The largest city in Shikoku, Matsuyama has maintained its vitality and cultural traditions across the centuries.
A dramatic, flat-topped mountain island bordering Takamatsu on its east side, Yashima is named the “roof island”, after its characteristic shape.
Dating back to 1625, Ritsurin Garden is one of the three most renowned gardens in Japan.
A small fishing town and market that captures the essence of Kōchi.
Beach is located about 30 km south of Kochi City on the picturesque Tosa Bay.
The Ino Paper Museum has exhibitions, a workshop, and a shop with a surprising range of beautiful paper articles.
Famous tidal whirlpools in the Naruto Strait, a channel between Naruto in Tokushima and Awaji Island.
The Iya Valley is known for its dramatic mountain valleys, suspension bridges made of vines, and scenic onsen.
The Bamboo Forest Temple