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KANAGI KANKO HOTEL
Shodoshima Kokusai Hotel
Kagawa24-67 Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa
All guest rooms at Shodoshima International Hotel have ocean views overlooking the beautiful Seto Inland Sea.
From the window, you can see the beauty of the many islands of the Seto Inland Sea, the grandeur of Shikoku Yashima Island, and “Angel Road,” a sacred place for lovers, as if they were masterpieces displayed in a frame.
Please enjoy an extraordinary moment of luxury surrounded by the nature of the Seto Inland Sea, which was highly praised by Siebold, Thomas Cook, and others.
Selected for two consecutive years as one of the “Top 100 Sustainable Tourism Destinations” by Green Destinations, an international certification organization in the Netherlands, Shodoshima’s olive cultivation has been revived since the late Showa period through subsidies for the cost of trees and the conversion of abandoned farmland into olive groves, and has received high international recognition for its quality. The quality of the olives has also been highly evaluated internationally. The town is now working as one to promote sustainable tourism in the Seto Inland Sea, a region rich in natural beauty.
Kagawa685-21 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
The only hotel in the area where you can freely enjoy “6 private hot spring baths” as many times as you like for free.
Kagawa685-11 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
Hot spring inn located at the foot of Kompira-san. It is a very convenient base for sightseeing in Shikoku.
Konpira-gu Shrine has long been loved by people from all over Japan.
Kotohira Yachiyo Hotel
Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima
Kagawa16-3 Furue, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa
All rooms have ocean views overlooking the Setouchi sky and sea.
Guests can choose between a buffet featuring fresh fish from the Seto Inland Sea, olives, somen noodles, and other island specialties, or a kaiseki course full of local flavors, in which the chef selects and prepares fresh seafood landed daily and the executive chef puts all his skill into preparing it.
Soy Sauce Village
Shodoshima developed as a town of soy sauce production. Hishio-no-Sato,” the name of the area around the hotel, refers to the walking paths and areas along the soy sauce warehouse street and in the Nabane and Magi districts, which have the largest concentration of soy sauce warehouse buildings in Japan. Hishio no Sato is lined with soy sauce warehouses and tsukudani factories that developed on Shodoshima, the Marukin Soy Sauce Memorial Museum, where visitors can learn about the history of soy sauce, and other soy sauce-related facilities.
Kagawa3-5-10 Saiho-cho, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa
Surrounded by seasonal flowers and trees, the inn overlooks the ocean, and the night view of the city center has been selected as one of the 88 best views in Shikoku. The meals are locally produced and consumed, and seasonal ingredients are served. The natural hot spring is a sodium hydrogen carbonate spring with a PH of 9.0, which is highly effective for beautifying the skin.
The Kinashi area adjacent to the hotel, just a few minutes’ drive from the hotel, is known as the “home of pine bonsai. It is said to be the largest pine bonsai production area in Japan, and its reputation has spread beyond the seas, attracting visitors from all over Europe and Asia. Pine bonsai trees welcome visitors at the entrance to the parking lot of the museum.
SAKURANOSHOU KOTOHIRA GRAND HOTEL
Kagawa977-1 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
Inn located on the 22nd step of the stone staircase of Konpira Shrine.