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  • Kurushima Strait, Ehime, address: Kurushima Park, Koura-cho, Imabari City, Ehime, site title: Internet Nature Information System
  • Kurushima Strait, address: 2-5-100 Minato-cho, Imabari City, Ehime 794-0003, site title: Kurushima Kaikyo Vessel Traffic Service Center, camera title: the current view of Kurushima Strait from the Service Center, Click the left banner below the map.
  • Mt. Ishizuchi , address: Kogen-cho, Kuman, Kamiukena-gun, Ehime 791-1700, site title: About Accommodation in the Lodge Shiraishi, camera titles (from the left): #1 Mt. Ishizuchi, Lodge Shiraishi, #2 Kamega Forest, Lodge Shiraish
  • Uwajima City, Akebono-cho 1, Uwajima City, Ehime 798-8601, Uwajima City Office, camera titles, from the left: #1 Nakayama Pond Natural Park, #2 Komobuchi, #3 Tojima Motoura Fishing Port, #4 Kashima Fishing Port, #5 Hiburi Island (Hisaki Bathing Beach), #6 Miura Funakakushi Fishing Port, #7 Takegashima Island, #8 Tsushima Tanohama Fishing Port, #9 Sone, Tsushima Town
  • Pearl Farm, Uwajima, address: 5121-9 Miura Nishi, Uwajima City, Ehime 798-0102, site title: Doi Pearl Co., Ltd.
  • Roads in Matsuyama City, address: 2-1 Nishiki-cho, Matsuyama City, Ehime, site title: Shuhodo, the store of office supplies
  • Dogo Onsen (Hot Springs), Matsuyama, address: Dogo Sagidani-cho, Matsuyama City, Ehime 790-0836,  site title: Shikoku Matsuyama, Dogo Onsen, Hotel Kowakuen, web site: JAPANICAN.comMatsuyama Kanko Port, address: 5-2259-1 Takahama-cho, Matsuyama City, Ehime 791-8081, site title: Matsuyama Kanko Port Terminal Co., Ltd., Click the brown banner with numbers, 1-3, which links to the live cameras. camera No.1: #1 Matsushima Kankoko Port, #2 the landing pier of Hiroshima high-speed boat, #3 Okiijima Island (Yura), #4 Kujukushima Island, #5 Aijima Island, #6 Ogura Ferry, #7 Hiroshima Ferry, #8 Shiraishi no Hana, camera No.2: the guide board of departure time, camera No.3: appearance of the terminal
  • Matsuyama City, address: 4-1-36 Yoshifuji, Matsuyama City, Ehime 791-8011, site title: Matsunaga Communication, Inc.
  • Ehime University, bunkyo campus, address: Matsuyama City, Ehime, site title: the laboratory of accounting information theory
  • Matsuyama-jo Castle, address: Marunouchi 1, Matsuyama City, Ehime 790-0008, site title: the laboratory of accounting information theory
  • Ocean Views, Matsuyama, address: 1180 Hojo, Matsuyama City, Ehime 799-2341, site title: Seapa Makoto, the natural hot spring with the smell of the tide, Click the two photo images that links to the cameras.
  • Tomisuyama Park, Ozu City, address: Odake, Sugeta-cho, Ozu City, Ehime, site title: Ozu City, Click the blue banner link of the camera.Enjoy the beautiful views from Tomisuyama Mountain, which is located in the center of Ozu Basin.
  • Hijikaawa Arashi Observatory Park, Ozu City, address: 788-1 Nagahama Kou, Nagahama-cho, Ozu City, Ehime,  “Hijikawa Arashi” is the storm that occurs in the area seasonally. The storm fog engulfed the city, spreads out in a fan-like form while rolling to the sea. It is a fantastic view.
  • Tobe Zoological Park of Ehime Prefecture, address: 240 Uehara-cho, Tobe-cho, Iyo-gun, Ehime 791-2191,  camera title: Today’s White Bear, “Peace”

 

Ehime Prefecture Tourism Information

The prefectural capital of Ehime Prefecture is Matsuyama City. The population of the prefecture is about 1.4 million people, and one-third of the population lives in the city of Takamatsu. The production of citrus is thrinving in the prefecture, and mandarin orange, kiwi fruit, chestnut are famous agricultural productus of Ehime. There are famous local cuisines such as “Jyakoten,” which is a tempura of minced small fish, and “Uwajima Taimeshi,” which is a bowl of rice with a sashimi of sea bream wearing sauce. Ehime Prfecture was formerly called “Iyo no Kuni (the country of Iyo)” and the prefecture was divided into three regions, “Toyo (Eastern Iyo),” “Chuyo (Central Iyo)” and “Nanyo (Southern Iyo).” The name of the prefecture, “Ehime,” comes from the description of “Iyo no Kuni (the country of Iyo) is called Ehime” in “Kojiki (Record of Ancient Matters).” There are many attractions such as Matsuyama Castle, Uwajima Castle, Dogo Onsen Main Building, Tobe Zoo, Shikoku Karst, Uwa Sea Marine Park, Imabari Castle, etc.
Ehime Prefecture is famous for castle in particular, and the tower of Matsuyama Castle and the tower of Uwajima Castlein are the ones of the twelve towers existing in Japan, and Ehime Prefecture is the only prefecture that has two extant towers. Matsuyama Castle is the castle that was built in 1603 by Yoshiaki Kato who made a great achievement in the Battle of Sekigahara. The castle fortification was completed in 1627 and it was lost by a lightning strike in 1784, but the current tower was completed in 1854 at the end of 35 years of restoration work. “Uwajima Castle” was completed in 1601 by Takatora Todo who was called virtuoso of castle fortification. The existing tower has remained to the present after a renovation by Munetoshi Date in 1671. “Dogo Onsen” is the oldest hot spring in Japan that is said to be used from three thousand years ago. It is a historical hot spring that continues to operate until now after the main building of Dogo Onsen was constructed in 1894. It is said to be a hot spring (Onsen) related to Soseki Natsume, and is said that he visited the Onsen maniy times at the time when he lived in Matsuyama city.  It can also be used in a day as a public bath and theere are several bathing courses depending on your budget. It was designated as a national important cultural property in 1994 because of the valuable architectural style that lasts until today.  Dogo Onsen Main Building is one of the typical tourist destinations of Ehime Prefecture.
“Ishizuchisan (Mt. Ishizuchi),” whichi is 1,982 m above sea level, is the highest mountain of the northwestern part of the Shikoku Mountains in West Japan. It is located between Saijo City and the town of Kumakogen. It was selected to one of the Onehundred Views of Japan (Nihon Hyakkei), as well as one of the best onehundred mountains in Japan (Nihon Hyaku Meizan), and about 300,000 climbers visit annually. It has been worshiped as a mountain of mountain worship since ancient times, and there is “Ishizuchi Jinja Jyoju-sha (a part of Ishizuchi Shrine)” at the point of 1450m altitude. You can be carried out by using a ropeway and a lift to worship even if it is for climbing. There is a place for hikers to pass, the Kusariba, but there is a detour and you can climb enough.
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