Welcome to Mie Prefecture! Mie belongs to both Kansai and Tokai regions. It takes approximately 3 hours to reach Tsu City (the prefectural capital of Mie) from Tokyo or 90 minutes from Osaka, and 50 minutes from Nagoya. Mie Prefecture is blessed with rich and varied natural landscapes, from beautiful mountains to stunning coastlines. Given Mien’s bountiful nature, diverse agricultural and fishery industries, Mie is flourished with popular products such as Iga rice, Ise tea, Matsuzaka beef, Ise lobster, abalones, oysters, Owase hinoki cypress, and the famous Mikimoto pearls. From historical spots to cutting-edge technology, Mie is a place where you can get to know the wide range of attractions that Japan has to offer.

Destinations

Mie Prefecture is home to popular tourist destinations such as Nagashima Spa Land, Suzuka International Racing Course, and Japan’s most sacred Shinto Shrines–the Ise Shrines.

Iga

The home of the Iga-ryu ninja

Ise

Culinary delicacies and Japan's most sacred Shinto shrine

Kumano

Mie's quite coastal gateway to Japan's spiritual heartland

Toba & Shima

Home to Shima Spain Village, a Spanish-themed amusement park

Nagashima

Stunning complex of hot spring, water park, outlet mall, and flower park

Suzuka

Industrial tourism and F-1 racing circuit

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.

Ise Ebi

The Shima peninsula is a habitat for many ise-ebi lobsters due to its warm and shallow sea waters. The characteristic of this high-quality lobster is the sweetness of the meat that grows as you chew. Ise ebi is one of Japan’s most prized food. It can be eaten grilled, boiled or raw, and is at its sweetest and firmest between April and October.

Matsusaka beef

“Matsuzaka beef” is one of the most sought-after varieties of beef in Japan. This breed of cattle is prized for its high fat-to-meat ratio which resulted in a sweet and rich flavor that produces a fragrant that stimulates one’s appetite when heating it. The dish to enjoy its taste the best is sukiyaki.

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Experience

Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!

Kayaking

Kayaking

The coastal Ise-Shima region is famous for its unique shape and complex coastline called Rias. You can go kayaking through the beautiful seam catch the scenery of greenery and setting sun. Night kayaking is also popular at Mikisato beach where you can witness the sea fireflies and a unique phenomenon known as bioluminescence. Don't miss out!

Visit Mikimoto Pearl Island

This 7000 square-foot island was the world's first facility to successfully cultivate pearls. You can tour the island, pick out souvenirs & pieces of jewelry for reasonable prices. Learn about Amasan divers that plunge into the cold depths on the seafloor without oxygen tanks. Check out Amasan Hut Experience to have a meal with them and try some of the freshest food they collect (Image via Kanko Mie).

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Recommended Hotels

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Candeo Hotels Kameyama

Comfort Hotel Ise

Quintessa Hotel Iseshima

Miyako Hotel Yokkaichi

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More Ideas

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