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Take in some of the most splendid sights in Okayama and Shikoku with a tour that takes you through picturesque historic towns and sweeping magical landscapes as you explore the region on railways, roads, and waterways.
The All Shikoku Pass is valid on most public transportation services on Shikoku, including most trains and trams, as well as the Shodoshima Ferry and Olive Bus. The 3-day, 4-day, 5-day, and 7-day passes are available at ¥9,000, ¥10,000, ¥11,000 and ¥13,000 (¥500 more if purchased in Japan) respectively.
Meiro no Machi, or "maze town," in Tonosho is famous for its complicated labyrinth of winding alleys designed to protect residents from marauding Edo-era pirates.
This luxury sightseeing train takes you past some of Shikoku's magnificent landscapes, from the beautiful Sanuki plains to the breathtaking Oboke Gorge, as you enjoy a carefully curated local cuisine on board. Reservations mandatory.
Towards the end of the 12th century, the idyllic and remote Iya Valley served as a refuge for exiled samurai who navigated this misty valley via a series of 13 vine suspension bridges. Today only three of the bridges exist, of which the 45m-long Iya Kazurabashi is the largest.
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