Shiki Memorial Museum
A small park containing the site of Yuzuki-jō, the former residence of the Kōno clan that ruled Iyo province in feudal times. Articles...
Botchan Karakuri Clock
Dōgo Onsen Honkan
The main building at Dōgo Onsen, Dōgo Onsen Honkan, was constructed in 1894, and designated as an important cultural site in 1994. The...
Right by Dōgo Onsen Honkan, this place brews its own beer, and is a good spot for a drink and a bite to eat after a relaxing soak. The...
Excellent noodles and nabe (Japanese hotpot) for your post-onsen replenishment, in a small, traditional establishment.
Lonely Planet review
This memorial museum celebrates the life and work of Matsuyama-born poet Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902), as well as the history of Matsuyama. Shiki initiated the reform of haiku and tanka (two forms of traditional poetry), and influenced a generation of poets after him. The museum has some English-language signage but also offers English-speaking guides with advance reservations.