Kagawa is the end point of the Shikoku Pilgrimage route, there are 88 Buddhist temples around the route. Sanuki udon is the famous local dish and there is over 700 udon restaurants within the prefecture. There is historic sites, things to do, souvenir shops, local restaurants, and hotels.
Naoshima Island is where Art, Nature, and Architecture coexist in Japan. Naoshima Island is home to the most original works of art in all of Japan!
The deity of navigation is enshrined at the Kotohira-gu Shrine in Kagawa. Pay your respects to the deity and you may never be lost again. But this luck doesn't come without a sacrifice.
Kagawa is to the northeast of Japan's Shikoku Island. It’s the end point of the Shikoku Pilgrimage route, which passes 88 Buddhist temples. There is historic sites, nature areas, and delicious local food.