Shikoku Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Shikoku - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Kochi 12

Naoshima 6

Matsuyama 6

Tokushima 6

Uchiko 4

Takamatsu 4

Shimanami Kaido 2

Uwajima 2

Iya Valley and Oboke-Koboke Gorges 2

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Ritsurin-koen

  • Garden/Arboretum

Built by a feudal lord in the 17th century, this garden became public property after the 19th-century Meiji Restoration and is now a...

Sakamoto Ryoma Kinenkan

  • Museum/Gallery

During the turbulent times before the Meiji Restoration, Sakamoto Ryoma was a radical and a revolutionary. The political changes he instigated...

Sekkei-ji

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This Rinzai Zen temple dates from the 9th century. Its patron deity is Yakushi Nyorai, the Buddha of medicine and healing. ...

Shikoku Mura

  • Museum/Gallery

In the Yashima district east of central Takamatsu, this open-air museum consists of traditional houses that have been relocated from...

Shimanami Kaido

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

By far the most scenic way to travel between Shikoku and western Honshu is the Shimanami Sea Road. This series of 10 long bridges connects...

Taga Jinja

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The town's infamous sex museum is at this Shinto fertility shrine not far from the train station. You can tell you've arrived—no, that's...

Togyu Bullfighting

  • Sports Venue

These bullfights date back to the 18th century, and if you can make it during one of the five annual tournaments, you'll have a great...

Uchiko-za

  • Arts/Performance Venue

This wooden theater opened its doors in 1916, when the city was flush with cash. It has been putting on traditional Kabuki and Bunraku...

Yokoyama Ryuichi Kinen Manga Kan

  • Museum/Gallery

The playful, modern museum celebrates the life and work of Japan's first great cartoonist, hometown boy Ryuichi Yokoyama. His most popular...

Zenjibu-ji

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This Shingon Buddhist temple was founded in the 8th century. Also called Mine-ji, it's devoted to Kannon, the Buddha of mercy and compassion.

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