Special Things To Do In shikokuchuo-shi

Special places to travel in shikokuchuo-shi that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.


Tips By Travelers and Locals


They haven't used any agricultural chemical for 30 years, and dare to cover the tea leaves from the sun not to gain the bitterness before harvesting. Such leaves called 'kabuse maccha' has really good aroma and taste. It becomes more and more popular and hard to get them, but once you eat, you'll agree with that. Kiri-no Mori means misty forest, and Daifuku is a soft round rice cake filled with sweet foodstuffs such as bean jam.


The scenery of the precinct and the virgin forest is like a scene of 'Spirited Away'.


Surrounded by a thick green of a virgin forest and moss, the temple has a subtle and profound atmosphere when I look up its stage structure.