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Join Andrés Iniesta—former member of Spain's national football team—as he explores the city of Kobe, Japan! Known across the globe for its premium beef, Kobe is a city that blends traditional culture, local customs, nature and modernity in a way that sets it apart from Japan's other major cities.
Tokushima prefecture located on the east of Shikoku is blessed with year-long beautiful nature where you can enjoy outdoor sports. Also, do not miss out on sightseeing cruise rides and local sake tasting.
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Kagawa is the smallest prefecture in Japan, located on the North side of Shikoku. Don't miss out on the famous Udon noodles when you visit Kagawa. The olives from the island of Shodoshima on the Seto Inland Sea side are also famous.
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Kochi is famous for the Shimanto River that still has untouched natural beauty. Katsurahama beach along the Pacific Ocean and the historical Kochi Castle are great places to experience nature and Japanese history.
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Ehime is full of retro fantasies including Japan's oldest hot spring "Dogo Onsen", and "Matsuyama Castle" preserved to maintain the character of the Edo period.
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If you visit Tottori, don't forget to visit Tottori sand dunes. People visit from all over Japan to explore the interesting Shirakabe Dozogun and bathe in the Misasa hot springs.
There are plenty of places to visit in Hiroshima, like the Itsukushima Shrine known for its beautiful sight like that on a picture postcard, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial where people come together and pray for world peace, and the Orizuru Tower, etc.
Shimane prefecture is the origin of Japanese history and a legend says it is a place where the ancient gods gather. Experience Japanese mythology at Izumo Taisha shrine and Inasano Hama beach and get in touch with a simpler Japan.