Japan’s first female doctor lived and worked in Unomachi in today’s Seiyo.
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.
Ryutaku-ji is a Buddhist temple in Seiyo, Ehime Prefecture. Founded in 1323, it stands in a large garden.
Mitaki Gorge is a valley carved out of the hills of Shirokawa in Seiyo by a river.
One of the most impressive museums in Shikoku.
The Temple of the Buddha’s Tree