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Kashima Festival

Kashima Festival

A festival involving traditional and modern dance, Shintō ritual, and pirate history.

Tokushima Top Ten

Tokushima 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 Tokushima, the capital of Tokushima Prefecture.

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.

The Uchiko Lantern Festival

The Uchiko Lantern Festival

The town of Uchiko, known for its streets of well-preserved historic buildings, museums and stylish eateries, holds a Lantern Festival each year in mid-September.

Hata, Kōchi

Hata, Kōchi

The Hata area is in the southwestern part of Kochi; here the mighty Shimanto River ends its loop and flows into the Pacific Ocean in Shimanto city.

Nagoro, the Village of Dolls

Nagoro, the Village of Dolls

The little village of Nagoro, deep in the valleys of Tokushima Prefecture is known around the world as the Village of the Dolls. As the population of Nagoro declined precipitately, Tsukimi Ayano started to replace the people who left or died with life-sized replicas made of straw and old clothes.

Kimono Experience in Dōgo

Kimono Experience in Dōgo

Dress in an antique kimono of your choice, complete with the necessary footwear and all the accessories and tour Dōgo and Matsuyama, drawing admiring looks wherever you go. Traditional cosplay is a great way to enhance your experience of this historic city!

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.

Jon DeHart Interview

Jon DeHart Interview

We interview travel writer Jonathan DeHart about his visit to Shikoku while researching his new guide, Moon Japan.