Kagawa Prefecture (香川県 Kagawa-ken) is the smallest prefecture of Japan (by area). It is located on Shikoku island and the capital is Takamatsu.

 

Tourism

Kanamaruza Kabuki Theatre

Benesse House, Naoshima

Manno Lake

Sanuki Manno National Park

  • Kotohira
    • Kanamaruza Kabuki Theatre
    • Konpira Shrine
  • Manno
    • Manno Lake
    • Sanuki Manno National Park
  • Marugame
    • Marugame Castle
    • Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museumn of Contemporary Art Naoshima Island
    • Ando Museum
    • Benesse House
    • Chichu Art Museum
    • Lee Ufan Museum
  • Setonaikai National Park
  • Shikoku Pilgrimage – Zentsū-ji, Motoyama-ji, Yashima-ji, etc.

Kankakei

  • Shodoshima
    • Kankakei Gorge
    • Shodoshima Olive Park
  • Takamatsu
    • Megijima and Ogijima
    • Ritsurin Garden
    • Takamatsu Castle
    • Yashima, the island on which the Battle of Yashima was fought

      Ritsurin Garden

  • Teshima Island
    • Shima Kitchen
    • Teshima Art Museum

Based on its ancient name, Sanuki, Kagawa is famous for its Sanuki udon (wheat noodles). Recent years have seen an interest in Sanuki udon across Japan[citation needed], and many Japanese now take day-trips to taste the many Sanuki udon restaurants in Kagawa.

 

Site of Kagawa :

http://www.pref.kagawa.jp/foreigner.shtml