While Tokushima prefecture on Shikoku island might not be a typical destination for international tourists, it has plenty to offer in terms of nature and history. Those who like Japanese festivals will love the Awaodori Festival in August. But there is more to do in Tokushima, as you can read in this travel guide!
The Iya Valley is a scenic area known for its dramatic mountain valleys, thatched-roof farmhouses, and historic vine bridges. The Naruto whirlpools are nature’s art, while you can enjoy some great human-made art in the Otsuka Museum of Art.
Naruto is located in Tokushima Prefecture in Shikoku, and famous for the great whirlpools. Find out how to best observe these interesting natural phenomena!
Tokushima City is the capital of Tokushima Prefecture in Shikoku, and there are two reasons to go here; the Naruto whirlpools and the Awa Odori dance festival. Learn more about these attractions!
The Iya Valley region is a scenic area known for its dramatic mountain valleys and old vine bridges. Find out more about this hidden mountain region in Japan!