Tourist Information of Ehime


Ehime Prefecture is attractive for its beautiful nature and historical tourist spots throughout the four seasons. Don't miss out on places like Dogo Onsen, Japan's oldest hot spring, Uwajima Castle with its beautiful white walls, and locations related to the famous Japanese author Natsume Soseki for literature fans. You can also enjoy gourmet cuisine using fresh seafood and Iyokan oranges. It is recommended as a travel destination to refresh both your mind and body!

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Popular Spots in Ehime Prefecture See more

Ehime Prefecture's tourism is characterized by beautiful landscapes that blend history and nature. Feel the era at Matsuyama Castle and Ishizuchi Shrine, and be amazed by the breathtaking views from the Kametaro Observation Deck. You can also see the 0 Series Shinkansen at the Shikoku Railway Culture Museum. Additionally, there are plenty of spots that will captivate lovers of Japanese culture, such as the camphor tree grove at Oyamazumi Shrine and Garyu Sanso. もっとみる

Scenic Spots to Enjoy

If you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Ehime Prefecture, don't miss the breathtaking views from Mt. Ishizuchi Shrine, the highest peak in Shikoku, or Uwajima Castle, where the sea and sky meet. Additionally, "Mintopia Besshi," also known as the "Machu Picchu of the East," is definitely worth a visit! Furthermore, you can experience a sense of time travel by strolling through the preserved streets of Yokaichi Gokoku. もっとみる

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Hot Springs in Ehime Prefecture See more

Ehime Prefecture's hot springs have their own unique features, such as the Nukui River Hot Springs, which is known for its skin-beautifying effects, and Dogo Onsen, which is known as one of Japan's oldest hot springs. Additionally, at Yunoura Onsen, designated as Shikoku's first national recreational hot spring area, you can also refresh yourself. Why not be healed from the bottom of your heart in this nature-rich environment? もっとみる

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Accommodations in Ehime Prefecture are charming spaces where the ambiance of old Japan and modern services blend seamlessly. At the inns scattered around Dogo Onsen, you can enjoy historic architecture and gardens while indulging in hot springs baths with open-air baths in all guest rooms. Additionally, at the "Yamato-ya Besso," which has been awarded four stars by the Michelin Guide, you can enjoy free beer and ice cream along with room service meals. もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable with Children

Hotels in Ehime Prefecture are safe for families with children. Kandehotels Matsuyama Oodori, where you can be healed in an open-air bath closest to the starry sky, and Rihga Royal Hotel Niimi, where all rooms are spacious, each facility has its own unique charm. In particular, you can experience a stay where you can feel the history and culture in the vicinity of Dogo Onsen. It is not only suitable for sightseeing and business, but also for family trips! もっとみる

Hotels Famous for Hot Springs

Accommodations in Ehime Prefecture boast hot springs! "Okudogo Ichiyu no Mori," which boasts the largest open-air bath in western Japan, and "Yunoura Onsen Hotel Azure Shionomaru," a wonderful hot spring resort selected as one of the 100 famous hot springs. At "Dogo Onsen Chararaku," you can relax in an open-air bath with a great view. At "Dogo Onsen Hanayuzuki," why not indulge in Iyo beef while soaking in pleasant hot water? もっとみる

Local Cuisine in Ehime Prefecture

Ehime Prefecture's local cuisine is characterized by dishes that make use of fresh seafood. You can savor the taste of the ingredients in dishes such as "Nabeyaki Udon," which features sweet broth and soft noodles, and "Matsuyama Taimeshi," which is cooked whole with one fish. Additionally, "Uwajima Taimeshi" is a must-try dish. Finally, don't forget to enjoy the lingering memories of your trip with "Citrus Sweets." もっとみる
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