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.

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Kagawa Prefecture

1

Naoshima

Small island with a lot of modern art.

88
100
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Visited by
207 users
2

Kotohira

Site of Shikoku's most popular shrine.

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131
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Visited by
325 users
3

Takamatsu

Capital of Kagawa Prefecture.

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286
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Visited by
699 users
4

Shodoshima

Island in the Seto Inland Sea know for olives.

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66
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Visited by
168 users
5

Marugame

Port city in Kagawa, known for its castle.

75
29
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Visited by
91 users

Ehime Prefecture

1

Matsuyama

Largest city of Shikoku with a beautiful castle.

80
302
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Visited by
672 users
2

Uchiko

Countryside town formerly known for its wax.

78
38
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Visited by
88 users
3

Ozu

Small city with nice castle, old town and villa.

67
12
votes
Visited by
24 users
4

Uwajima

Secluded port town with original castle.

68
20
votes
Visited by
46 users

Kochi Prefecture

1

Kochi

Nice city with a southern flair.

78
250
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Visited by
617 users

Tokushima Prefecture

1

Iya Valley

Remote valley in the center of Shikoku.

84
43
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Visited by
90 users
2

Naruto

City well known for its whirlpools.

73
148
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Visited by
366 users
3

Tokushima

A city best known for its dance festival.

71
157
votes
Visited by
396 users

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