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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
An integrated resort in Yunoyama Onsen operating with the concept of combined effect of healing and food.
8 minute walk from Kintetsu "Yunoyama-onsen" Station. A modern architechture abruptly appears in a quiet area surrounded by mountains. At Aquaignis, which was built in Yunoyama Onsen ...../spot/detail_16634.html
The descendants are living and preserving the samurai residence!? The residence of the samurai who guarded the castle.
Only 10 minutes by Kintetsu's Express train from "Iseshi" Station, which is nearby to Ise Jingu Shrine! Matsusaka, which is the home of Matsusaka beef, is a perfect location to visit befo...../spot/detail_3145.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
Ise Jingu Geku (Toyo'uke-daijingu)
"Oise-mairi" (pilgrimage to Ise Jingu Shrine) starts from "Geku". The god and guardian of three essentials of human life, namely cloth, food and shelter, are to be worshipped.
Whereas Naiku of Ise Jingu is dedicated to Amaterasu-Omikami, Geku is dedicated to Toyo'uke-no-Omikami, who is believed to be the guardian of three essentials of human life, cloth, food and shelter...../spot/detail_2933.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
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
Takada Honzan Senjyuji
Located in Tsu City, Mie Prefecture. In general, the name is called Takada Honzan. Within the vast site, there are two buildings designated as national treasures and 11 buildings designated as na...../spot/detail_3020.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
Today we will be venturing into t...
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