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.