Kagawa and Tokushima - Sea and Islands

Kagawa and Tokushima - Sea and Islands
KAGAWA: http://www.pref.kagawa.lg.jp/foreigner_english.shtml

Welcome: http://www.my-kagawa.jp/eg/


Kagawa Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located on Shikoku island. The capital is Takamatsu. Kagawa was formerly known as Sanuki Province.

Shodoshima Island is an island located in the Inland Sea of Japan. This island is famous for its stages of the movie "24 eyes". The island was the first area of Japan to successfully grow olives, and is sometimes known as "Olive Island". Shodoshima is home to Dobuchi Strait the world's narrowest strait, 9.93 meters at its narrowest.

TOKUSHIMA: http://www.pref.tokushima.jp/english/

German: http://www.pref.tokushima.jp/german/

Welcome: http://www.topia.ne.jp/english/tourism/


Tokushima Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located on Shikoku island. The capital is the city of Tokushima.

The traditional starting point for generations of pilgrims, Tokushima Prefecture is home to the first 23 of Shikoku's 88 Temples. Notable attractions in this region include the lively Awa odori Matsuri, which takes place in Tokushima in August; the mighty whirlpools of the Naruto Channel between Tokushima and Awaji-shima; the dramatic scenery of the Iya Valley; and the surf beaches of the southern coast.