Shikoku is the ideal destination for adventure in Japan.
Adapted into an English format, haiku, Japan’s short, 17-syllable poetic form, is growing in popularity around the world. Matsuyama in Ehime, Shikoku, brands itself as “The world capital of haiku culture”.
A festival involving traditional and modern dance, Shintō ritual, and pirate history.
The town of Uchiko is known for its streets of well-preserved historic buildings, museums and stylish eateries. In early August, Uchiko holds its Bamboo Festival when the main street is decorated with bamboo poles hung with elaborate decorations.
A Buddhist service for unwanted dolls before they go on their funeral pyre.
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