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Kochi Prefecture located on the south coast of Shikoku (one of the four main islands of Japan). Kochi despite being a remote part of Japan is rich in cultural traditions and is famous for "Tosa Washi", a traditional handmade Japanese paper. Kochi Castle is also one of best kept of the twelve original castles left in Japan, and is a popular spot to visit for tourists. Kochi has an all over historical atmosphere with traditional markets that have existed for hundreds of years and old sake breweries that give you a taste of the old Japan. Kochi is rich in rivers and mountains and is famous for it's beaches also.

Kochi Prefecture located on the south coast of Shikoku (one of the four main islands of Japan). Kochi despite being a remote part of Japan is rich in cultural traditions and is famous for "Tosa Washi", a traditional handmade Japanese paper. Kochi Castle is also one of best kept of the twelve original castles left in Japan, and is a popular spot to visit for tourists. Kochi has an all over historical atmosphere with traditional markets that have existed for hundreds of years and old sake breweries that give you a taste of the old Japan. Kochi is rich in rivers and mountains and is famous for it's beaches also.

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