Shinto shrine noted for its Sanroden, or private prayer hall, dedicated to Sukunahikona, a dwarf deity associated with the creation of Japan.
A Zen temple, built in 1670, standing in beautiful, mossy grounds, with trees that bear a different expression in each season.
River flowing across bucolic landscape and towns in Ehime Prefecture
An elaborate “mountain hermitage” created by a wealthy trader in the Meiji Period
Aoshima is a small island off the coast of Ōzu in Ehime, home to hundreds of cats.