Mieken shinju 三重県真珠

Mieken Shinju is a pearl specialty store where you can make your own pearl jewelry.

The bright and spacious interior of Mieken Shinju is welcoming and displays a wide selection of pearl products at reasonable prices. Located in Ise-Shima, the heart of the Japanese pearl industry, the staff is passionate about pearls.
Visitors can do much more than just shop for pearl products at Mieken Shinju. The staff is dedicated to sharing their knowledge and providing opportunities to enjoy a hands-on experience of making pearl accessories.
The popular Akoya pearl extraction experience is available seven days a week and can be enjoyed by people of all ages, including children. Participants can learn how to take out the pearls themselves, clean them and make their own unique souvenir.
Admission to the store is free and there is a charge for the pearl extraction experience. Come and see why Mieken Shinju is considered to be a leader in the Ise-Shima pearl products industry. Their team is always ready to guide you through the world of beautiful lustrous pearls.
〒5190602 伊勢市二見町江681-16
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Access by public transportation
About 10 minutes on foot from Matsushita Station(JR Railways).
〈Access to “Matsushita” Station〉
[From Osaka] About 2 hours by JR and Kintetsu Railways.
[From Nagoya] About 90 minutes by JR and Kintetsu Railways.

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