Kojima is the first production area for Japanese jeans. How about looking for some jeans perfect for you in the town filled with jeans shops?
This is Japan's first jeans museum. The history of jeans and their historical background are introduced using easy-to-understand panels and exhibits.
- Open year-round, excluding the year-end and New Year holidays
- Free of charge
This is one of the bridges connecting Honshu and Shikoku over the beautiful Seto Inland Sea dotted with islands. This majestic bridge complex consists of some of the world's longest bridges, including suspension bridges, cable-stayed bridges, and a truss bridge. The bridge is lit up after sunset and has a whole different look from the daytime.
This is the former residence of Buzaemon Nozaki who made a fortune in salt production about 200 years ago. There are the main house, earthen storehouse, and teahouse on the approximately 3,000-tsubo (approximately 9,917 m2) premises. The materials on salt production at that time and the furnishings are displayed in the renovated earthen storehouse.
- 9：00〜17：00 (*Last admission 16:30)
- Mondays (If a Monday falls on a public holiday, the next day), December 25 to January 1
- Adults 500 yen/ Students (elementary school and junior high school) 300 yen
This is a museum in the restored building of the shipping agent of the Meiji era. Visitors can see what the merchant house back then looked like. The materials on Shimotsui are exhibited, and local specialties are also sold. There is also a restaurant where guests can choose between Japanese food and Italian food.
- 9：00〜17：00 (Last admission 16:30)
- Tuesdays (If a Tuesday falls on a public holiday, the next day), December 29 to January 3
Visitors can see the majestic Seto Ohashi Bridge up close while enjoying the relaxing cruise, feeling the fresh sea breeze, and looking at the large and small islands dotting the Seto Inland Sea.
It is an amusement park where visitors can get on every ride as many times as they want by only paying the admission fee. Visitors can enjoy the thrill rides and a beautiful view of the Seto Inland Sea while on the Sky Cycle.