Things to Do in Ehime

Topics

About topic

If you're visiting Ehime, check out this list of top tips and things to do to make the most of your time there.

Found: 8 results
In Matsuyama, be sure to ride the groaning 1950s trams and the puffing Botchan Train. Travel in retro style, if not the greatest comfort.
Ishite Temple is a weird place. Ishite-ji, as it's known in Japanese, is No. 51 of the 88 temples that form the Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Matsuyama Castle stands on a significant hill right in the middle of town, offering spectacular views of the city, mountains and sea.
Bansuiso is a large villa, built in a 19th Century somewhat Gothic French style. It sits at the base of the hill where the castle stands.
Isaniwa Shrine sits above Dogo offering a fine view over Matsuyama. Its vermilion walls and gold leaf are a stunning sight.
Oyamazumi Shrine is like a natural cathedral. It's home to a large collection of historical weapons and armour.
Imabari Castle is one of Japan's only seaside castles, and a beautiful place to pass a spring afternoon.

Kurushim-Kaikyo Bridge connects Hiroshima Prefecture to Ehime Prefecture, thus connecting the main island Honshu to Shikoku by road.