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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.

Wasanbon

Wasanbon

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

Power spots in Shikoku

Power spots in Shikoku

As home to the Shikoku Pilgrimage, one of the few circular pilgrimages in the world, the island of Shikoku is itself one big power spot, but this aside, there are many individual sites on Shikoku that are known as power spots.

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.

Shikoku Castles

Shikoku Castles

Out of the twelve surviving castles from the Edo period, four of them are located in Shikoku – Marugame, Matsuyama, Uwajima and Kochi. Shikoku also has many castle ruins, as well as restored castles.

Shikoku Sake

Shikoku Sake

Here we consider the characteristics that make Shikoku the ideal destination if you want to enjoy some sake on your travels in Japan.

Shikoku Accommodation

Shikoku Accommodation

Shikoku has an amazing variety of accommodation, and here we’ll look at everything from guesthouses and pilgrim’s lodgings to high-end ryokan.

A Guide to Shikoku Cuisine

A Guide to Shikoku Cuisine

Shikoku is truly a foodie heaven. It’s one of the best places to eat in Japan. The four prefectures offer a wealth of delicious eating choices.