Cultural properties are precious national assets created in the course of history, protected by our ancestors, and passed down to the present day.
This website posts Kagawa’s cultural properties in hopes that more people will learn the magic of Kagawa’s cultural properties.
Here, we introduce buildings deemed tangible cultural properties for their historical, artistic, and academic value.
Here, we introduce paintings, sculptures, crafts, writings, and historical documents with high historical, artistic, and academic value.
Here, we introduce tangible and intangible folk cultural properties created in the daily lives of our ancestors and passed down to this day, including customs related to livelihood, occupation, faith, and special events, as well as folk theater, folk art and folk costume, tools, homes, and more.
Here, we introduce ruins and historical areas that show the history and origins of Japan (historical sites), scenic spots and gardens that show the beauty of our land (scenic spots), and the animals, plants, minerals, and geology that represent our natural world (natural monuments).
Here, we introduce the Shikoku Pilgrimage, a pilgrimage that visits 88 sacred places connected to Kobo Daishi and spans 1,400 km across Tokushima, Kochi, Ehime, and Kagawa, the four prefectures that make up Shikoku.