Sacred Journey - Travel the Shikoku Pilgrimage
The Shikoku Pilgrimage in Tokushima offers a sacred journey into the heart of Japan’s breathtaking natural beauty, rich history and tradition, and Buddhist spirit. Visit magnificent temples and relish the atmosphere of these sacred sites in all their many forms – this journey is sure to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Explore an island of breathtaking natural beauty. Delve into the deep history and rich traditions of ancient Japan. Heal both body and soul in the Buddhist spirit and rediscover your true self. Welcome to Tokushima and the sacred journey of the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage.
Relaxing Journey – Discover the Naruto Resorts
The Naruto area of Tokushima offers a relaxing journey in the form of its many resorts. Spend an exquisite time in the lap of luxury at first-rate hotels surrounded by verdant mountains, with stunning views of the deep blue sea. Natural splendors, surpassing comfort, and unforgettable adventures—enjoy it all at The Naruto Resorts.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the deep blue sea. Marvel at the spectacular sight of the swirling Naruto whirlpools. Relax your body and mind in an environment of comfort and luxury that can only be offered by first-rate hotels. Welcome to Tokushima and the relaxing journey of the Naruto Resorts.
Healing Journey – Feel the Nature
Relish both sea and sunshine in the town of Kaiyo, located in the southern part of Tokushima. Surrounded by blue waters, travelers can enjoy marine sports and activities, explore the traditional craft of natural indigo dyeing, and hike to the mighty Todoroki Falls. Embrace the spirit of Tokushima, with its natural bounties and rich cultural legacy.
Commune with nature in a town nestled between the serenity of the sea and the grandeur of the mountains. Admire the rushing waters of Todoroki Falls, discover the traditional craft of indigo dyeing, and enjoy the ocean to the fullest through a host of marine sports. Welcome to Tokushima and a healing journey to a land blessed by the sea.