Castle tourism in Kagawa Prefecture

Kagawa Prefecture, which is connected to Honshu by the Seto Ohashi Bridge, is famous as the ``Udon Prefecture.'' It is also home to Okuboji Temple, the final stop on the pilgrimage route that connects the 88 sacred sites of Shikoku. It is famous for Konpira Shrine, also known as ``Konpira-san'', which has 1,368 steps, and Ritsurin Park, a feudal lord's garden from the Edo period and a nationally designated special place of scenic beauty. Marugame Castle is home to the tallest stone wall in Japan, and its castle tower still stands today. Takamatsu Castle, one of Japan's three major water castles, is also a must-visit spot. Islands in the Seto Inland Sea, such as Shodoshima, famous for its olives, and Naoshima, a mecca for contemporary art, are also gaining popularity.

  • Marugame Castle
  • Takamatsu Castle

Castle tourism in Kagawa Prefecture

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History of Kagawa Prefecture

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