard to miss – it's mostly surrounded by residential buildings (not to mention Lizzie's Bar, the club of the Mox). Regina conducts biz out of the top floor, which she has reserved all to herself.
This Kabuki-based casino is run by the Tyger Claws. The ground floor is the only space accessible to customers, while the rest is occupied by gang operations. If you ever need to get up from blackjack game to stretch your legs, think twice before heading upstairs.
Despite its name, it's not just a place where cars go in circles, but a Chinese-inspired architectural gem that pays tribute to Kabuki's uniqueness. This is where old friends pick up where they left off over a bowl of ramen and kids gawk at the newest braindance ads. This is where the second shift meets the third on its way to the NID, while black market trade goes on long into the early hours. Almost every corner of Kabuki Roundabout is occupied by street stalls with high-end brands sold at low, low prices.
Access to Tarot Cards will become open to you (you will see them on the walls) at the beginning of Act 2, during the "Fool on the Hill" mission for Misty. You have to scan them with Scanner, check the location of all Cards on All Tarot Cards Location.
The Magician - Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Card
You must fight his destructive influence. I... I think we both know who that is.
The Magician is the card of self-confidence and adapting to situations through intellect and sheer will. The Magician is a schemer who always has one last trick up his sleeve, who despite everything manages to stay afloat and remain in control of his own destiny.
Once you start Act 2, the fixer in the district will start sending you offers for cars that you can buy. Besides the amount you have to pay, it is sometimes up to your Street Cred to get an offer. You have to go to the place marked by the marker on the map and make the transaction.
For more check Full Car and Bike List.
There are no vehicles to buy in Kabuki.