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"Kuwana Ishidori Matsuri" Festival
Ongoing blast of huge noise!! The noisiest festival in Japan.
Known as the ""Noisiest festival in Japan"" or the ""Weirdest festival of the nation"". Over 30 gorgeously gorgeously decorated festival floats equipped wit...
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- Starts at 0:00 of Saturday, the day before the first Sunday of every August and ends at late night of Sunday.
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
A town that developed near the gate of Ise Jingu Shrine. A district that is particularly popular and crowded.
"Okage Yokocho" is in the middle of "Oharai-machi", a town that developed near the gate of Ise Jingu Shrine's Naiku. There are many little stalls like you see at fairs, and ev...../spot/detail_1821.html
Utsukushiya is a modern refurbished B&B guesthouse in a traditional building where visitors can rent Matsusaka indigo-dyed cotton kimonos.
Utsukushiya welcomes visitors to Matsusaka with warm hospitality and a passion for sharing the history and culture of the city. They serve famous Matsusaka Beef, offer comfortable accommodation and...../spot/detail_23748.html
Hajikami-toge (Kumanokodo Iseji)
The 147 meters high Hajikami-toge Pass is part of the historic Kumano kodo pilgrimage trails. The trail offers two scenic routes to the pass and visitors can appreciate a wonderful view of the Kumano Sea from when they reach the top.
The historic Kumano kodo pilgrimage trails offer a diverse range of trekking experiences for all levels of hikers. The Hajikami-toge Pass near Kihoku Town is about 3.5 km long and takes most people...../spot/detail_21633.html
At 200 meters high and 500 meters wide, Onigura’s precipitous rock face gleaming in the sun among the verdant trees is nothing short of breathtaking. It was once a place where worshippers gathered ...../spot/detail_2237.html
Ise Miyagawa no Sato Hinakaya
This was the perfect place for people to really understand the wonders of Japanese food and the atmosphere that food is designed to be enjoyed in, connected to nature.
This Japanese restaurant is located by the most beautiful water in one of the cleanest rivers in a natural rural setting, and it was awarded a Michelin star.The dishes offered here are made from ve...../spot/detail_23711.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
Matsusaka Castle Ruins
Explore the impressive Matsusaka Castle Ruins and see why it was named a Japanese National Historic Site.
The Matsusaka Castle Ruins are an incredible example of Japanese engineering and craftsmanship. The original castle was destroyed long ago, but the castle walls have stood the test of time. Walk ba...../spot/detail_2879.html
Kumi no Sato
Learn about the traditional craft of making colorful kumihimo braided accessories at Kumi no Sato in Iga.
Iga is a lovely city that is bursting with history and tradition. Most famous for being the birth place of ninja, there are many unique experiences that visitors can sign up for. For people who are...../spot/detail_3152.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
Ise Jingu Naiku (Kotaijingu)
Go on a pilgrimage to the most sacred place in Japan.
In the old days, Ise Jingu Shrine was at the top of all the shrines in Japan, and many Japanese "desired to visit there at least once in their lifetime". Amaterasu-Omikami, who is beli...../spot/detail_2937.html
As if the beef melts on your tongue. The restaurant is so famous that the name "Wadakin" is almost synonymous with Matsusaka beef.
Wadakin is a top-notch restaurant established in the early Meiji era serving Matsusaka beef dishes. It is so famous that its name is almost synonymous with Matsusaka beef. Wadakin owns a large ranc...../spot/detail_313.html
Kaochidani (Kaochi Valley)
The Kaochi Valley which follows the Shorenji River, a tributary of the Nabari River, is a valley called "Yabakei of Kansai," and has 8 kilometers of continuous rock formations with column...../spot/detail_1688.html
kiond（An interactive facility with trees and forests）
An enchanted encounter to immerse yourself in the world of trees
Various programs about nature and activities are provided such as woodworking workshops, activities in the forest, the indoor play area made of timber, and the library café where visitors can find...../spot/detail_24484.html
Sengukan Museun is a museum adjacent to Geku (Toyo'uke-daijingu) of Ise Jingu, where you can learn about "Shikinen Sengu." On the sacred ground of Ise Jingu, a wide variety of more than 1...../spot/detail_21814.html
A former primary school that was a central part of its community long ago is finding new life as a unique cafe and gathering place.
Cafe Torinkan ("hitsudan" café) is not just a business that sells coffee and sweets in an amazing old primary school that has been painstakingly renovated. There is a delicious brand of c...../spot/detail_23736.html
Iwato no Shio Kobo (Iwato Salt Factory)
In 2021 they relocated and opened a new workshop with a small shop next to it. At Iwato no Shio Kobo, salt is produced following 2,000-year-old traditional methods by boiling the brackish water. If...../spot/detail_24869.html
Mishiodono Jinja belongs to Ise Jingu, which comprises 125 closely related jinjas located in Ise City and its suburbs. This shrine has been perpetuating the ancient craft of salt-making for centuri...../spot/detail_24868.html
Kiho Town in the southernmost reaches of Mie Prefecture is blessed with magnificent mountains, lush forests, and amazing rivers and waterfalls, The perfect place for adventure. Opened in July 2022...../spot/detail_24865.html
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Travel back in time to old Japan! Strolling around Sekijuku
When you think of historical spots in Mie Prefecture, Ise Jingu Shrine is one place that comes to mind, but that’s not all. On this trip, we visited Sekijuku, a town that makes you feel as if you have traveled back in...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_246.html
Get to know the essence of bonito flakes, an indispensable ingredient in Japanese cuisine
Japanese food is attracting worldwide attention for its health benefits, and “dashi” is indispensable to its flavor. Dashi is usually made from dried kelp or dried bonito flakes. This time, we visited a long-establish...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_247.html
Inabe Plum Grove: Spectacular Spring Scenery Rooted in Community
For many people, spring in Japan means only one thing: cherry blossoms. In Mie, however, there’s more to the season than just sakura, and stunning views of plum blossoms bursting with color can be seen throughout the ...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_248.html
Suzuka Forest Garden, a magnificent world-class view in Mie
The magnificent views of the cherry blossom petals blowing in the spring breeze is what people will think of in Japan’s spring season. But in Mie Prefecture, there is a different herald of the arrival of spring. The b...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_249.html
Go on a Springtime Adventure in Kuwana
Japan is famous for its springtime cherry blossoms and Mie Prefecture is no exception. There are many cherry blossom viewing spots across the prefecture, but for those who want to go where those “in the know” enjoy th...https://www.kankomie.or.jp/en/report/detail_250.html