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Jul 31, 2019

All year around EHIME

Discover the best places and food in season in Ehime!

SPRING (March to May)

Sekizen mountain –
There are 3,000 sakura trees on this mountain in Iwagi island and the view from the top is just breathtaking.

Greenlemon

Green lemon on Iwagi island is juicy and processed for a variety of souvenirs.
Sekizen mountain

SUMMER (June to August)

Sadamisaki Peninsula – Located on the westernmost part of the island of Shikoku, it is the narrowest peninsula in Japan.

Sadamisaki
Shirasu

Uwakai sea near Sadamisaki is known for shirasu.

AUTUMN (September to November)

Danbata (terrace field) – Facing the Uwa Sea are many terrace fields for mikan because the sunlight and sea breeze are great for it.

Uwaumi

About 40 varieties of citrus fruits are grown in Ehime, and the prefecture is one of the biggest producers of mikan.
Uwaumi

WINTER (December to February)

Hijikawa Arashi – Clouds of mist form over the Hijikawa river to the sea — a natural phenomenon in winter.

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Fugu (puffer fish) – Nagahama, at the end of Hijikawa river, is known for its fugu.