Where the Townscape of the Edo Period Reappears

Oharai-machi is the flourishing town in front of the naiku of Ise Jingu. There are many shops along the 800m of beautiful stone pavement in this unique town. The area is filled with restaurants, souvenir shops, and marchant stores that visitors can enjoy after visiting the shrine.
Located in the center of Oharai-machi, Okage-yokocho is a re-creation of the buildings on the road to the Ise Jingu that date back to the Edo Period and the Meiji Period. The area is lined with restaurant and souvenir shops that are distinct to Iseshima. The area also has Japanese drum performances, picture story(kamishibai) shows, and museum a about the Ise pilgrimage called Okageza.

Basic Information

Address 〒516-8558 三重県伊勢市宇治中之切町52
Business Hours From Jan to Apr:5am to 6pm
From May to Aug:5am to 7pm
Sep:5am to 6pm
From Oct to Dec:5am to 5pm
Days Closed for Business Throughout the year
Price Admission free※Okageza:300yen(Adult)、100yen(Schoolchild)
Directions Get off at "Jinkukaikanmae", which is a bus stop from JR or Kintetsu "Ise Shi" station by geku-naiku loop-line bus

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