We went to Takamatsu for two days to visit Ritsurin Park, one of the most beautiful in Japan, and, the wonderful Chichu Art Museum on Naoshima Island, a 50 minute ferry ride from Takamastu.
The Tokyu Inn is a good value. We picked the hotel based on location and price for a two-day stay. We were not looking for luxury. The rooms are on the small side. The buffet breakfast is more than adequate. Like a lot of Japanese hotels it has a pre-fab bathroom.
It is right by the covered shopping streets and a not very long walk to the Ferry area by the Train station.
To visit Naoshima be sure to get an early ferry to so you can spend time at both of the island’s museums as well as the lively young art community. The ferries are not frequent.
If you have time waiting for the ferry back be sure to go to the one room 007 Museum two blocks from the ferry. It is strange and fun.
Many restaurants and bars in the town seem to be closed on Mondays. If you are there on a non-Monday, go to The Craic. It is a very small second floor “Irish” bar near the Train station with excellent fish and chips. The fish was very fresh and only lightly battered. Very reasonable and friendly.
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