Persona 5 Strikers: How Many Jails?

Find out how many Jails are there in Persona 5 Strikers and keep reading to know their locations.

In Persona 5 Strikers (or P5S), The Phantom Thieves of Hearts take down Jails and there are quite a few of them that you have to infiltrate in this game. There will be a lot of combat that you have to do in these locations. How many Jails are there, you ask? Find out in this quick guide.

How Many Jails are there in Persona 5 Strikers?

There are 7 Jails in Persona 5 Strikers (P5S). The Jail locations are present all over Japan.

Now, if you are okay with knowing their locations and the bosses that you will encounter there, keep reading. In case you don’t want to get these spoilers, check out our guide on how to earn Persona Points faster instead. Also find out if you can have romantic relationships or not. With that said, spoilers ahead.

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P5S Jail Locations

You will find Jails across Japan and their locations are:

  1. Shibuya
  2. Sendai
  3. Sapporo
  4. Kyoto
  5. Osaka
  6. Okinawa
  7. Abyss / Tokyo Jail

These Jails in Persona 5 Strikers are ruled by Monarchs or Bosses. If you are curious to know which Jail belongs to which boss in the game and don’t mind minor spoilers regarding it, read on.

  • Shibuya Jail Monarch – Alice Hiiragi
  • Sendai Jail Monarch – Ango Natsume
  • Sapporo Jail Monarch – Mariko Hyodo
  • Kyoto Jail Monarch – Akane Hasegawa
  • Osaka Jail Monarch – Akira Konoe
  • Okinawa Jail – Shuzo Ubukata

That’s everything on how many Jails are there in Persona 5 Strikers.

In P5S, you will get Jails instead of Palaces that you saw in Persona 5. This game is set 6 months after the story of Persona 5 so it is recommended that players experience that first game before heading into this one. There are also multiple references made regarding Persona 5’s events that you will not get if you haven’t played the game.

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