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Inside our Hidden Japan

These photos, taken by tour leader William last November, capture just a few moments from our  ‘Hidden Japan’ tour which begins and ends in glorious Kyoto before discovering lesser known Japanese treasures and experiences from Honshu and rural Shikoku… 536 more words

One Week Road Trip in Shikoku, Japan

Often considered remote and lacking in attractions, Shikoku is seldom on the list of places to visit for travellers to Japan. The least populated and smallest of the country’s four main islands, Shikoku is most famous for the pilgrimage trail of its 88 sacred temples, but there’s much more to the island than that… 1,231 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Info berkenaan masjid di pulau Shikoku

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Memandangkan ada pelajar baharu yang akan ke pulau Shikoku pada tahun ini, kami dari AMIR Nishinihon ingin berkongsi info mengenai masjid yang terdapat di pulau Shikoku ini. 550 more words


"Haruka" |Ehime|

There are so many important citrus fruits grown around the globe, and many are site specific to their own region. This citrus is named Haruka, an accidental result of mutation of a citrus named “Hyuhganatsu” found in Ehime prefecture. 86 more words

Life Cycles

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds ( at Shikoku)

Those who have been following me know that I love Trees.

Here is another photo which follows the Rule of the Thirds.

I am sure it wouldn’t look so interesting if the tree is captured right in the middle of the picture.


Tokushima City!

So, Friday morning I woke up knowing that it was my last day working in the local hospital and for the NHS (A huge sigh of relief!), so obviously I woke up in a cheerful, and slightly tired, mood that morning. 545 more words


Shikoku taps drones to aid isolated islands | The Japan Times

Ono, 37, often visits Ogi for work and decided to improve the situation after residents complained about the inconvenience of purchasing daily goods on the island. 106 more words