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.

Top destinations in Shikoku

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Kotohira

Site of Shikoku's most popular shrine.
3.6 / 5
355
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Shodoshima

Island in the Seto Inland Sea know for olives.
3.6 / 5
192
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Marugame

Port city in Kagawa, known for its castle.
3.2 / 5
116
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Matsuyama

Largest city of Shikoku with a beautiful castle.
3.7 / 5
735
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Uchiko

Countryside town formerly known for its wax.
3.5 / 5
108
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Ozu

Small city with nice castle, old town and villa.
2.9 / 5
40
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Uwajima

Secluded port town with original castle.
3.2 / 5
68
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Kochi

Nice city with a southern flair.
3.6 / 5
673
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Iya Valley

Remote valley in the center of Shikoku.
4.1 / 5
113
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Naruto

City well known for its whirlpools.
3.3 / 5
400
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Tokushima

A city best known for its dance festival.
3.1 / 5
423

Hotels around Shikoku

Page last updated: June 7, 2014