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.
Kochi is located at the south of the Shikoku region and faces the big beautiful Pacific Ocean. It offers all sorts of natural beauties from roaring mountains to a beautiful clear river. It is also the birthplace of many famous figures in Japan. Kochi is definitely one of the many places in Japan where you’ll get to appreciate nature and history.