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Shikoku - Japan’s Regional Charm

Tokushima
Awa Odori Dance
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Tokushima
Naruto Uzushio (Whirling Waves)
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Tokushima
Aizome (Indigo Dye)
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Kagawa
Angel Road
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Kagawa
Ohenro (Pilgrimage)
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Kagawa
Sanuki Udon Noodles
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Ehime
Dogo Onsen
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Ehime
Shimanami Kaido (Road)
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Ehime
Towel Museum ICHIHIRO
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Kochi
Shimanto River
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Kochi
Yosakoi Festival
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Kochi
Sawachi Ryori (Traditional Kochi Cuisine)
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Along with Hokkaido, Honshu, and Kyushu, Shikoku is one of the four main islands that make up the Japanese archipelago. The smallest of those islands, it comprises the four prefectures Tokushima Prefecture, Kagawa Prefecture, Ehime Prefecture, and Kochi Prefecture. Local specialty products such as mandarins and olives thrive in the temperate climate that extends throughout Shikoku.

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