Japan‘s smallest main island, Shikoku, sits between Hiroshima and Osaka. It is perhaps Japan’s greatest secret.
There’s something to be said about going beyond the well-trodden route and seeing a different side of a country. Shikoku is the place to add to your holiday if you want a destination to experience Japanese culture and history.
Each of Japan’s 47 prefectures (states) has its own proud culture, history and attractions. Shikoku is home to four prefectures and a few tiny islands, with incredible food, untouched natural beauty and enough history to fill a library (Kengo Kuma designed one, perhaps?).