Kondō Brewery, the only sake brewer in Niihama, is the epitome of local production for local consumption.
A friendly, family-run brewery in the pottery town of Tobe.
A Meiji-period brewery set among bucolic rice fields.
One of the two restaurants owned by the Minakuchi Brewery in Dōgo, Matsuyama.
Kuramotoya is a sake bar in central Matsuyama specializing in the local sake of Ehime.
A modern brewery in Uchiko, that likes to try new things.
Zuiō-ji is a Zen temple and monastery located on a forested hillside in Niihama.
Yawatahama is a port town in the lee of Japan’s longest peninsula, the Sadamisaki Peninsula that extends out of the western side of Shikoku, into the sea known as Uwakai.
Zenpuku-ji is a beautiful Zen temple, better known by its alias Yamada Yakushi.
Warei Shrine is one of Shikoku’s Grand Shrines,it has a massive, 12 m stone torii and is the location of the Warei Grand Festival held on July 23 and 24 every year.