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Travel to Tokushima by the previous day of your journey.

Take a 28-minute train ride from JR Tokushima station to JR Bando station.

12-minute walk

Ryozen-ji Temple

“Ohenro (the Shikoku pilgrimage)” is a pilgrimage to 88 temples following the achievement of Kobo Daishi, the famous monk known as “Kukai” who founded Shingon Buddhism at Mount Koya. This tradition dates back more than 1,000 years and many people visit for his blessings. Ryozen-ji Temple is always filled with crowds of visitors, as it is the first temple along the pilgrimage.
Enjoy walking along stone lanterns and old buildings from here to the second temple, Gokuraku-ji.

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126 Oasa-chobando tsukahana Naruto-city, Tokushima
Telephone
088-689-1111
Website
https://discovertokushima.net/en/culture/shrines_temples/ryozenji-temple/

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columnA shop selling all the pilgrim’s gear

The shop at Ryozen-ji Temple offers all the pilgrim’s gear. Their reasonably priced stamp book is a perfect souvenir for your memory. You can collect stamps while visiting and listening a sutra at any of the 88 temples (about 300yen each).

90-minute walk

Take a 42-minute JR train ride from Itano station to Naruto station.

Tokushima Ramen

Tokushima Ramen is a local specialty of egg noodle in soy sauce and pork bone broth, topped with marinated braised pork belly, spring onion and fresh raw egg. The locals like to have this noodle dish with a bowl of white rice.
“Tokushima Don”, a bowl of rice topped with sweet and spicy pork belly is another specialty.

10-minute taxi ride

Naruto Whirlpools

The Naruto Whirlpools in the Naruto Strait, a channel between Shikoku and Awaji Islands, is considered as one of the three fastest tidal currents in the world. The strait is only 1.3km wide and the whirlpools appear twice a day. In this Japan’s fastest current, some whirlpools reach up to 20m in diameter. Get an exciting close view from a sightseeing boat or take a thrilling walk on “Uzu no Michi”, the promenade with glass floors under the Ohnaruto Bridge!

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Uzunomichi, the promenade under Ohnaruto Bridge: Naruto-machi Park Naruto-cho Naruto-city, Tokushima
Telephone
088-683-6262
Opening Times
9am - 6pm (Depending on the season)
Prices
Promenade under Ohnaruto Bridge: admission fee 510 yen
Website
https://www.uzunomichi.jp/ (Japanese only)

5-minute taxi ride

Aizome (Indigo Dyeing)

Aizome means natural indigo dyeing. The deep blue colour known as “Japan blue” had been close to Japanese traditional lifestyle and still can be seen in Yukata and handkerchiefs. Tokushima is well known for the production of Aizome. Come and see the process with over 400 years of traditional techniques at Aizome Kobo “Fuu” studio in Tokushima.

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Aizome Kobo “Fuu” studio: 15-5 Fukuchi, Tosadomariura, Naruto-cho, Naruto-shi, Tokushima
Telephone
088-687-0098
Opening Times
Please contact the studio.

10-minute taxi ride

Take a 42-minute JR train ride from Naruto station to Tokushima station.

10-minute walk

Awaodori Kaikan

Awaodori is the most famous Bon dance in Japan. Bon dances are performed all over the country during the summer Obon festivals to celebrate the spirits of ancestors. Awaodori Kaikan offers Bon dance experience throughout the year. Enjoy seeing or taking part in this performing art with music played on the traditional Japanese instruments!

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2-20 Shinmachibashi Tokushima, Tokushima
Telephone
088‐611‐1611
Opening Times
Day time stage: 11am- (Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays), 2pm-, 3pm-, 4pm-(Everyday) Night-time stage: 8pm to 8:50pm (Everyday)
Closures
Closed from 28 December to 1 January, the second Wednesday of February, June and October
Prices
Museum 300yen
Daytime stage 800yen
Night-time stage 1,000yen
Website
http://www.awaodori-kaikan.jp/

Overnight stay in Tokushima city

Route Map for Day 2

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Take a 68-minute JR train ride from Tokushima station to Takamatsu station.

3-minute walk

Take a 60-minute ferry ride from Takamatsu port to Tonosho port.

25-minute taxi ride

The Shodoshima Pilgrimage

The Shodoshima Pilgrimage is the route that the famous monk Kukai took on the way from his hometown Sanuki (Kagawa) to Kyoto. Relax in a tranquil temple on the mountainside. “Bukkokuzan”, No.41 of the temples along the pilgrimage has a perfect view of the popular blessing location “Angel Road”.

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Bukkokuzan Temple: 263-2 Kamo, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa

20-minute taxi ride

Angel Road

Angel Road is a sandy promenade that appears at low tide twice a day. This romantic promenade is well known as a sacred place for lovers and it is believed that an angel will come down to make your wish come true if you walk across the sandbar hand in hand with your loved one. The two of you can ring a blessing bell at the nearby “Yakusoku-no-Oka” observatory looking out over the Angel Road.

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Yoshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa
Telephone
0879-62-7004
Website
http://shodoshima.or.jp/ml/archives/326

25-minute taxi ride

Hishio no Sato

With a 400-year history of soy sauce production, Shodoshima has a district known as “Hishio no Sato” lined with soy sauce and Tsukudani factories. Tsukudani is a small dish of seafood or seaweed cooked in soy sauce and sugar. Its strong sweet and salty flavour is a tasty condiment for white rice. “Hishio Don” is a local specialty made of fresh local seafood, vegetables and soy sauce. Don’t miss sampling a popular range of “Soy Sauce Sweets” such as “soy sauce soft-served ice cream” and “ soy sauce cream caramel”!

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1032-1 Umaki, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa (Shodoshima-cho Commerce and Industry Association)
Telephone
0879-82-1011
Website
http://shodoshima.or.jp/ml/archives/321

5-minute taxi ride

Take a 60-minute ferry ride from Kusakabe port to Takamatsu port.

Honetsukidori (Chicken-on-the-bone)

Marugame city in Kagawa is the birthplace of this dish, roast chicken leg on the bone. The crispy skin and juicy meat seasoned with aromatic garlic and spices go so well with beer! You can choose between a firm mature chicken known as “Oya” or a tender young chicken known as “Waka”. If you are first-timers, “Waka” is recommended. The dish can be seen in many bars and restaurants in Kagawa and take-away is also available. Try it once, and you’ll be addicted!

Overnight stay in Takamatsu city

Route Map for Day 3

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Take a 5-minute JR train ride from Takamatsu station to Ritsurin-Koen-Kitaguchi station.

Ritsurin Garden

Ritsurin Garden is a historical Japanese garden built in the 1600s. The 75 hectares of massive garden offers seasonal beauty and enchantment throughout the year. Have a bowl of matcha at an on-site teahouse or try a bowl of rice porridge for breakfast while enjoying the view of the garden at the restaurant “Hanazono-tei” (Served between 7am to 10am. Prior booking required). Another way to enjoy the view is a Japanese-style boat ride on the pond as feudal lords used to do. The garden has a three-star rating in the Michelin Green Guide Japan.

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1-20-16 Ritsurin-cho Takamatsu, Kagawa
Telephone
087-833-7411
Opening Times
Open sunrise to sunset, and at night when there are concerts or special events
Prices
Admission fee; 410 yen
Website
https://www.my-kagawa.jp/en/ritsurin/

Take a 5-minute JR train ride from Ritsurin-Koen-Kitaguchi station to Takamatsu station.

Take a 40-minute JR train ride from Takamatsu station to Zentsu-ji station.

5-minute taxi ride

Zentsu-ji Temple

Zentsu-ji is No.75 of the 88 temples of the Shikoku pilgrimage and known as the birthplace of the famous monk Kukai (Kobo Daishi). The spacious 45,000 square metres precincts are tranquil and peaceful. You can see one of very few Japanese five-story wooden pagodas and an over 1,000-year-old camphor tree. Many people visit here as a sacred place.

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3-3-1 Zentsuji-cho Zentsuji-city, Kagawa
Telephone
0877-62-0111
Opening Times
7am - 5pm (Treasure museum: 8am - 5pm ※Please come before 4:30pm. Charm house: 9am - 4pm)
Prices
No admission fee is required.
Admission fee for treasure museum: Adults 500 yen
Website
http://www.zentsuji.com/english/

5-minute taxi ride

Take a 4-minute JR train ride from Zentsu-ji station to Kotohira station.

15-minute walk

Kotohira-gu(Konpira)Shrine

Kotohira-gu is the Shinto shrine complex known as Konpira-san, dedicated to the guardian god of seafarers. The renowned long front approach consists of 785 stone steps to the main shrine, and 1,368 steps in total to the inner shrine. Climbing and descending along these steps takes 3 hours, but the sense of achievement is beyond words! Enjoy wandering around the approach to the shrine with the side-street souvenir shops and Udon noodle eateries!

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892-1 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
Telephone
0877-75-2121
Website
http://www.konpira.or.jp/ (Japanese only)

Overnight stay at Konpira Hot Springs

Route Map for Day 4

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Sanuki Udon noodle-making

“Sanuki Udon” has many fans all over Japan for its chewy and smooth noodles. Try your hand at making Sanuki Udon noodles at Nakano Udon School. Friendly staff will teach you every step in the Udon noodle-making process. You can experience unique steps only for Sanuki Udon and have your own freshly made noodles cooked and taste there with side dishes such as Tempra or Chirashizushi.

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Address
796 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
Telephone
0877-75-0001
Opening Times
Udon making classes 9am - 3pm
*Shop open 8:30am - 6pm
*Reservations by the day before your visit are required (min 2 people).
Prices
1,620 yen per person (groups of 2-14 people)
1,400 yen per person (groups of 15-500 people)
Website
https://www.my-kagawa.jp/en/experience/experience01

15-minute walk

Take a 42-minute JR train ride from Kotohira station to Oboke station.

3-minute taxi ride

Obokekyo Canyon Pleasure Boat

A sightseeing boat will take you to famous spots designated as natural monuments. A 30-minute boat ride provides the views of uniquely shaped rock formations as if you were looking up from the bottom of the river. Early summer verdant greens and autumn colours are equally breathtaking. The red leaves and the emerald green river create a picturesque, serene landscape. The reception desk is next to the Obokekyo Mannaka Restaurant. The minimum passenger count for the boat ride is 1.

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1520 Yamashirochonishiu Miyoshi-city, Tokushima
Telephone
0883-84-1211
Opening Times
9am - 5pm
*Boat rides are subject to cancellation due to bad weather conditions.
Prices
Adults 1050 yen
Website
http://www.mannaka.co.jp/restaurant/excursionship/excursionship.html (Japanese only)

30-minute taxi ride

Ochiai Village

Ochiai Village is located on a steep slope of a valley where a shrine is in the centre. It is described as a village in the sky. You may enjoy unchanged scenery of the mountain village with stone walls and green fields where the local residents have worked hard to maintain and created a community. The 100-to-300-year-old thatched roof houses are protected as Important Cultural Property. The view of the village from the observatory across the valley is stunning!

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Higashiiya-ochiai Miyoshi-city, Tokushima
Telephone
0883-88-2893
Website
https://discovertokushima.net/en/culture/museums_history/ochiai-village/

15-minute taxi ride

Overnight stay in Higashi-Iya

Route Map for Day 5

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Iya-no-Kazura Bashi (Vine Bridge)

Iya-no-Kazura Bashi is a suspension bridge spanning 45m long, 2m wide and 14m over the Iya River. Legend has it, when refugee samurai fled into this area around 800 years ago, the bridge was constructed of vines so that it could be easily cut down to prevent enemies from crossing. The walk across the bridge is thrilling as it wobbles while giving you a glimpse of the river far below from between the logs you tread on. Enjoy the sense of adventure at the bridge designated as an Important Tangible Folk Cultural Property of Japan!

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Nishiiyayamamuraimazentoku Miyoshi-city, Tokushima
Telephone
0883-87-2275
Opening Times
Open every day from sunrise to sunset
*Closed once every three years, during the winter, to be rebuilt
Prices
550 yen
Website
https://discovertokushima.net/en/experience/mountains/vinebridges-iyavalley/

10-minute taxi ride

Take a 49-minute JR train ride from Oboke station to Kochi station.

Take a 30-minute bus ride from Kochi station to Chikurinji-mae bus stop.

Chikurin-ji Temple

With 300 years of history, Chikurin-ji Temple is the most famous temple in Kochi and welcomes many visitors as the 31st of the 88 temples along the Shikoku pilgrimage. Devoted to Bodhisattva of Wisdom, the temple’s highlights are a beautiful five-storied pagoda, 17 Buddhist statues recognised as National Important Cultural Properties and the nationally designated garden of scenic beauty. It also offers Buddhist sutra transcription experience. Try your hand at copying of sutras with a calligraphy brush (reservations for the day are required before your visit).

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3577, Godaisan, Kochi-city, Kochi
Telephone
088-882-3085
Website
http://www.chikurinji.com/

Take a 30-minute bus ride from Chikurinji-mae bus stop to Kochi station.

15-minute walk

Kochi Castle

Located in the centre of the town, Kochi Castle stands as elegantly as it used to. Enter the castle and take a 10-minute walk up the stone steps to the castle tower.
The castle gate is surrounded by moat. The wall of the moat has arrow slits to attack the oncoming danger in three different directions. Can you imagine the battles that once took place here? Today in the peaceful castle grounds, the spring cherry blossoms around the end of March while the autumn colours are equally spectacular.

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1-2-1 Marunouchi Kochi-city, Kochi
Telephone
088-824-5701
Opening Times
9am to 5pm (Last entry at 4:30pm)
Closures
Closed from Dec. 26 to 31
Prices
Admission fee: 400 yen
Website
http://visitkochijapan.com/things_to_do/history/kochi_castle.html

Within walking distance

Hirome market

Hirome Market is a maze of food stalls, as well as shops selling souvenirs and clothing, all under one roof. Find your seats, grab some food, and take some time to enjoy local delicacies. Kochi's specialty, a lightly roasted bonitos, is highly recommended. It's so fresh that the only seasoning you need is salt. The market is popular amongst both locals and tourists. Enjoy its bustling atmosphere!

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2-3-1 Obiyamachi Kochi-city, Kochi
Telephone
088-822-5287
Opening Times
Weekdays, Saturdays and Holidays: 8am - 11pm
Sundays: 7am - 11pm
(Individual store hours may vary)
Website
http://visitkochijapan.com/things_to_do/tourist_attractions/hirome_market.html

Overnight stay in Kochi city

Route Map for Day 6

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Take a 104-minute JR train ride from Kochi station to Nakamura station.

10-minute drive

Chinkabashi Bridge of Sada

The Shimanto River is known as Japan’s last pristine river. With a clean blue stream, the slow river meanders between green forests, along the white sandbank and under Chinkabashi bridges. These are the characteristic views of the Shimanto River. Chinkabashi bridges are built without parapets, designed not to be washed away but to be sunken at high tide. Chinkabashi Bridge of Sada is the closest to the river’s mouth and the longest of all these bridges. Enjoy refreshing scenery of natural surroundings while crossing this unique bridge!

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Sada, Shimanto-shi, Kochi
Telephone
0880-35-4171
Website
http://www.shimanto-kankou.com.e.abs.hp.transer.com/kanko/shimanto-river/shimantoriver.html

60-minute drive

Kongofuku-ji Temple

Kongofuku-ji is the 38th of the 88 temples of the Shikoku pilgrimage and located at Cape Ashizuri, the southernmost point of Shikoku. It was founded by Kobo Daishi 1,200 years ago, following an imperial order. This prestigious temple has been renowned from the beginning and still attracts many visitors.

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214-1 Ashizuri-misaki, Tosashimizu-city, Kochi
Telephone
0880-88-0038

10-minute walk

Cape Ashizuri

Cape Ashizuri is the southernmost point of Shikoku. Stand on the sheer cliffs with waves breaking below. The view from here is breathtaking! Must-see locations include a beautiful white lighthouse as a symbol of the cape, a tunnel of camellia trees and a walking path following the cape’s seven mysteries. Then why not wind down at Ashizuri Hot Springs? Enjoy the magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean while relaxing in an open-air bath. Ashizuri is also renowned for clear night skies full of stars in winter. Stay and watch spectacles of shooting stars and the Milky Way!

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Ashizuri-misaki, Tosashimizu-city, Kochi
Telephone
0880-82-3155
Website
http://visitkochijapan.com/things_to_do/nature/cape_ashizuri.html

Overnight stay at Ashizuri Hot Springs

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40-minute drive

Tatsukushi Coast

Tatsukushi Coast is known as a scenic place of strangely shaped rocks on the eroded sandstone plateau from 20 million years ago. Nearby attractions are Ashizuri Underwater Observation Tower, Kochi Prefectural Ashizuri Aquarium and Tatsukushi Seashell Gallery. The coast is a popular tourist destination.

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Tatsukushi, Tosashimizu-shi, Kochi
Telephone
0880-85-0137
Website
http://tatsukushi-kankou.com/english.html

50-minute drive

Kashiwajima Island

Kashiwajima Island is a small 4km around island connected to the mainland Shikoku by two bridges. The surrounding sea area is a mecca for divers and fishing lovers as it is home to colorful migratory fish and over 1,000 types of tropical plants. Many people visit the island to enjoy swimming and camping during summer.

80-minute drive

A Stone-Walled Village: “Sotodomari Ishigaki-no-Sato”

Located on a steep slope overlooking the sea, the village of Sotodomari is surrounded by high stone walls to protect the residents from strong ocean winds. The uniquely charming village was designated as one of “the most beautiful villages in Japan”. Have a cup of tea or snacks at “Dandankan” while enjoying the fantastic view. They serve local dishes on request (reservations required).

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Address
Sotodomari, Ainan-cho, Minamiuwa-gun, Ehime
Telephone
0895-82-1111
Website
http://www.shikoku.gr.jp/spot/6 (Japanese only)

60-minute drive

Uwajima Castle

Designated as an Important Cultural Property, Uwajima Castle is one of Japan’s twelve originally surviving castles. With steep flights of stone steps along its enormous stone walls, the three-storey, triple-layer castle tower stands prominently for 400 years on a hill top 80m above sea level. Inside the castle, you can enjoy the wooden interiors along with views of Uwajima city and Uwajima Bay in the distance.

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Address
1 Marunouchi, Uwajima-shi, Ehime
Telephone
0895-22-2832
Opening Times
[Gate opening times] 6am - 5pm
[Castle opening times] 9am - 4pm
[Folklore museum opening times] 9am - 4pm
(Depending on the season)
Prices
[Castle] Adults 200yen
Website
https://www.visitehimejapan.com/en/see-and-do/663

Uwajima Taimeshi (Sea Bream Rice)

Uwajima Taimeshi is a dish originally created by fishermen to make the most of fresh red sea bream with a quick and easy recipe. This is a local specialty of the southern part of Ehime. The fresh sea bream sashimi caught in Uwajima is placed on piping hot rice and mixed with a sauce made of dashi, soy sauce, sake and raw eggs. The taimeshi with sea bream sashimi is only served in this region. Don’t miss it!

Overnight stay in Uwajima city

Route Map for Day 8

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Pearl jewellery making at Mon Pearl Shinju Kaikan

With calm water thanks to a ria coast, the Uwa Sea is perfect for pearl culturing. You can see the process of culturing pearl, the techniques and delicate work along the coastal road from April to July. Try your hand at making your original pearl jewellery! (Reservations required)

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3-58, Takagushi, Uwajima-shi, Ehime
Telephone
0895-23-0818
Opening Times
8am - 8pm
[Tour of the pearl processing/accessory making] 9am -11am/2pm-5pm
* Please make a reservation for accessory making classes by 4pm of the previous day of your visit.
Prices
Free admission
[Accessory making] 1,000yen + cost of materials
Website
http://shinjukaikan.com/pearl.htm (Japanese only)

15-minute walk

Take a 73-minute JR train ride from Takamitsu station to Uchiko station.

10-minute walk

Traditional Townscape of Uchiko

Uchiko is a small town with traditional Japanese townscape. You can explore the inside of Uchiko-za, a restored historical kabuki theatre, on the days when there are no performances. The 600m long old streets of the Yokaichi-Gokoku areas are lined with distinctive white and cream walled townhouses that remain the glory of the post town 150 years ago. Stop by a Japanese candle shop running business for 200 years.

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Uchiko-za: 2102 Uchiko-cho uchiko Kita-gun, Ehime
Telephone
0893-44-2840
Opening Times
9am - 4:30pm
Closures
Closed 29 December to 2 January
Prices
Adults 400yen
Website
http://www.we-love-uchiko.jp/

10-minute walk

Take a 28-minute JR train ride from Uchiko station to Matsuyama station.

Take a 20-minute tram ride from JR Matsuyama station to Dogo Onsen station.

15-minute walk

Ishite-ji Temple

This temple is No. 51 of the 88 temples of the Shikoku Pilgrimage and home to a number of famous buildings such as the Niomon Gate (a designated national treasure), the temple’s main hall, bell tower and pagoda, all designated Important Cultural Properties. Other popular sights include a goddess for safe childbirth, a treasure house, the Mantra cave, and an inner temple. Many tourists come to visit the famously mysterious temple in addition to those on the pilgrimage.

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Ishite 2-9-21, Matsuyama City, Ehime
Telephone
089-977-0870
Opening Times
8am - 5pm

15-minute walk

Dogo Hot Spring

Designated an Important Cultural Property, Dogo Hot Spring is admired not only as a historical hot spring but also for its architecture. Don’t miss those decorative tiles on the roof! The main building was awarded a three-star rating in the 2009 Michelin Green Guide Japan. It is also known as the inspiration for the bathhouse in Hayao Miyazaki’s film “Spirited Away”. The surrounding area is popular for tourists with many hot spring inns and shopping streets. Ride on a rickshaw in front of Dogo Hot Spring and go sightseeing in a classical Japanese style!

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5-6 Dogoyuno-machi Matsuyama-city, Ehime
Telephone
089-921-5141
Opening Times
6am - 11pm (or 8:40pm varies by tickets)
Prices
Access to Kamino-yu bath only: 410 yen
Access to Kamino-yu bath and 2nd floor: 840 yen
Access to Tamano-yu and 2nd floor: 1,250 yen
Access to Tanano-yu and a private room on the 3rd floor: 1,550yen
Website
https://dogo.jp/ (Japanese only)

Overnight stay at Dogo Hot Spring

Route Map for Day 9

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Take a 10-minute tram ride from Dogo Onsen station to Okaido station.

5-minute walk

Matsuyama Castle

Matsuyama Castle is one of Japan’s twelve originally surviving castles. Enjoy a panoramic view of the city of Matsuyama from the castle tower like a lord would! You may appreciate the magnificent 14m high stone walls for military purposes or for their artistic beauty. Inside the castle, you can dress up as a samurai warrior for free. Don’t hesitate and try it out for a memorable experience! The spring cherry blossoms add charm to the castle. Take a scenic chairlift ride to enjoy the view on fine days!

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1 Marunouchi Matsuyama-city, Ehime
Telephone
089-921-4873
Opening Times
9am - 5pm (Depending on the season) (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
Prices
Castle admission fee: 510 yen
Website
http://www.matsuyamajo.jp/ (Japanese only)

5-minute walk

Take a 10-minute tram ride from Okaido station to Matsuyama station.

Leave for home from Shikoku by preferable means of transportation.