You don't need to rush. It seems like he randomly decides to do a sweeping attack and so it's a bit hard to judge when to go in and attack. When the bowman is alone, kill him. Depending on your health and Lightning resistance, three bolts can kill you. Rest at the Shrine then kick down the ladder in front of it. Compared to the last two bosses I found this one to be a bit of a doddle.
A living weapon helps a lot here. You can attack once or twice here bu the recovery from this one seems faster than the normal Dive Attack it doesn't look like it but I've been having trouble safely landing a combo on her after this one. Use low stance of whatever weapon you prefer and dash behind him when he attacks. You'll get the hang of it after some persistence. Her standard attack consists of either a two or three spinning kick strike that has a small radius and will end with Hino-Enma standing upright.
This is your best chance to stagger her to the ground. Use dual Katanas in low stance. You need to avoid the attack and the same is applicable to broken chains. If you attack when you have barely any Ki you risk leaving yourself open and failing another attempt. Try not to let this throw you off — instead, double down on the same strategy of dodging and waiting for your chance to get behind her with occasional sniping rifle or bow shots from the front. Attacks Hino-Enma has two attack phases.
Try to push her health below 25% and then she will be an easy kill. Otherwise he can easily kill you with one combo. It can be easily avoided by dodging at the last second, right after she casts it. When he comes down you are in a good position to attack. Bosses in Nioh are located on this page. Ranged Techniques During the Hino-Enma's aerial phase she is highly vulnerable to projectile weapons and will have her stamina heavily drained if she is hit. Your first instinct may be to use a spear in low stance because of its reach, but if you want to be able to do enough damage to end this fight before Hino-Enma wears you down, you'll need to use something a bit more powerful.
Try to stay just a few meters away from her. You will come up to the next cave. From the Shrine, you can head down the ramp and arrive at a Yokai summoning portal and some distance away, an enemy bowman. Now you need to use ranged weapons like rifle and bow to attack her and finish her off. You had to fight him a few missions earlier and the same strategy still applies.
I was able to easily dodge the rest of those attacks and the ones where she flies in at you. This attack can also be parried. For the first phase, you need to learn the tells of his four moves. Jump on it from the pathway. Best advice is to just be patient, like people are saying she's one of the hardest bosses in the game just due to how low level you are when you face her. I also really like the fight against Okatsu, less so because of the difficulty and more because i enjoyed her movements.
Try to use strong attacks to finish her, or else she can take you down in no time. But when you destroy all eyes he gets up immediately to fight you. . Gallery Take note of the sound, this boss will shout before she does certain moves, like her charge. To dodge these attacks, you want to run underneath her. Haven't seen anything that indicates you couldn't.
Dodge away as soon as he jumps. Parries might also work but I'm not sure. While they are blue he can one-hit you with some powerful projectiles. This boss is having many eyes, so the best way to deal with it is to attack from the backside. When you get a chance, hit her twice, dodge backwards to avoid any retaliation, and resume running.
Make sure you use the Pole Kick, otherwise he starts to block again. When she fails to land her combo, she is open for several hits. Dodge to the left or right after you hear her grunt. But rather than be afraid of this, use it to your advantage. Her attacks will still hurt, but they'll rarely actually paralyze you. After the Wave, you can always close the distance by dodging towards her once and followup with an attack mid of low stance or simply dash and strike.