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Katsurahama--much more than a beach. Enjoy stunning views of the Pacific, an aquarium, the Ryoma Sakamoto Museum, dog fighting, and more.
See the Pacific in all its mighty grandeur at scenic Cape Ashizuri
Yosakoi is a dance festival in Kochi every August. It is a Carnival-like kind of party with a unique Japanese influence only Kochi can offer.
Downtown Kochi transforms every Sunday into a 1.3 km-long market. Full of interesting produce all grown locally, come see what this 300-year old market has to offer!
Kochi Castle is in downtown Kochi on Otakasa Hill, and offers a great place for a lookout over the city. You can also enjoy a picnic at the park or looking at cherry blossoms in the spring.
Immerse in the beautiful scenery and the luscious greenery of Kochi Prefecture as you learn kamisuki from the master of washi, Rogier Uitenboogaart.
Macabre and festival lovers alike will love this unique festival displaying paintings of kabuki scenes by Ekin, a well known Kochi artist who lived in the 1800's.
On top of Mount Godai (Godaisan) in Kochi City, overlooking Kochi Port, is the internationally recognized Makino Botanical Gardens.