Other places famous for flowers Spots in Kagawa Area

  • Shonai Peninsula
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    Kasama-cho, Santoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture
    Mt. Shiude rises over the central Shonai Peninsula where Seisan (Western part of Kagawa) juts into the Seto Inland Sea. A well-known cherry blossom and azalea viewing area, you can get a panoramic view that includes the slopes blooming with flowers and the many islands of the Seto area from the summit of Mt. Shiude. The peninsula is associated with the Japanese folktale of Urashima Taro, and you can do a tour that takes in highlights tied to the legend.
  • Manno Sunflower Fields
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Nakatado-gun Manno Cho Honoyama
    Manno Town, located on the border of Tokushima and Kagawa prefectures, is known as the home of sunflowers. Scattered around the district, are about 1,200,000 sunflowers on approximately 22 hectares. The best time to visit this district is from early to mid-July when patches of sunflowers brighten the landscape everywhere you look. These bright yellow patches of sunflowers, which bloom all at once, are like carpets of yellow absorbing the warm rays of the sun. The townspeople, wanting to share the beauty of the area, hold a sunflower festival in mid-July every year. During this annual summer event, many visitors from near and far come to enjoy strolling through the flower fields, attend the music festival, the bazaars, or participate in the photography contest.
  • Suisen Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Shozu-gun Tonoshocho
  • Kameyama Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Marugame-shi Ichibancho
  • Kamezuru Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Sanuki-shi Nagaomyo
  • Saimyoji Temple
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Shionoecho Yasuharashimo Dai1-go 274
  • Toryo Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Nakatado-gun Tadotsucho Momoyama
  • Hanzancho Kusumi Chiku
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Marugame-shi Hanzancho Higashisakamoto

Kagawa Areas


Japan's smallest prefecture, Kagawa, may take up just a small corner of Shikoku, but it has grown increasingly popular with the recognition of Naoshima, its "art island" in the Seto Inland Sea between Shikoku and Honshu. Just a stone's throw from the islands, mainland Kagawa's prefectural capital, Takamatsu, holds history in its castle ruins and its pride and joy, Ritsurin Garden, is known as one of the country's best gardens.

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