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This category is for websites on Kagawa Prefecture, Japan.

Websites submitted here must be Kagawa related and in English. Bilingual sites are acceptable however sites only in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate World/Japanese subcategory.

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Introduction of art activities and facilities provided at Naoshima,Teshima and Inujima in the Seto Inland Sea.
Offers descriptions of sites, temples, photos, history, and festivals of the region.
A facility in Kagawa which promotes international relations between Kagawa and the people who live or visit the prefecture.
Social group which arranges prefectural events for foreign residents and visitors to Kagawa.
Located in Kagawa Prefecture. Includes an online gallery with about 100 of Inokuma's works.
A blog about Japan, more particularly the Kagawa Prefecture.
Blog about events and tourist attractions within Takamatsu and Kagawa, written by an English speaker who has been resident in the area for 20 years.
Festival held in the summer on many islands in the Seto Inland Sea and in Takamatsu City.
Produces information for foreigners living in Takamatsu including a regular newsletter. Organises a Japanese language salon.
Includes information on Ritsurin Gardens, Tamamo Castle, the harbour area, and the Kotohira shrine.
Bilingual (English and Japanese) kripalu yoga classes in Takamatsu.
English language diary of a Japanese born resident of Takamatsu.
A blog about Japan, more particularly the Kagawa Prefecture.
Festival held in the summer on many islands in the Seto Inland Sea and in Takamatsu City.
Introduction of art activities and facilities provided at Naoshima,Teshima and Inujima in the Seto Inland Sea.
Bilingual (English and Japanese) kripalu yoga classes in Takamatsu.
Produces information for foreigners living in Takamatsu including a regular newsletter. Organises a Japanese language salon.
Located in Kagawa Prefecture. Includes an online gallery with about 100 of Inokuma's works.
English language diary of a Japanese born resident of Takamatsu.
Blog about events and tourist attractions within Takamatsu and Kagawa, written by an English speaker who has been resident in the area for 20 years.
Offers descriptions of sites, temples, photos, history, and festivals of the region.
A facility in Kagawa which promotes international relations between Kagawa and the people who live or visit the prefecture.
Social group which arranges prefectural events for foreign residents and visitors to Kagawa.
Includes information on Ritsurin Gardens, Tamamo Castle, the harbour area, and the Kotohira shrine.

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