Mitsui Outlet Park JAZZ DREAM NAGASHIMA 三井アウトレットパーク ジャズドリーム長島

The biggest outlet mall in Japan in terms of the number of stores and the total floor area of stores.

An outlet mall adjacent to the Nagashima Spa Land.
There is a lineup of shops selling items such as imported top class brands, popular selected items, famous kids fashion, leather goods and accessories for both men and women, sporting and outdoor goods.
You will be able to shop any time at an outlet price of 30% to 70% off the list price.
There are also restaurants where you can enjoy the delicacies of Nagoya such as "Misokatsu" and "Hitsumabushi".
〒511-1135 桑名市長島町浦安368番地
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Business hours
[Factory Outlet]
10:00 - 20:00 (varies depending on the seaon)
11:00 - 21:00 (varies depending on the day and the tennant)
Access by public transportation
Approx. 50 minutes by highway bus (either Meitetsu Bus or Mie Kotsu Bus) departing from Nagoya (Meitetsu Bus Center).

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