Kochi prefecture, located in the southeast of Japan, has nature, food, history and culture, which you can enjoy yourself on your trip to Japan. Some recommended souvenirs are also introduced. Hope you enjoy!
Beauty of a breathtaking landscape is often hard to express in words. But when you experience it, you know the emotion will be etched in your memory forever. Here we will introduce 20 of the best places in Japan, each of them promises you a special experience to remember.
If you want to experience art by contemporary Japanese artists like Yayoi Kusama and Shinro Ohtake, you must make your way to Naoshima! This hot-topic island is visited every year not just by foreign tourists but from people from all over Japan.
Ehime is located in the north western part of the Shikoku region. Part of it faces the beautiful blue Seto Inland Sea. There are many historical sites here from hot springs and castles built in the Edo period to archaeological sites!
Kagawa is located at the northern east part of the Shikoku region and it opens out to the Seto Inland Sea. Kagawa is where you will be able to find the Great Seto Bridge that links the Chugoku region with the Shikoku region. Here you will not only get to fill your tummy with yummy udon as this prefecture is known as udon heaven, but you’ll get your fill of historical places that are truly worth visiting.
Shikoku is famous for its temple pilgrimage route but besides that there are some local delights here that you shouldn’t miss if you ever have the chance to visit this region. Hence, this article is all about the best 14 yummy delights that you can find in the Shikoku region.
The Naoshima island in the Inland Sea is famous as the island of art. As a matter of fact, you enter the world of modern art as soon as you drop off the ferry and will find that nature and artworks coexists all around the island.
Among all the art spots all around Japan, the one getting the most attention right now is the Seto Inland Sea. Even without mentioning the international arts festival they hold once every three years, it’s a place where you can enjoy lots of modern art. It’s a must-see spot if you want to experience the beauty of Japanese islands.
Japan is made up of many islands, with the four major ones being Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Kyushu. The area called Shikoku is an island that is 18,300 km sq. Here is a careful selection of Shikoku’s most attractive features.
There is the ancient Japanese saying which goes like this: “It’s a fool who dances and a fool who watches! If both are fools, you might as well have fun dancing!” This saying described it well, and that’s why Awa-Odori Folk Dance Festival in Tokushima is attracting more than 1 million visitors yearly.