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Helpful information about Takamatsu-city

Transit and transportation
Located in the northeast of Shikoku, Takamatsu City is the capital city of Kagawa Prefecture. Kagawa Prefecture is a car-dependent society, with one of the highest percentages of paved roads in Japan. Their well-kept roads in most places make driving in unfamiliar places less daunting for those who tend to get nervous when navigating new places.
About the airport
Takamatsu City is home to Takamatsu Airport, which serves both domestic and international flights. Domestic flights fly to Tokyo and Naha, and the international flights fly to Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, and Hong Kong. The journey from Takamatsu Airport to Takamatsu Station can be made via the airport limousine bus, which takes about 45 minutes, or by car, which typically takes 30 minutes.
Sightseeing and activities
Takamatsu City is known for its popular tourist attractions such as the historic Takamatsu Castle Ruins (Tamamo Park) , just a five-minute drive from Takamatsu Station. The city also boasts the expansive Ritsurin Garden, a 10-minute drive away, which features a stunning 185-acre strolling garden. The lava plateau of Yashima, known for being the battleground of the Genpei War (1180–1185), is a popular destination for tourists. It is a roughly 20-minute drive from Takamatsu Station. If Yashima is on your itinerary, consider renting a car. The drive up the mountain on the Yashima Skyway offers a spectacular scenic view of the Seto Inland Sea and the historic battlefield of the Genpei War. Parking is available at each destination.
Local events
The Setouchi Triennale is one of the reasons the area has become very popular among international tourists in recent years. An international festival featuring contemporary art, the Triennale is held on the islands of the Seto Inland Sea every three years. Make Takamatsu City your base for sightseeing adventures, as ferries regularly depart from Takamatsu Port to destinations like Naoshima, Teshima, Shodoshima, and other islands in the Seto Inland Sea.