Kagawa Prefecture is in the northeastern area of Shikoku region, facing the Seto Inland Sea. It has the smallest surface area out of all of Japan’s prefectures. It is a warm area that has many sunny days throughout the year, and relatively little rainfall. When talking about its famous product, it has got to be Sanuki Udon (wheat flour noodles with soup)! Known as the Udon Prefecture, it is populated with many udon stores, and it is considered a sightseeing norm to visit these stores when in the area. Kagawa is also the final spot in the Shikoku Pilgrimage, where people travel around the region to visit 88 sacred spots. It has tons of charming sightseeing spots, such as Ritsurin Garden (Japan’s largest Japanese garden), the famous Kotohira-gu that has a long flight of stairs as its approach, the nature-blessed Shodoshima, and Naoshima that is well-known as an art island. Do visit the area at least once!