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The Life of an Islander

The Setouchi Inland Sea is Japan’s largest inland sea, situated between the biggest of the country’s four main islands, Honshu, and the smallest – Shikoku. It boasts some of the country’s most spectacular scenery, has an incredibly laid-back vibe, a long history in the fishing industry, is famous for its olives and olive oil, and also hosts the internationally renowned Setouchi Triennale Art Festival every three years. The Setouchi Inland Sea is made up of over 300 islands, of varying sizes, many of which are uninhabited.

The Life of an Islander


  • Home Makers

  • Pizza Haruya

  • Dorima no Ue

  • Ogijima Library

  • Morikuni Shuzo