Ehime is located in Shikoku region. The most popular destination is the Dogo Hot Springs. The prefecture is known for the agricultural and fishing industries. There are historic sites, local restaurants, hotels, souvenir shops, and many things to do.
Ehime covers the northwestern quarter of Shikoku Island in Japan. There are many historic sties to visit such as Matsuyama Castle and Dogo Onsen. Ehime is for those who like the outdoors and history.
Onsen, meaning hot springs are a popular pastime in Japan. Relaxing in a hot bath that can cure aliments is rewarding altogether. Around Japan, there are great onsen resorts.
Aoshima Island in Ehime prefecture is gaining a reputation as Cat Island. Cats outnumber humans 6:1. Two ferries per day take tourist to and from the island, there are no modern amenities on the island.
There are more than 30 national parks in Japan. The parks are either marine, volcanic or forests. Relax in a peaceful environment with your family for two or three nights.
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Dogo Onsen is one of the oldest hot springs in Japan and has about 3000 years of history. It is said that the bath in the film "Spirited Away" was partly modeled on Dogo Onsen.