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 10

Naoshima 6

Matsuyama 6

Tokushima 5

Uchiko 4

Takamatsu 4

Shimanami Kaido 3

Uwajima 2

Iya Valley and Oboke-Koboke Gorges 2

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Museum/ Gallery 17

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 4

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007 Museum

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In contrast to the serious contemporary art elsewhere on the island, this hole-in-the-wall museum exhibits James Bond paraphernalia collected...

Art House Project

  • Museum Village

The artists of the Art House Project have transformed seven structures or sites in the Honmura district that were abandoned as islanders...

Awa Odori Kaikan

  • Museum/Gallery

If you miss summer's Awa Odori dance, festival you can still get a dose at this museum and theater. Odori means "dance," and silk-robed...

Awa Washi Dento

  • Museum/Gallery

Trek out to this paper museum also known as Washi Kaikan to make your own postcards and browse the phenomenal gift shop, which stocks...

Benesse House Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Site-specific installations can be seen from the road leading to this top-class contemporary art museum. Inside, full-length windows...

Botchan Sutajiamu

  • Sports Venue

For an affordable taste of Japan's baseball mania, take in a game of Ehime's minor-league baseball team, the Mandarin Pirates. Even more...

Chichu Bijutsukan

  • Museum/Gallery

Chichu means "inside the earth," and this museum built into a hillside overlooking Naoshima's south coast lives up to its name. Designed...

Chiiori House

  • Building/Architectural Site

Alex Kerr, an American artist and writer, stumbled across this dilapidated traditional farmhouse in the 1970s while traveling in Iya.


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Buddhist pilgrims had been communing with nature in the garden of this austere mountaintop temple long before the giant ferns moved in...

Dogo Onsen

  • Bath/Hot Spring

Tell people you're heading to Matsuyama, and Dogo Onsen will be the first place they recommend. These hot springs have been the city's...


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