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Nagashima Spa Land (Amusement Park)
The biggest amusement park in Japan! A lineup of over 50 attractions.
There are about 50 attractions including the thrill ride such as the super coaster "Steel Dragon 2000" listed in the Guinness World Records, "Acrobat", the first flying coaster ...../spot/detail_3102.html
The cliffs that look like demons are most certainly a unique view!
Onigajo, a work of art created by nature through geological protrusion, erosion and weathering, is a cliff that continues for 1 km along the Kumanonada Sea. It is designated as Japan's Scenic Spo...../spot/detail_2235.html
Mt. Gozaisho/Gozaisho Ropeway
Each time you visit, there is sure to be a new touching feeling caused by the different views of each season.
The ropeway, which takes 12 minutes for a one way ride in the sky, has one of the biggest scales in the world. In spring, azaleas bloom all over, in summer, it is so cool that even the red dragonfl...../spot/detail_3236.html
Nabana no Sato (Flower Garden)
One of the largest in Japan! Both the illumination and the flower garden are overwhelming!
At "Nabana-no-Sato", you can see various flowers and trees through the four seasons. The seasonal events which can be enjoyed from spring to winter are popular. The spring time flower ...../spot/detail_3107.html
There are plenty of spots where you can enjoy magnificent views! A driveway connecting Ise and Toba.
The grand panorama of Isewan Bay is magnificent! The vast Ise Plain and the sea of pearl spangled with several large and small islands expand ahead, and beyond the mountains of Jingu Shrine, you w...../spot/detail_2308.html
Magose-toge (Kumanokodo Iseji)
The stone pavement and the beautiful forest. This is a popular ridge on Kumanokodo-Iseji route.
The stone paved path, which is said to be the best on the Kumanokodo-Iseji route, continues all the way into the cypress tree forest. There are many historical sites such as the "Yonaki-Jizo...../spot/detail_21629.html
Inabe City Nogyokoen (agricultural park)
The plum blossoms spread like carpet.
Flowers of four seasons bloom throughout the year, but in particular, the extensive plum tree forests are magnificent! There are 4500 plum trees of 100 kinds blooming, that when you look down fro...../spot/detail_8358.html
Meotoiwa (rocks of the married couple)
Raise the luck for a successful love at the famous matchmaking power spot!
The couple rocks have been regarded as a torii (an entrance gate of shrine) for worshiping the Japanese Goddess of the Sun from ancient times. A great thick, sacred, straw rope connects the hasba...../spot/detail_2231.html
The statue of Matsuo Basho
A statue of Basho proudly shows that Iga City is the birthplace of the haiku master.
Matsuo Basho is a celebrated poet and artist from Iga City. Throughout Japan he is well-known and respected for his writing skills and development of the haiku style. He also represents the spirit ...../spot/detail_4443.html
Oyster Road of Toba - Uramura
If you want to have an "Oysters all-you-can-eat", then go to Uramura!
Mie's recommendation in winter is definitely oysters! If you wish to eat a stomachful of oysters, then you should go to Toba!! Take the prefectural road connecting Toba and Shima, ""Pearl...../spot/detail_23413.html
The number of breeding species is the largest in Japan! An aquarium that keeps approximately 1,200 species of animals.
The number of breeding species is the largest in Japan!! The Toba Aquarium keeps approximately 30,000 creatures of 1,200 species from the sea and river. In particular, this is the only place in Jap...../spot/detail_3116.html
Yokoyama Tenboudai (Yokoyama Lookout Point)
A place where you can get a superb view of the glittering Ago Bay.
You can get the entire view of the Ago Bay with the beauty of the rias coast from the elevation of 203 m! The view overlooking the Ago Bay, which consists of a complexly indented coastline and nu...../spot/detail_2307.html
The Akame 48 Falls
A mystical spot where you can experience the beautiful scenes of four seasons together with forest bathing.
The "Akame 48 Falls" are an art of nature created by the series of numerous falls that continue all the way to the upstream of the river. Falls of various sizes are scattered including ...../spot/detail_1687.html
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, ...../spot/detail_23746.html
Geku-sando (lane leading to Geku)
A section of the town with a mature atmosphere where you can browse fashionable shops.
The passage of a 5 minute walk connecting Iseshi Station and Geku is quiet and has a reserved atmosphere unike the lively Monzenmachi of Naiku. There are many shops that have newly opened, and ther...../spot/detail_23414.html
Ama (woman diver) hut "Hachiman-kamado"
The active women divers "Ama" will hand-grill seafood in a real Ama hut.
You will be able to eat the fresh seafood of Ise-Shima just caught by the women divers in a real woman diver's hut located close by the fishing area, listening to the cheerful talks of the women di...../spot/detail_18442.html
Mitsui Outlet Park JAZZ DREAM NAGASHIMA
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 acces...../spot/detail_6637.html
Ninja Museum of Iga-ryu (Ninja House)
You can get a thrilling experience as if you had sneaked into a ninja house.
The exterior is a very common farmer's house with a straw-thatched roof, but there are plenty of traps for defense. A "Ku-no-ichi" (female ninja) will guide you through the house as she...../spot/detail_3157.html
Ninja Samurai Kingdom Ise
In a luxuriously reproduced castle town of the Azuchi era, experience gourmet, hot spring, samurai and ninja.
A theme park where you can experience history and culture of the Azuchi-Momoyama era. A town carrying an atmosphere of the era spreads surrounding the Azuchijo Castle, and there is a lineup of a ...../spot/detail_3104.html
Sightseeing Limited Express "Shimakaze"
Travel to Ise-Shima on a luxurious train.
A luxurious express train that connects Osaka-Namba, Kyoto, Kintetsu-Nagoya Stations and Kashikojima Station, which was the region where Ise-Shima G7 Summit was held in 2016. Don't you wish to trav...../spot/detail_23415.html
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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