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.
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.
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.
All Japanese prefecture name is based on Kanji(Chinese letter). Knowing the translated meaning of Kanji, you may learn more about Japan landscape atmosphere!
*All photographs are taken at each prefecture in real.