Shikoku

Shikoku

Best Places To Visit in Shikoku Region – Complete Guide to Shikoku!

In this article we will cover the best things to do in four prefectures that together form Shikoku region, Japan's smallest main island.
Shikoku

How to Spend the Day on Shodoshima Island

Shodoshima is a beautiful island that is located in the Seto Inland Sea. Here is the perfect guide to a day trip to Shodoshima including the best things to do!
Shikoku

Complete Guide to Naoshima – Japan’s Art Island

Naoshima is an art island located in the Seto Inland Sea in Japan. It has been gotten more attentions lately due to the beautiful sea and a number of modern museums and galleries. Becoming a new center of the contemporary art, there are more visitors coming to the island from all over the world! In this article, we will share things to do in Naoshima focusing on art museums which will touch your heart!
Shikoku

10 Best Places to Visit in Kochi

Kochi is worth visiting for its beautiful surroundings of nature. Since 84 % of the land of Kochi is forest, you can spend relaxing time in a rural part of Japan.
Shikoku

Best Places to Visit in Tokushima

Tokushima is prefecture in Shikoku region, undiscovered by the large tourist crowds. Here we will list the best places to visit and experiences to have in Tokushima!
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10 Best Places to Visit in Kagawa

Kagawa is a tiny prefecture that is located in Shikoku in Japan but there are many places to discover. Here're the best tourist spots in "udon prefecture"!
Shikoku

The Best Places to Visit in Ehime

Ehime (愛媛県, Ehime-ken) a prefecture is located in the northwest part of the island of Shikoku. Several smaller islands in the Seto Inland Sea also belong to the Ehime Prefecture. The prefectural capital is Matsuyama, best known for Dogo Onsen, one of Japan's oldest onsen resorts that also served as an inspiration for the Ghibli movie Spirited Away. Ehime prefecture is also referred to as the Land of the Mikans (oranges), blessed with warm and sunny weather all throughout the year, the area is a paradise for citrus fruits! Besides the juicy, sweet mikan, Ehime is known for its castles, onsen resort, the world’s longest suspension bridge, historical shrines and temples, and several spots for scenic views. Here we introduce you to the best places to visit in Ehime.
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