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Shikoku 

Shikoku is an oft-forgotten island in Japan. The smallest of Japan's Big Four, it lies to the south of Honshu. The island is thought of as a rural backwater, with few must-see attractions, but a visit there can wash away those doubts; the mountainous inner regions offer some good hiking.
Shikoku Hotels
Search for hotels in Matsuyama, Takamatsu, Saijo and Naoshima.
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Matsuyama, meaning "pine mountain", is the homely capital of Ehime prefecture. Quite provincial yet hospitable to travelers, and …
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Takamatsu is the largest city in Kagawa Prefecture on the island of Shikoku, Japan.
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Saijō, also known as Iyo-Saijō, is in Ehime prefecture, Shikoku island, Japan. Saijō is a medium-sized city Ehime Prefecture, known throughout Shikoku for its fresh spring water, its massive autumn festivals, and as the gateway to Mt.
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Tokushima prefecture is on the eastern side of the Japanese island of Shikoku. Tokushima was formerly known as the province of Awa.
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Ehime prefecture is on the Japanese island of Shikoku. Ehime was formerly known as Iyo. Take a bus from Matsuyama
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Kagawa prefecture is on the Japanese island of Shikoku. Kagawa was formerly known as the province of Sanuki.
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Kochi prefecture is on the Japanese island of Shikoku. Kochi was formerly known as Tosa.
88 Temple Pilgrimage
The 88 Temple Pilgrimage is Japan's most famous pilgrimage route, a 1200 km loop around the island of Shikoku.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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