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Takamatsu is the capital of Kagawa Prefecture, Japan's smallest prefecture

Katsurahama is an attractive beach several kilometers outside of Kochi city center.

Large numbers of people flock to the beach in order to see the famous statue of Sakamoto Ryoma, the local hero who played a role in realizing the Meiji Restoration and who was assassinated at a young age.

Kochi Castle (Kochijo) is one of only about a dozen castles in Japan.

Kochijo was first constructed from 1601 to 1611, but most of its main structures, including the castle tower date from 1748 when they were reconstructed after a large fire. The castle used to be the seat of the Yamauchi lords, who ruled over the surrounding region, then known as Tosa, during the Edo Period.

Shikoku Mura or Shikoku Village is an open air museum which preserves and exhibits traditional buildings from across the island of Shikoku in a pleasant hillside park.

Kotohira is a small city in Kagawa Prefecture which is famous for Kompirasan, Shikoku's most popular shrine.

Matsuyama is Shikoku's largest city and capital of Ehime Prefecture. The city is most famous for Matsuyamajo, a beautiful, original castle and Dogo Hot Springs

 

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