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A small island with a span of about 20km and resting in between Okayama and Kagawa, it only has about 1000 population. Milking cows were introduced to the island early on, hence earning it the name "Island of Milk." Social welfare facilities were also built on the island due to the efforts of social activitist Toyohiko Kagawa, earning it another name, the "Island of Welfare." Today, because of the art museums around the island, namely: "Teshima Art Museum," "Les Archives du Coeur," and "Teshima Yokoo House," to name a few, it has also become known as the "Island of Art."
Teshima, Tonosho, Shozu District, Kagawa
An island rich in food and contemporary art, and surrounded by nature.
A 5-minute walk from JR Uno Station, then a 40-minute ferry ride from Uno Port, get off at Teshima-ieura Port
40 minutes by car from Mizushima Interchange to Uno Port via Seto-Chuo Expressway, then a 40-minute ferry ride from Uno Port, get off at Teshima-ieura Port
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