Stayed at the Clement Hotel in Takamatsu Port for two nights. The first day was to visit downtown Takamatsu, Kuribayashi Park and Tamamo Park; the second day was to Naoshima, the same day round trip; the third day I left Takamatsu and went to Shodo Island, stay for one night on Shodo Island. So living in Takamatsu Port is the most convenient, because there will be a boat here for several days. Whether it is a ferry to Naoshima or Shodoshima Island, the size of the ferry is amazing. I have never seen a short-distance ferry in such a good condition. The seats are very comfortable and there are many places. The front cabin and the rear cabin are left and right cabins.
Takamatsu Pier is the main gateway to and from the islands in the Seto Inland Sea. The pier is 8 or 9 minutes away from JR Takamatsu and Takamatsu Chikko Stations, and ships to Naoshima, Shodoshima, Megijima, Toshima and Oshima. They all take the Takamatsu Pier. There are two embarkation points at Takamatsu Pier. One is a large ferry terminal and the other is a high-speed ship terminal. The two piers are very close to each other.
Most tourists come to Takamatsu for island hopping. Shodoshima, Naoshima, Ogijima, etc. are all very popular islands. To go to these islands, you must take a boat at Takamatsu Port. Takamatsu Port is not far from Takamatsu's JR train station and Kotoden's Takamatsu Chikko Station. There are also two very good hotels nearby. If there is no accommodation on the island, the hotel is still the most convenient to live in Takamatsu Port, which is convenient for daily island hopping.
On the return trip, I found a view of the table and chairs by the window, eating snacks, drinking tea and looking at the sea, reluctantly leaving my favorite Shodoshima...
We did not get hot when we arrived at Takamatsu Port! Too lazy to take the bus with luggage, taxi cried out!
I feel that there are quite a few taxi rides during this trip to Japan...
Takamatsu Port is still beautiful facing the sea. I seriously suspect that this taxi driver came to the sea to pick up passengers haha!