The great Yoshino River rises in Kōchi and flows into the sea in Tokushima city.
A village in Iya with a historic past and agricultural present.
One the most scenic of lya’s mountainside villages, with many restored traditional thatched roof houses.
Goblins and ghosts, collectively called ‘yokai’ from the Oboke-Koboke region folklore.
The Iya Valley is known for its dramatic mountain valleys, suspension bridges made of vines, and scenic onsen.
A museum in an Edo-period home associated with the Taira Clan, also known as the Heike.