CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

CHUGOKU・SHIKOKU

"Tastes of JAPAN by ANA" is a regional vitalization project that collaborates with the different prefectures in Japan to present the Land of the Rising Sun in all of its diverse glory.
  • All Chugoku Shikoku

  • Tottori

  • Shimane

  • Okayama

  • Hiroshima

  • Yamaguchi

  • Tokushima

  • Kagawa

  • Ehime

  • Kochi

All Chugoku Shikoku

  • All Chugoku Shikoku
  • Tottori
  • Shimane
  • Okayama
  • Hiroshima
  • Yamaguchi
  • Tokushima
  • Kagawa
  • Ehime
  • Kochi

The Chugoku Region is facing the Sea of Japan and the Shikoku Region is placed between the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean. There are many spectacular spots, notably Akiyoshi-do in Chugoku Region that will make you feel the wonders of nature.

All Chugoku Shikoku All Chugoku Shikoku

Tottori encompasses the eastern part of the Sanin region. Tottori is full of spectacular locations that will show you the breathtaking beauty of nature. It is home to the magnificent Tottori Sand Dunes, and The Sand Museum, Japan’s only sand sculpture museum. Then there’s Mount Daisen, often alluded to in the analogy “Mount Fuji in the East, Mount Daisen in the West.”

Tottori Tottori

Shimane is abundant in natural and historical areas such as the Izumo region, the scene of ancient Japanese mythology. At Oki Islands UNESCO Global Geopark, you can observe precious geological features and the natural history of the Earth.

Shimane Shimane

Okayama has deep links to “Momotaro”, a popular Japanese folk tale. The prefecture is full of sighseeing spots which mixed tradition and modernity. In Okayama Korakuen, one of Japan’s three largest garden, you can enjoy a variety, changing scenery throughout the four seasons.

Okayama Okayama

Hiroshima, also called the “Microcosm of Japan” is surrounded by mountains and sea. Tomonoura is the historical city that has a great viewing spot to the Seto Inland Sea and Sensuijima, also known as the scene of the Studio Ghibli movie, “Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea.”

Hiroshima Hiroshima

Yamaguchi also known as “the Kyoto of the West”. This prefecture is famous for having produced many of the patriots of the Meiji Restoration. There are many historical spots dotted throughout the prefecture, and it is a treasure trove of picturesque beauty, with must-see spots such as Kintai Bridge and Tsunoshima Bridge.

Yamaguchi Yamaguchi

Tokushima is full of modern locations and beautiful nature. It is also famous for Awa Odori, a traditional Japanese performing art with 400 years of history. You can enjoy Awa Odori throughout the year at the Awa Odori Kaikan in Tokushima City.

Tokushima Tokushima

Kagawa is known as the place to go for udon noodles. The prefecture has so many diverse experiences to enjoy, from feasting on the exquisite local cuisine to touring around Shodoshima, an island in the Seto Inland Sea.

Kagawa Kagawa

Ehime is an area rich in nature located between the mountains of Shikoku and the Seto Inland Sea. It is home to a variety of historic buildings and important cultural assets, such as Dogo Onsen, the oldest hot springs in Japan, and Matsuyama Castle, which sits atop the lush greenery of a mountain.

Ehime Ehime

Kochi is blessed with the abundant nature of Shikoku. It is home to many historical spots, such as Kochi Castle where the Tosa domain office located in Edo period has been selected as one of Japan’s top 100 castles. During the Edo period, Tosa domain set up its hancho (government building of domain) in the castle.

Kochi Kochi

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