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Tokushima Hot springs Hotel Guide

Tokushima city is the capital of Tokushima Prefecture on the island of Shikoku in Japan. A transportation hub, Tokushima is often used as a stopover when visiting other cities around the island. The city is accessible via the Tokushima Airport (TKS), which offers connections between Japanese cities like Tokyo and Fukuoka. The city is also accessible by rail.

Attractions in Tokushima are varied; visitors can head to popular historical landmarks such as the Tokushima Castle, Idoji Temple, and Zuiganji Temple, or cultural sites such as the Awagin Hall and Moraes Museum. There’s sure to be something for everyone.

The city is most well-known in Japan for hosting the Awa Odori Festival each year in August. During this time, visitors from all over the country and abroad flock to Tokushima to join in the fun. Awa Odori is the largest dance festival in the country. The highlight of the festival is the unique choreography and musicians dancing down the streets wearing traditional dress. The festival is part of the larger Japanese custom known as “obon,” which honors the spirits of ancestors who have passed.

Tokushima is also home to many natural attractions, including Mount Bizan, where visitors can climb and enjoy the view looking out above the city. The mountain also has a ropeway. Also located within the city is Tokushima Central Park, which is an excellent place to enjoy the cherry blossoms in the spring.

Whether you come to Tokushima for business or vacation, there are hotels available to accommodate all types of visitors. Hotels in Tokushima range from business hotels to youth hostels.

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