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Yokkaichi

Yokkaichi

Chris Glenn

Although not the capital of Mie Prefecture, Yokkaichi City is the most populous city, boasting some 314,393 (2010 census figu...

Mie
Hinjitsukan

Hinjitsukan

Chris Glenn

Looking like a shrine, temple & small castle all rolled into one, the traditional Japanese Hinjitsukan structure was operated...

Mie
The Grand Ise Jingu

The Grand Ise Jingu

Chris Glenn

The Grand Shrine of Ise comprises two separate shrines, the Naiku and Geku. From ancient times, worshippers would visit the G...

Mie
Kameyama Castle

Kameyama Castle

Chris Glenn

Life is slow in Mie Prefecture’s Kameyama City. Even the name, Kameyama means “Tortoise Mountain”, but things weren’t always ...

Mie
Shima Spain Village

Shima Spain Village

For a taste of something a little different, why not visit Spain while you’re in Japan? You can do just that at Shima Span Vi...

Mie
Tsu Castle

Tsu Castle

Located in Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, Tsu Castle was built in 1558. Originally home to Hosono Fujiatsu, Oda Nobunaga took cont...

Mie
Toba

Toba

Tom Roseveare

Toba city is located in Mie prefecture along the eastern coast, just beyond Mie's Ise Grand Shrine inland. Discover dugongs a...

Mie
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