Living in Tokushima
Located on Shikoku Island and with a population of 824,108, Tokushima Prefecture is heavily dependent on agriculture. Tokushima Prefecture produces a large share of the vegetables and fruit sold in western Japan, but they rarely seen in Tokyo and the surrounding areas. One of the largest suspension bridges in the world connects Naruto City in Tokushima Prefecture to Kobe, with the Onaruto whirlpools churning below. Kaifu Point, located on the southern coast of Tokushima is a popular surfing spot in the region. Kaizoku, seafood and shellfish grilled whole, is a favorite cuisine with the people of Tokushima, and there is an abundance of ramen shops in Tokushima City.
29˚ Humid and Mostly Cloudy
Feels Like: 34˚ Low: 24˚ High: 31˚
Humid and partly cloudy throughout the day.
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