Shikoku
Discover Favy's food and restaurant guides for the Shikoku region! Shikoku (四国, literally four provinces) is smallest of the main four islands of Japan. The Shikoku region consists of 4 prefectures: Ehime, Kagawa, Kōchi, and Tokushima. Shikoku is famous for citrus fruits, udon noodles, and the 88 temples pilgrimage route.
Prefectures in the Shikoku Region
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Tokushima Awa Odori: the mother of all awa dances!

The Tokushima Awa Odori is said to be the biggest awa dance festival in Japan, attracting annually 1.3 million visitors! Be sure to attend it if you are on the Shikoku island during the O-bon period.

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Tokushima Awa Odori: the mother of all awa dances!

The Tokushima Awa Odori is said to be the biggest awa dance festival in Japan, attracting annually 1.3 million visitors! Be sure to attend it if you are on the Shikoku island during the O-bon period.

Where To Have The Best Sushi Experience in Tokushima (For All Budgets)

Here are the most talked about sushi restaurants in Tokushima, from conveyor belt sushi to high-end sushi restaurants, you will find the perfect place to go and have delicious sushi!

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