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140 results found
Nature    Shima-shi

Daiosaki Lighthouse

It is a place where one can perceive the roundness of the earth first-hand.

This lighthouse stands at Daiosaki, a dangerous area of ocean dividing the Kumano Sea…

Culture etc    Shima-shi

Watakanojima

There are also many natural hot springs

An island located far within Matoya Bay. Since it is located inside the bay, it has a…

Nature etc    Toba-shi

Toba Lookout Point and Pearl Road

You can see the Mt.Fuji on a sunny day

The Pearl Road links Toba and Ugata, spanning 23.8km. Toba Lookout Point is located o…

Activities    Shima-shi

Shima Spain Village

Everyday the festive mood

This theme park was inspired by the passionate land of Spain. Dedicated to the City, …

Shopping    Ise-shi

Approach to Geku

The 400 meter-long approach from Iseshi Station to Geku

The 400 meter-long approach from Iseshi Station to Geku, which is dedicated to the de…

Nature    Toba-shi

Kamishima

The island is famous for the unique Geta Matsuri held on the first of January

Kamishima, is located at the mouth of Ise Bay, 14 km northeast of Toba Port. It is ho…

Historic Sites    Taiki-cho

Takihara-no-miya

It boasts an atmosphere probably deemed as the prototype of Naiku and its sanctuary.

This betsugu, located in Taiki Town, Watarai-gun, is a betsugu of Naiku. Together wit…

Historic Sites etc    Ise-shi

Sarutahiko Jinja

Today the shrine attracts visitors praying for safe journeys and business success.

This shrine enshrines the deity Sarutahiko-okami, who according to mythology served a…

Historic Sites    Shima-shi

Ugata Jinja

This shrine attracts worshippers looking for luck in competitions and matches

This shrine attracts worshippers looking for luck in competitions and matches, becaus…

Historic Sites    Shima-shi

Izawa-no-miya

The betsugu has been worshiped as the guardian of agriculture and fishery from ancient times.

This betsugu, located in Kaminogo, Isobe Town, Shima City, is a betsugu of Naiku, ded…

Historic Sites    Toba-shi

Isawa Jinja (Kaburako-san)

The shrine is called Kaburako-san and is a popular destination for women.

This shrine, which is said to offer divine favors for marriage, is located on the cap…

Nature    Toba-shi

Shiroyama

A panoramic view of Toba Bay can be enjoyed

Shiroyama is a 40 m mountain. It was the remain of Toba Castle, which no longer exist…

Culture    Toba-shi

Sea-Folk Museum

Understand the relationship between man and the sea.

It is the only Toba Sea-folk Museum in Japan that preserves and displays over 57,000 …

Activities    Shima-shi

Pearl Miki

Visitors can try their hand at harvesting pearls from Akoya pearl oysters on pearl farming rafts.

At Pearl Miki, visitors can try their hand at harvesting pearls from Akoya pearl oyst…

Culture    Ise-shi

Jingu Choko-kan Museum

The Onshouzoku Shinpo items

The Jingu Choko-kan Museum, established in 1909, is a general museum for the history …

Dining etc    Ise-shi

Akafuku Mochi

A rice cake confection topped with sweet red bean paste.

A rice cake confection topped with sweet red bean paste. This unique shape symbolizes…

Activities etc    Shima-shi

Ama Hut SATOUMIAN (Ama Hut Experience)

Enjoying Seafood B.B.Q which is cooked by Ama women diver in Shima city

Ama huts in ISESHIMA are getting popular for foreigners little by little. At STOUMI…

Nature    Shima-shi

Anorisaki Lighthouse

Looking from above one can see Omaezaki (Shizuoka Prefecture), and even Mount Fuji if the weather is clear.

Located at Anori Misaki, which separates the calm waves of Matoya Bay from the Pacifi…

Historic Sites etc    Ise-shi

Townscape of Kawasaki

The former kitchen of Ise

During the Edo Period, this town developed into a market for wholesale goods. Referre…