The Saijō Festival is held from Oct 14 to 16 to give thanks for an abundant autumn harvest.
The first kamikaze pilot to sink an enemy ship was from Saijō in Ehime.
This temple built in 1375 is located in a wooded forest known for its magnificent autumn colours. It’s one of secondary temples of the Shikoku Pilgrimage.
A fascinating city where industry, nature, and tradition make their presence felt.
Mount Ishizuchi is the highest mountain on Shikoku and also the highest mountain in western Japan.
An Edo period temple in Saijō rebuilt by renowned architect Andō Tadao.
The Temple on the Side of the Ridge