Zenpuku-ji is a beautiful Zen temple, better known by its alias Yamada Yakushi.
Uwa Rice Museum Exhibits concerning Japan’s staple food housed in an atmospheric old school building.
A remarkably eclectic collection of items illuminating the rich daily life of the region.
A network of old streets in the heart of Seiyo, dating from the Edo Period and later.
Ryutaku-ji is a Buddhist temple in Seiyo, Ehime Prefecture. Founded in 1323, it stands in a large garden.
Offers a fascinating insight into the luxury business that springs from an insect.
Built in 1882 in the Meiji period, this is one of the oldest primary school buildings in western Japan.
One of the most impressive museums in Shikoku.
This little limestone cave was once inhabited by prehistoric people. Today it’s home to a legion of horseshoe bats.
This attractive sandy beach on the Uwakai Sea is surrounded by mountains. The views up and down the coast, and across the sea to Kyushu are spectacular.