The Tatara Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge on the Shimanami Kaido between Omishima Island in Ehime and Ikuchi Island in Hiroshima Prefecture.
This rather old-fashioned museum in Dogo has many exhibits that illuminate the life of one of Japan’s major haiku poets.
This museum by renowned architect Ando Tadao houses attractive historical exhibits, and offers fine views of Bansuiso Villa.
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.
A world-famous ‘art island’ with a history going back to the Heian period.
Hike an imposing mountain from Konpira Shrine to Zentsu-ji Temple.
One of the three most extensive limestone cave complexes in Japan.
Built on the ruins of Okō Castle, this museum has many exhibits related to the Chōsokabe clan.
Museum dedicated to Kōchi and its history.