The Shoin Treasure House in the mountainside precincts of Konpira Shrine features beautifully painted sliding doors.
Zentsūji is a town with a strange mixture of Buddhist and military history. It’s the birthplace of Kūkai and Enchin.
A dramatic, flat-topped mountain island bordering Takamatsu on its east side, Yashima is named the “roof island”, after its characteristic shape.
This long, sandy beach on the Seto Inland Sea, is about an hour from central Takamatsu. It has full beach facilities. Various sea kayak tours are available.
Capital of Kagawa Prefecture, Takamatsu is best known for Ritsurin Garden, one of the most beautiful traditional gardens in Japan.
The second largest island in the Seto Inland Sea, Shōdo Island is known for its olives.
An attractive outdoor museum of traditional buildings from around Shikoku.
Shikoku’s new aquarium showcasing the marine and river life of the island.
Evocative exhibits related to the Inland Sea and its maritime culture.
City from where the Seto Bridge crosses the Seto Inland Sea to Kurashiki in Okayama Prefecture, home to the distinctively-shaped Mt. Iino.