- Explore Sanuki
Climb the stone steps
The darkened shrine
feels steeped in mystery.
Not a soul around in the still morning.
Climbing all the stairs takes stamina.
At the end of the first stretch,
the first shrine building comes into view,
but you've still got a way to go to the top.
After one last push, you make it to the main shrine.
The ubiquitous Kagawa favorite: udon.
In Kotohira, try your hand
at making it yourself.
Every shop along the shrine path holds new wonders to discover,
but there are more exciting things than just shopping;
a eye-catching sign pulls you in with the promise of "Udon School."
There's nothing better than working up an appetite by making your own lunch.
Roll up your sleeves and give it a try.
Known for its novel architecture,
spend the afternoon at the Inokuma Genichiro Museum of Contemporary Art (MIMOCA).
Get up close and personal with the colorful pieces.
Western-style painter Inokuma Genichiro spent his childhood here in Kagawa.
His museum is located right outside of JR Marugame Station.
His varied art style ranges from realistic drawings to abstract shapes.
Let your imagination come alive while studying his pieces.
The vivid sunset
reflected on the water,
Every moment is a new tableau.
Chichibugahama has exploded in popularity
as an Instagram sensation for its stunning photogenic landscape.
Low tide turns the sea's surface into a mirror of the sky.
Have your camera in hand just before sunset…
Don't miss the magic hour!