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He also subdued the independent provinces of the north and Shikoku.
The highest is Ishizuchi-zan (7727 ft.), but Mountains of Shikoku.
Thus in Kiushū and Shikoku are to be seen thick, verdant forests abounding in giant trees.
Amongst the latter, in Shikoku, there is an extremely interesting rock consisting largely of piedmontite.
In Shikoku the cow or ox is generally used in the paddies instead of the horse.The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
Japanese island, literally "four provinces," from shi "four" + koku "province."