Shikoku

Shikoku

Shikoku (四国, literally "four countries") is Japan's fourth largest island, southwest of Japan's main island Honshu. True to its name, Shikoku is divided into four prefectures.

What To See

Kagawa Prefecture

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Naoshima

Small island with a lot of modern art.

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Kotohira

Site of Shikoku's most popular shrine.

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Takamatsu

Capital of Kagawa Prefecture.

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Shodoshima

Island in the Seto Inland Sea know for olives.

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Marugame

Port city in Kagawa, known for its castle.

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Ehime Prefecture

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Uchiko

Countryside town formerly known for its wax.

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Matsuyama

Largest city of Shikoku with a beautiful castle.

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Ozu

Small city with nice castle, old town and villa.

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Uwajima

Secluded port town with original castle.

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Kochi Prefecture

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Kochi

Nice city with a southern flair.

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Tokushima Prefecture

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Iya Valley

Remote valley in the center of Shikoku.

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Naruto

City well known for its whirlpools.

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Tokushima

A city best known for its dance festival.

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Last updated: June 7, 2014
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