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KOCHI

Kochi Prefecture is endowed with beautiful and rich nature under a sparkling sun that includes a coastline with a variety of cliffs carved out by the Kuroshio current, and the clear waters typified by the Shimanto River and deep green mountains.
The Shimanto River is known as “Japan’s last remaining limpid stream,” and is a tourist spot where you can enjoy activities such as canoeing and cycling while experiencing the Japan of bygone years.
In the center of Kochi Prefecture, is Kochi City, where you can see a beautiful five-storied pagoda among the greenery at Chikurin-ji Temple, the precious Kochi Castle with its keep and main citadel built in the Edo period, and Hirome Market, where you can enjoy unique Kochi dining and shopping, such as "katsuo tataki" (seared bonito), sweets made from hojicha green tea, and meals prepared with yuzu seasoning.

Getting from Tokyo to KOCHI

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  • Haneda airport → Kochi Ryoma airport : 1 hour and 20 minutes.

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  • CHUGOKU+SHIKOKU × TOKYO
    Surrounded by the sea and mountainous across two thirds of its land area, Japan is a treasure trove of wild nature activities. Start in Tokyo with natural encounters close to the city and enjoy marine opportunities around its islands.

    Then, discover Shikoku, an island of wild splendor and some of Japan's best-hidden secrets. Away from the crowds and bustle of the cities, you will find great refreshment in abandoning yourself to the mountains, rivers and valleys here.
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    After experiencing Japan's classic and new food culture in Tokyo, dive deeper into regional cuisines in Chugoku and Shikoku, famous for their seafood and farm produce. While enjoying seasonal flavors that you will only find there, this is also a chance for deeper encounters with Japanese climate and history that underlie the country's food culture.
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