Ise Jingu Shrine (Naiku)
Ise Jingu, consisting of Naiku (inner shrine) and Geku (outer shrine), is one of Shinto's holiest and most important sites in Japan.
Nabana no Sato
Located on the island of Nagashima, the Nabana no Sato theme park features beautiful flower gardens. Winter illuminations, especially the "Tunnel of Light", are also very popular. Admission prices vary.
Akafuku mochi is a traditional Japanese sweet or wagashi that is synonymous with the Ise-Shima area in Mie Prefecture. The delicacy is made from mochi or ground rice combined with fine-textured red bean paste, and its shape features undulating curves which are
Akafuku (Main Store)
Made from Japanese rice and azuki beans cultivated in Hokkaido, the sweets sold here are a regional specialty. Akafuku mochi consists of pounded rice cakes topped with red bean paste and is only sold in Ise City, Mie Prefecture.
Akame 48 Falls
The Akame 48 Falls are a famous, scenic area flowing through Akame-cho in Mie prefecture.
Iga Ueno Castle
Iga Ueno Castle, also known as Ueno Castle and Hakuho Castle, is a hirayamajiro-style castle (hilltop castle) and was built in 1585.
Okage Yokocho is a small traditional village with replicas of old townhouses now used as shops offering local Ise specialities.
Built in 1962, race track and motorsports venue Suzuka Circuit hosts the annual F1 Grand Prix and other motorsport races.
Matsusaka Castle Remains
Matsusaka Castle is a hirayamajiro-style castle (hilltop castle) built by Lord Gamo Ujisato in 1588.
Ise Kadoya Microbrewery (Nikenchaya Naiku-mae)
Located at the gateway to the Ise Shrine, this brewery restaurant specialises in local produce such as oysters.
Butasute (Okage Yokocho)
Established in 1909, this restaurant specializes in Wagyu beef and is located in the Okage Yokocho street. The name "Butasute" consists of the Japanese characters for 'pig' and 'to throw out', and derives from a famous legend: "The store's beef was so good, cu
Mikimoto Pearl Island
Mikimoto Pearl Island, owned by world-renowned pearl jeweler Mikimoto, has many facilities where visitors can learn about pearl cultivation and its history. (Closed several days in December, please check website for details)
Meoto Iwa Rocks
Meoto Iwa Rocks, or the "Wedded Rocks", are two sacred rocks representing a husband and wife, connected by a thick rope.
This resort located in Mie Prefecture houses five main leisure facilities: The Nagashima Spaland, a hot spring complex, an outlet shopping mall and Nabana no Sato, a flower park. Spaland is an amusement park and the main attraction of the park, featuring sever
Ise Jingu (Geku)
Ise Jingu is located in Mie Prefecture and is a shrine spread out over a large area of land surrounded by trees in a tranquil forest. Its 2 main shrines, Naiku (inner shrine) and Geku (outer shrine), make up one of Shinto's holiest and most important sites in
Nagashima Resort is a leisure and entertainment facility located on the outskirts of Nagoya.
Shima Spain Village
A little taste of Spain in Japan, the Shima Spain Village theme park features attractions such as a spinning tomato ride, hot springs, accommodations and Spanish restaurants. Admission hours are irregular; check the website calendar for details and ticket pric
Located at the top of Mount Hakoda, this observation platform overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Visitors can enjoy a 360° panoramic seaside view of the Toba area, including the city of Toba and Ago Bay. Mount Fuji is visible on sunny days. The visitor center offers