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140 results found
Culture etc    Toba-shi

Toba City Guide Volunteer Center

The center is staffed by volunteers.

The center is staffed by volunteers, who assist visitors discover the city’s charms. …

Historic Sites    Toba-shi

Yatsushiro Jinja

The top of 214 stone steps

Yatsushiro jinja is located on the island of Kamishima, a remote island in Ise Bay. T…

Historic Sites    Shima-shi

Katada Inari Jinja

Painted with colorful flowers and birds by a prominent local artist.

Since it was established in the mid-19th century, this shrine has attracted worshippe…

Historic Sites    Minamiise-cho

Tsuchi-no-miya

Many women visit the shrine to be blessed with easy deliveries and breast milk.

Long ago, the shintai, an object of worship housed in a Shinto shrine and believed to…

Historic Sites    Toba-shi

Irako Seihaku's House

Seihaku Irako was a physician and also active as a successful poet until around 1940.

The clinic and residence in which Seihaku Irako (1877-1946), who was a physician and …

Dining etc    Minamiise-cho

Co., Ltd. Masaya Dekotan Yokan

This is certified as a Minamiise brand product.

This is a jelly that uses mandarin oranges called "Dekotan," which is cultivated in G…

Culture    Ise-shi

The Museum of Shinto and Japanese Culture, Kogakkan University

Its public displays include a wealth of precious items such as the main pillars of the Ujibashi Bridge, special shinsen models, and local materials on subjects such as Ise kabuki and archaeology.

A museum facility affiliated with Kogakkan University and opened in 1992, it serves t…

Historic Sites etc    Watarai-cho

Rengeji

This temple became a major foothold of the Southern Court and Emperor Godaigo

When the imperial family divided into the Southern and Northern Courts in the 1300s, …

Culture    Ise-shi

Ozaki Gakudo Memorial House

father of parliamentary government

This house was built to commemorate the achievements of politician Yukio (Gakudo) Oza…

Historic Sites    Ise-shi

Mishiodono Jinja

Salt is simmered in salt water from the salt fields of Mishiohama

Mishio-no-mamori-no-kami, or the guardian deity of salt that is dedicated to Ise Jing…

Culture    Ise-shi

Furuichi

Located along the main road connecting Geku and Naiku.

Furuichi, located along the main road connecting Geku and Naiku, became Ise's busiest…

Nature    Shima-shi

Shima ohashi Bridge

Shima Pearl Bridge

The symbol of Shima City, this is an arch-shaped bridge also known as the Shima Pearl…

What to See & Do    Ise-shi

Ise tourist information ( Gekumae)

Get the information around Geku

When you needed any information on IseShima area, visit Ise tourist information (Geku…

What to See & Do    Ise-shi

Wkamatsuya Kamaboko factory (Kawasaki head quater)

A having the experience the making Kamaboko (boiled fish-paste) or your own chopsticks

You can try the traditional method of KAMABOKO. Wakamatsuya has been doing the busine…

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What to See & Do    Shima-shi

ISESHIMA Country Club

Playing Golf in the Narional Park!!

Shima City where in IseShima area is has many beautiful golf courses, so that mean yo…

What to See & Do    Shima-shi

KINTETSU KASHIKOJIMA Country Club

One of The Traditional Golf Course in ISESHIMA

Shima City where in IseShima area is has many beautiful golf courses, so that mean yo…

What to See & Do    Shima-shi

KINTETSU HAMAJIMA Country Club

One of the Traditional Golf Course in ISESHIMA

Shima City where in IseShima area is has many beautiful golf courses, so that mean yo…

What to See & Do    Ise-shi

Futamiura Beach

The First Beach in Japan!

Futamiura beach is the first beach in Japan. This beach has opened in every summer si…