Kotohiki Park
Kotohiki Park
Kotohiki Park
Kotohiki Park Kotohiki Park Kotohiki Park


A beautiful park within the Seto Inland Sea National Park, there are hundreds and thousands of pine trees here that surround the "Zenigata suna-e" or "Coin-shaped sand drawing," which it is famous for. The park encompasses Jinne-in and Kanonji, which are 2 of the Shikoku 88 temples, and also the "Coin Museum of the World" where historical coins as well as coins from past Olympic games are on display. If you climb to the observatory near the peak of Mt. Kotohiki, you will be able to see the beautiful coastline of Seto Inland Sea, Ibuki Island, and other huge sand paintings.

  • Address

    Ariake-cho, Kanonji, Kagawa

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  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


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  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    It is a beautiful park famous for the "Zenigata Suna-e" or "coin-shaped sand drawing."

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    5 minutes by bus from JR Kanonji Station, get off at Kotohiki Park and walk 5 minutes

    12 minutes by car from Onohara Interchange via Takamatsu Expressway

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