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Awa Ikeda Tobacco Museum
The Awa Ikeda Tobacco Museum in Tokushima, Shikoku tells the history of tobacco smoking and kiseru pipes in Japan since the Momoyama and Edo periods.
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Otsuka Museum of Art
With more than 1,000 life-size reproductions of masterpieces of Western art from antiquity to the 20th century, the Otsuka Art Museum is Japan's largest museum.
Former Nagaoka House
The Former Nagaoka House (旧長岡家住宅) near the historic town of Wakimachi in Tokushima is a preserved 18th farmhouse.
Awa Odori Kaikan Tokushima
The Awa Odori Kaikan in Tokushima, Shikoku is dedicated to the Awa Odori dance that takes place in the city every August.
Indigo dye, almost exclusively produced in Japan in the Tokushima region at the eastern end of the island of Shikoku, has become its symbol.
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