Twenty-four Eyes Movie Studio is one of the best sightseeing spots in Shodoshima. The movie was filmed in the studio and the buildings in the studio still remain as a sightseeing spot. Twenty-four Eyes is a novel written by Sakae Tsuboi who were from Shodoshima and was filmed in 1954. The story is about the lives of a school teacher and her 12 students as they were growing up in Shodoshima during the rise of Japanese nationalism and the years leading up to World War Two. You can see the buildings used in the movie as shown in the pictures below. You also know how people in the countryside lived 90 years ago. The buildings were specially built for the movie. The entrance fee of the movie studio is 790 yen for adult and 380 yen for child. You can get further information from the link (https://www.24hitomi.or.jp/en/).
If you want to see an actual old school building called Misaki-no-bunkyojo which was used from 1902 and 1971, you can go there in another place near the studio. The pictures of the school building are below. The entrance fee of Misaki-no-bunkyojo is 240 yen for adult and 120 yen for child.