Visit Kagawa Prefecture

Kagawa Prefecture is located in the Shikoku region of Japan and is home to over 1 million people. It is known for its mild climate, picturesque beaches, and stunning mountain views. The prefecture has a rich cultural heritage with many temples, shrines and traditional festivals throughout the year.

The most popular tourist destination in Kagawa Prefecture is Ritsurin Garden in Takamatsu City. This garden dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868 CE) when it was first constructed as an aristocrat's villa. Today it retains much of its natural beauty with ponds, streams and carefully groomed paths surrounded by lush greenery.

The beautiful Shodoshima Island is another must-visit destination for tourists visiting Kagawa Prefecture; there are many hot springs, beaches and historic sites to explore here. Notable historical sites include Naruto Castle which dates back to 1590 CE; the castle's stone walls still remain largely intact today despite being destroyed twice during WWII.

Kagawa Prefecture offers a unique blend of traditional culture combined with modern attractions - making it an ideal place for visitors looking for a memorable experience during their stay in Japan!

Cities in Kagawa Prefecture

Tadotsu, Takamatsu, Shido, Marugame, Sakaidechō, Kan’onjichō, Tonoshō