The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask/Link the Matchmaker
Many of the rewards are temporary.
This event is done with a different format than previous events.
- Kafei's Mask
- Room Key
- Garo's Mask
- Kafei's Mask
- Room Key
- Letter to Kafei
- Pendant of Memories
- Keaton's Mask
- Special Delivery to Mama
- Cheateau Romani
- Postman's Hat
- 3 Pieces of Heart
- Couple's Mask
 What to Do
 Anju & Kafei
In one of the most memorable and longest side quests in Majora's Mask, it is up to Link to use his 3 days to reunite two lost lovers; Anju, the Inn Manager, and Kafei, the Mayor's son. In this process, Link will make various others happier.
 Day 1
10:00 AM: Enter the mayor's office's West Wing (On your right) and speak with Madame Aroma. She'll give you Kafei's Mask to help aid her in the search for her missing son.
1:45 - 2:30 PM: Enter the Stock Pot Inn and speak with Anju. She'll ask if you have a reservation. Say yes to get the room key. This key will allow you to enter the Inn before and after hours through the front entrance, and allows access to the reserved room.
You receive: Room Key
2:00 - 7:00 PM: The Postman will come at 2:00 PM to deliver a letter to Anju. She acts strangely toward this delivery, and the postman won't tell her which mailbox it came from. When the postman leaves, put the Kafei's Mask on and speak with Anju. She'll ask you to meet her in the Kitchen at 11:30 PM.
11:30 PM - 5:00AM: Anju will wait for you in the Kitchen until 5:30 AM. Speak with her to learn about her astray fiancée, Kafei. She explains that the letter she received is from him. She asks you to deliver her letter to a mailbox. When you leave the Inn, send the letter to a mailbox.
You receive: Anju's Letter to Kafei
 Day 2
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: During this time go to the Laundry Pool (The entrance to Laundry Pool is in South Clock Town to the right of the guard blocking the southern exit to the swamp). Once you are at Laundry Pool, wait for the postman to deliver the letter and enter the door across the stream. Climb all the stairs and you will find Kafei. He expains that he was Kafei, and that the Skull Kid transformed him into this form. When he went to visit the Great Fairy to cure him, Sakon came and stole his invaluable Sun Mask, the mask he would use during the wedding! He wants you to let Anju know he still loves her, so he gives you the Pendant of Memories to deliver to her.
You receive: Pendant of Memories
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Deliver the pendant to Anju. She'll agree to wait for Kafei. You can also do this on Day 3 from 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
9:30 PM Go to your room and check the cracked section of the wall to hear a conversation between Anju and her mother.
 Day 3
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Go to the Kafei's hideout in Laundry Pool during this time to visit him, but he's gone! The Curiosity Shop Man is there, however. He tells you that Kafei has gone off to get Sakon the Burglar in Ikana Canyon. He then gives you the Special Delivery to Mama and the Keaton's Mask.
NOTE: This will not work if you saved the bomb lady from Sakon's robbery at midnight on the First Day. Doing that changes Sakon's schedule and Kafei will not see him and run after him on the Final Day.
You receive: Special Delivery to Mama; Keaton's Mask.
6:00 PM - 7 PM: Be sure to get to Ikana Canyon early so Sakon doesn't see you. Sakon will enter the hideout, Kafei will run in after him, and you should too. When inside, Kafei will accidentally trip an alarm, and the Sun's Mask will begin to move along the conveyor belt toward an unaccessible vault! Its time for you to play in a mini-dungeon, alternating between Kafei and Link. Kafei must push blocks onto the blue switches while Link fights enemies. Defeat the enemies quickly when playing as Link. When playing as Kafei, push blocks onto blue switches. Yellow switches slow the conveyor belt down but red makes the belt move faster. If you make it in time, Kafei will procure the Sun's Mask! He'll then run off toward town. HOLY COW! IT'S MIDNIGHT! Head back to town quickly!
4:30 AM: Get to the Inn by midnight and wait with Anju in the unlocked Employee's Room on the second floor. At 4:30 AM Kafei will show up. Anju will immediately hug Kafei and the two will fall in love all over again. Even with the impending doom, Anju and Kafei will stay in the inn. To thank you, they give you the Couple's Mask. However, the day is almost over. Use the Song of Time to return to day one or try to challenge Majora in the last minutes.
On Days 1 and 2, go to the office from 3:00 PM to 12:00 AM to play a fun game! Count exactly to 10 seconds to win a Piece of Heart. The Bunny Hood can help you cheat. Your reward is a Piece of Heart. On Day 3, at 6:00 PM, talk with the postman to learn he has no mail to deliver! Give him the Special Delivery to Mama so he delivers it to Madame Aroma. After delivering the letter, he'll wait outside the Milk Bar. Talk to him after he exits Madame Aroma's office to get the Postman's hat. He then runs off toward the fields. Check a Postbox for the first time to find a Piece of Heart.
 Madame Aroma
On Day 3, give Madame Aroma the Special Delivery in the Milk Bar. She gives you Chateau Romani. This milk gives you unlimited magic. It can be used for the final battle against Majora. Hey, its better than buying a 200 rupee bottle full of it.
 Mayor Dotour
In a heartrending event, enter the east wing of the Mayor's Office to encounter a debatable meeting, showing people who want to stay in town and those who want to evacuate. Talk to the mayor wearing the Couple's Mask. He'll realize that his wife is the one who is being affected the most by this dilemma. He decides to end the meeting. He tells the Soldiers and Carpenters that family is the most important, and he says that the meeting is canceled. He thanks you for getting him out of a sticky situation and rewards you with a heart piece.
The Kafei's Mask will help in your search for Kafei. Put on this mask to learn his whereabouts.
The Keaton's Mask will allow you to play the Keaton's Quiz in certain locations
The Postman's Hat will allow you to search mailboxes.
The Couple's Mask will allow grownups to see the bright side of things. It's usually used for weddings and is a symbol of unity.