Shikoku... The Journey Within

The Kazurabashi vine bridge of the Iya valley

Seaside cafe on the island of Teshima

Konpira Shrine

Who We Are

Discover Shikoku, Shikoku's premier DMC, is the bespoke experiential inbound division of Anabuki Travel, one of Shikoku’s oldest and most trusted companies.  As the name implies, Discover Shikoku focuses on Shikoku Island, the surrounding islands of the Seto Inland Sea and neighboring coastal regions.  

Traditional covered bridge in Kotohira

Mt. Tsurugi, Tokushima prefecture

What We Do

We offer customized luxury experiential travel to Shikoku and the surrounding islands of the Seto Inland Sea.  From locally guided tours along Shikoku's famed 88 temple pilgrimage to instructional photography tours, we don't hold back. From one-of-a-kind trains to private luxury cars and even chartered sea planes, we'll provide you the experience of a lifetime!   Come join us on Shikoku and find YOUR journey within.



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Shikoku Is...

Shikoku is....Shikoku is the smallest of Japan’s four main islands but what it lacks in size it overcompensates for in natural beauty, geographical diversity, arts & culture, and most important of all, the warmth and openness of its people.

Shikoku is divided into four prefectures, each with unique attributes. Tying the entire island together, and perhaps what it’s best known for is the 88 Temple Pilgrimage or Ohenro. The island is also widely known for its diverse cuisine, natural hotsprings, mountains and valleys, thatched roof villages, vibrant festivals, and traditional arts.

Shikoku is also a convenient jumping off point for many islands and nearby destinations in and around the Seto Inland Sea. The art islands of Naoshima, Teshima, and Inujima; the beautiful olive island of Shodoshima; and the center of hotspring resorts, Awaji Island are all easily within reach. Equally accessible are Hiroshima, Kurashiki, Okayama, and Miyajima.

Finally, Shikoku is a destination unlike anywhere else in Japan. A step back in time to a simpler, more natural existence where farming and fishing still dominate and people work and play together within the community. Where it’s possible to find both physical and spiritual peace and rejuvenate your mind as well as your soul.

Shikoku is not to be missed.

Takamatsu port at sunset


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