The Muroto Peninsula forms the southwestern part of Shikoku, where the island comes to a sharp point.
An eclectic collection of pilgrimage-related exhibits in a remarkable traditional building.
The town of Kiragawa is one of the jewels of Muroto. Its streets are lined with houses built in the Meiji and Taisho periods, around the turn of the last century.
Kūkai Kūkai was a Buddhist monk, born in Shikoku, known for founding the Shingon sect and the…
The Vajra Peak Temple
Caves where the young Kūkai, founder of the Shikoku Pilgrimage, made a rough home.
The Temple of the Cape