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Kagawa was formerly known as the province of Sanuki (讃岐).
- 1 Takamatsu - the prefectural capital
- 2 Higashikagawa
- Kanonji - large sand sculpture of a coin - Zenigata Sunae - and viewing platform from Kotohiki Park.
- 3 Kotohira - built around the shrine of Konpira
- 4 Marugame - largest producer of Japanese fans (uchiwa) in Japan and home of one of the few remaining wooden castles.
- 5 Sakaide
- 6 Sanuki
- 7 Zentsuji
- 1 Seto Inland Sea - Many of the islands belong to the city of Sakaide
- 2 Naoshima
- 3 Teshima
- 4 Shodoshima
- Ritsurin Garden (栗林公園). A large and beautiful park located in Takamatsu.
- Marugame Castle (丸亀城). One of the only 12 remaining original castles in Japan. Located in Marugame.
- Visit art islands, such as Naoshima, Teshima, Ogijima, and Megijima (Takamatsu).
- See the giant Zenigata coin made of sand in Kanonji
- Enjoy the views of Kankakei Gorge (Shodoshima)
- Explore the ground of Zentsuji Temple the birthplace of Kukai (Zentsuji)
- View and learn about the Seto Ohashi Bridge in Seto Ohashi Commemorative Park (Sakaide)
- Stroll the historic Hiketa Historic District (Higashikagawa)
- Learn the history of the island at Shikoku Mura (Takamatsu)
- Climb the stairs to pray at Konpirasan, the most revered shrine in Shikoku (Kotohira)
- Try and catch a glimpse of the Angel Road to Bentenjima Island during low tide (Shodoshima)
- See the works and former home of the internationally renowned artist Isamu Noguchi at the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum (Takamatsu)
Kagawa is famous as the home of udon, thick chewy wheat noodles. The local type is still known by the province's old name as Sanuki udon.