Naruto

"Yōkoso" to Naruto, which is in Shikoku, a much-loved place that is known for its memorable rural landscapes, coastal plains and mountains.

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Naruto is located approximately 310 miles from Tokyo, the country's capital city.

Find out about the local multi-faceted culture at the Otsuka Art Museum.

Only here for a few days? Check out the Naruto University of Education for something in the area.

You should pay a visit to Naruto Whirlpools and the Awa Odori Kaikan in Tokushima, which is 10 miles away. An alternative is to enjoy a day trip to Higashikagawa. It is 16 miles from Naruto and is where you can check out the Yodadera Temple and Shirotori Zoo.

To visit Olive Garden 1st Origin, Rikyuhachiman Shrine and Kankakei Ropeway, make tracks northwest from Naruto for 25 miles to Shozu. Kankakei Summit Observation and Shodoshima Olive Park are also cool options if you're after more things to do.

If you're not the kind to take a break simply to relax, this region is home to many adventures, such as mountain climbing and hiking.

How about you set an afternoon aside to relax and enjoy gentle pastimes, such as cycling or camping. Both activities are popular with visitors and locals alike.

Tapping into local knowledge is a fulfilling way to broaden your vacation experience. So, book a place on one of the interesting activities that are available in this part of the world, such as guided nature walks and city walking tours.

Try paragliding to soar over the patterned landscapes of this area.

Head down to the water while you're in Shikoku. Scuba diving and surfing are both most popular ways to get active here.

Prepare yourself to embark on an adventure through the flavors and aromas of the region.

Delve into the colorful culinary landscape of the region and try out local delights, often incorporating beef and noodles.

Tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and sawachi ryori (sushi and raw fish) are well-known regional treats worth trying.

Invigorate your tastebuds with a locally-loved dessert, anpan (sweet roll), for a tasty encounter that will leave a delicious taste in your mouth.

For those who enjoy a nice cold beer or two, try some Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen. It's a commonly enjoyed brew in in Shikoku.

Genmaicha (green tea with brown rice) is a beloved alcohol-free option that one can enjoy morning or night.

Make sure you have a taste of junmaishu, a common local alcoholic drink.

When you need to make your way home from your break, say "Sayōnara" to Naruto and the new friends you've made and start making plans to revisit this part of the world one day!

If you're looking for the closest airport to Naruto, it's 4 miles to the south.

Accommodation in Naruto

Don't expect to find a massive selection of places to stay in Naruto, so be sure to check out the information and deals on Expedia's Naruto hotels page.

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