Japan’s smallest prefecture has plenty to offer with an ancient spiritual pilgrimage route and islands dedicated to contemporary art
A delicate noodle made from a dough of wheat flour, salt water and locally-produced sesame oil that is lovingly pulled apart by hand and dried in the sun. On Shodo Island at Furusatomura, you can catch and eat these noodles as they flow down angled bamboo chutes, making this a true fast-food experience.
Shodo Island in Kagawa Prefecture has been growing olives for over a century, and produces more of them than anywhere else in Japan. An array of olive snacks and oils are available on the island. The olive oils have won awards in international competitions.