Kochi’s Sunday Market has been around for more than 300 years selling famous products with its shops extending for 1300m. Not just limited to fresh local vegetables, the market also sells household goods so that you can really feel the everyday lives of the people of Kochi. *Only on Sundays
Originally built 400 years ago and then rebuilt some 250 years ago, Kochi Castle is known within Japan for its valuable surviving wooden castle tower that soars into the sky. Tour through its charismatic gate and the central palace. The panoramic view of the city from the tower is exceptional.
Hirome Market has amassed special products from the local Kochi area where inside, fresh fish shops and restaurants are lined up. Starting with the famous Kochi dish of seared bonito slices, there are also ramen and Western dishes so that you can easily sample the top-class fare of Kochi.
Head for Katsurahama, an area of tranquility with its sandy bow-shaped beach and pine forest. Walk on the ocean coast that has been arranged into a park so that you can truly enjoy the placid nature of Kochi at your leisure. It is an area that is known to have a connection with Ryoma Sakamoto, a hero of the end of the 19th century with his statue being a famous and admired landmark.