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Shikoku Onsen

Shikoku Onsen

If you’re keen to experience the joy of hot-spring bathing in Shikoku, let us know and we’ll be sure to include some onsen opportunities in your itinerary.

Indigo Crafts

Indigo Crafts

Shikoku is home to many traditional crafts, and one of the most prominent is indigo dyeing, a once-thriving industry that has its roots in Wakimachi, Tokushima.

The Doburoku Guesthouse Kurousagi

The Doburoku Guesthouse Kurousagi

While the ranks of sake-lovers around the world are growing, few people yet know much about doburoku, the raw and rustic progenitor of today’s refined sake. Doburoku Guesthouse Kurousagi in rural Kochi is the ideal place to experience it.

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.

Aji Gekijo Chika

Aji Gekijo Chika

Kochi Prefecture is known for its quality sake and its fine food. It’s a great place to visit an izakaya.

Oku-Iya Kominka

Oku-Iya Kominka

Many visitors to Shikoku are keen to stay in kominka, the traditional farmhouses and townhouses of Japan. Kōya is a charming and peaceful farmhouse in Oku-Iya, Tokushima.

Kōchi Top Ten

Kōchi Top Ten

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

Anan, Tokushima

Anan, Tokushima

Anan is a small city in Tokushima Prefecture. It’s the easternmost point of Shikoku.

Wasanbon

Wasanbon

Wasanbon is a fine-grained Japanese sugar, traditionally made in Tokushima and Kagawa. The sugar is often used for Japanese sweets (wagashi).