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Related POI – The Capes Of Shikoku

Nakahama Manjirō

Nakahama Manjirō

Nakahama Manjirō, one of the first Japanese to visit America, played an important role in the opening of Japan.

Shimanami Kaidō

Shimanami Kaidō

The Shimanami Kaidō is a chain of islands across the Seto Inland Sea, joined by a series of bridges which carry an expressway and cycle paths.

Yashima

Yashima

A dramatic, flat-topped mountain island bordering Takamatsu on its east side, Yashima is named the “roof island”, after its characteristic shape.

Tojindaba Rock Formation

Tojindaba Rock Formation

Tojindaba is the site of a prehistoric stone circle and a fascinating rock formation overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

Muroto Peninsula

Muroto Peninsula

The Muroto Peninsula forms the southwestern part of Shikoku, where the island comes to a sharp point.

Kuroshio

Kuroshio

A beach area popular with locals for camping and water sports in the summer months.

Cape Ashizuri

Cape Ashizuri

The southernmost point of Shikoku, at the tip of a peninsula projecting into the vast Pacific Ocean.

En no Gyōja

En no Gyōja

En no Gyōja En no Gyōja was an ascetic and mystic, and the founder of Shugendō, a…

Kūkai

Kūkai

Kūkai Kūkai was a Buddhist monk, born in Shikoku, known for founding the Shingon sect and the…