From the Mt. Danyama Observatory, visitors have a 360-degree view of the Seto Inland Sea all the way to the Shikoku and Chugoku areas. This is also a great vantage point to see the approximately 9 hectares of the Karato rice paddies sprawled out along the hillside.
In addition to the eye-popping blue of the sea and the white sands of bathing beaches such as Mikogahama, the island is also a home to art. Various art attractions include rare museums (Teshima Art Museum, Teshima Yokoo House) and the Les Archives du Cœur heartbeat archive. Olives are the local specialty product and Teshima has Asia's largest olive plantation.
- Teshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa
- [From Takamatsu Port]Teshima Ferry, Takamatsu - Teshima (Ieura) route: around 30-40 minutes "Takamatsu" -> "Teshima (Ieura)"
- Mar. 1-Oct. 30: 10:00-17:00 (last entrance at 16:30)
Nov. 1-end of Feb.: 10:00-16:00 (last entrance at 15:30)
- [Teshima Art Museum]
Closed: Tue. (Mar. 1-Nov. 30)
Tue. - Thu. (Dec. 1-end of Feb.)
*Open on holidays and closed the next day
*If Mon. is holiday, open Tue. and closed Wed.
It is recommended that you check the museum's closure calendar as the exhibit maintenance schedule is irregular.
- All year
- Please be careful as there are no boats running on days that the Teshima Art Museum is closed
JR Takamatsu Station
Sanuki Mannou National Government Park
Shodoshima Furusato Mura
Shodoshima (Kankakei Gorge, Twenty-four Eyes Movie Village, Olive Park)
Takamatsu Central Shopping Mall
Twenty-four Eyes Movie Village
Shodoshima Angel Road
Nakano Udon School