Naruto attractions

Top Choice Buddhist Temple in Naruto

Temple One: Ryōzen-ji

Ryōzen-ji is Temple One of the 88 Sacred Temples of Shikoku pilgrimage. It is Temple One as it was the first temple pilgrims came to after arriving on Shikoku by boat after visiting Kōya-san in Wakayama Prefecture t…
Top Choice Viewpoint in Naruto

Uzu-no-michi Viewing Walkway

For an intriguing bird's-eye view of the whirlpools, you can walk out along this breezy 450m-long walkway hanging underneath the Naruto Bridge, which puts you 42m directly above the action. There is an observation g…
Museum in Naruto

Otsuka Museum of Art

One from the 'only in Japan file', this incredible 'ceramic board masterpiece museum' features more than 1000 replicas of priceless Western art on ceramic boards in a five-storey museum built inside a mountain at Na…
Park in Naruto

Naruto-kōen

Naruto Park sits at the Shikoku end of the Naruto bridge and has observation platforms from where you can view the Naruto straits, the bridge and the whirlpools, although the whirlpool view is much better from a boa…
Bridge in Naruto

Ōnaruto-hashi

Linking Shikoku to Awaji-shima, impressive Ōnaruto-hashi was completed in 1985. Later, when the world's longest suspension bridge, the Akashi Kaikyō-ōhashi, linking northern Awaji-shima to Kōbe, was completed in 199…