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Shikoku Map - Key

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June 2011 Sorry, this map is no longer available.

Key map Scale: 1:450,000
Shikoku is the smallest of the four large islands of Japan; the name ("four countries") refers to the fact that it formerly comprised four of the old kuni, corresponding to the modern prefectures of Kagawa, Kochi, Ehime, and Tokushima.

Kanji key
kanjiShikoku
kanjiKobe
kanjiOkayama
kanjiHiroshima
kanjiTokushima
kanjiKochi

Useful generic kanji
kanjiken ("prefecture")kanjiyama or -san (mountain or Mt.-)
kanjishi ("city")kanjikawa or gawa (river)
kanjimachi or cho ("town")kanjishima or tou (island)
kanjimura or son ("village")kanjimizu-umi or -ko (lake)

General map symbols
symbolExpressway; access points with names
("IC" for 'interchange' in Japanese)
symbolOther toll roads
symbolNational roads; route numbers
symbolOther roads
symbolShinkansen ("bullet train")
symbolOther railways
symbolFerry routes
symbolPrefectural (ken) boundaries
symbolMinor boundaries (cities, etc.)

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Prefectural capital

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City offices

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Minor offices (towns, etc.)

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Buddhist temple

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Shinto shrine

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Castle ruins

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Famous sites

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Lighthouse

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Onsen (hot springs)

symbol or symbol

Waterfall

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Airport

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Port

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Skiing

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Maple viewing

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