shikoku

  1. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  2. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  3. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  4. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  5. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  6. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  7. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  8. Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum

    Benesse House Museum on Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
  9. Shikoku Travel Guide

    Travel Shikoku Travel Guide

    The Shikoku Region (四国地方 Shikoku-chihō) consists of Shikoku (lit. “four provinces”), the smallest of Japan’s four main islands, and numerous surrounding islands. It comprises the following prefectures: Map of Shikoku Ehime (愛媛県 Ehime-ken) Kagawa (香川県 Kagawa-ken) Kochi (福島県 Kōchi-ken)...
  10. Mihara-mura, Kochi-ken

    Mihara-mura, Kochi-ken

    Environs of Mihara village. Early fall, 2002
  11. Jizo Statues

    Jizo Statues

    mini Jizo - no more than two inches tall - at Temple 42 in Ehime on the 88 Shikoku pilgrimage route
  12. Kochi City

    Kochi City

    8 AM - Saturday, Kochi City
  13. Seito Ohashi

    Seito Ohashi

    One of the main bridges joining Shikoku to Honshu.
  14. Temple 38, Ashizuri, Kochi

    Temple 38, Ashizuri, Kochi

    Temple 38 (of 88 on the Shikoku pilgrimage route) at Ashizuri Mizaki in Kochi Prefecture.
  15. Kannon Bodhisattvas

    Kannon Bodhisattvas

    Stone bodhisattvas of Kannon, the Buddhist incarnation of mercy, at Temple 38 of the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage trail.
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