Sightseeng Info

Konpira Shrine
10-minute walk from us
The sea deity, affectionately known as “Sanuki no Konpira-san” since ancient times, is revered. The approach to the main shrine consists of 785 stone steps, and the total count, including the inner shrine, reaches a remarkable 1368 steps. Renowned for its lengthy stone staircase, the shrine boasts numerous attractions along the way.
Konpira Grand Theatre
10-minute walk from us
Built in the 6th of the Tenpo era (1835), it is Japan’s oldest theater. Since the 60th year of the Showa era (1985), it has also hosted the “Shikoku Konpira Kabuki Daishibai,” attracting lively crowds every spring as a seasonal tradition. All stage setups are manually operated, preserving the atmosphere of the Edo period.
New Reoma World
15-minute by car
The largest amusement park in the Chugoku Shikoku region. Highlights include the “Leoma Flower World,” boasting 100 types and 420,000 blooms, the “Leoma Light World” with 2.5 million illuminations shining brightly, and the diverse attractions of the “Oriental Trip,” which reproduces world-renowned heritage and buildings from Asia.
Shikoku Aquarium
30-minute by car
It was opened in June 2020, located in the Uzushio Coastal Park in Ayagawa, Kagawa Prefecture, near the Seto Ohashi Bridge. It features tanks replicating the Naruto Whirlpools in the Naruto Strait, Shikoku’s largest oceanarium, and a dolphin pool with a beautiful sunset view, offering a wide range of attractions.
Chichibugahama Beach

30-minute by car 

This beach boasts a long stretch of approximately 1 kilometer, where visitors can capture photos reminiscent of the Uyuni Salt Flats. Particularly noteworthy are the moments of low tide and calm winds, when the water surface remains undisturbed. The magic hour, around 30 minutes before and after sunset, is a prime time for capturing stunning shots. In the summer, the beach attracts numerous sunbathers.
Takaya Shrine
30-minute by car
Takaya Shrine, located in Kanonji City, Kagawa Prefecture, is a breathtaking spot known as the “Torii Gate in the Sky.” Situated at the summit of Mount Inazumiyama, which stands at an elevation of 404 meters, the shrine offers a panoramic view of the Seto Inland Sea through the torii gate. The name “Torii Gate in the Sky” comes from the stunning vista where the town and the sea can be seen beyond the torii gate.
Ritsurin park
50-minute by car
Designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty in Japan and awarded three stars in the Michelin Green Guide Japan, this is an early Edo-period strolling garden. Visitors can experience boating on traditional Japanese boats, recreating the pastime enjoyed by successive feudal lords.
Mannou Park
15-minute by car
The only national park in Shikoku, it boasts the largest scale of flowers such as narcissus, tulips, and cosmos. Visitors can enjoy strolling through nostalgic rural landscapes on walking paths and in a natural ecological park within the park.
Zentsuji Temple
10-minute by car
Zentsuji, the head temple, is the birthplace of the revered Buddhist monk Kukai (Kobo Daishi), and it holds the designation as the 75th temple on the Shikoku Pilgrimage, consisting of 88 temples. Additionally, it is counted among the three major sacred sites associated with Kobo Daishi, alongside To-ji in Kyoto and Mount Koya in Wakayama, gathering devout faith since ancient times.
Marugame Castle
25-minute by car
The symbol of Marugame City, boasting a 400-year history of construction. Renowned for having the tallest stone walls in Japan, these walls exhibit a unique curvature known as the “Ogi-no-kakudo” as they ascend from the inner moat towards the summit, becoming more vertical. Moreover, the three-layer, three-story castle keep, constructed on these stone walls, is one of the twelve existing “wooden castle keeps” in Japan.