- HENRO guide
Henro guide by Mr. Alain Thierion (France) in French and English. It includes basic and practical information such as how to reach Shikoku after landing at Kansai Airport, reading Japanese maps, behaviors at temples and accommodations, taking bath, etc.
- Shikoku Pilgrimage
David L. Turkington walked Shikoku Henro from March to May in 1999. He uploaded his diary every two or three days during the travel. Other resources for English speakers are also included on the site as well as study on cultural and historical aspect of Henro. Tutorial for English speakers is also included. He walked Tokushima Prefecture in April, 2005 as the first part of his second henro pilgrimage, and Kochi Prefecture in March-April, 2006.
- The East Asia News Online Edition
Born in The United States, Tom has lived in Japan for 30 years. After getting 60 years old, he began the Shikoku Henro pilgrimage by bike in May, 2003. He now reached the temple 65, Sankakuji.
- My Diary of Pilgrimage in Shikoku Island (Small Occurences at My Home)
The author retired on September 30, 2002. After warming up himself in the moutains carrying a backpack of 10 kilograms, he began his pilgrimage, and completed it for 40 days. The diary is written in Japanese and English in parallel.
- Echoes of Incense
Don Weiss walked Shikoku Henro in the winter and spring of 1993. He wrote "Echoes of Incense" to record what he experienced. The book has been sold in America and Japan but it will soon be out of print. You can now read it on the WWW. Other resources for English speakers are also included.
- A BRIEF SHIKOKU PILGRIMAGE "ENGLISH" GUIDE
This is a brief guide for English-speakers who plan to undertake the 88 temple pilgrimage of Shikoku. Written in English by Jeffrey Hackler.