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.
Take a cruise in a fast motor boat and experience the maelstrom of the Kurushima Strait.
One of the most historically significant shrines in Japan. Located on Ōmishima Island along the Shimanami Kaidō.
Mount Ishizuchi is the highest mountain on Shikoku and also the highest mountain in western Japan.
The UFO Line is a road that runs on the border between Kochi and Ehime prefectures on the Kochi side. It runs for 27 km and offers spectacular views of Mt. Ishizuchi and the summits of Higashikuromori and Nishikuromori.
The wide rivers of Kochi rise quickly after heavy rain, and to cope with this phenomenon, these interesting bridges are built without parapets or railings.
The Niyodo River is one of the three major rivers of Shikoku. It rises in the mountains of central Shikoku, running southeastward through Kōchi and flowing into the Pacific at Tosa city.
Fruity yet dry sake from ‘the spring that never dries up’
Temple of the Green Dragon