HENRO Shikoku Sacred Pilgrimage, Japan, 4K (Ultra HD) FULL
Shikoku may be the smallest of Japan’s four major islands, but it is home to one of the country’s most significant traditions—the Henro. Thanks to this one-of-a-kind pilgrimage, Shikoku’s four prefectures are connected spiritually and geographically. This sacred journey is comprised of 88 temples scattered throughout Shikoku, and provides adventure seekers the opportunity to dive deep into the local culture and traditions of the island, and the opportunity to discover the warmth of its people, and the true spirit of Japan.
HENRO 10 Reasons to visit Shikoku, Japan 4K (Ultra HD)
SHIKOKU LOCAL CHARM -VISITING IS BELIEVING
In Shikoku, there are abundant nature of the sea, mountains, rivers and many historic sights ,such as Iya, Kotohira and Shodoshima.Please watch this video to see how charming those area are.
Shikoku is the smallest of Japan's major islands, and the least explored by tourists. But did you know that Shikoku is home to the Shimanami Kaido - an incredible cycling route across six islands of the Seto Inland Sea? Watch this video to find out more about the sights of Shikoku, and to see the Shimanami Kaido route for yourself.
Setonaikai National Park Dusk of Goshiki-dai
Setonaikai National Park Land and Sea, Wind and the Sun
乌冬县 四季之旅 [1min]
乌冬县 四季之旅 [3min]
乌冬县 四季之旅 [15min]
Murakami KAIZOKU of Shimanami Kaido~
The Shimanami Kaido is a tourist destination famous for the beauty of its many islands, where cyclists from all over the world gather. About 500 years ago, a group called the Murakami KAIZOKU, the largest band of pirates in Japan, ruled this area of fast and complex currents. “Kaizoku” is usually translated as “pirates”, but missionaries from Europe denied that the Murakami were pirates. Why was that? Introducing the truth of the Murakami KAIZOKU in a TV drama that transcends time.
Rod Walters: A modern-day guide (as himself)
Norman White: Luis Frois, a missionary from the 1500s
Ladybeard: A crossdresser who likes the Shimanami Kaido