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A Ship Launch on the Shimanami

A Ship Launch on the Shimanami

Uwajima-Unyu Ferries offers one of the major links to Shikoku with its ferry service between Kyushu, and Shikoku. On September 7, Uwajima-Unyu Ferries will launch a new ferry at a shipyard on Ikuchijima, one of the islands of the Shimanami Kaido. Shikoku Tours is offering a tour to see this exclusive ceremony.

Matsuyama Top Ten

Matsuyama Top Ten

In this series of articles, we look at the top ten places in the four main cities of Shikoku – Matsuyama, Kochi, Tokushima and Takamatsu. Here we look at Matsuyama, the capital of Ehime Prefecture, and the largest city on Shikoku.

All Shikoku Rail Pass vs. Japan Rail Pass

All Shikoku Rail Pass vs. Japan Rail Pass

The all Shikoku Rail Pass and the Japan Rail Pass offer steeply discounted rail travel in Japan and Shikoku. But to understand this question better, you need to know something about transportation in Shikoku. Here we break it down for you, and help you to consider the options.

Takamatsu Top Ten

Takamatsu Top Ten

In this series of articles, we look at the top ten places in the four main cities of Shikoku. Here we look at Takamatsu, the capital of Kagawa Prefecture.

Sailing to Shikoku on the Orange Ferry

Sailing to Shikoku on the Orange Ferry

The Orange Ferry from Osaka is an especially comfortable way to get to Shikoku. Taking a cabin saves you the cost of a night’s accommodation, and offers a relaxing way to reach your destination.

Shimanami Kaido Tours

Shimanami Kaido Tours

Shimanami Kaido Tours The Shimanami Kaido is a chain of islands across the Seto Inland Sea, joined…

Iyonada Monogatari Tourism Train

Iyonada Monogatari Tourism Train

The Iyonada Monogatari is a luxury tourism train taking you on a stylish journey through the coastal and mountain region of western Shikoku known as Iyonada.

What to do in Dōgo

What to do in Dōgo

Dōgo is a part of Matsuyama, known for Dōgo Onsen, which is said to be the hot spring with the longest history of use by humans in Japan.