List of feature articles of Mie in Japan

  • The 2 selections of the "Spectacular View of the Ume in Mie" which is beautiful and romantic

    The 2 selections of the "Spectacular View of the Ume in Mie" which is beautiful and romantic

    During the end of February to the end of March, we know that the Spring has come when the plum flowers bloom. Also in Mie Prefecture, the beautiful pink flowers of plum bloom and color the bottom of Suzuka Mountains. Inabe-city Agricultural Park...

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  • Sizzling hot, wire-net grilled seafood is so delicious!  Let's go to try the Amagoya (woman divers hut) experience!

    Sizzling hot, wire-net grilled seafood is so delicious! Let's go to try the Amagoya (woman divers hut) experience!

    Do you know what "Ama" is? Ama is a woman who dives into the sea and catches shellfish or seaweeds. Women divers are registered as Japan's Intangible Cultural Heritage and there are only a few places in Japan where there are women d...

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  • World's most spectacular view! "Nabana-no-Sato" for (its) flowers and illumination

    World's most spectacular view! "Nabana-no-Sato" for (its) flowers and illumination

    World's largest travel site "TripAdvisor" released "Most popular tourist attrations for non-Japanese travellers in 2017" based on online reviews. "Nabana-no-sato" was ranked within 30th. Open spacious fields with ...

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  • Red coloring of leaves in autumn, cherry blossoms, plums……Photogenic picture taking spots are all here!

    Red coloring of leaves in autumn, cherry blossoms, plums……Photogenic picture taking spots are all here!

    Let us introduce you nice picture taking spots of Mie. The important criteria when posting pictures on Instagram is definitely "how it looks". Whether it is a scenery or a food, it's everyone's wish to upload a prettier, more attra...

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  • If you want to eat all-you-want oysters,  then you must visit Uramura in Toba City!  Let's go to enjoy the winter delicacy "Oyster"  with your stomach full !

    If you want to eat all-you-want oysters, then you must visit Uramura in Toba City! Let's go to enjoy the winter delicacy "Oyster" with your stomach full !

    Have you ever wished to eat a stomachful of fresh oysters? In the Uramura area of Toba City, there are plenty of restaurants all over the area offering oysters for all-you-can-eat! Uramura area, which is often called "Oyster Road", is ...

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  • Licking your lips over the branded "Matsusaka Beef" at the home of Matsusaka beef

    Licking your lips over the branded "Matsusaka Beef" at the home of Matsusaka beef

    When you travel to Mie Prefecture, you cannot miss Matsusaka beef. Matsusa beef is known as a brand beef as good as Kobe beef among Japanese. Selected cattles of excellent breed are raised slowly taking a long time and consequently marbling is...

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  • After visiting Ise Jingu, enjoy Okage-yokocho walk

    After visiting Ise Jingu, enjoy Okage-yokocho walk

    After visiting Ise Jingu, enjoy taking a walk at "Mukashi-machi" (old townscape). Along the stone paving on the bank of Isuzu-gawa river starting from the Ujibashi bridge at the entrance to the Naiku (Toyo-uke Daijingu) of Ise Jingu, y...

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  • The 6 most attractive points of Mie are these!

    The 6 most attractive points of Mie are these!

    Local Gourmet, such as Matsusaka beef (Matsusaka Ushi), Ise-ebi (lobster), buffet-style restaurants of oyster all-you-can-eat, souvenirs such as Mikimoto Pearl known as the most high quality in the world, the superb view of the oceanfront resort a...

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  • Share your memories of that summer! 「#visitmie」~My Summer Memories~ Photo Contest On now

    Post your summer photos, videos, and experiences that impressed you on your trip to Mie Prefecture!
    Share your "summer memories" with people from all over the world and win great prizes!

    https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/visitmie/
  • Iga Kumihimo: the Long Tradition of the Braided Cord

    Iga City in Mie Prefecture has so much to offer tourists. It’s known for everything from Haiku (Japanese poetry) to ninjas and beef. There’s a gorgeous castle with a large park around it and it’s just a nice, quiet to...

    https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_94.html
  • Hinjitsukan and Meoto Iwa: A Froggy Stroll Along the Coast of the Ise Bay

    Ise City, along the coast of the Ise Bay, is home to a plethora of stunning sights and experiences, all steeped in ancient Japanese mythology and Shinto mysticism. I took a train down to quaint Futaminoura Station one...

    https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_95.html
  • Face-to-Face with the Real Diving Heroines of Ise Shima at Ama Hut Satoumian

    As you’re probably well aware, Japan loves seafood. And not just the fish and octopus that we’re used to, but a whole plethora of marine life is down in the depths, digestible, delicious, and demanding to be harvested...

    https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_96.html
  • Into the Mountain! A Quest for Hot Springs via Kumano’s Torokko Train!

    The quiet mountain town of Kumano City is most famous for the Kumano Kodo, an ancient pilgrimage trail that leads to various shrines in Mie and Wakayama prefectures. Completing the pilgrimage is nothing short of a spi...

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