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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 ...detail_24.html
Illumination at Nabana no Sato 2018-2019! We are going to introduce the details such as highlights, prices, the access information, etc.
This year’s theme is "JAPAN ~ The Scenery of Japan ~" The illumination site at "Nabana no Sato" located in Kuwana city of Mie Prefecture boasting Japan’s largest scale and highest quality of illumination displays, is a popular...detail_36.html
Learn the art of traditional kumihimo weaving at Kumi no Sato.
Kumihimo are traditional crafts that are made by braiding dyed silk thread into beautiful accessories. The colorful braids were historically used to fasten the obi (sash wrapped around the waist) of a kimono and as accessories on samurai armor. T...detail_151.html
A change of pace in the daily life of a matcha farmer. You can enjoy a leisurely countryside experience at Kabusecha Cafe.
Suizawa-cho is located at the backroom of Yokkaichi city, called an industrial city, at the foot of Mt.Suzuka, and has Miyazuma Gorge, a scenic spot, writen by Sarumaru no Taifu, on the series Hyakunin Isshu. Kabusecha, produced in Mie prefecture...detail_185.html
The ama-san (female divers) house “Hachimankamado” is a popular spot among foreign tourists in where you can be amazed by the precise experience of meeting traditional Japanese female divers.
An ama-san (female divers) house in where real, true ama-sans grill fresh seafood right in front of you. It’s a popular spot for foreign tourists, and a place at where you can be amazed by the precise experience of meeting real ama-sans while enjo...detail_32.html
Visit Ise Jingu and learn about a 1,300-year-old ritual at one of Japan’s most sacred spots.
Ise Jingu is a sacred space in Japan with 125 shrines and boasts an area roughly half the same size as Paris. For most Japanese people, a visit to Ise Jingu is something they must do at least once in their lifetime. Approximately 2,000 years ago, ...detail_160.html
Akame 48 Waterfalls：A group of beautiful waterfalls preserved by the locals
The Akame ravine in Mie Prefecture is well known for two reasons, having a large number of spectacular waterfalls and being the ancient ninja training ground in feudal Japan. Every season offers a different experience for visitors to the Akame 48 ...detail_147.html
Iga Ueno Castle: You Can Enjoy Castle and Ninja Experience in Japan
Iga Ueno Castle in Mie Prefecture, also known as White Phoenix Castle, stands atop massive fortifications overlooking the city. At the Danjiri Museum just outside Ueno Park, you can get a ninja outfit for your journey. In the castle, you’ll find a...detail_59.html
Igaryu Ninja Museum: Authentic Ninja Experience in Japan
Iga is a quiet town which embraces the ninja culture and history. Here you can learn about the true role of the most mysterious aspect of the land of the rising sun. The first part of the Ninja Museum experience is to take a tour through a traditi...detail_58.html
Tokaido: Old Golden Route in Japan. Touring Sekijuku and Akari Candle Shop
It lies along the Tokaido, an ancient road that travelers of the past used to move between Kyoto and Edo (present day Tokyo). Towns like Sekijuku were vital places for trade and for weary travelers to get a bit of respite. I took my time strolli...detail_45.html
Visit sacred Ise Jingu Shrine and explore traditional streets and shops in Okage Yokocho.
When Japanese people travel to Mie Prefecture,they usually visit Ise Jingu, the most sacred shinto shrine in Japan. Worshippers in Edo Period(1600-1868) felt it was necessary to make the journey and pray at the sacred shrine at least once in their...detail_148.html
Let's play with your family! An acquisitive journey of visiting theme parks.
An acquisitive course for family to go on a theme-park-hopping and play fully. It is a course with variety of entertainment such as amusement parks, outlet malls, flower gardens, illuminations, picking strawberries, and circuits.detail_28.html
Explore Matsusaka’s Edo Period merchant houses and castle ruins in a kimono
Matsusaka is a city in Mie Prefecture where visitors can eat the famous local beef, see ancient castle ruins, learn about the area’s history at inviting museums and explore Edo Period（1603-1868） merchant shops while wearing traditional clothing....detail_165.html
Discover the secrets of the ninja at Iga Ueno Castle near where they originated from in feudal Japan
The ninja hold a special place in Japanese history and are known around the world as symbols of stealth and unconventional warfare. These mysterious spies of feudal Japan practiced the art of ninjutsu, which was developed in Iga (now Mie Prefectur...detail_155.html
KII-NAGASHIMA FISHING TOWN PILGRIMAGE WALK/RELAXING WALK THROUGH FISHING VILLAGE - Soak Up the Atmosphere and Step Back in Time with Local Guides
The Kii-Nagashima district of Kihoku Town is a small Showa-era fishing village that is full of historical points of interest. Visitors can try many kinds of seafood caught by local fisherman, learn about the legend of Kappa and see a 1,000-year-ol...detail_130.html
Fully enjoying Ama divers’ hometown “Pearl Farm Visit & Making traditional Japanese Sandals” - Learn About Akoya Oyster Farming and Make Beautiful Pearl Keepsakes
Ise-shima is home to the Japanese cultured pearl industry that was started by Kokichi Mikimoto at the end of the 19th century. The spectacular coastal waters of Mie near Ise-Shima are dotted with islands that provide a perfect environment for the ...detail_128.html
Yokkaichi Nighttime Factory Views: the Glittery Gorgeous Side of Heavy Industry
The phenomenon of factories gaining popularity as nighttime sightseeing spots has brought tourists and photographers to many industrial areas in Japan. And it’s agreed that Yokkaichi City’s views are top tier. Walking through the area makes you fe...detail_100.html
Eating Great Food on Okage Yokocho, and Enjoying Authentic Shopping Street in Japan.
Along Okage Yokocho, you’ll find a plethora of unique Japanese dishes not found anywhere else. Not to mention, a very fun and lively atmosphere that’s sure to be unforgettable. You can create your own memorable experiences along Okage Yokocho.detail_47.html
Experience the original ninja arts at the Ninja Museum of Igaryu! Go and meet up the energetic Ninjas!
If you are thinking of meeting true, real ninja, you should never miss Ninja Museum of Igaryu! There you can visit real ninja houses with detailed explanation from our ninja staff, see the well-preserved and well-arranged historical ninja exhibits...detail_29.html
Visiting Mie with your family: Experience the beauty and charm of life by the sea
As an island nation, Japan has many beautiful coastal areas where visitors can learn about the diverse creatures in the ocean, eat delicious seafood and enjoy hands-on tourism activities. Mie Prefecture offers tourists an incredible range of exper...detail_166.html
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Gourmet Mie Day 4 – Kuwana clams and world-class roller coasters（Article created by Cheeserland）
Today we are onto the last day of my #visitmie trip. I spend 4 good full days in one single prefecture and yet there are still lots of places I have not covered. #Ineedmorelifetimes.https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_112.html
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Tsuitachi-mochi in Mie: Lucky charms made just once a yearhttps://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_186.html
A Beginner’s Guide to Mie’s Many Soul Foods
Every region in Japan has at least one well-known foodstuff or local “gourmet” dish, and Mie is no exception. Many of these aren’t the traditional Japanese meals you might expect to find, but are more like regional “s...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_187.html
Mie's Ever-evolving Tradition: Suzuka-zumi Ink
You’ve probably seen traditional Japanese sumi ink in some form, whether in traditional black ink-brush paintings or a piece of calligraphy. For almost 1,300 years, just three simple ingredients — soot, nikawa glue an...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_188.html
A treasure not to be missed in Mie! Ise-ebi (lobster), the taste of fall and winter
It has several names in English, including the “Japanese Spiny Lobster” and in zoology “Panilirus japonicus.” Lacking pincers, some say it is a prawn, yet growing up to 30 cm long, it is often referred to as lobster. ...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_189.html